By Arwen Hann
Most early childhood education services include bi-cultural elements in their teaching and learning, but with New Zealand becoming an increasingly multicultural country it can be interesting for children to learn about other cultures as well, particularly if there are children from these cultures within their communities.
Here are some simple ideas to incorporate cultural learning at your service.
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