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After reading books about diversity and accepting others for who they are. We read about Picasso's Cubism art. The students created their one of a kind self portrait and wrote about what makes them unique. - Mrs. Holmes Eclectically Educating

After reading books about diversity and accepting others for who they are. We read about Picasso's Cubism art. The students created their one of a kind self portrait and wrote about what makes them unique.

Author/teacher Mered “Pidgie” Lawson writes, “Diversity is a concept we share with our students every day, teaching them to respect, admire and celebrate the uniqueness that makes each of us special,” in her art lesson, “Celebrating Diversity with Kindergarten and Grade 1 Self-Portraits,” from our October 2009 issue. http://pubdev.ipaperus.com/ArtsandActivities/AAOctober2009/?page=30

Author/teacher Mered “Pidgie” Lawson writes, “Diversity is a concept we share…

Towers of Tolerance | By traveling throughout the community, this project helps to teach students about portraiture, diversity, and how art affects the community. #MiddleSchool #ArtEducation #ArtEd #ArtLesson #StudentArt

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Happy End of the Year and Almost Summer Vacation! Let your students document their special memories from 4th Grade with this end of the year "craftivity". Kiddos will decorate and record information about their school year on a variety of pages shaped as the number 4!

4th Grade Memories {An End of the Year Memory Book}

Let your students document their special memories from Grade with this end of the year "craftivity". The memory book is shaped like a

In a 5th grade class you will be able to introduce diversity and introduce the importance of understanding your classmates backgrounds; where they grew up, where they are from?

Diversity Quilts for International Week

Diversity Quilt- each class gets quilt squares of a certain color, and students make individual squares about their family's traditions, values, and holidays. Hang up with all classes from a grade-level for a diversity quilt representing students.

Not only a great activity for school, but this is a fun, learning activity for families during the summer! priced item

Design A Game Book Report

"Only One You"    Gift ideas for school counseling interns, graduate students, and new school counselors.

"Only One You" Gift ideas for school counseling interns, graduate students, and new school counselors.

Reading Identity Ladders - I'm the kind of reader who....I'd like to be the kind of reader who...My Reading Goals...A Literate Life - Student Work

Help Students Build a Reading Identity I’m the kind of reader who… I want to be the kind of reader who… My reading goals are…

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