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Examples of work/art can be displayed on the walls. Also the posters/pictures in the classroom should reflect diversity in families and children. The practical life area can have costumes, fabrics, and dolls that reflect diversity as well. Staff should be communicated openly with, and if there are opportunities to reach out to particular families, this is something that can be brainstormed with other staff members. If the lead teacher knows about an aspect of the family's culture that may be affecting a particular child, they should share it with the assistant so that the assistant may be able to see the whole picture a little more clearly.
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