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This is a useful resource for teaching elementary students about Down syndrome, friendship, and acceptance. This can be applied in October (Down syndrome Awareness Month) or on March 21st for World Down Syndrome Day (3/21 which represents three copies of the 21st chromosome). Although those specific dates are perfect times to talk about Down syndrome, these activities and lessons can be implemented any day of the year, because it focuses on important topics covered a lot in school (inclusion, ac
This is a useful resource for teaching elementary students (grades 3-5) about Down syndrome, friendship, and acceptance. This can be applied in October (Down syndrome Awareness Month) or on March 21st for World Down Syndrome Day (3/21 which represents three copies of the 21st chromosome). Although those specific dates are perfect times to talk about Down syndrome, these activities and lessons can be implemented any day of the year, because it focuses on important topics covered a lot in school (
This is the perfect way to celebrate Down Syndrome Day, after discussing Down Syndrome and reading a book to your class such as 47 Strings, have your students reflect through writing and coloring using this activity set! If students were unable to "rock their socks," the first page is the perfect way for them to design their own wacky socks!
Not Grade Specific
Get your whole school involved in Crazy Sock Day in support of World Down Syndrome Day on March 21st.INCLUDED: 1 PDF- Cover Page- Colour and display this next to your "Crazy Sock" display1 PDF- Single big sock (These are the ones I used for the Disney Characters and clothes line in the pictures- See preview)1 PDF- Mini socks for the younger students if desired 1 PDF- Medium socks if you are an eco-school1 PDF- Single big plain sock with no wording on it*ADDED- ROCK YOUR SOCKS- colouring page*ADD
We will be celebrating world down syndrome day in my classroom on March 21st.All students and staff will wear funky, wacky, bright mismatched socks!To get our school involved, my students will colour in some posters to post around the school!They will also hand out colour sheets to each class to colour in and post outside their rooms!World Down Syndrome Day is on March 21stFor more information on the wacky mismatched sock idea see article here:
Bring World Down Syndrome Day (March 21) or Down Syndrome Awareness Month (October) to your classroom learning with these three Down Syndrome Awareness Hundred Chart Mystery Pictures. Your students will practice number identification and counting skills while building awareness of Down Syndrome and the colors and symbols attached to World Down Syndrome Day. The picture options included in this resource are the blue and yellow Down Syndrome Awareness Ribbon, colorful socks for the "Rock Your Sock
These TWO 15 slide powerpoint presentations (.pptx format) are great resources to supplement your lessons around World Down syndrome Day, Down syndrome awareness, World Autism Awareness Day and Autism Awareness Month. These powerpoint presentations are ready to use in your classroom to educate your students on Down syndrome and Autism. Contained in BUNDLE:A 15 slide powerpoint presentation (.pptx format) to use to support your lessons around World Autism Awareness Day and Autism Awareness Month.
DIGITAL + PRINTABLE | All About Down Syndrome Adapted Books - Level 1 and Level 2 | Use this set of leveled, interactive adapted readers to teach your students about World Down Syndrome Day.This adapted book is included in Adapted Book Club. Get access to 700+ adapted books by joining Adapted Book Club, with new books added each month!What is included in the download?Each adapted book comes in two levels, Level 1 and Level 2.• Level 1 - 14 pages with 2 comprehension questions (18 interactive pie
This packet is perfect for introducing conversations and information about Down Syndrome in recognition of World Down Syndrome Day and Down Syndrome Awareness Month. Students will learn about what Down Syndrome is, characteristics of Down Syndrome, and the importance of awareness and inclusion. Included in this packet:Three Informational Reading PassagesOne Fictional StoryComprehension and Discussion QuestionsMatching and Scrambled Word Activities to Reinforce VocabularyTwo Sheets to Color and/o
3rd - 6th
World Down Syndrome Day is a global awareness day which has been officially observed by the United Nations. It is always observed March 21. The date for WDSD being the 21st day of the 3rd month, was selected to signify individuals with Down syndrome having a 3 copy of the 21st chromosome.This 15 slide powerpoint presentation (.pptx format) is a great resource to supplement your lessons around World Down syndrome Day and Down syndrome awareness. Keywords: World Down syndrome Day, Down syndrome
What is World Down Syndrome Day? For Kids helps children learn about World Down Syndrome Day in a manner in which they can understand and appreciate. Throughout the book we are guided through an understanding of what Down Syndrome is, why we have a day to recognize it, and what we can do to raise awareness. Beautifully written by a passionate special education teacher, who hopes that this will support the inclusion and acceptance of all.You may also be interested in:What is Down Syndrome? For Ki
Not Grade Specific
Hello Hello Hello! This activity will bring DS awareness to your classroom in a fun and colorful way! Just print out the sock template and let your students go to town with whatever design they would like! For additional spice, you can cut them out once they are finished and hang them in your classroom!-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------♡ I hope you all enjoy!! Please don't forget to follow for more!!♡
Down Syndrome Awareness day is March 21, 2021. #LotsOfSocks campaign promotes conversation about Down Syndrome. This package contains: - Sock Template to design socks- Information - Question SheetsKeywords: Down Syndrome, Awareness, #LotsofSocks
Don't forget that March 21st is World Down Syndrome Day! Why not celebrate our students with down syndrome by displaying two printables in and around your classroom?! The vibrant and colorful graphics will catch the eyes of each passerby and will remind them to celebrate too!**For more resources on Down Syndrome Awareness, check out some of our other products including the Down Syndrome Awareness Foldable Book and the Down Syndrome Awareness Month Printables !
Celebrate the extra awesomeness of the extra chromosome on 3.21 with this activity pack. 1 in 700 U.S babies are born with Down syndrome, and it so important that when these beautiful children enter classrooms, that they feel loved, mattered, and included. Help foster inclusion and a sense of understanding with these fun awareness activities! What’s included:2 Teaching pages with information for students Perfect for Down syndrome Awareness Day (3.21) or any day of the year!Students can complete
Build awareness on World Down Syndrome Day. These are perfect for any grade level since you will have a drawing option as well as a drawing + writing option. What will you get?- 3 worksheets (1 for drawing, 1 for drawing + writing with prompts, 1 for drawing + writing without a prompt so you can assign your own)Please feel free to email with any questions or comments at❤❤❤ I hope you like this resource ❤❤❤
World Down Syndrome day happens each year on March 21st. Educate your students with this reading and video. Raise awareness throughout the school with a colour page designing whacky socks!What is included:World Down Syndrome Day ReadingVideo Link to Educational VideoWorld Down Syndrome Day Whacky Sock colour pagePlease note this is a print version only
This no-prep activity is an engaging way to recognize and celebrate World Down Syndrome Day.
K - 5th
Developing Muscle tone can look different for people with Down syndrome. Practice writing your name with a sock. Discuss how it is more difficult, but with practice it get's easier!
PreK - 6th
March 21 marks World Down Syndrome Day! Each year, people are encouraged to "Rock their Socks" to show their support and to recognise the uniqueness of each individual.For this "Journée Mondiale de la Trisomie 21 " your students will have fun creating their own "chaussettes dépareillées" as they colour in this poster.Keep in Touch:www.teachingfrenchimmersion.comFacebook * Pinterest * InstagramDon’t miss out on all the latest news and freebies for La classe de Madame Angel! Be sure to sign up fo
1st - 2nd
Celebrate World Down Syndrome Day with this packet of over 90 pages. In this resource you will find:Information Page with suggested picture books and class activitiesClass Door SignsReflection Sheet Design Your SockWriting Activity (coordinates with You Are Enough)Writing Activity (coordinates with Eli, Included)Both writing activities have several writing size variations to support students and their various ages and abilities.
1st - 4th
We are celebrating World Down syndrome day (3/21) We will discuss how we are all more alike than different, but share a few features that are a part of our genes and a few features that just make us unique. We will also talk about the special things that make friends with Down syndrome unique. Students will color their hair, eyes, facial features, and write a few of their favorite things and then tuck them into their jean pocket! Credits:Credit for the girl and boy https://www.teacherspayteacher
PreK - 6th
Read this booklet with your students to show how children with Down syndrome are more alike than different :)
Not Grade Specific
World Down Syndrome Day Handout with questions and KWL ​activities
5th - 9th

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