I have started a new feature here on In The Playroom where each week I’ll be featuring a blogger and showcasing some of their great posts for you to check out. I have an amazing blog for you this first week – Kid World Citizen. Kid World Citizen is run by a mum of 4 Becky Morales who is raising a multicultural family and sharing ‘activities that make young minds go global

I love the message behind the Kid World Citizen blog. We are also a mixed family and learning about other cultures and other countries is something I always want to encourage my kids to do. Not only is it important for them to open their minds to understand and experience things from around the world, it’s also lots of fun!

I’ve selected 10 crafts from around the world to share with you today from Kid World Citizen.

10 Crafts from Around the World featured from Kid World Citizen

Click through each of the links below to go through to Kid World Citizen and check out the full post for each activity.


Henna Hands

Adrinka Fabric Painting of Ghana


Asian Elephant Craft

Mexican Folk Art Amate Paintings


Australian Indigenous Art – Aboriginal Dot Painting

African Sunset T-shirt and bracelets


Tropical Morpho Butterfly Craft (found in Central and South America)

Chinese Craft Ideas


Make and play the Ethiopian game Tegre

Wonders of the world collages

Bonus! I love this video that Kid World Citizen created on what it means to be a global citizen, and teaching kids that we are all connected so I’m sharing this with you too. I’m sure you’ll agree that if the next generation can grow up believing and following this message then the world would be a better place.

I hope you enjoyed these multicultural crafts and activities! Which one is your favourite? Let me know in the comments 

For more ideas follow Kid World Citizen on Pinterest

Visit Becky (kidworldcitizen.org)’s profile on Pinterest.

Or pop over and say hi on their Facebook page!

If you would like your blog to be considered as a featured blogger in a future week, fill in the contact form here