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Mi Amiguita Rosita: A Song From Sesame Street   Sesame Street: Mi Amiguita Rosita. Sing this song with Rosita and celebrate her Mexican heritage.
Multicultural Book List   This Multicultural Book List was provided by the Learning Care Group, at the CCFP Roundtable Conference 2011.
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Family Customs   Talk about the children's different cultures, have them bring something in that expresses their families customs or traditions. Find out how to incorporate this into your child care or do at home with the kids one day.
Matching Game: What to Use for This Meal?   Get the kids thinking about how meals are made and what we use to eat them. Try this matching activity to explore "what would I use for this meal" with the children. Find out how to incorporate this into your child care or do at home with the kids one day.
Celebration Chain   Create a celebration chain and talk about how other parts of the world use brightly colored decorated paper! Find out how to incorporate this into your child care or do at home with the kids one day.
Sushi   Sushi is a very popular meal. It is small cakes of cooked rice wrapped in seaweed. This is a very easy way for children to make look-a-like sushi.
Find out how to incorporate this into your child care or do at home with the kids one day.
Passports   It is fun to keep track of the different places you have talked about. A fun way to do this is in a passport! Find out how to incorporate this into your child care or do at home with the kids one day.
Chop Sticks   Did you know that the first chopsticks were pairs of sticks? The Chinese use chopsticks for more than just eating. They can be used to pick up many items. Find out how to incorporate this into your child care or do at home with the kids one day.
Sharing Bag   A Sharing Bag is a bag filled with ideas the parent and child can use at home to help further their child's learning. It helps parents become involved with what their child is learning. It also is a great way to involve the parent and child together! Find out how to incorporate this into your child care or do at home with the kids one day.
Buffalo Hides   North American Indians built many different kinds of house. The teepees were the most portable structure and were often constructed out of tanned buffalo hides stitched together. Painted teepees were the homes of special individuals within each of the tribes. Find out how to incorporate this into your child care or do at home with the kids one day.

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