FREE - Short & Extended Response Activities - A Dr. Seuss inspired lesson for Black History Month, but great for teaching your class about equality throughout the year!                                                                                                                                                                                 More

I love the Sneetches! ❤ FREE ❤ The Sneetches and Segregation: Short & Extended Response Activities - A Dr. Seuss inspired lesson for Black History Month, but a great resource to teach equality year round!

"While today’s immigrants may speak their first language at home, two-thirds of those older than 5 speak English “well” or “very well” according to research by the independent, nonpartisan Migration Policy Institute. And the demand for adult ESL instruction in the United States far outstrips available classes." Read 10 Myths About Immigration

Teaching Tolerance Website: A place for educators to find thought-provoking news, conversation and support for those who care about diversity, equal opportunity and respect for differences in schools

The power of being accepted for who you are ~ Kids Empowering Kids

Matt Woodrum - An Inspirational Kid That Moved Everyone! All that ever ask of any kid that I've ever worked with or had in my life is that they try to their hardest to accomplish their goals.

Sample From:  A Fun Activity For All Learners This activity helps children to understand that our brains help us to do many different things. We all have strengths and challenges. Some parts of our brains may be stronger than others. Understanding this can help us to accepts ourselves and to work on improving those areas that are challenging for us. Kids really have fun with this. Works great in inclusive classrooms or in a small group.

Sample From: A Fun Activity For All Learners This activity helps children to understand that our brains help us to do many different things. We all have strengths and challenges. Some parts of our brains may be stronger than others. Understanding this can help us to accepts ourselves and to work on improving those areas that are challenging for us. Kids really have fun with this. Works great in inclusive classrooms or in a small group.

In 5th Grade with Teacher Julia: Puzzle "Peaces" an activity that focuses on acceptance

In Grade with Teacher Julia: Puzzle "Peaces" an activity that focuses on acceptance. this would be an amazing way to teach diversity and acceptance to children.

Just in time for spring, kids of all ages will enjoy making a vibrant bouquet of paper heart flowers with colorful scrapbook paper, green paper straws, and a heart paper punch. #heartcrafts #springcrafts #easyflowercrafts #flowercraftsforkids #simplepaperflowers via @https://www.pinterest.com/fireflymudpie/

How to Make Simple Paper Heart Flowers

Just in time for spring, kids of all ages will enjoy making a vibrant bouquet of paper heart flowers with colorful scrapbook paper, green paper straws, and a heart paper punch. #heartcrafts #springcrafts #easyflowercrafts #flowercraftsforkids #simplepaperflowers via @https://www.pinterest.com/fireflymudpie/

Bugscope is AWESOME! “You sign up, ask your students to find some bugs, and mail them to us. We accept your application, schedule your session, and prepare the bugs for insertion into the electron microscope. When your session time arrives, we put the bug(s) into the microscope and set it up for your classroom. Then you and your students login over the web and control the microscope. We’ll be there via chat to guide you and answer the kids’ questions.”

The Bugscope project provides free interactive access to a scanning electron microscope (SEM) so that students anywhere in the world can explore the microscopic world of insects.

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