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12 Must Read Christmas Books and Activities for Kids

We love the fluff that comes with Christmas like reindeer, elves, gingerbread men but one of my goals every year is to focus on the real reason for this season. Below I share 12 Must Read Christmas Books with Activities for Kids. One of the ways we focus on the real reason for this season is through […]

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Your Kids Will Love This Easy Christmas Ornament Craft

I have a simple craft to share that takes less than 5 minutes to put together. Your Kids will love this Easy Christmas Ornament Craft! One of my favorite Christmas traditions in our home is our Advent Book Countdown. I have lots of Favorite  Christmas books for children, last year it was Mortimer’s Christmas Manger and […]

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What I Want My Multicultural Kids to Know About Skin Color

We were gathered around the family table when my middle child nonchalantly said, “I’m more like daddy?” I wondered what he meant so I asked curiously, “In what way are you more like daddy?” He replied by showing me the color of his skin and putting it against mind then he said, “I’m white like […]

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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Across Latin America

Hispanic Heritage Month is a wonderful time that Latinos unite in spirit across the globe to honor our traditions, our heroes, our culture and our roots. This multicultural quilt of colors, languages, flavors and sounds are what making our Latino community so rich.  Let’s celebrate! So to celebrate, join us as we virtually travel through […]

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16 Best Latino Children’s Books on Hispanic Heroes

One of the most asked questions I get as a Latina blogger is what are my recommendations for Hispanic Heritage Children’s books. I finally decided to put together on some of the best Latino Children’s books on Hispanic Heroes. These books can be added to your home library or at school, it’s a great resource. […]

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Books To Help You Talk to Young Kids About Sex

The sex conversations are too important to pass off to someone else! I share HERE on how to have a conversations with your preschooler about their sexuality. Let’s take the opportunity to establish ourselves as the primary source of information about sex.  Let’s take the challenge and open up healthy and age appropriate conversations with […]

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Teacher Gift: You’re the Beary Best!

I don’t know about you but our school year is coming to an end! Hooray! Hurrah! Around this time of the year I’m usually ready to be done with school morning routines, home work assignments, special snacks, meetings… And well you get the gist we are all ready for the summer. Usually in the midst […]

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8 Creative Ways to Make a Piñata

Fashioned from a long tradition the Piñata has evolved since they were first used by the Aztec Indians in their celebrations to their gods.  The festive piñata continues to enchant parties throughout the world. This is one of the many songs that are traditionally sang when hitting the piñata: Dale, dale, dale, no perdas el […]

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Children’s Books About Mexican Culture

I love children’s books! I don’t know what I’m going to do when my boys out grow picture books for kids because those are my favorite.  My dream is to one day write some books for children! For many people the extent of their experience with Cinco de Mayo or the Mexican culture is tacos, […]

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Alphabet Match Game

This is another fun game that we use in kinder school so my little man practices his letter recognition. You can never review the alphabet and numbers enough in preschool and kinder. Here again he uses his water spray bottle to get the letters to stick to the chalkboard but you can lay it out […]

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Fun Game to Learn the Numbers: Numbers Car Wash

If you have taught little ones you know how important repetition is so we are constantly reviewing the basics in our Kinder school.  My son learned his numbers since he was 3 years old but it always amazes me how often he forgets them even now at 5 years. So we are constantly going over […]

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Fun Family Dinner Date Idea

We’re always looking for fun Family Dates to enjoy together so I came up with this list here to share our fun with your familia. We love our family date times and our kids look forward to them as much as they do to our one-on-one dates.  Though they don’t always turn out as plan, […]

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DIY Terrarium

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #SienteGlade #CollectiveBias Mi mami (mom) has a green thumb, I do not.  I’m pretty sure she can revive a dead plant that been dead for weeks. When we were out and about, she was always looking at the […]

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Christmas Party Favors: Rudolph Play Dough

I made this for my son’s 3rd grade class but I think this maybe to “babyish” so hopefully you can put it to good use. I think this turned out adorable and it will be super easy to put together! This is perfect for all my teacher friends or moms who have a holiday gathering […]

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My Christmas Book Printable

I was trying to find an emergent reader for my son who is in the beginning stages of reading but couldn’t quite find what I wanted.  This one seemed simple enough to create. Since I like to save on paper and ink, I made it into a mini booklet to fit it all on one […]

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Craft Stick Ornament: Christmas Carolers

You want to get some quality time with your kids this busy Christmas season, craft with them.  Seriously, your creations don’t have to turn out amazing. I’ve had quite a few of those experiences and it’s okay.  I have boys and when we are doing something together it’s when they open up and talk to […]

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Santa Christmas Ornament Craft for Kids

Follow along via your favorite social network so you don’t miss any of our fun family articles :Pinterest Facebook or Twitter and our readers preferred way via email. The animals find Santa asleep in the woods and wonder if Christmas is coming early or not at all. Santa assured his friends that he has just been taking a snooze after a long hike. […]

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Toilet Paper Tube Pilgrims Craft

We made these toilet paper tube pilgrims craft, last year in homeschool with all three of my boys.  Don’t you just love the Mayflower Ship and the Little People turned pilgrims! Toilet Paper Tube Pilgrims Craft supplies: googly eyes construction paper: black, white and yellow glue Cut out the clothes, hats from the contraction paper and […]

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