Learn about Ireland through these fun and inspiring children’s books. Learning about people and places around the world is important so our kids learn appreciation of others and know their way of life is only one way to live in our big wide world. Add these books about Ireland to your homeschool curriculum or supplement your history, geography, and social studies lessons. Create an Ireland unit study or just enjoy these reads on their own with your kids. Of course, I included some Irish folk tales and stories as well as a cultural cook book for kids that includes Irish recipes. My favorite way to learn about any country is through food!
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Make some extra time to read with your kids this week.
Our Favorite Books about Ireland
This multicultural kids cookbook includes Irish recipes.
Make room for some whimsical fun with stories and Irish legends.
And learn facts about Ireland and view gorgeous photos if you can not travel to Ireland yourself.
For more Irish folktales and books about St. Patrick: Learn About St. Patrick
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