It's never too early to start talking about race and differences in skin color. If we don't talk about racial differences, children will form their own bias and racism can take root. Read more about it in this article from Yale experts.
This quiet book page was designed to open up dialogue and start discussion. It teaches about melanin and why our skin colors are unique. It also prompts children to think of people they know or book characters who have different skin colors. Lift the hands to reveal the world!
This page kit comes with everything you need and FREE SHIPPING:
- Background page
- Pre-cut hands and earth
- Text on white background
- Continents ready to iron on
- Detailed instructions
If you'd prefer just the template, you can find that here.
100% of the profits for this page kit will be donated to these organizations:
The Conscious Kid - a non-profit organization that donates diverse and empowering books to classrooms around the country.
National Black Child Development Institute (NBCDI) - a non-profit agency dedicated to the success and well-being of Black children by providing programs, publications, advocacy and trainings related to early childhood care and education; health and wellness; literacy and family engagement.