Learning about other cultures is so important. Teaching children to respect and understand that people are different and yet, we’re all people with families we care for, favorite foods, games, and toys, we’re so much that is the same as well. In our homeschool curriculum I like to do unit studies on different areas by picking a place on a map, studying geography, then get mulitcultural books about the people that live there. I especially like to find books about children and families from around the world. Children Just Like Me is one of my favorites for teaching kids about other cultures! Then we do a craft and best of all, cook a recipe. Eating foods from from around the world is always a favorite!
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