Research shows that children start noticing race during infancy. But most
parents think kids aren’t ready to talk about race until they’re in kindergarten – or they’re searching for the “right way” to introduce the conversation to their young children. Developed by Noggin and Sparkler Learning for kids ages 2 to 6, this interactive guide is a practical tool that helps parents and caregivers spark meaningful, age-appropriate conversations with children about identity, race, and racism.
Access the interactive guide, and start talking with your kids!
Since its first historic performance in 1958, Ailey has been innovating and evolving the perception of American modern dance throughout the world. Noggin is honored to partner with them in helping kids all over get up moving, learning, and expressing their feelings through dance. Because movement has meaning when we dance how we’re feeling!