Books about family traditions for kids
The Book of New Family Traditions: How to Create Great Rituals for Holidays and Every Day by Meg CoxQuality family togetherness—everyone wants it, but it seems increasingly harder to achieve. In a world run by cell phones, computers, and virtual networking, the comfort of human connection grows more important— and rarer— all the time. In a guide newly updated for the next generation, family expert Meg Cox offers a solution. Family rituals provide a sense of home and identity that kids and parents both need. From holidays and birthdays to bed times, meal times, pets, and even chores, The Book of New Family Traditions spotlights hundred of ways to bring the fun and ritual back to family life.
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The Book of New Family Traditions: How to Create Great Rituals for Holidays and Every Day
The holiday season is truly magical when we set aside time to focus on the joy and wonder of the world. Families and friends gather, spread the cheer, and and indulge in traditions. That belief stems from the idea that all people are the same. This feeling of inclusivity is one that deserves to be celebrated even as we expand their knowledge and teach acceptance of other cultures. Teaching about traditions from around the world can even inspire new ways for us to celebrate! Below are a few different holiday traditions to share with your students, along with timeless books that will help them understand the beauty and history of each.
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This is a non-fiction book about-guess what? It was written to encourage people to celebrate not only holidays, but any day or event of their choosing. It helps us recognize the need for and the great pleasure in traditions. Included in the book are the histories of holidays, so you can at last learn why we have both eggs and rabbits at Easter time. There are myriad activities for adults and children, and there many recipes, including "Drop in Anytime Biscuits" for, well, anytime: and Old Witch's Nut Cake, made just for Halloween. Actually, this was the first book I ever wrote and it was not my inspiration at all.