Children are introduced to globes and then to wooden puzzle maps of the continents. At a later stage, they progress to puzzle maps of different countries. While at first the maps are simply used as puzzles, gradually the children learn the names of many countries as well as information about climate, products, and people.
Pictures representing aspects of life in different countries will introduce the child to diverse environments and ways of life. Children can also enjoy dressing up in clothes from many countries. To expand the understanding of cultural diversity we actively encourage parents to participate with their own cultural and spiritual contribution. For example, religious festivals could become a focus point for cultural exchange.