Teach your students to view multiple perspectives through the creative book "They All Saw a Cat" by Brendan Wenzel. If you haven't read this book before... you must add it to your shelf! Its simple text is magnified through the artistic illustrations. It is a great stepping stone toward class discussions on multiple perspectives. I've used it to teach basic social skills and build an understanding before exploring multiple perspectives of characters in literature or groups in history.
Draw a Cat Printable
Compare Perspectives from the Book Worksheet
Perspective Scenario Cards (Great for discussion starters)
Write Your Own Story & Compare Perspectives Prompt
Conflict Resolution Form
What Do You See in Yourself Art Projects (3 Variations)
Zoom Out Hidden Pictures Game
This product is ideal for grades 3-5, but could be modified for use with younger or older students, as well.