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Immigrating and cultural diversity are central to the characteristics of the American experience. The United States accepts immigrants from more places around the world than any other nation. During the past century, the mix of people in the United States has become more varied which has impacted American classrooms. There is growing body of evidence that links multicultural education to improved academic performance and many states have adopted general goals, recognising the value of ethnic and cultural diversity.
Each of the Multicultural Holidays Explored in this volume includes:
*No refund on this item: Was: $19.80* *Reduced by 20% - Now $15.80* In the 2nd edition of this book Dakota friendly wolf teaches children lessons about life using experiences he had with other animals. After hearing Dakota tell about a challenging event in his life the leader stops the story before hearing Dakota's solution to the problem. During Paws Times children work together in small groups called Wolf Packs to brainstorm ideas listen to others and think of the best possible solutions to Dakota's challenge. After each Wolf Pack... More info
Thumball is a soft stuffed ball to throw, roll, or pass in a circle or randomly. Catch it! Look under your thumb. Respond to the prompt. Kids absolutely love this interactive tool that will get them talking and sharing. Without even knowing it, you will be encouraging the use of interpersonal skills including taking turns, eye contact, listening, responding, valuing similarities and respecting individual differences. Players read and respond to prompts and discuss ways to bounce back when difficult situations arise. The facilitator chooses one of three ways for... More info
All of us make many, many choices each day. Each choice will result in something that will happen afterwards. If we “Stop” and “Think” before we act, we are much more likely to make better choices. This book will help children learn about choices they make every day and their outcomes or consequences. It presents several common, real-life situations, each with a choice to be made. Children are encouraged to compare what will likely happen if they make a good choice, versus a bad choice. Children are told to... More info