Get Your Kids Excited and Engaged in the Olympic Games

Are you and your kids watching the Olympic Games? Get your kids excited and engaged about the Olympics and learn more about Japan, the countries their ancestors came from, the countries competing in the Olympics, as well as the USA. 

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eat2explore- Kids and families can explore Japan where this year’s Olympics will take place. In the explore Japan box, families and kids are introduced to basic information about the country and to the nine key essential seasonings of traditional Japanese cuisine. Included in the box are three popular recipes (Salmon Teriyaki, Chicken Katsu and Okonomiyaki), as well as the Explore Toolkit for lesson plans which help you Explore Japan in a week. Or learn more about the country your family is from or the USA. Each month kids receive an explorer box which includes: three recipe cards, a flag pin, a country sticker, essential spices, an activity sheet and a collectible. eat2explore provides tools for families to cook together, learn and dine on different cuisines and cultures. The boxes can be purchased one box at a time, or through a monthly subscription. The kits combine history, geography, social studies, math and more as children create delicious, healthy meals right at home. Available at and Amazon.

Little Global Citizens- Dive deeper into the country’s cultures, the importance of diversity and tolerance with Little Global Citizens monthly subscription boxes. With countries including China, Jamaica, England, India, Kenya, Egypt, Thailand, Peru and Nigeria. This subscription service (send one time, every two months or every other month for a year) sends an expertly designed box to kids (aged 4 to 10) to bring a new country and its culture to life. Each box is filled with items from that country including authentic guides, crafts, screen-free activities (games and puzzles), language skills, recipes, a storybook and more. Each box helps children feel connected with others around the world at this isolating time, as well as teaching them about diversity at an early age.

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