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Which One's Different?

For Students Pre-K
One of these things is not like the others! Preschoolers identify which sock and glove is different from the rest, and draw a ring around the outlier. Then, they draw a sock and glove that are different from given pictures. Color the...
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How Does a Friend Act?

For Teachers K
Students brainstorm a list of characteristics that friends should and should not have. In groups, they are given a set of hand puppets in which they role-play different scenerios in front of the class. To end the lesson, they are shown...
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Rates of Puberty Change: Lesson 2

For Teachers 6th - 10th
The class fills in a handout - How Appearances Change During Puberty.  They then discuss the changes that both boys and girls go through and make some comparisons of the differences between boys and girls . Hopefully this class is a safe...
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Let's Get Along

For Teachers 3rd - 8th
Students examine the book Smoky Night. In this cultural lesson, students read the text and discuss why it's important to get along with others. Students complete a Venn diagram to compare and contrast themselves with a peer.
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The Flow of Women's Work: How Cultures are Alike and Different?

For Teachers 2nd - 5th
Students examine gender roles in various cultures. In this flow of women's work lesson, students compare water related work in rural Africa to that in their own households. 
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Talk it Over and Work it Out!: Compromise

For Teachers 4th
Fourth graders explore, analyze and discuss how to interact with others in ways that respect individual and group differences. They identify and practice the skills used to compromise in a variety of situations. Each students studies the...
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How We Are Alike And Different

For Teachers K
Students engage in a lesson that is concerned with the similarities and differences as part of knowing other children. They use examples of different drinks to illustrate the differences or similarities that are present in the student...
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All About ME: Likenesses & Differences

For Teachers K
Students study their self-esteem by assessing that all people have likenesses and differences and learn how to be accepting of differences in other people. They listen as the book, "People," by Peter Spier is read to them and then they...
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Odd One Out

For Students Pre-K - K
One of these animals is different, but which one is it? Pre-readers examine four sets of objects to determine and circle the one that is different. This isn't designed to trick your eye; scholars are looking for a horse standing amidst a...
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Same or Different

For Students Pre-K - 1st
It is really important for learners to know when objects are the same and when they are different. Here are five rows of objects, they circle the objects in each row that are the same or different from the first object in that row. 
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Moses Books

For Teachers 4th - 8th
Students read about Moses Books and write about the similarities and differences between his life and their own. In this Moses Books lesson plan, students also show how schools for the deaf have changed over time.
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Unknown Numbers in Sums and Differences - Step-by-Step Lesson

For Students 1st
First grade mathematicians will love to monkey around with an illustrated word problem involving missing bananas. They must decide how many bananas the monkey ate by counting the remaining bananas and by counting the number Lee had and...
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Comfort Herself

For Teachers 5th
Fifth graders explore, investigate and discuss a wide range of texts that contain different cultures, lifestyles, relationships, social customs, attitudes and beliefs. They relate some of those features to their own experiences and...
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Using Math Virtual Manipulatives

For Teachers 6th
Virtual math manipulatives are tools designed to help pupils understand mathematical concepts. Sixth graders will use a manipulative called Laser Beams to practice estimating to find sums, differences, quotients, and products. This is...
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Exploring the Planets

For Teachers 3rd - 4th
Students explore the internet world of Second Life and compare the characteristics of the planets. For this planets lesson plan, students compare the similarities and differences by interviewing each other about the planets after...
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Pumpkin, Pumpkin: Four Stages of Growth

For Teachers K
Students investigate the growth of a pumpkin, identifying the four stages of a pumpkin. In this pumpkin lesson, students explore how a pumpkin grows. Students listen to the different stages of a pumpkin as the teacher reads the book,...
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Esperanza Rising- Comprehension Strategies

For Teachers 6th
Sixth graders explore Hispanic culture. In this introductory lesson, 6th graders preview Esperanza Rising, discuss Spanish culture, and define ethnic terms used: Hispanic, Latino, Chicano, and Mexican American.  Students prepare to read...
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Similarities and Differences in a Text

For Teachers K Standards
Create a T chart of similarities and differences between the past and present from the story Long Ago and Today. Using their handy T chart, youngsters will chart things that are the same or different today and long ago. They'll draw a...
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Physical and Chemical Changes

For Students 5th - 8th
In this physical and chemical changes worksheet, students use the picture cards to record the differences between physical and chemical changes of the items on the cards. Students complete this for 18 cards.
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Role Models

For Teachers K - 1st
Young scholars consider what makes a role model. In this positive qualities lesson plan, students read and discuss several books that have characters describing themselves in a positive manner. Young scholars illustrate a self portrait,...
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I Am More Than You See

For Teachers 6th - 8th
Students discuss the effects of gender bias and stereotyping by identifying personal interests and values. In this sociology lesson, students iscuss the forces in society which cause gender discrimination, create poems about themselves,...
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How Are We Different?

For Teachers K - 3rd
Students discuss the differences between boys and girls.  In this acceptance lesson, students view pictures of boys and girls and use a Venn Diagram to chart their differences.  Students discuss boy activities and girl activities and if...
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For Teachers 1st
First graders learn healthy ways to express their feelings, needs and wants.  In this bullying instructional activity, 1st graders read A Bad Case of the Stripes, discuss why the main character is getting bullied, dicuss why it's okay to...
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We are all alike, We are all different

For Teachers K
Students investigate similarites and differences. In this  multi-cultural lesson, students discuss how people are alike and how they are different by comparing apples to people.