No One Is the Same. (Hooray!) How to Talk with Kids About Differences
“Why is that child's skin a different color than mine?” “Why can’t that child walk by himself?” Children notice each other’s differences—and they often ask questions about it. Those questions may make adults feel flustered, but that curiosity is a good thing. “These questions give you an opportunity to discuss differences in a positive way,” says Kate Jordan-Downs, KinderCare Education’s Director of Inclusion. Watch to learn more!