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Learning outcomes Know that it is okay to be different How we are all the same but different How we include people in the things we do
Ground rules Listen and respect other people’s points of view Think about how others might be feeling Join in and have fun
Belonging Why did Something Else want to make friends with the others?
You’re not like us! Can you think why the others treat Something Else differently?
Can you think what each of the characters are thinking?
What should Something Else do?
What did Something Else do? Something Else was not very nice to the creature when it first appeared at the door. Why do you think that was?
Can you think why Something Else ran after the creature to bring it back?
Same and Different
Can you think what Something Else and Something have in common with each other?
Good Morning! Today is ____________________. Suppose you were a ___________. You might feel small and _______. You might want to be big and ___. Did you.
Types of Friends Created by Jill Kuzma, 4/2011 -
The. of and a to in is you that it he for.
Types of Friends. Best Friends Describe your very best friend Describe your very best friend Why are they you're best friend? Why are they you're best.
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UNIT 2 SECOND STEPS BY TAMMI WALKER Lesson 8 Subject: Social Skills/Social Studies Topic: Similarities and Differences Core Content: SS-EP
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What do folks have in common?. Yes, they are all TV detectives! And YOU get to be a History Detective.
Good Morning! Today is ____________________. I get out of bed when ______. After I wake up, I must _______ I got to bed when _______. Before I sleep, I.
Of. and a to the in is you that it at be.
You are always happy as a child. We AGREE because… …you don’t have to pay taxes or bills. …we didn’t have to worry about anything. …when you’re a child,
Human rights are defined as the basic moral entitlement and freedoms that belong to every person in the world. They are things that are absolutely necessary.
The. of and a to in is you that it he was.
Goha The Wise Fool The donkey and I. Who is Goha? Narrators and historians differ in the character of Goha. Some of them said that he is an image of some.
Being good at home. Every family has some rules so that we can behave and respect and love each other. Mummy and Daddy want to talk to NAME about making.
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All the things to show that r is not the most common.
Friendship SEN Knowing and Growing. This is me with my friends.
Broken Circles Pieces marked with multiple letters are used in different envelopes depending on the number of people in a group.
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Jasper Johns. When have you seen numbers today? How can numbers be art? American artist, Jasper Johns believes that even though we use numbers every.
Then we have. to be there that was in I have a.
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Research about Support Planning We are doing research in 5 different places in England. We are trying to find out how people decide about their budget,
Why CR-PBIS? “Culturally Responsive”. Carefully step off the Carousel and run back to your Mom!!
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First Grade Sight Words a in I and is it for.
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