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    Hi I am not sure if my setting is promoting different cultures and diversity enough. Has anyone got any ideas, websites or where I purchase cheap resources thanks

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    I bet you are doing loads already?

    songs you sing
    books you read
    foods you cook and eat
    investigating beliefs, celebrations, cultures
    respecting parents beliefs/cultures/religion
    dolls, wooden figures
    people who wear glasses etc

    cut out pictures out of a catalogue/travel brochure
    talk about things to the children, not necessarily and deliberatly pointing things out but just in general etc

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    have you got a local toy library, they will have a brilliant set of multi-cultural and diversity toys, resources and games for hire. the cost is normally free and they will loan it to for you as long as someone else doesn't want it!

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    Ebay is also good.



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