Beyond FUN: Multicultural Kids
“Young children are so receptive to learning about themselves and others,” Nancy Moody notes. “If we can expose them to diversity at a young age, we are certain to foster an appreciation of the differences in people, as well as the similarities.” Diversity-related topics such as self-esteem, adoption, differently-abled kids and, “most importantly, the unconditional love that a parent feels for their child, regardless of how a family is formed” are also featured in the Multicultral Kids selection of products.
My favorite: the eight-pack of large multicultural Crayola Crayons with a rainbow of skin tone colors. I’m also intrigued by the bilingual versions of popular fairy tales: Sleeping Beauty (La Bella Durmiente), Little Red Riding Hood (Caperucita Roja), Cinderella (Cenicienta), The Little Mermaid (La Sirenita), …. This site goes on and on!