There are wonderful resources for teaching about diversity and anti-bias work on the Web. The following three are particularly worthwhile. Starting early with teaching respect and anti-bias behaviors is so important but sometimes a bit scary. These sites will provide you with some tried and tested resources. There is a lot to explore at each location. www.adl.org/tools%5Fteachers/tools_tips.html: this is a page of the ADL (Anti-Defamation League) directed specifically at educators with practical tips and even an easily printable page Creating a Positive Environment in which to Raise Diversity Issues and another whole section for Parents and Kids. There is also much information about teaching about religion in public schools. www.splcenter.org/teachingtolerance/tt-index.html: free materials are available from Teaching Tolerance for teaching about multicultural issues. They are described on this web page. This is a program of the Southern Poverty Law Center, also a non-profit organization dedicated to the reduction/elimination of hate groups and hate related behavior and violence. www.usdoj.gov/kidspage/: This web site is published by the Dept. of Justice and is designed for specific age groups. It's a wonderful way to get kids involved and a source for reports and direct student usage.