This category lists sites that introduce young people to the cultures found throughout the world. It includes sites about the beliefs, values, lifestyles, and skills of various people groups.
Online expeditions take students on virtual journeys around the world.
Around the world, children have one thing in common. They love to play games. Discover how kids from Venezuela, Mexico, Korea, China, Germany, and many other countries play different versions of the same traditional games.
Detailed, illustrated articles on more than one hundred world cultures.
Devoted to cultures, living and ancient, and the promotion of world communication. Includes photos, drawings, animations, sounds, links to encyclopedias.
Webcam search engine helps kids find live feed from people and places around the world. Visit Moscow through your computer screen, or journey into outer space at the touch of a button.
Links from the Internet Public Library introduce the customs, beliefs, arts and institutions from different groups of people.
Join Parsifal Penguin and Ophelia Owl as they sample the delicious cuisines, play the games, see the museums full of arts, crafts and history, hear the folktales and learn about the holidays and festivals of many of the world's cultures.
Learn to say "hello" in over 30 different languages, plus find links to resources about the languages, the cultures, and language learning on the Web. From the Internet Public Library (IPL) and the Librarians' Internet Index (LII).
Features multicultural recipes, crafts, and activities. Non-profit organization behind the site also promotes cultural appreciation through arts education, workshops, and theater.
Children's songs, nursery rhymes and poetry from all over the globe presented both in English and their native languages. Many include MP3, realaudio or midi sound clips and sheet music. [English, French, Spanish]
Presents interviews with over 300 people who live in mountain and highland regions round the world. Their testimonies offer a personal perspective on change and development.
Has pictures and stories of dolls, puppets, and small figures from many countries. Use photos, stories, activities, and games in school projects.
Is a Canadian sneeze different from a Japanese sneeze? Learn about everyday habits and customs from various cultures around the world.
Includes photos, maps, videos, flags and facts, all indexed by continent and country.
Videos and information about world music including artists, regions and genres. Watch Nat Geo Music online, a 24-hour music channel broadcasting music videos, concerts, interviews and documentaries from around the world.
Join more than 1,400 classes as they journey around the world via the Internet exploring lands, people, and cultures.
A journey to explore Near Eastern, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, and sub-Saharan African cultures. Make your own discoveries through cool puzzles, games, and worksheets.
Includes previews of history records, thoughts, and events.
Two-minute glimpses, complete with sound clips, into the cultures of the worlds. See and hear how people live, work, and play. From National Science Foundation.
Travel with Tiki the Penguin to meet kids from tribal groups.
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