There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
Visit site
  • Jessi K

    Interesting take on explaining racial diversity to children

  • Cynthia Tenney

    Crayonfreckles: Tough questions: Why do people have different color skin?.... The M & M Experiment explains racial differences to children: The M & Ms are different colors on the outside, so what do they look like on the inside? Are they different again or are they the same? (Parent then cuts the different-colored M & Ms in half so the child can see the insides. Then explain how people and M & Ms might look different on the inside, but on the inside they're the same.)

  • Stephanie Sapakie

    crayonfreckles: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day diversity activity. A post on necessary conversations we need to be having with our children to build appreciation with differences. explaining racial differences to children

  • Julie Moulton

    Crayon Freckles: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day diversity activity

Related Pins

Back to school bulletin board for the hallway? + TONS of other bulletin board ideas!

A great visual to show values and the variety of skin colors. No one is white or black. Love it.

A favorite activity around here - color mixing can be set up in less than one minute, costs 16 cents or less, and doesn't stain skin/clothes from Fun at Home with Kids

funny-teachers-crazy-things-answers. My personal favorite is the last question! A high school senior asked me that one time. Just once.

These question card FREEBIES are based upon Bloom's Taxonomy. Use them to promote higher-level thinking during lessons and after reading. Color-code for easier use: I was thinking colored Popsicle sticks in different containers. Kids have to pick one of each color and answer those questions.

Color Recognition - a simple way to learn primary & secondary colors | Mama Miss

Color Matching Activity - Pinned by PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

10 Picture Books About Colors - great picture books for toddlers and preschool aged kids.