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Showing Grade k, Unit 1, Citizenship: Learning to Work Together
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Peace on Earth

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Description: Here are four activities you can do to make the world a better place to live. Learn what it means to be a good citizen and build peace in your family and community in the process. Standard K.1.2 and 1.1.2

Author: Barbara Garrison

Lesson ID: 805

Classroom Quilt

Description: Students create a drawing of a major event in their life on a paper square. They then learn about the experiences of all the students in their class by assembling a quilt from everyone's squares. Standards K.1.1 and 1.1.2

Author: Houghton Mifflin

Lesson ID: 231

Grasshopper and the Ants

Description: Learn about the importance of planning and social cooperation through this Readers' Theatre for the whole class entitled The Grasshopper and the Aunt. Standard K.1.2

Author: Lois Walker

Lesson ID: 471

Property: Ownership, Respect, and Responsibility

Description: Read aloud the book, Those Terrible Toy-Breakers to gain an introduction to the topic of personal and public property. Discuss the story. Identify the personal property damaged in the story. Were there consequences as a result of damaged property? What could have happened to the story characters who damaged the property? Standards K.1.1 and 1.1.2

Author: Jeanne M. Jones, Shilling Elementary School

Lesson ID: 864

Tales to Live By

Description: Tales to Live By is an interdisciplinary unit that uses fairy tales to introduce a variety of character values. This traditional lesson uses many strategies including dramitc play, and hands-on activities to learn about respect, kindness, honesty, and trusworthiness. The tales used include The Frog Prince, Hansel and Gretel, The Pied Piper of Hamelin, The Princess and the Pea, Rapunzel, Rumpelstiltskin, and Sleeping Beauty. This lesson requires Acrobat Reader to open and print the PDF files but no internet connection is needed in the classroom. Standards K.1.2. K.1.3, and 1.1.2

Author: Kerri Golightly, Debbie Klein, and Linda Novak, Serna Elementary

Lesson ID: 1004

The Sign Walk

Description: Using the signs near your school/neighborhood, or a collection photographed by your teacher, talk about the rules they represent (such as "Slow School"). How do signs help resolve conflict fairly? Find a problem in your local neighborhood and design a sign that will help resolve that problem. Here is a website with examples of signs that may not be near your school This is an activity sheet to practice placing signs Standards K.1.1 and K.4.3

Author: Myself and Others, American Forum for Global Education

Lesson ID: 1080

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