18 months & up. This set of five multicultural vests offers a collection of patterns and materials from around the world. Around the age of two, children begin to notice differences such as gender and hair color. This is an opportune time to share examples of diversity in an effort to teach children to respect, accept, and celebrate diversity. Acceptance of these differences helps children realize we are all humans despite what we wear, how we talk, and our physical traits.
2 years & up. Make friends with children from around the world, mixing and matching the chunky puzzle pieces to make many different combinations. Each friend is dressed in clothing that recognizes a different culture -- China, India, Native American, Africa, Mexico, and the USA. Each 3-piece child measures 6"H x 3"W. Set of 6 puzzles.
2 years & up. Puppets are a great way for children of all ages to learn about diversity through interaction and play. This set of eight puppets represents four ethnic groups of children with aspects of their culture represented in their clothing designs. Puppets measure 12" long and are 10" wide with the arms spread open. Made from polyester fibers. Surface clean.
18 months & up. Children can engage in a historic cultural journey while playing with the eight Around the World Dolls. These 5" figures represent four males and four females dressed in traditional clothing from seven various cultures.
18 months & up. This ten piece set of friends and family represents multiple ethnicities, ages, and genders. Children can role play people in their family, circle of friends, neighborhood, and more! Tallest figure is 5" tall. Blocks not included.
18 months & up. This set of five friends represents various abilities, ethnicities, and genders illustrating that everyone is unique and special in their own way. Figures measure 5" tall. Blocks not included.