Do babies and toddlers really understand "cultural respect"?

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Wed 14 February 2018

9 mins

Guardian Early Learning in Barangaroo, Sydney have a very special program to teach their little students about respect for Indigenous culture.

But how do you teach babies and toddlers cultural respect, and do babies and toddlers really understand such an advanced concept?

Shevonne Hunt headed to the Barangaroo centre to speak to the educators about how they integrate the learning with the children in their care, and spoke to some of the more chatty kids about their favourite things at the centre.

For more on Guardian Early Learning check out their website.

Shevonne Hunt interviewing the children at Guardian Early Learning Centre in Barangaroo.

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