|One age-appropriate way to share the world’s religions with kids is through their holidays. These faith-based occasions frequently make use of stories, festive foods, group activities, visits to sacred spaces, and other meaningful rituals. For that reason, they can serve as a great entry point for both families and classrooms. However, most of the resources offered are grounded in a particular tradition. They also, generally-speaking, have the goal of establishing and maintaining a specific faith path.
That’s why we offer a variety of non-devotional, experiential resources. Our stories, articles, lesson plans, crafts, and PowerPoint presentations teach kids about the holy day in a fun, engaging way while avoiding cultural appropriation. As a result, they are great for both public school classrooms as a well as multifaith or no-faith families.
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