8 Activities to Explore the World

Looking for ways to teach your third grader about other cultures and exciting traditions? Try some of these activities to get the learning started!

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Make a Traditional Indian Wall Hanging

Your child will create their very own traditional Indian Toran wall hanging using construction paper, yarn and paint.
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Japanese New Year Game

Introduce your youngster to this Japanese version of Pin the Tail on the Donkey.
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Make Your Own Kente Cloth

Celebrate Black History Month by having your child make her own version of a kente cloth after learning what the different colors on a kente cloth symbolize.
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Make an Aztec Sundial

Follow these easy instructions to make a working sundial with your kid! Find out what other cool things the Aztecs created in this activity.
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Injera Recipe

Try this recipe with your child and explore Ethiopia through one of its dietary staples: injera, or flat bread!
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Chinese New Year Dragon Art

Teach your child about Chinese New Year by creating a dragon float inspired by the brilliant traditional ones seen in Chinese new year parades.
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Native American Pictographs

An ancient form of writing gets new life in an activity designed to help your child read understand what life was like for early Native Americans.
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