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Diversity and Inclusion Bundle

In today's society it is more important than ever to teach diversity and inclusion to children.  They are our future and they deserve to live in a world where they can be accepted and loved.

Dr. Maria Montessori said,

"Establishing lasting peace is the work of education; all politics can do is keep us out of war."

The new Montessori-inspired Diversity and Inclusion Bundle is the perfect resource to teach lasting peace.

It promotes love for all no matter a person's race, ethnicity, religion, identity, or disability through the study of relationships with one's self, friends, family, and more!


The Montessori-inspired Diversity and Inclusion Bundle is divided into four parts.

Each printable pack in the bundle:

  • Focuses on different types of relationships to provide children answers to all of the many questions they have about people around them.
  • Provides teachers and parents several options of printable materials to best meet the needs of  every child.  No one need worry about having materials appropriate for their children.
  • Combines 100% kid-friendly, (appropriate for all audiences) true to life images and definitions children will understand, enjoy and appreciate.
If you have questions and/or concerns about the LGBTQ+ Community representation in bundle please visit the post below:


The Montessori-inspired Diversity and Inclusion Bundle includes:


Montessori-inspired Friendship Printable Pack

Montessori-inspired Friendship Printable Pack

  • Discusses appropriate physical boundaries, consent, and ways to show physical affection between friends and family
  • Introduces multiple ways to show kindness to others through word and deed
  • Includes printables that teach about different types of disabilities including: visual, mobility, auditory, neurological, cognitive, medical, and psychological
  • Teaches children how to express emotions appropriate and work on conflict resolution

Montessori-inspired Relationships Printable Pack

Montessori-inspired Relationships Printable Pack

  • Answers questions children may have about LGBTQ+ relationships and identities they observe around them
  • Introduces the progression of dating, engagement and marriage in heterosexual and LGBTQ+ relationships for those interested
  • Discusses interracial and same race couples
  • Includes couples with disabilities

Montessori-inspired Family Printable Pack

Montessori-inspired Family Printable Pack

  • Provides multiple activities to help children identify and understand their family units
  • Includes half, step, biological, adoptive, foster parent, and sibling options for those who need it
  • Introduces LGBTQ+ family relationships for children who may be born into or adopted into that community, and for classmates who are trying to understand how families differ and are the same
  • Teaches different ways people say mother, father, grandmother, and grandfather

Montessori-inspired Spiritual Needs of Man Printable Pack

Montessori-inspired Spiritual Needs of Man Printable Pack

  • Introduces the difference between self-love, friend love, family love, and romantic love
  • Provides materials for the study of major religions around the world
  • Includes cultural cards that focus on dance, music, art, and theater
  • Discusses different ways people choose to beautify themselves

In total you will receive 350 pages of resources!

You will also receive the following bonus:

Montessori-inspired Minimalist Self-Regulation Cards

This bundle is no longer available. If you'd like to purchase individual components of the bundle, please click the images below.

Montessori-inspired Friendship Printable Pack Montessori-inspired Family Printable Pack Montessori-inspired Relationships Printable Pack Montessori-inspired Spiritual Needs of Man Printable Pack


2 comments:

  1. Thank you for creating this. The world is changing and we must change too. These cards are so versatile and can be used in many different ways. Thank you!

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  2. does this bundle include the LGBTQ pack? I think you have done an awesome job and thank you for including he LGBTQ community

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