For children 5-8 years old SE.1.64 Ask questions about physical differences. SE.1.61 Demonstrate awareness of activities that can satisfy people‘s wants. SE.1.62 Talk about what he wants to be when he grows up. SE.1.63 Recognize gender differences. SE.1.64 Ask questions about physical differences.

Culture Observation

For children 5-8 years old SE.1.64 Ask questions about physical differences. SE.1.61 Demonstrate awareness of activities that can satisfy people‘s wants. SE.1.62 Talk about what he wants to be when he grows up. SE.1.63 Recognize gender differences. SE.1.64 Ask questions about physical differences.

Freebie! This resource contains a lesson for both reading and writing workshops on comparing a culture from a book to your own and showing characters' feelings in writing. It also includes a printable graphic organizer and thinkmark for assessment.

Freebie! This resource contains a lesson for both reading and writing workshops on comparing a culture from a book to your own and showing characters' feelings in writing. It also includes a printable graphic organizer and thinkmark for assessment.

Cultural Iceberg - When teaching topics related to social justice and respecting cultures, this is a good visual reference to open the conversation about the more and less visible aspects of culture

Cultural Iceberg - When teaching topics related to social justice and respecting cultures, this is a good visual reference to open the conversation about the more and less visible aspects of culture

Integrate multicultural fun into the classroom!

Integrate Multicultural Fun Into the Classroom!

As an future educator it is important to Integrate multicultural learning into the classroom, in order to create a positive inclusive learning environment for every student regardless of his or her own culture, race and ethnicity.

12 Perfect Read-Alouds for Teaching Growth Mindset

12 Perfect Picture Books for Teaching Growth Mindset

I don't teach elementary, but it might be a good way to start a conversation about diversity with secondary students by reading a children's book.

I don't teach elementary, but it might be a good way to start a conversation about diversity with secondary students by reading a children's book.

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