Encourage children to think about what diversity means with the help of this interesting and thought-provoking worksheet.
The difference between equality and equity can be hard to grasp - and understanding the concept of how to treat people equitably may well pose problems for children. This worksheet aims to help.
Get the kids to think about how it feels to be included / excluded, and how they can make sure that everyone is included in future, with this interesting worksheet.
This poster shows a simplified definition of inclusion, the third part of World Thinking Day 2020's theme - Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
Here's a simple definition of the "equity" part of this year's World Thinking Day theme - Diversity, Equity, Inclusion.
This year's World Thinking Day theme is Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - all words which may be open to misinterpretation by the group. Here is a suggested, simple definition of diversity.
World Thinking Day's theme for 2020 is Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, and this quote from Maya Angelou is being suggested as a starting point for discussion with your groups. It's a big subject!
Use these bookmarks in a number of different ways for World Thinking Day. You could simply hand them out for the guides to colour in and use as bookmarks for the week, or for displays.
"We should all know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry, and we must understand that all the threads in the tapestry are equal in value no matter what colour." This lovely quote from Maya Angelou is represented on this poster.