The culture is as diverse as the people and shapes develop beyond an institution or element. Webster Dictionary defines culture as the set of socially transmitted behavior, arts, beliefs, institutions, and all other products of human work typical thought of a population or a community at some point.
Conversing with those with whom we share the same community, ideas, attitudes, and beliefs seem safe and without judgment. However, it can create boundaries and obstacles which prevent us to coexist.
This is especially true for children. For many parents, the idea of this type of exposure seems overwhelming, but exposure to culture can be nice and cheap.
Take the time to talk with someone from another cultural context is a great way to dispel the stereotypes misconceptions associated with a culture or group. Encourage children to arrange dates games with children from different cultures is a great way for them to get involved because it teaches them the language, preferences, traditions, and beliefs.
Visit the library
The library is a great resource for children. Develop respect and empathy for other cultures, it is essential they read.
As the benefits of speaking with others who are culturally different dismantle stereotypes that are used to paint a group negatively.
Visit a museum
Visiting museums allow children to experience the culture on a very personal level because it deepens critical thinking by asking questions while getting a historical perspective on the origin of artifacts and exhibits.
Also, children can attend the cultural splendor that affects all institutions such as art, education, business, and religion. Curators, educators, and tourists are charged with the responsibility of presenting information that is unbiased, factual, well supported by social and educational programs that develops also a curiosity in art, music, and education.