Students develop tolerance. In this diversity lesson, students consider the stages of child growth and development while respecting the fact that children reach milestones at different times.
K - 2nd Social Studies & History 18 Views 37 Downloads
The Right to be Safe at School
Create responsibility and a sense of ownership while you design a classroom behavior contract. Gathering ideas from learners themselves allows for input and accountability from more that just the teacher. Everyone feels validated and...
1st - 12th Visual & Performing Arts
The Talking Stick and The Tree of Gratefulness
Learning how to engage in a thoughtful and respectful discussion is key to developing skills for a collaborative work environment. Learners discuss how Native Americans used talking sticks as a way to help discussions run smoothly. Each...
K - 3rd Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
Kids Voting USA: K-2 Classroom Activities
Address both social studies and critical reading skills with a resource dedicated to the voting process, the American democracy, and the ability to evaluate information in order to develop a stance on an issue. Each themed activity set...
K - 2nd Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
Animal Justice for Hyena and Hare
Discuss what the class should do if they are not being treated fairly. Several prompting questions are provided! After discussing the questions, read, The Hyena and The Hare. This lesson is very complete and contains all necessary links...
2nd - 5th English Language Arts
The Only Boy in the Ballet Class
Students discuss kindness and how to treat others. In this kindness lesson plan, students listen to the story The Only Boy in the Ballet Class by Denise Gruska. The teacher draws the main character and every time that he receives a put...
Pre-K - 2nd Social Studies & History
Use Literature to Teach Tolerance
Students listen as teachers read a different book or a different passage that focuses on the theme of tolerance. Students then write a paragraph each day to tell how that day's book/passage taught them the importance of tolerance.
K - Higher Ed English Language Arts