We Are All Different. We Are All Unique!: Children's Book about Diversity, Kindness, Empathy and Respect (Social and Emotional Skills for Kids)

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We Are All Different. We Are All Unique!: Children's Book about Diversity, Kindness, Empathy and Respect (Social and Emotional Skills for Kids)

We Are All Different. We Are All Unique!: Children's Book about Diversity, Kindness, Empathy and Respect (Social and Emotional Skills for Kids)

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For young children, differences can be strange or unfamiliar, because it's unlike what they're used to. This is why it's important for them to understand that everyone they meet will be different and not always the same as they are. The Belonging Tree is a great way to get the class to celebrate their differences whilst recognising that they are part of the same group!

Be thoughtful. This is a sensitive topic, so try to approach it as tactfully and respectfully as possible. The simple message on the diversity poster encourages children to be friends with everyone in their class, including those who are similar to themselves, and those who are different. The poster can be used to encourage children to recognize and respect differences, talking about themselves and others positively. The third version of this worksheet has no spelling guide, but does have some sentence prompts for children. You can use this banner to emphasise the key elements of the topic, and to make your classroom display or role-play area that bit more lovely! This one in particular is great for starting to design your very own diversity display board. How can I create a diversity display board using this resource?There is no emotion that only a select few people feel because our fundamental neurobiology is the same. Circle time is a commonly used activity by schools. But what is it? Circle time, or group time, is when students often come together and engage in a form of teacher-led activity. It can often involve a series of short games and activities to help improve engagement and key skills. This Being Kind To Yourself Worksheet helps children to think of some thoughtful ways that they can treat themselves with kindness, and would act as a great lesson starter activity.

All About Me Poster - In this activity children will draw self-portraits and fill in facts about themselves. The girl who doesn’t want others to interfere in her personal matters may be the one whose environment made her believe that others’ interference can harm her relationship. Maybe she saw it happen to someone or maybe it happened in her previous relationship. Learned behaviours can override innate behaviours We Are All Different: I Am Special Poem Worksheets - These worksheets encourage children to write a poem all about themselves. The worksheets include a variety of prompts and a word bank, helping children to write positively about themselves. We May All Be Different but in This Class We Grow Together Pastel Colours Inspirational Poster - This lovely poster reminds us of the importance of growing together as a collective, as well as an individual.

Why is it important to embrace our differences?

In the first worksheet, children will fill in the gap of what colour hair and eyes they have, and there is a key to help with spellings. We’re attracted to potential partners, fall in love with them, and get attached to them. We have parenting instincts that motivate us to take care of our young ones. Paint a Portrait Activity - This portrait activity provides an excellent basis for young children to draw or paint their own portrait. Encouraging children to look at themselves in a mirror and then paint or draw their picture can be very beneficial in raising children's self-esteem. In this resource, you’ll find a beautifully illustrated PowerPoint with each slide depicting different areas where people can be different. The slides cover different types of hair, different coloured skin, the different people we might live with, and the different things we all like or dislike. Use these differentiated 'This is Me' worksheets to encourage young children to draw and write about their own facial features.

For more worksheets to help children with describing facial features and making self-portraits we recommend: Another level of innate behaviours has to do with our sex and sex hormones. Men have certain ways of behaving that differ from how women behave and vice versa. All Are Welcome Here Muted Rainbow-Themed Poster - Promote positive thinking within your classroom and reinforce a feeling of belonging for your students with this amazing pastel poster. Some may not want to have kids because they just don’t see it as an important goal to have in life. With this diversity poster, the message 'We're all different. We're all friends' encourages children to not judge others based on their differences, and that everyone can be friends even though they may be different to one another. It also provides visual support for your teaching, that differences and diversity are something to be celebrated.

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Great for starting discussions! Explore more resources about celebrating diversity here. What other resources like this Diversity PowerPoint can I use? He says he doesn’t want attention. But did you look at his face when he was called up to speak? He clearly loved the attention. We all love attention. We’re all the same. Then there are others who insist that alike or not, we’re all snowflakes after all. They tell you we are all the same. If you liked this, have a look at our We are Unique Display Banner, perfect for class displays to showcase your students' work. The boy who says he doesn’t want attention may have never gained attention. So he invents a new lie: ‘I don’t want attention’ to protect his ego. But when he does receive it, he behaves like most people.



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