You Will Need:
Magazines or photos, scissors, and glue sticks or glue and brushes
With your child, find faces in magazines or duplicate photographs and cut them out. Talk about and respond to your child’s reaction to some of the faces. Ask what she’s thinking. Help her notice skin tones, glasses, hair attributes, etc. and expand on her recognition of physical differences.
It's the process, not the product that is important. Children might cut up the pictures into small pieces, use too much or not enough glue, etc. It’s all about learning by experimentation!