10 tips for raising globally aware children #readforgood Help Kids, Awareness Kids, For Kids, Student, Kids Awareness, Ideas Para, 10 Ideas, Kids Yik
If you send a wedding invitation to the President, you will receive a congratulatory letter from him and the First Lady. I have to remember to do this! ps, it works for mickey mouse and queen of england too. Great for scrap booking or memory box..i had no idea you could do this but its so cool!
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Inviting Mickey Mouse and the U.S president to your wedding gets you a congratulatory letter back!
If you send a wedding invitation to the President, you will receive a congratulatory letter from him and the First Lady. Mail your invitation at least six weeks in advance of your wedding day to: The Honorable (President's Name) and Mrs. (First Lady) The White House Greetings Office Room 39 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue Washington, DC 20500. ***P.S., it works for Mickey Mouse and Queen of England too.
crayonfreckles: Community Helpers Activity with Safari Ltd. TOOB
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Does your child know who does what?Love this Community Helpers Activity from @Andie Jaye (crayon freckles)
50 ways to say hello free printable
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Hello in 50 languages. Good for greetings or morning message.
morning greeting idea- say hello in a different language
Morning Meeting 1/27- Greeting Idea
Here's a fun idea from crayonfreckles - a free printable poster with 50 ways to say Hello
Crayon Freckles: world hello day
8. Learn to speak a foreign language - I speak German fairly well and can manage a few phrases in several other languages. Would like to improve my French.
Talking with Children about 9/11 – Ideas and Activities
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Talking with Children about 9/11 - includes an age-by-age guide for talking to your kids about September 11 and activities for a number of levels.
Great post with links to Community Helpers activities, ideas, and printables. Also can be used for any military/patriotic holiday theme.
Blog post at LivingMontessoriNow.com : We'd all like to protect our children from tragedy, but even young children often hear about or are exposed to tragic events. If you're wond[..]
Talking with Children about 9/11 (Patriot Day) Ideas and Activities
Deb Chitwood (Living Montessori Now)'s post | Latest updates on Sulia
Life with Moore Babies: Our Place in the World
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Our Place in the World: use nesting boxes to help kids visualize social studies concepts. ~ Being part of a larger group ~
Good idea - Use nesting tupperware boxes to illustrate the concepts of House, Town, State, Country, Continent, Planet. Nesting boxes
Location nesting boxes - teaching Our Place in the World (Life with Moore Babies)
10 Tips for Raising Globally Aware Children from Mama Smiles
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This is a decent read on how to help kids think globally. I could use it in my everyday classroom, or distribute as information for parents.
How to raise globally aware kids
So many ideas of ways to contribute to global learning. There are so many ideas that I would not have thought about. It also talks about the important of being globally aware which is something important to talk to students about.
Learn about other places + people around the world. Here are 10 ideas for how to get started!
10 tips for raising globally aware children. idea para cuadernito: Where were your ancestors from? Who founded your town? Where did they come from?
Geography for Kids: 10 Tips for Raising Globally Aware Children
tough questions: why do people have different color skin? & explanatory activity for kids
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children give their ideas on why there are different skin colors plus m activity
Crayon Freckles: tough questions: why do people have different color skin?
great exercise in explaining diversity to children. Also a list of great books for kids on the subject. (The Colors of Us)
Really like the M demonstration on teaching kids about racial differences.
MLK Day-tough questions: why do people have different color skin? & explanatory activity for kids
Crayon Freckles: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day diversity activity
a child's world