14. Encourage Your Kids to Enroll in a Cultural Group at School
It’s no surprise that kids who participate in extracurricular groups tend to thrive in school and in life. Make after-school activities an opportunity to learn about your (and their) heritage as they connect with others who share a similar background.

15. Go to Cultural Festivals in Your Home Country
Sure, going to fairs and parades in your current city is a great and convenient way to stay connected to your heritage. But to truly get a taste of the culture that is a part of you and your family, make an annual commitment to visit a cultural festival in your home country.

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