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    10 Tips for Raising Globally Aware Children

    The internet and modern transportation make global awareness both attainable and necessary on a new level! I want my children to grow up with the depth of knowledge that comes only by studying the cultures of the world. Traveling across the world is ideal, but that isn’t currently possible for my …
    • Jessi Shirk

      This is a decent read on how to help kids think globally. I could use it in my everyday classroom, or distribute as information for parents.

    • UAE4Kidz

      How to raise globally aware kids

    • Amber McAdams

      So many ideas of ways to contribute to global learning. There are so many ideas that I would not have thought about. It also talks about the important of being globally aware which is something important to talk to students about.

    • Melissa Camara Wilkins

      Learn about other places + people around the world. Here are 10 ideas for how to get started!

    • Alana Lopez-Koen

      kid awareness

    • Yesster

      10 tips for raising globally aware children. idea para cuadernito: Where were your ancestors from? Who founded your town? Where did they come from?

    • True Aim Education

      Geography for Kids: 10 Tips for Raising Globally Aware Children

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