Ok, so I have a great, very well behaved group of 3 and 4 year olds. But today we had an issue. there r a boy and girl who are best friends always together. And today they said they want to get married. Now the boy is mixed race black and white ans the girl is white. So now another little girl goes "NO! They can't get married! Brown and white don't marry". Which blew my mind because we are a very diverse school, and as a Christian school we are always talking about how god made all of us special. So now the boy is crying that he is white and he kids are upset so we had to have a little sit down. We all talked about how are skin is different but our hearts are the same. And god made us all different and that's wonderful and special. And that when they grow up they can marry who ever they want. So with valentines coming up and this next weeks theme being "friends are for loving" I'm looking for some good activities to do with the kids that teach tolerance and celebrate the ways we are different. Games, projects, experiments, recipes...I'm open to anything. The kids are awesome and behave well to do all sorts of activities. A while back we did the brown and white egg experiment. So I'm looking for some different activities. Any ideas are greatly appreciated!!!!