CULTURE SWAP


Please note that due to its popularity the cultural exchange now has its own site.  

On the new site you will be able to see how to enter, examples of packages swapped and lots of world culture learning resources.
Worldwide Culture Swap
From the site:
The Worldwide Culture Swap is a project aimed at teaching children about the wonderfully diverse cultures and traditions of the world. "Bringing you the world, one package at a time." Find us here: Worldwide Culture Swap blog
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I'll leave you with a reminder of some of the packages swapped since the start of the project:

Africa

Antarctica

Asia

Australia

Europe

North America

South America

    And here you can link up your culture related blog posts each month (when you link here it will automatically be added to the Culture Swap site).

    December 2012


    November 2012

    15 comments:

    1. I had been looking for something like tis for months. Thank you!

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    2. Hi Cris,
      Thank you so much for stopping by. Feel free to sign up for anything you like.
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    3. Is there still room for the current exchange that you are running? My friend just told me about your program. How exciting!

      Thanks!

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    4. What a wonderful idea! This is such a great way to teach your children about other cultures and parts of our own country. I forget which blog I read about this on, but I'm so glad I found it. I'm going to pass the link on to my mommy friends and the Early Childhood PTA I belong to also.

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      1. Thanks Megan!
        Yes, please do spread the word.
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    5. Thanks for stopping by!
      Just sign up and put in the comments that you would be willing to join the current exchange and I'll have you on standby if someone drops out. x

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    6. So excited to have found your site! Signed up our little family for the cultural exchange, can't wait to get going :). Thank-you!

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      1. Yay! Thanks for finding me too!

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    7. Yay! This is amazing! Thank you for this wonderful idea. I have signed up our family and we are very much looking forward to get started.

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    8. Thank you so much for this. I've been searching for something like this. I sgined up my family the other day but didn't receive any confimation. Just wanted to make sure I did it correctly.

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      1. Hi Mama!
        I can't see your email address via blogger in order to check you registered but I would say don't worry, it can sometimes be several weeks before I get in touch with your group number - you should know within a couple of days. However, if you haven't heard from me in a week do get back in touch.
        I hope you enjoy the exchange!
        Rachael

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    9. Hi Mama,

      I am from Hong Kong:)
      Love your blog!!!
      Can we do exchange?

      BR,
      Fei

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      1. Sure! sounds great (sorry it took ages to reply)
        Send me a mail at rach@worldwidecultureswap.com

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