Travel Related Free Resources
How to Travel with Children During COVID
Need or Want to Travel? This document includes guidelines, tips, what to expect, and how to safely travel with children during the pandemic.
Quick Tips on Traveling..... With Toddlers
Are you traveling with a toddler? Learn how you can plan and prepare for a seamless travel experience with your children with pandemic considerations.
Global Citizens From Home Free Resources
2021 Global Holiday Calendar
Looking for a single calendar view of Global / Cultural Holidays? This document captures the dates and the significance of some of the world's most celebrated holidays.
Make Your Own Boarding Pass
Taking your child on a virtual travel journey? This worksheet is designed for kids to remember their journey- which destination they are traveling to and much more.
How to Say Hello In 20 Countries
Do you want to learn to say hello in other languages? This worksheet captures a view of "How to Say Hello" in over 20 countries around the word and various languages.
Design a Country Flag
Do you want to capture a symbol of your country? This flag worksheet enables kids to draw their respective country's flag and write about its meaning.
Animals Around the World
How can animals teach us about the world? This worksheet includes a Map of the 7 continents, cut-out of animals by country, and an answer key.
Name Tag For Desk
How can you start making new friends? It starts with a name. This worksheet is for kids to creatively capture their name, place it on their desks, and share with their friends.
Colors of My Beauty
How can children express themselves and share with others? This activity enables children to reflect who they are and share that with others. It's the uniqueness that makes us special and beautiful.
Name That Continent
Do you know your continents? This interactive cutting, pasting, and coloring worksheet is a great way for your little ones on their journey to learn about the world and build their curiosity for more.
How can we reward good behaviors? This daily Rewards Chart enables kids to define and write their responsibilities/what is expected of them and also discuss and then color their behaviors for each day.
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What Past Customers Have Shared...
"I watched the trailer and showed it to my kids. They wanted to see more of the young girls teaching them and so we bought the bundle. My children were impressed with Lakshmi's daughters- speaking multiple languages and how much knew about the world. Most importantly, my kids gained their interest to learn about continents from watching the video. We love animals so we started from there. We are now on our journey and look forward to the next series of videos and learnings packets."
- B.K. from Miami, FL
“I am the mother of college aged children, but as a kindergarten teacher, I am constantly seeking ways to bring global education to my classroom (now virtual teaching). I viewed some of the blog articles and appreciated the young kids learning about different kinds of people. After downloading the “Name the Continent and India worksheets”, I purchased the continent bundle. It was a good experience to watch the video, listen to what/why coaching, see the kids in action, and have the supplemental workbook as well.”
- Kindergarten Teacher from Toronto, Canada
“I recently bought the Global Sprinkle Bundle video and workbook. It was nice to hear about the founder’s journey and dedication to teaching her kids. The video inspired me to know that kids are never too young to start. I used some of the questions which were helpful to learn what my 4.5 year old knows about the world. We enjoyed the continents song and now, my child knows where the continents are on a map. We started with flags too! What a creative way to introduce countries to the kids!”
- Jessica from Washington, D.C.