Uses of Hopscotch in Multicultural, Intergenerational Co-­existence Education

By Simon Lichman

Summary

Children learn the benefit of being open to their own cultural group’s or family’s traditions and how difference is to be expected and respected rather than shunned, ridiculed, or feared.
Citation:
Lichman, Simon. 2015. Uses of Hopscotch in Multicultural, Intergenerational Co-existence Education. Journal of Folklore and Education. 2:3-13.