We actually LOVE learning about other cultures through holidays. #BeyondHalloween #FallHolidays #AroundtheWorld #mkb
These photo coutouts were put out in front of the National Folk Museum of Korea on Chusok, the Harvest Moon Festival, Korea's biggest holiday. These cartoon type figures are popular in Korea, even as official mascots for the 1988 Summer Olympics.
Animal index cards, fun and whimsical.
Celebrating Chinese Mid Autumn Festival (Moon Cake Day)
coffee filter leaves
Happy Mid-Autumn Festival by Message Keeper (Evelyn Lau), via Flickr
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How to Make Chinese Paper Lanterns - I was surprised to see these are still being made; they were a regular craft when I was in elementary school in the 1960s. It's good to know there is something I can be proficient in when doing crafts with my grandchildren. :)
Autumn is officially here according to the calendar, and whether you're feeling a slight chill in the air where you live or not, it's now the time of the year to stuff in as much fall fun and Halloween hilarity as you can before the weather turns to winter (a perfectly respectable season in its own right). Want to have a blast and stay under budget? We've got your mega list of fun and free (or very affordable) ideas to keep you and your family having a good time all season long.
Fall Traditions and Celebrations Around the World shared for the Multicultural Kid Bloggers Carnival on InCulture Parent