Kids are naturally curious about the world and others around them. They can be especially full of questions about people from cultures and ethnicities different from their own.
This same sense of natural-born curiosity spills over as children grow and take notice of differences among religious traditions. A Lutheran child might ask why a Jewish friend doesn't celebrate Easter or Christmas. Or a teen might wonder why a Muslim student wears a hijab (head scarf) to high school.
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