This classroom guidance lesson promotes respect among peers. Students identify how you know how someone is feeling and how you know about someone's past experiences to demonstrate how we do not always know why someone feels a particular way. Students then complete an activity called, "If You Looked in My Suitcase..." to promote classroom respect and understanding.
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I use this lesson with fourth grade, but it is appropriate for grades 4-7.
This lesson is included in my fourth grade classroom guidance lesson bundle
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