develop essential skills through the lens of black & brown learners
Disappointed by the lack of learning materials that reflect children of color? You know that representation matters and want to develop important skills with teaching tools that incorporate their unique backgrounds.
Or maybe you're in need of activities that promote diversity and create a culture of inclusion.
Either way….you’re in the right place!
We create educational toys & resources for today's diverse learners
Children of color now account for more than 50% of the U.S. child population, yet teachers and caregivers still struggle to find educational resources that reflect and engage their diverse learners.
At ABSee Me, we create educational games, puzzles, and multicultural resources for preschool and elementary classrooms. Our standards-based, learning materials incorporate the culture and lived experiences of Black and brown learners - which research shows can boost engagement, motivation, and achievement!
I'm the founder, christina spencer
I spent over a decade ensuring quality education as a classroom teacher, instructional coach, and curriculum specialist. I earned a Bachelor of Science in Human Ecology and my master’s degree in Early Childhood Education after deciding to follow in my father’s footsteps and pursue a career in education.
As an educator who has taught in the U.S. and in the Middle East, I know how challenging it is to find learning resources that showcase children of color.
I also know that children learn best from materials that connect to their frames of reference, so I worked hard to design curriculum and activities in a way I could reach my diverse students. In 2021, I left my position as a curriculum specialist to use my expertise and design culturally responsive teaching resources that reflect the lived experiences of many of today's diverse learners.
My goal is to make learning fun, relevant, and relatable for children of color!
“To stimulate the development and education of young learners through play. Our products are specifically designed to celebrate diversity and support children in building a positive cultural identity.”