About Educators’ Kit
There are so many products in it which can help children with creative expression, and give space to their imagination, as they engage with various dimensions of diversity. It is also a great way to develop fine motor skills among children.
A Ginny for children who can have fun, can make mistakes and learn from diverse experiences, ask questions! Ginny believes that being different is okay.
Paper Puppet- Templates
A Great DIY activity for Children to build their own paper puppets using their imagination of feelings and colors.
A puppet to help trigger a conversation about empathy, disability and inclusivity. It paves a way to express your imagination through stories.
May I Join The Class Today?- A Story Book
This story book will help children raise questions, understand, and embrace diversity in classrooms.
Coloring Book & Pencils
A bundle of joy for children to paint their little world in the book with no limits and full imagination. Open the Windows to Creativity as illustrations trigger questions and understanding of diversity!
5 Finger Puppets
Children familiarize themselves with the uniqueness of each character. Use finger puppets to share the whole story (added in the Kit) or create several new stories!
A Super Unique Bookmark for the kids to develop curiosity and learning. Each bookmark has a special message on front and introspective activities on back.
The Facilitators’ Guide offers a step-wise overview and use of each product included in the Kit. The guide helps you confidently bring diversity conversations into classrooms and homes! You can use the ideas to plan your own activities too. The Guide works best when you also access free training from us on Diversity and Inclusion after buying the Eductaors’ Kit.
Access Your Free Workshop.
Here we are with our free workshop where you can get access and also easily understand products included in the Educators’ Kit on Diversity. Workshop is basically done to make you friendly and confident with all possible uses of the products. You will be getting a free consultation from our experts.
Dear Educators and Parents,
What you do and how you do things with children is very important. Your energy and enthusiasm for things have a great ability to make children enthusiastic about colouring, making puppets, creating stories, sharing ideas, and so much more! Your openness to learn about things that may be new for you makes a difference in children’s openness to learning, sharing doubts, and raising questions.
I look forward to hearing from you about your experiences and supporting your confidence for leading conversations on diversity and inclusion
– Dr. Shweta Verma, Co-Founder & CEO, Ginny’s Planet