This chapter explores how culture and pedagogy go hand in hand, and explores the responsibility that practitioners have in understanding how to incorporate culture into the daily routine of the early years setting. Culturally responsive pedagogy is a more recent phenomenon that is comparative in its nature to the growing demands of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics, education in schools, and because of this, research into culturally responsive pedagogy is still being undertaken. Culture can be a difficult idea to define because of the expansive nature of what can be included in the term. Realistically, there is no one type of culture, and it can mean different things to different people, just like languages. Weaver defines deep culture as all of the cultural elements present in another culture that can't be tangibly seen. These are: Communication Styles and Rules, Notions, Concepts, Attitudes, and Approaches.