Lots to Love Babies, 10" in height, African American Baby. These dolls also come in many races, making it a resource to teach diversity. Each durable vinyl doll is washable and comes dressed in a reusable diaper with Velcro tabs.
Place one in your Dramatic play interest area to please your little caregivers. Each doll features a squeezable body, movable head, arms, & legs. Recommended for ages 2 and up.
ITERS-R: Dramatic Play 5.1 "Many and varied age appropriate dramatic play materials accessible daily." "(For infants 'many' requires 3-5... for toddlers, 2 or more of each example of toy mentioned)" Pg. 41
ITERS-R: Dramatic Play 5.2 "Props represent what children experience in every day life ( Ex. household routines, work, transportation)." Pg. 41
ITERS: Dramatic Play 7.1 "Props provided to represent diversity" "To give credit, there must be dolls representing at least 3 different races and at least 2 other examples of materials that show diversity, and all props must be associated with a positive image of the group represented." pg. 41
ITERS-R: Promoting acceptance of diversity 5.2 "Dolls representing at least 3 races accessible (Ex. skin tones or facial features)." (Small dolls used in doll houses or block play do count) Pg. 45
ECERS3: Dramatic Play 5.1 "Many and varied dramatic play materials, enough for number of children allowed, are accessible, including dolls, child-sized furniture, play foods and cooking/eating utensils, dress-up clothes for boys and girls." 5.1 also requires "basic materials like dolls and play food are present" along with additional props, "Just providing the specified materials does not meet the requirement of many and varied." Pg. 54 & 55
ECERS: Dramatic Play 7.1 "At least 4 clear examples to represent diversity are included for dramatic play (Ex: dolls of different races/cultures; foods of different cultures; equipment used by people with disabilities)." pg. 41
ECERS-3: Promoting acceptance of diversity 5.1 "At least 2 different types of dramatic play props representing different races or cultures are included for use in dramatic play." (Do not consider puppets or block accessories like play people) Pg. 64 & 65
FCCERS-R: Dramatic Play 5.1 "Many and Varied appropriate dramatic play materials accessible for each age group." Pg. 42 (For Preschool and older, 2 themes are required) Pg. 43
FCCERS-R: Promoting Acceptance of Diversity 5.2 "At least 4 examples of props representing various races/cultures accessible for use in dramatic play (Ex. Dolls of different races; ethnic clothing; cooking and eating utensils from various cultural groups)." Must show no violence or stereotypes. Pg. 50 & 51
FCCERS: Dramatic Play 7.1 "Props accessible to represent diversity" "at least 2 examples are required to give credit" pg 42 & 43
SACERS: Dramatic Play/theatre 3.1 "Some dramatic play materials accessible" "Materials include: dress up clothes, costumes, props, puppets." pg 29
SACERS: Cultural Awareness 5.1 "Many multicultural materials that reflect the diversity of peoples." (at least 4 easily visible examples including types of diversity other than gender.) Pg. 33