How Does Culture Influence Play in Early Childhood? - Shared screen with speaker view
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culture is traditions learned in family
yes, it becomes a part of the classroom environment where teachers have to find a balance
when I was young we were told kids were seen and not heard
Yes me as well, children were directed not to speak and had to remain quiet whenever in the presence of other adults
going back the comment look at me when im talking to you it might be against the childs culture to look you in the eye
can't unmute. A lot going on in my house right now.
The teachers could show how both children are correctly handling the baby and explain some children sleep better under a blanket and offer Maggie another doll.
yes agreed. limiting the use of food in play activities would be advisable at this time.
When I was director our Parent Council had parents volunteer to share some of their cultural practices on every Friday
Sharing music and art from their culture as well.
Yes our parents would bring in dishes for the staff to try on once a month.
I have a picture of me wearing an authentic head dress that men from India wore
the language they speak at home primarily
The first language spoke by people from their home country spoken at home mainly
Making sure the children knew how to speak and understand their home language
Some children do not have a play area outside their homes in there neighborhood. No grass or spaces for active outdoor play.
Yes my grandchild love YouTube!
kids don't play outside anymore
Some families have a created a culture of racism within there families. How can early educators have an impact in addressing children raised in a racist culture?
Yes create a culture of tolerance of others in your classroom