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If you love Boston Terriers you will LOVE this! Meet Rollie the lovable and ever curious Boston terrier who lives on a beautiful lake in Maine. Read how he learns to understand, accept and come to love the chipmunks around him who once made him so crazy!
This product is a fun, sweet character education original story and lessons for teaching and learning about acceptance . The goal of this product is to help children better understand and practice the great character trait of acceptance.
Excerpt of the story:
Rollie and the Chipmunks
(A Character Education lesson on Acceptance)
By Michelle Patch
On a quiet little pond in Maine lived a bouncy little puppy named Rollie. He was a happy Boston Terrier who loved his home and family on Thomas Pond.
Rollie loved to spend his days swimming, playing ball, going for walks, and snoozing in warm summer sun.
One bright and shiny morning, just after breakfast, Rollie was lying on the dock, falling in and out of sleep, listening to his loon friends calling to him to come play.
Suddenly he was woken by a skittering noise across the dock. He looked up but nothing was there. Strange…He stretched back out and drifted off to sleep thinking of the boat ride he would be going on that afternoon.
Minutes later, he heard it again!This time it was scurrying across the rock wall!He looked up just in time to see the flash of a striped brown tail disappearing into the rocks. What was that?
-The original story of Rollie and the Chipmunks - with pictures and without
-Lesson plans and 4 activities
- 2 printables
-Alignment with the American School Counselor Standards (ASCA)
Through Character Education lets make this world a kinder place!
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Keywords- Boston Terriers, character education, character trait, school counseling, acceptance, guidance