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Author Maggie Carranza poses with her book "ABCs of El Salvador."

The Book 'ABCs of El Salvador' Expands Cultural Horizons, One Letter at a Time

Maggie Carranza’s family introduced El Salvador to friends of different cultures who were unfamiliar with the country. Years later, she turned that love of her heritage into the book “The ABCs of El Salvador” so everyone can learn favorite Salvadoran words like pupusa and atol. She shares how it all happened, why it's important to foster cultural curiosity in kids, plus some of her favorite books.
A small ramp on a carpet made out of a wood slat and propped up with two small water bottles

Activities at Home: Ramp and Roll in the Hallway

In this activity, you will build ramps to play with testing different heights, distances and speeds.
Several small green seedlings

Activities at Home: Growing an Herb Garden in Your Kitchen

This week’s activity takes us to the kitchen, where we are thinking about the basics of plant growth and science inquiry while upcycling an empty milk jug and nurturing herbs for future cooking projects.
Families take to the streets during a Black Lives Matter protest in downtown Los Angeles. | Dania Maxwell / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images

How to Talk to Your Kids About Anti-Racism: A List of Resources

Whether your child is 2 years old or a teenager, it is important to answer their questions and spark dialog about anti-racism, diversity, inclusivity and kindness.
Omo Moses signs autographs at the PBS SoCal Family Math Convening. | Mae Koo

Math is Everywhere: Organizer Omo Moses Activates Communities With Playful Learning

He’s an organizer breaking math out of the classroom and into the everyday lives of young children of color.
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