Colors of the World by Crayola are 24 crayons that represent 40 global skin tones so that children of all backgrounds can accurately color themselves into the world they see around them.
The crayon packs feature side panels that serve as color references to help kids easily find the shade they identify as their own.
Crayola Education also offers free online resources that incorporate the Colors of the World crayons. Through exercises of self-expression, children and their families are able to use the crayons to explore personal identity and diversity through educational worksheets (like the ones below) and thought provoking activities.
You can create a self-portrait that reveals something about your personality, some worksheets prompt you to create a sketch of a global issue and others ask you to draw something that you created that made you feel proud.
These worksheets and more can be accessed on Crayola.com/worldcolors.