Experts tell us it is never too early to teach our children to be more tolerant and accepting of others. Preschoolers are not colorblind and notice differences early yet they are not intrinsically prejudiced. Our challenge is to help our children stay that way by promoting respect for differences and an appreciation for diversity. Here are some ways to shape your child’s attitudes.
Kids don’t often mean to be cruel or hurtful, but sometimes they don’t understand the nuances of inclusivity. Teach your little one to be more kind, caring, and inclusive with these helpful tips!
With the current and much-needed focus on race, it can be hard to recognize your own position of privilege. Dr. Gramma Karen turns to Jezra Kaye for some enlightening insight and eye-opening resources on race and white privilege.
You asked and she’s here to answer! Dr. Gramma Karen is back with responses to readers’ questions regarding kids and how video games are actually beneficial for them!
Mommybites stands with the black community against the systemic racial injustice this country has ignored for the past 400+ years. Here are some ways to educate your children on these matters.
We stand in solidarity with the Black community, and education is a great way to ensure a better tomorrow. Here are some resources to start the conversation on diversity and inclusion with your child today.