Teach Your Children About Different Cultures Now! by Kids VS Life


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Today’s guest article comes to us from the folks at Kids VS Life, a company “dedicated to introducing mature concepts, places and things to young children using interesting stories and music videos.” Their site is brimming with fun, informational eBook picture books for kids, all free! They stopped by today to tell Frog on a Blog readers about two exciting new books designed to introduce kids to different cultures.

Teach Your Children About Different Cultures Now!

by Kids VS Life

Hey Parents!

The world is a BIG place.

So many different countries, so many different cultures…

Children should be taught about the world outside of their home country, but where do you even begin?

Right here! We want to present you with 2 books to broaden their horizons:

1. Kids Meet Japan


Click Here To Download Kids Meet Japan

Written from the perspective of a father who is working and living in Tokyo, Kids Meet Japan aims to introduce Japanese culture to children. This story is jam-packed with basic Japanese words and interesting facts that will give your child a newfound appreciation for this unique Asian country.

2. Kitty Catties Take France: An Illustrated Kids’ Guide


Click Here To Download Kitty Catties Take France: An Illustrated Kids’ Guide

This book covers the geography, language and culture of France. It even covers some basic French vocabulary. The idea is to familiarize children with everything that makes France a great place to be a kid! As they follow the adventures of Kitty Catties, your children will definitely become interested in this mini French culture class, which is designed to offer them plenty of fun en route.

We all have a responsibility for broadening our children’s horizons, and these two free iBooks will give them a taste of the world around them!

P.S. Do you want your child to learn about another country?
Tell us which one! We’re constantly creating new children’s material, which means we’re always open to new suggestions. Find us on Facebook or Twitter.



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