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One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Here’s How To Learn How Big the World Is
The world is a big place. In fact, it’s so big that it can be overwhelming to think about at times. There are more than 7 billion people living on earth. It’s important for everyone to understand exactly how much bigger the rest of the world is compared to themselves. Here are some of the differences that show that one size doesn’t fit all because the world is big.
Differences In Physical Features of People
One size doesn’t fit all when it comes to the physical features of humans. There are more than 10,000 known human genetic variations that exist in people across the world. Some people have very dark skin and some people have very light skin. Some people have wide noses while others have thin noses. If you use a height comparison tool you’ll see that some people are short while others are tall. People come in many different shapes and sizes and they don’t always look like what is generally considered “normal.”
Differences In Languages and Dialects
This one can be hard to keep track of, but it’s worth it because this shows just how big the world really is! Some people speak English as their first language; others speak French, Spanish, Arabic, Russian, Hindi, Portuguese – the list goes on and on.
The earliest recorded languages date back to more than 5,000 years ago. It wasn’t until the late 18th century that every country had its own language.
Differences In Geography and Climate
Just like there are differences in human height and size, there are also differences in geography across the world. There are six different continents (Africa, Asia, Europe, North America, South America and Oceania) as well as other divisions such as island groups (Hawaii), countries (Egypt), states (New York), cities (Los Angeles) and islands (Iceland) that are important to understand. Obviously, one size doesn’t fit all when it comes to the way that people divide up physical geographical space across the world.
The earth also contains many different climates. There are tropical areas near the equator and cold weather areas towards the poles. Some areas have four seasons while others experience only two seasons (wet and dry).
Differences In Beliefs and Practices
There are thousands upon thousands of religions that exist across the world, each with its own unique practices. Some believe in one god or spirit while others believe in many gods or spirits. Some people organize themselves into family units and clans while others may not have any type of organization at all. One size doesn’t fit all when it comes to belief systems and religious practices because every culture is different.
Differences in Culture and Customs
Culture and customs vary from place to place around the world. In some countries, they celebrate Christmas on December 25th while others celebrate this holiday at a different time of year. Some people hold their hands behind their backs when talking to someone, others keep their hands by their sides or they fold their arms across their chests. Some people do business on a handshake, while others require a written contract for any type of business transaction.
Differences In Traditional Clothing
Traditional clothing is worn in different ways around the world. For example, some people wear a sarong or a sari, while others wear a kimono or a dashiki. The clothes that people wear across the world vary from place to place and aren’t always easy to compare because of this. The history of clothing shows that the differences in traditional clothing are a result of several factors such as the materials available to make the clothing, climate/geography, occupation, and religion.
Differences In Sports and Games
Sports and games are considered the universal language according to some people. It’s true that many sports are played around the world, but it’s also true that there are some sports that may only be played in certain places or regions. For example, people in the United States tend to play baseball and American football, people in Japan tend to play soccer (football).
Differences In Food
Food is one area where it’s easy to see how one size doesn’t fit all. Just like there are differences in traditional clothing, there are also differences in the food that people eat around the world. The history of food shows that many cultures borrow certain types of food from other countries while creating their own unique dishes (called fusion). Some examples include pasta, sushi, curry, and pizza.
Differences In Arts and Music
Across the world, people perform different types of music, dance different types of dances, sing in different languages, and create art using different materials. People celebrate holidays with unique celebrations that include songs and dances. For example, people in India perform the Bollywood dance during their holidays while people in Mexico perform zapateado.
In conclusion, it’s clear to see that one size doesn’t fit all when it comes to the many differences in the world. The earth holds many people across the world that act differently. It’s important for educators, parents, and students to understand these cultural differences in order to work together effectively in school, business, and among communities.