Multicultural Kid Native American Heritage Month Blog Series & Giveaway

Multicultural Kid Blogs are once again celebrating Native American Heritage during the month of November. This year I'm joining in and will share a post about how I teach my son about Native American Heritage. But first I wanted to share about this great Multicultural Kid Blogs giveaway.

Native American Heritage Month | Multicultural Kid Blogs

Welcome to our second annual celebration of Native American Heritage Month! All month long we'll feature posts about sharing these rich cultures with kids. We'll also have a big giveaway

You can find even more ideas on our Native/Indigenous Cultures Pinterest board:

Find our full schedule of posts below, and don't forget to link up your own as well!

November 6
Hispanic Mama
November 9
Crafty Moms Share
November 16
The Mommy Factor
November 23
Castle View Academy
November 25
Crafty Moms Share
November 30
Back of the TapTap

Enter Our Giveaway!

Native American Heritage Month Giveaway: Grand Prize | Multicultural Kid Blogs

Grand Prize Package

From Five Star Publications: Nanisé, a Navajo Herbal (US Shipping Only)
From Jeff Altabef: Wind Catcher & Brink of Dawn
From Wisdom Tales Press: The Hunter's Promise and Thunder Egg (US Shipping Only)

Native American Heritage Month Giveaway: First Prize | Multicultural Kid Blogs

First Prize Package

$50 Gift Certificate to Zazzle
From Wisdom Tales Press: Red Cloud's War (US Shipping Only)

Native American Heritage Month Giveaway: Second Prize | Multicultural Kid Blogs

Second Prize Package

From Daria - World Music for Children: Handmade owl pottery from the Jemez Pueblo (US Shipping Only)
From Birchbark Books: The Birchbark House (US Shipping Only)
From Candlewick Press: X-Indian Chronicles and I Am Apache (US Shipping Only)
From Wisdom Tales Press: Pine and Winter Sparrow and Whispers of the Wolf (US Shipping Only)

Bonus Prize Collage

Bonus Prize Package

From Candlewick Press: The Aztec News and Starfields (US Shipping Only)

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Link up your own posts on sharing Native American heritage with kids!

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