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Fifty simple recipes from around the world encouraging our children to discover foods from different places, inspire meaningful conversations, and deepen the connection to the language and culture you are exploring! 


Celebrate Italy with the classic Tiramisu known for its rich and creamy layers of coffee-soaked ladyfingers, discover Brazil's national dish, Feijoada, a hearty stew perfect for gathering with friends and family, or learn more about a REAL Spanish tortilla. 


The companion workbook includes a crossword puzzle for each language, historical and cultural insights for each recipe, coloring and drawing pages, plus flashcards to revisit the foods and dishes throughout the cookbook.


Bites of Culture is a digital download only.  Product will not be shipped.



Bites of Culture: Tasting the Languages of the World

$20.00 Regular Price
$10.00Sale Price




    "...this curriculum really shines in how playful it is and how sneakily it teaches grammar.....if your little loves imaginative play - this is a lovely curriculum."

    -Valerie B.

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    "I can't believe 

    how well and how much we’ve learned in just the first unit alone."

    We are loving French so so much! I can’t believe how well and how much we’ve learned in just the first unit alone.

    And it progresses at a good rate. I know I’m apprehensive about starting something and then it gets too hard and then we quit. But this has been so wonderful and just challenging enough for us!

    So thank you for this wonderful resource!

    -Kara S.

    History to landmarks, traditions to sports:

    it goes beyond just words.

    Culture is carefully woven throughout the curriculum to

    enhance the magic of the language!

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    Have a student who

    doesn't read yet?

    We thought of that, too.

    The curriculum was made with non-readers in mind. 

    No worksheets, no matching words, just PLAY.

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