Free puzzle games, stories, crafts, and printable activities for kids ages 4–12.
World travel may not be in the family budget, and certainly it’s not possible during the pandemic. But it’s important for kids to learn about other cultures if they are to be empathetic people and think of themselves as global citizens. In this new Highlights@Home collection called Celebrating Our Differences, in honor of Global Diversity Awareness Month, we’re issuing you virtual passports to explore some of the food, dances, stories, and symbols of people who live in different places around the world. Our hope is that as you and your child explore the traditions and beliefs of others, your kids will see that our differences should be celebrated.