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.
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 cultures, ages, and genders. There are even two different pets! These easy to grip pieces are great for promoting dramatic play and fine motor skills. Children can role-play people in their family, circle of friends, neighborhood, and more! Use these figures in brightly colored clothes in a lesson about diversity and inclusion. The Tallest figure is 5" tall. Blocks not included.
Newborn & up. Younger children practice caring and nurturing skills snuggling, cuddling and hugging these super-soft babies. Hook-and-loop closures make it easy for colorful pocket swaddle blankets to be matched and mixed. Set of 4 plush dolls in swaddles, each doll measures approximately 11 1/2"L.
12 months & up. Celebrate diversity in a unique way with this fun set of magnetic people blocks. Encourage children to explore a world of possibilities by building one-of-a-kind characters and modern families. With over 2,000 possible combinations, you can make a unique character by using one block for the head, body, and legs. Up to eight combinations can be made at one time with the magnetic blocks. Twenty-five big cards are included to play five games, starting conversations and creating… More »