Help students practice seeing and understanding through others' eyes by participating in scenarios that illustrate different points of view. Students will work in groups to understand and discuss the differing perspectives that arise in difficult situatio
Help your child write a children’s book about the power of living with integrity! Students will draft a short story about someone who embodies integrity and how their actions impacted those around them, then turn it into a children's book.
This social emotional worksheet helps students develop an understanding of the word "integrity." Students will reflect on what it means to be honest with ourselves and with others by keeping promises and making healthy choices.
Foster self-awareness, gratitude, and stress-management skills with this social emotional worksheet. This three-page activity prompts children to reflect on the word "beauty" and compile a list of things they are grateful for in their life.
In this lesson, students will hear the story Lovely and work in small groups to create a book or a symbol of appreciation for others' differences. Students will consider how appreciating differences supports community and relationships.
In this lesson, students will listen to, discuss, and understand two perspectives on a difficult situation. They will flip a coin, with each side representing one side of the story, and role-play the perspectives and reach a resolution.