Mulitcultural Educational Links
We’ve been collecting useful, inspiring resources for you so that you can find fun and easy ways to share the world with your students. Do you know some more you’d like to share with us? We’d be delighted if you’d let us know here.
All Over the Map: Ten Ways to Teach About Geography from The New York Times
Apples4theteacher: A large collection of resources for teachers with 425,000 readers
Asia Society Kids: Stories, Arts, Languages, Games and other Explorations
15 Best Social Studies Websites for Teachers by Matthew Lynch
Best Sites for Learning About the World’s Different Cultures by Larry Ferlazzo
Celebrating Chinese New Year
Children’s Book Council Diversity Blog: A nonprofit children’s publishers trade association.
Common Sense Graphite: Social Studies Teaching Resources
Control Alt Achieve: Social Studies Teaching Resources
5 Good Google Tools for Social Studies Teachers by Richard Byrne
8 Great YouTube Channels to Enrich Global Ed
Everyone has a Culture – Everyone is Different: Lesson Plan from the Peace Corps
The Hungry Ghost Festival and other Chinese holidays: from Chinese Holidays 101
Immigration, Foreign Policy, Religion, World History: from C-SPAN
Journeys in Film: Educating for Global Understanding
Kids Travel Books: Children’s books searchable by country and by type
Multicultural Children’s Books Resources by Huffpost
25 Resources for Teaching Kids About Diversity: Suggestions for talking to kids about diversity with recommendations for books and other media.
Resources for Raising Global Citizens: from Multicultural Kids Blogs
7 Simple Social Studies Activities that Incorporate Reading and Writing: from We Are Teachers
Story Chatter: Short stories about Indian Festivals, Gods, Legends, Myths and Anecdotes
Super Summary Ultimate Teacher Resource Guide: Includes history, citizenship, foreign language and more
Teacher’s Guide to Currency Around the World by Stephanie Lo, One Main Financial
Teaching Tolerance: A nonprofit dedicated to reducing prejudice.
20 YouTube Channels for Social Studies by Eric Curts, Control Alt Achieve
World Stories: Traditional stories told in English and in original languages.
Thanks to our friend, Mia, and her teacher, Diane Miller, of Colorado Springs Tutors for adding to our resources list!
World Village Playsets immerse kids in world exploration! Dismiss