Language Arts, Anti-Bullying, Kindergarten, Elementary School (K-5), Grade Levels, Lesson Plans, Grade 1, Type, Grade 2, Subject, Social Studies, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5

The Sneetches

Summary:

 Students will read/watch the story of The Sneetches by Dr. Seuss. Students will think about prejudice and bullying. Students will learn that differences are not a bad thing and that no one should have to change to please others.

Exercise:

The Sneetches.docx

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History, Black History Month, College, Kindergarten, Grade 6, Grade 9, Elementary School (K-5), Grade Levels, Lesson Plans, Grade 1, Grade 7, Grade 10, Middle School (6-8), Type, Grade 2, Grade 8, Grade 11, High School (9-12), Subject, Grade 3, Grade 12, Grade 4, Grade 5

Resources for Educators on Including Disability in Black History Month

Resources.docx

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Black History Month, Kindergarten, Elementary School (K-5), Grade Levels, Lesson Plans, Grade 1, Type, Reading & Writing, Grade 2, Subject

Maya Angelou

Summary:

In this read-aloud of a picture book version of Maya Angelou’s “Life Doesn’t Frighten Me”, students will learn about and discuss fear, what it means to be brave, and how to cope when feeling scared. Students will learn about Maya Angelou and selective mutism, which is an anxiety disorder that Maya Angelou experienced for 5 years during adolescence.

Exercise:

Maya Angelou.docx

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Art, Kindergarten, Elementary School (K-5), Grade Levels, Type, Activities/Games, Subject

Interdependence Build a Web

Image Description: A wet spider web glistening against a Autumn Background

Summary:

Students identify with each other some things they like and pass around a ball of twine. The twine represents a web and every student will be holding a part of it to keep it strong. Students will reflect on their own webs in their lives create their own webs using crafting materials. This lesson is designed to develop empathy and use art to express emotion.

Lesson Plan:

Interdependence Build a Web.docx

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Kindergarten, Elementary School (K-5), Grade Levels, Lesson Plans, Grade 1, Type, Activities/Games, Subject, Social Studies

The Toy Box: Introducing Disability to Young Learners

[Image description] Book cover. Title is at the top “Susan Laughs” and the author and illustrators names are in black on the bottom Jeanne Willis illustrated by Tony Ross. In the middle, Susan is on one side of a see-saw and a black and white cat is hanging on the bar.
Summary:

In this lesson students will get to explore and examine toy and adult versions of accessibility devices. The idea is to introduce disability to students using tactile and observational learning. Students will learn that all these devices are for people with disabilities to live their lives, enjoy themselves and access community. It is no different from the everyday tools we use throughout our lives.

Lesson Plan:

The Toy Box: Introducing Disability to Young Learners.googledoc

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