7 BOOKS TO TEACH LITTLE KIDS ABOUT DIVERSITY, TOLERANCE AND KINDNESS
If there’s one parenting lesson that the events of the past few weeks have taught us, it is the importance and urgency of teaching kids about tolerance, acceptance, kindness, and every human being equally and with love.
The following books have been recommended by parents worldwide and they are suitable for kids as young as three, which is unanimously agreed to be to be the perfect time to start this type of conversation.
I hope this list is helpful! If you have further books to recommend, please let me know by commenting below or joining our conversations on Facebook or Instagram!
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But judgment aside, it’s also a very interesting article that reflects the tension facing our generation of parents: When it comes to play, do we go forward or backward?Do we engineer for them a childhood reminiscent of our own – with lesser “stuff”and more child play experiences independent from "stuff"? (I say “engineer” because it has to be a conscious effort -- we'd have to consciously stop ourselves from inadvertently too many cheap, unneeded things for them) Or, do we look forward and apply the latest research and technologies to ensure they are ahead of the game?
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On my first trips with Bean, I had an one-page list of things to pack which I printed out from a mom's traveling blog, and filled my backpack with maybe fifty things that I thought to pack "just in case" - only to find that the backpack was so full I couldn't find where anything was! lolz. And I never used half of them anyway, so instead I carried a heavy load AND a baby around wishing that I hadn't brought so much.
Having learned from this experience, here are a list and some tips I've accumulated to make you calm and have a relatively painless ride: