Celebrating Diversity: Embracing Cultural and Religious Holidays

March 28, 2024

We observe a variety of religious and cultural holidays at Tiny Hoppers Queensborough as part of our inclusive program. This year, we get to celebrate Ramadan & Eid as well as Easter in April. It is important to teach young children about various religious and cultural holidays as it promotes understanding, respect, and inclusivity. By learning about different traditions, children develop empathy and appreciation for diverse beliefs and practices.  This knowledge helps them navigate a multicultural world with sensitivity and respect, fostering harmonious relationships and a sense of unity. Moreover, exposure to different holidays enriches children’s educational experiences, broadening their perspectives and promoting acceptance of cultural diversity as a valuable asset in our society.



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