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Next time you go shopping at the grocery store, bring the kids with you and ask them to read labels and make a list of all the countries food items come from. This activity can be both fun and educational if you bring to the store more than one child and turn this into a […]

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If your child, or a friend’s child birthday is coming up, take the opportunity to celebrate in Italian. Sing the birthday song in Italian: “Tanti Auguri a Te!” Tanti auguri a te! Tanti auguri a te! Tanti auguri a (name of the child), tanti auguri a te!   Then gioca (play), read a libro (book) […]

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L’Associazione Culturale “L’Altra Italia” nasce per volontà di un gruppo di persone giunte in Canada in un passato non molto lontano. Giovani, professionisti che, seppur si siano integrati nel tessuto sociale e lavorativo canadese, hanno il desiderio di mantenere un legame forte con l’Italia. Il progetto è quello di vivere il Canada avendo la possibilità […]

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The Italian Cultural Center of San Diego is a non-profit organization, founded in 1981 as a meeting point for people interested in Italian culture and language. Over the years the center has grown steadily, and currently consists of more than 600 members, a mixed group of Italian Americans, Italophiles and Italians of various origins and […]

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Do you speak Italian?  Would you like your children to play while speaking Italian?   JOIN THE MARIN-ITALIAN-SPEAKING-PLAYGROUP! The group meets at playgrounds in Marin and when you join, you will get to know other Italian families that love the Italian language and culture! Come join the group at an ITALIAN SPEAKING PLAYDATE & PIC-NIC and get ready to […]

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A playgroup in Long Island, NY, where kids can meet, play and learn/practice Italian. The perfect place for meeting other parents who are interested in teaching Italian to their children and who think they would benefit from having them in a language immersion situation. Join the group here: http://www.meetup.com/Long-Island-Italian-Playgroup/   Incontra genitori e bambini che […]

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I Tesorini Italian Playgroup is a group of families from in and around Canberra who meet fortnightly to promote the Italian language and culture with young children and families. The playgroup aim is to create a fun environment where children can speak and learn Italian and forge new friendships with families who share common interests. The playgroup […]

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Boston Bambino Club, USA

The Boston Bambino Club is a playgroup for both parents and Italian children (2 months to 8 years old) who wish to meet in the Boston area to engage in activities and cultural exchanges in the Italian language. The aim of the group in Boston is to get Italian children of similar age to meet […]

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Italians in Jacksonville is a way to connect all the Italians in Jacksonville, FL area, and to help each other in our quest for real Italian food, either in restaurants or grocery stores or anywhere else. Join the facebook group “Italians in Jacksonville” at:  http://www.facebook.com/pages/I-Read-Italian/176555484546#!/group.php?gid=305834668427&v=wall     Questo gruppo e’ un modo per connettere tutti gli […]

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“Mama, look at this fountain!” Victoria ran across the grass toward the large fountain. The water splashed and sprayed her face. The fountain was one of the many that adorned the park of the Caserta Palace, a former royal residence built for the Bourbon kings of Naples. The water felt cool on Victoria’s sweaty forehead. […]

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