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K Ids around the world. Krystle and Erica. What is a culture?. A culture is a group of people who live in similar ways and have similar beliefs. . There are different cultures in different parts of the world. Africa. Imagine if you woke up in a different part of the world…. Australia.

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k ids around the world

KIds around the world

Krystle and Erica

what is a culture
What is a culture?

A culture is a group of people who

live in similar ways and have

similar beliefs.

There are different cultures in different parts of the world.

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Africa

Imagine if you woke up in a different part of the world…

Australia

What would be different?

What would be the same?

China

Mexico

Ireland

clothing
Clothing

Kids from different cultures wear different kinds of clothes.

Thailand

Ecuador

Malaysia

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If you woke up in a different part of the world you might not get to pick out what to wear to school!

Children in school uniforms crowd together at recess – Mozambique, Africa

Students learning in traditional uniforms – South Korea

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How would you feel about wearing a school uniform?

France

Bali, Indonesia

Girls on their way to school – Japan

classrooms
Classrooms

Children learn together after dark – Kenya, Africa

Not all classrooms are alike. Some schools are little more than four walls and a tin roof. Many places do not have schools at all.

An outdoor classroom where children learn about nature - Scotland

A brightly painted nursery school – Kenya, Africa

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Classrooms

Boarding a boat for class - India

Attending school to learn basic things like reading and writing is a great privilege.

A temporary tent-style classroom – Sudan

Children learning on board the floating classroom - India

kids in different cultures play in different ways
Kids in different cultures play in different ways.

Playing

Cuba

Mozambique, Africa

Vietnam

playing
Playing

Do you recognize any of these games?

India

Taiwan

Kenya

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Children at Work

Many children have jobs to help support themselves and their families.

If you had a job how would your life change?

Picking cotton – Uzbekistan

Herding goats – Mali, Africa

Driving a family to their destination - India

Packing at harvest time - Afghanistan

Selling fresh watermelon - Guatemala

Selling flowers in the rain – Bangladesh

Helping push a load in the sun - Cuba

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Food

What do you eat for breakfast?

Nigeria, Africa

Japan

France

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Family

Your family is unique!

Families look different

in different parts of

the world.

Two daddies - USA

Grandparents only – Australia

Siblings side by side – India

what have we learned
What have we learned?
  • Children have many things in common but they have many differences too!
  • Kids in different cultures…
  • 1. Wear different clothes
  • 2. Learn in different environments
  • 3. Play in different ways
  • 4. Have different responsibilities
  • 5. Eat different foods
  • 6. Have different kinds of families

Ecuador

but remember
But remember…

Kids are different within cultures too, not

just between cultures! Think about your

own Canadian culture…