In this webinar, our in-house early learning specialists, Kiah Price, and Ria Simon share tips and strategies on how to celebrate different holidays from around the world, in your own classroom.
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🔍 Key Takeaways from Kiah and Ria
- Holidays around this time can have a huge focus on religion and belief. Consider the symbols around each holiday if you’re not keen on having the religious aspect.
- It’s all about learning, even as an educator! Taking time to check your bias as you learn more about different cultural beliefs is also important.
- Take the time to involve your families. Ask them what holidays they celebrate this way you can celebrate throughout the whole year and plan for appropriate activities.
- Celebrations can be a unique experience for your classrooms!
- Make sure you have all the facts and don’t be shy to seek help from people who celebrate certain holidays. You don’t want to instill the tourist approach in children.
- Take time to invest in quality books, and plan activities around them. This way children can relate to the story and you create more meaning behind the activity.
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