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By Karen Miller
It is very important to be strong in one’s own cultural heritage and to participate in a shared, common culture as well. In recognition that New Zealand children represent a diversity of cultures and ethnicities early childhood services aim to acknowledge the celebrations that are important to children and families.
For New Zealand children links to Indian culture are often part of their heritage. The shared culture within the centre is strengthened through sharing this.
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