Learning About Race and Multiculturalism

By Nazia Shahid, Dayhome Educator

Today we did this activity and read them a book. What ever the skin colour is, the hand print would be the same.

In a range of subtle ways that help our youngest children develop a curiosity and a respect for the multi-cultural world we live in.

We have to do our bit to ensure this generation grows up understanding racial views as a part of their history, not a reality they have to grow up living with.


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