Positive Personal & Cultural Identity

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It's Okay To Be Different

The teacher read It’s OK To Be Different, by Todd Parr with the class, and the children were asked to make personal connections with the story. Afterward, they talked about themselves and their classmates’ similarities and differences. They then created self-portraits. We’re Different, We’re The Same, from Sesame Street and My Nose, Your Nose, by Melanie Walsh were also used as extension books.
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