Traveling with young kids isn&rsquot always a possibility but exposing your children to the world through books is simple. These 27 books can turn your living room into Africa, Asia or New York City! Kids can learn about differences and similarities with children an ocean away while snuggled in their bed. These multicultural books let your kids see into other children&rsquos lives and imagine themselves in that shoes.&nbsp Take time to read and talk about these books, research the countries further, try some new foods, just keep the learning going. Check out some crafts from around the world here too! Do you have a favorite book about another country or culture? Add it in comments, so we can keep this list growing.
Madeline in London by Ludwig Bemelmans.&nbsp Madeline takes her fearlessness to London in this follow-up to the classic Madeline story. Like the original, the text is a rhyming masterpiece, and I love that this story includes real London sights in its illustrations, such as Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, the Tower Bridge and Trafalgar Square. Do be forewarned that there is a little reference to making glue out of dead horses after a horse in the story is believed to be dead. Not to worry though the horse is not dead after all and the glue reference should sail right over kids heads. After reading this to my Pre-K class, we got down a globe and found where Paris and London were. For weeks two little girls played airplane, and their destination was always London. A single book can really open doors! So let us take a look at best pooja room door designs pencil drawing with 31 pictures below.
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My Granny Went to Market by Stella Blackstone is a book I got to know very well when writing lessons for Itty Bitty Bookworm preschool curriculum using it. This a really fantastic book that is filled with language arts, geography and math lessons. Granny is a traveler, and everywhere she goes she picks up a number of souvenirs. Not only are a number of countries like Switzerland, Mexico and Peru visited, but the souvenirs she buys relate to the country&rsquos culture and offer even more learning opportunities for interested kids. The rhyming text will enchant even the youngest world traveler, this is a must for any jet-setting family!