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HEART Humane Education: Being an Upstander (Grades K-2)
ESSENTIAL QUESTION How can students safely stand up for others who are being treated unkindly by their peers? OVERVIEW Students will learn the difference between an upstander and a bystander, participate in a survey to help eliminate misconceptions that could prevent upstander behavior, learn safe
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HEART Humane Education: What Would You Do? (Grades K-2)
ESSENTIAL QUESTION What actions can young people take to help with real-world problems? OVERVIEW In this activity students will be presented with scenarios of problems and discuss possible solutions. They will learn about real young people who worked on these problems and what they did to help. Fin
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HEART Humane Education: Community Circle (Grades K-2)
ESSENTIAL QUESTION What do we need to understand, and do, to coexist peacefully together? OVERVIEW How everyone gets along with each other can make or break a classroom environment. If we seek to build a peaceful classroom, community circles are one of the most important investments we can make. By
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HEART Humane Education: Appreciation for Others (Grades K-2)
ESSENTIAL QUESTION How can we offer kindness to those we meet and know? OVERVIEW Through role play, discussion, and activities, students will recognize the benefits of kind social interactions in their daily lives. At the conclusion of the activity, students will have the foundation for building th
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HEART Humane Education: Kindness Campaign (Grades K-2)
ESSENTIAL QUESTION How does the act of sharing positive messages toward other people, animals, and the environment encourage kinder personal habits and a more compassionate culture? OVERVIEW In this service-based activity students will brainstorm various expressions of kindness. These messages will
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HEART Humane Education: Animal Heroes (Grades K-2)
ESSENTIAL QUESTION How can animals be heroes? OVERVIEW Students begin with a kinesthetic activity, learning some American Sign Language (ASL) signs for certain animals. Then they will imagine whether these animals make a difference in the world, and if they can even be heroes, as they learn the def
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HEART Humane Education: Becoming a Hero (Grades K-2)
ESSENTIAL QUESTION How can we prepare ourselves to be heroic when someone is in need? OVERVIEW This lesson is written as a 3-day mini unit and will be best received as a follow-up after teaching the other lessons within this theme. First, students review what it means to be a hero. Then, they focus
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HEART Humane Education: What Do You See? (Grades K-2)
ESSENTIAL QUESTION How can looking at a situation from someone else’s point of view help us to be kinder? OVERVIEW Students will think about what it means to be kind by looking at a situation from someone else’s point of view and discover that how they see something may not be the way someone else
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HEART Humane Education: Agreements for Peace (Grades K-2)
ESSENTIAL QUESTION What agreements need to be made to ensure all members of the classroom are safe and able to do their best? OVERVIEW As part of the Everyday Practices for a Kind Classroom unit, we are sharing a few key activities for creating a healthy classroom culture. Students will define peac
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HEART Humane Education: One With Nature (Grades K-2)
ESSENTIAL QUESTION How can we treat the natural world with respect? OVERVIEW Students will visit a natural place, such as a park, field, forest, or lake and record the individual parts of nature (animals, plants, geological or metrological features) that they see. Then, they will reconstruct the na
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FREE - Terry Fox Poster (K-12)
Canada History - Terry Fox Poster (K-12). Honor and admire one of the "greatest Canadians" with an 8.5 x 11" printable poster. The annual Terry Fox run involves millions of participants in over 60 countries and is now the world's largest one-day fundraiser for cancer research; over C$750

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HEART (Humane Education): Activity 4 - Catnip Toy and Dog Kong (Grades K-2)
Lesson Objective: Students will be introduced to animal shelters and service learning. Students will create toys for both cats and dogs that can be either donated to a local animal shelter or given to the students’ companion animals. ***Many of our lessons are also on Nearpod as a free interactive
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HEART Humane Education: Humane Heroes (Grades K-2)
ESSENTIAL QUESTION What makes someone a humane hero? OVERVIEW Students begin with a pantomime activity, acting out and then discussing the differences/similarities between a superhero and an ordinary kid or person who helps others. Then they will learn the definitions of humane and compassion—to ap
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FREE - Classroom Rules "Line Manners"
FREE - Back to School Bundle - Teacher Tools - Classroom Rules | "Line Manners". In this freebees printables: "Line Manners" (8.5"x11", PNG, PPT, PDF). Classroom Rules is part of the larger Teacher Tools | 1,216 Things, which includes the following:Click links for full previews.ART TUTORIALS1. Art

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Litter power point presentation for elementary students
This power point presentation introduces the problem of litter to K-3 students in a slightly mysterious and then exciting way. I have used it for years, and it always sparks a lot of creative discussion and writing. Teachers can read it word for word or add their own input. The setting is in Eas
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