Beauty is More Than Skin Deep: Examining the Positive and Negative Depictions of Physical Appearance in Children's Films
Third graders compare and contrast different versions of the same story. They recognize our differences, identify qualities that make us special and unique individuals, and create a 'Wanted' poster illustrating a special quality.
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