Lesson on empathy- In this activity, students volunteer to choose a shoebox to open and put the shoes on from the box. A written scenario inside each box tells about the person who wears the shoes. Based on the information given, the student has to "put themselves in that person's shoes," identifying how that person might feel. The class then suggests ways we might show compassion to the person in the shoes.
This book introduces 4-8 year olds to concepts like respect, camaraderie, teamwork and the pleasure of playing sports and games for the fun of it. The tenth book in the award winning Howard B. Wigglebottom series. Tips and lessons are included Reviews/support resources are available at wedolisten.com.
"A Bad Case of Tattle Tongue," by Julia Cook. A hilarious and engaging story that helps kids understand the difference between tattling and telling. Perfect for the primary grades and for the older classes that just haven't been able to grasp that concept yet either:o)