Practicing Patience

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As teachers, we have a lot of patience. Our scholars, on the other hand, may need some support. Give your pupils the emotional intelligence instruction they desire with a lesson designed to teach patience through grand conversation, video watching, music listening, game playing, and writing.   

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Create a patience-themed anchor chart or bulletin board for scholars to reference during and after the lesson 
  • Plan to play games and the relay race on a day your class has P.E.
  • Send a letter home to inform families about current instruction and provide tips to reinforce patience at home 
Classroom Considerations

  • The video clip is from the PG rated movie, Surf's Up 
  • Visit your school library, or download a copy, of The Carrot Seed by Ruth Krauss 
  • Board games, relay race materials, and paper to write on are required to complete the lesson 
Pros

  • The change in lesson format, such as reading, singing, and watching a video, enhances pupils' engagement 
  • Extension activities and adaptation recommendations are listed 
Cons

  • The song does not reflect current, or popular, musical themes; preview it before conducting the lesson as it may not be to your liking