6 activities to help children dive into diversity

Kids are smart. They notice differences. But children are also amazing at accepting those differences. Help yours celebrate diversity with these activities from Nat Geo Kids.

This inspiring video of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. can spark teaching moments about race in America. (Read about the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and about the historic March On Washington he led in 1963.)

Discuss how King fought for people of all races, then ask kids how they can be heroes themselves. Get them started with this fun quiz about heroes and heroines who come from different backgrounds. Then introduce them to other African-American heroes.

Start a Movie Culture Club featuring inclusive films. Kick off the evening with these shorts about Native Americans and about daily life on all seven continents.

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