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The Healthiest & Unhealthiest Christmas Dishes In The World

Posted on December 12th, 2014

The holidays are a season of indulgence for most people around the world, when people come together to celebrate with loved ones over special dishes. We’ve been known to overdo it on the Christmas cookies, but there’s more to holiday…

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Happiness Around the World

Posted on December 5th, 2014

Language, food and customs aren’t the only things that vary from country to country–it turns out that happiness does as well. A new infographic from Movehub shows the well-being of different countries around the world, based on how good of…

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A new study has found that iPads can help facilitate the language development of children with autism.

iPads Improve Language Skills in Kids with Autism

Posted on November 23rd, 2014

A new study has found that using iPads can help children with autism improve their language skills, CBS News reports. In the study, 61 kids, ages 5 to 8, were given speech therapy for 6 months. Half of the children…

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Erntedankfest, the German Thanksgiving, begins with a church sermon, followed by festivals, music and dancing.

Have a Multicultural Thanksgiving with Little Pim

Posted on November 17th, 2014

When most people in America think of Thanksgiving, they think of eating traditional foods like turkey, cranberry, and pumpkin pie with family and friends. Uniquely American traditions like football and Black Friday shopping may also come to mind. But Thanksgiving…

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Seoul, the capital of South Korea, has become a popular tourism spot.

6 Reasons Your Child Should Learn Korean

Posted on November 7th, 2014

This week we launched our 12th language for kids: Korean! And we couldn’t be more excited. With so many languages to choose from, you may be wondering why your child should learn Korean. Here are a few reasons why Korean…

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Second languages around the world

Infographic: Second languages around the world

Posted on October 31st, 2014

Here in the United States, it’s well-known that the most commonly spoken second language is Spanish. But what about in other countries? Depends on where you go. In Africa, for example, there are a mix of tribal languages spoken in…

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Chinese: The New Dominant Language of the Internet

Posted on October 24th, 2014

Did you know that Chinese is on track to become the most-used language on the internet? According to Internet World Stats, there were 649,375,491 Chinese-speaking internet users in December 2013, making it second to only English, the most frequently-used language…

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Despite being thought of as an American holiday, Halloween's ghoulish traditions are celebrated by kids and adults throughout the world.

International Halloween Traditions For Kids

Posted on October 15th, 2014

Most people associate Halloween with the United States, but did you know that it actually began as a Celtic holiday and is still celebrated throughout the world? According to the National Endowment for the Humanities, the day was originally called…

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