How About a Hand?
Good literature can do a powerful job of helping young children learn the conventions and appropriate behavior in the community, school, and home. Through eight stories, children will learn to help each other, value others, believe in themselves, treat smaller children with patience, work together, get along, recognize a need and seek a solution, realize that people are more similar than different, and understand that everyone is deserving of respect, without regard to race or physical/mental challenges.
1, 2, Kindergarten
Civics, Human Behavior, Human Relations, Sociology, Writing (composition), Theater Arts, Arithmetic
Unit of instruction
Learning to Give