Within our family alone we have a spectrum of skin colours and ethnicities. Cameron has started to ask about it and other differences. I thought I would share some of the lovely ways I’ve found to explore this topic!
Aside from the obvious reasons to teach diversity and celebrate differences. I love that these activities are inclusive and simple.
With free paint chip cards, you can match skin tones as well as create cute puppets to role play with. This would be lovely for many ages.
Speaking of playdough, I love these multicultural playdough mats for an extra creative extension via Picklebums.
Celebrating skin colours with paint is another lovely idea that is hands on and fun.
My favourite store for educational resources, Modern Teaching Aids, has the best multicultural creative resources for diversity exploration.
Note: This isn’t sponsored, I just love their range and had to share!
These would all be incredible for multicultural and diversity related provocations and activities. I love that many of them could be played with afterwards or decorate something for imaginative role play.
Have you explored different ethnicities or diversity recently?