Hola! Means Hello!: Resources & Ideas for Promoting Diversity in Early Childhood Settings

Carla Fenson, Brenda C. Dennis, Sharon Palsha

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This publication is designed to assist child care providers, teachers, and other personnel who provide services to young children and their families, in creating opportunities for children to appreciate the diversity around them. It provides: (1) a list of classroom materials for enhancing cultural awareness, including items for pretend play, flannel board sets, accessories for blocks, books and puzzles, art materials, multicultural musical instruments, and records and cassette tapes; (2) a list of teacheing materials to promote cultural awareness; (3) a self-assessment checklist for personnel providing services and supports to young children and their families in early intervention and early childhood settings; (4) booklists for enriching classroom diversity, including books that address disabilities, gender issues, the environment, different ethnic groups, culture, and family; and (5) a list of websites that may be of interest for additional information related to young children and their families. 

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Bibliographic Information:

Carla Fenson, Brenda C. Dennis, Sharon Palsha. Hola! Means Hello!: Resources & Ideas for Promoting Diversity in Early Childhood Settings (1998). Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center: Chapel Hill, NC. (27 pages).

Sponsoring Agency: U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services

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Formats Available: Printed Material

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Frank Porter Graham Child Development Center
CB#8185, UNC-CH
Publications & Dissemination Office
Chapel Hill, NC
27599

Phone: (919) 966-0857

Email: gina_harrison@unc.edu
URL: http://www.fpg.unc.edu

Languages Available: English

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