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Principal janitor lunch worker hool at sc n o s r e p e it r o v My fa Let’s Talk Who did you draw? Why did you pick this person as your favorite? Does this person get you excited to go to school? Why? 40 This page may be reproduced for educational, noncommercial uses only (with this copyright line). From Building Character from the Start: 201 Activities to Foster Creativity, Literacy, and Play in K–3. Copyright © 2009 by Susan Ragsdale and Ann Saylor. org. All rights reserved. sets as School Grown-Ups g P os i t i e er Infl Pe u u s on c fo 15 26 ce en sets as Good vs.
Copyright © 2009 by Susan Ragsdale and Ann Saylor. org. All rights reserved. 45 d Rea ing f Draw a picture from a story you really like to have read to you. 25 Let’s Talk What is the title of the story? What is the story about? What other stories do you like? What do you like about them? Does someone read to you each day? Do you read to anyone? 46 This page may be reproduced for educational, noncommercial uses only (with this copyright line). From Building Character from the Start: 201 Activities to Foster Creativity, Literacy, and Play in K–3.
Ask children to make up* a story about their name’s origin, and put the stories up on bulletin boards. Have students use a microphone (a marker or paper towel tube) to conduct mock interviews with each other regarding their made-up stories. * For some children, providing a true account of their name origin can be a sensitive topic. 62 • Which animal did you like the best? Why? Explore More • Whisper a random animal name into each child’s ear. For example, whisper pig to one child and cow to the next.
David Blaine's Magic Revealed