Do you want to raise kind and empathic kids?
Are you looking for ways to teach the concept of diversity to your children in a fun way?
As soon as kids turn 2, they start noticing differences and similarities. They start recognizing colors, shapes and sizes. This is the best time to teach your kids about diversity. Teaching about similarities and differences at a young age will help bring up empathic children.
Backed with scientific knowledge, the book conveys a message that although humans are different, they have a lot of similarities, and they’re “Still Relatives.”
Anna is a 4 years old curious and smart girl who notices a difference in eye colors and asks her mother the reason. Her mother tells her how dominant and recessive genes play a role in making unique humans with different hair, skin, and eye colors.
After reading this book, the children will be able to:
Understand the concept of diversity
Identify the similarities and differences in humans
Understand why and how humans are different from each other
Understand how genes play a role for certain skin, hair and eye color
Understand the concept of dominant and recessive genes
Appreciate and respect diversity