"The Invisible Boy" by Tracy Ludwig is my all-time favorite children's book and is so powerful and memorable for children of all ages!
This product is designed for our young learners (K - 2nd grade)
✔ A clickable PowerPoint presentation
that defines and gives kid-friendly examples of feeling "invisible," "left out," and "included"
✔ Clickable YouTube link to a Sesame Street clip
featuring Mila Kunis that explains how to include others and how it feels to be included
✔ Two opportunities for "Turn and Talks" so that students can reflect on their feelings and experiences with a partner
✔Closing writing activity
that asks students to write a sentence and draw a picture about a time they included others
✔ 3 adorable coloring pages
that encourage children to INCLUDE others and make for another great closing activity to complete during class or to bring home to color with mom and dad
I hope that your students enjoy this book and lesson as much as mine did! :)
You will need a copy of "The Invisible Boy" by Tracy Ludwig to read BEFORE teaching this lesson. It is available on Amazon OR there is a free YouTube read aloud available here: The Invisible Boy Read Aloud
PS If you liked this lesson, you would also love this one: (another of my all-time fav books!)
Extra Yarn Book Companion Lesson and Craftivity
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