The days passed when all the babies in the shop were very light-skinned and had blond hair. Nowadays, the games come in all shapes, colors and sizes. Cultural importance is important during playing time, as playing time is a sign of adult life. It is important for children to be exposed to the history of their own culture and to play with toys that are "resembling" them. However, these games should not be restricted.
Multicultural dolls and game experiences are balanced and healthy. One of the weaknesses is to expose the child to babies of only one culture. If you only see babies and toys that look like them, they are difficult to accept others that seem to be different. They will not mean to break away, but kids are more likely to gravitate what they know. The other poor extreme is to allow them to play games that are completely different from them, without being like them. Self-esteem can be adversely affected, especially in young girls.
Girls and boys play dolls and action figures that represent the multicultural world. Baby doll collections such as American Girl, Barbie, Bratz, and Cabbage Patch Kids come from many different cultural varieties. There is no reason to insist on a cultural background when thinking about dolls, action games, games, or friends.
Combining the culture of children's toys can prepare you for a mixture of cultures in society. Even if they do not see each of the different cultures every day at school, they will notice when they come to the real world. America is a wonderful blend of cultures, religious backgrounds and ethnicities. Much has to be learned and the look is just the beginning. As soon as your child finds out that people are unique and unique in their own way, the better. Kids can learn about other cultures and their own.
An open mind about the game's cultural aspects that your kids play. Talk to them about race and religion to be conscientious and tolerant of others that are not completely similar to them. Keep in mind everyone is a person who deserves equal respect. Playing time is a learning experience, so give them the tools they need to learn from the start as far as they know the world.
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