Primary Gifted and Talented Social Emotional MARSHMALLOW Respecting Differences

Primary Gifted and Talented Social Emotional MARSHMALLOW Respecting Differences
Primary Gifted and Talented Social Emotional MARSHMALLOW Respecting Differences
Primary Gifted and Talented Social Emotional MARSHMALLOW Respecting Differences
Primary Gifted and Talented Social Emotional MARSHMALLOW Respecting Differences
Primary Gifted and Talented Social Emotional MARSHMALLOW Respecting Differences
Primary Gifted and Talented Social Emotional MARSHMALLOW Respecting Differences
Primary Gifted and Talented Social Emotional MARSHMALLOW Respecting Differences
Primary Gifted and Talented Social Emotional MARSHMALLOW Respecting Differences
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We all share common hopes, dreams, feelings, and abilities no matter what ethnicity, nationality, gender, or group we belong to. That message is the key take-away from this primary GATE unit. As such, this unit is a social-emotional unit with NACG standards . . . but much more:

Primary GATE best Practices with a Social-Emotional Emphasis
• Critical Thinking
• Language and Reading
• Creativity
• Science

We use Clare Turlay’s Newberry’s Caldecott Honor book, Marshmallow, as our vehicle. We also use Lisa Markle’s What if you had Animal Ears for a science lesson, but that book is optional. Both can be found in your library, most likely.
We use the same Portable Gifted and Talented formula for primary GATE as always: participatory reading, vocabulary in context, critical thinking questions, creativity, and hands-on explorations and applications.

Active NAGC Developmental Standards
1.1. Self-Understanding. Students with gifts and talents demonstrate self-knowledge with respect to their interests, strengths, identities, and needs in socio-emotional development and in intellectual, academic, creative, leadership, and artistic domains.

1.2. Self-Understanding. Students with gifts and talents demonstrate understanding of and respect for similarities and differences between themselves and their peer group and others in the general population.

Level: K-2 GATE or regular class for older kids
Time: About 3 or more hours
Materials: ½” plastic headbands (inexpensive by bulk online), card stock, and yarn
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35 pages
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3 hours
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