I would foster diversity and collaboration by making sure different types of cultures and family structures were included. In addition, I would not create activities that target biological family members, and follow guidelines to make an activity that celebrates everyone’s unique differences rather than their shortcomings. For example, maybe each child could bring a special object to them or their family to start learning about culture and diversity. Culture extends to family life and structure and this could be a beneficial introduction to giving kids the vocabulary they need to articulate themselves.
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