Students will use various math skills and standards to complete a baseball-themed lesson. The main topics of this lesson include percentages, rates, and geometry.
In this lesson, students will compare inclusive and prejudicial behaviors. Additionally, students will identify how they can be positive toward their peers and utilize inclusive behaviors.
In this lesson, students learn why it is important to have personal values. Students will identify a list of core values and discuss how to bring these values into their everyday life and communities.
In this lesson, students will analyze character traits using the book, Playing for Change, by Kelly Brown. As an extension, students will identify positive character traits in themselves and others.
In this lesson, students will recognize acts of kindness in their classroom community. They will then demonstrate these actions by competing in a kindness bingo activity.
In this lesson, students will take action to demonstrate kindness to others in their school community. Additionally, students will use basic math skills of skip counting and/or multiplication to tally their actions.
In this lesson, students will recognize and celebrate their differences and diversity within their classroom community by creating a classroom tree to display. Additionally, they will discuss the importance of inclusivity and acceptance.
In this lesson, students investigate how one person can make a difference. They will examine Neil Gaiman’s crowdsourcing fan ideas to develop a poem supporting refugees.Students tap into their creativity to create a “welcome to the US” resource for refugees. The resource places the student in a mentor role to the refugee(s). It shares vital themes that refugees need to know/be able to do to thrive and succeed as a member of US society.