First Grade Wow: Not the color of our skin... and Inference: All the apples looked different! I then proceded to cut the apples in half cross-ways to show the kids that each apple, no matter the shape, size or color, has a star on the inside! They were cheering as I made my way through each apple! We then cheered that each of us is a star!! Valuable lesson for all!!
multicultural lessons, printables, and references. Resources to explore the diverse history of musical traditions in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Lessons in partnership w/MENC for making instruments, playing traditional song and dance games, and singing folk songs from different countries and cultures. There are multicultural resources for studying musical notation, performance, composition, etc.
Teaching diversity. From blogger pinned: To celebrate MLK day we did this fun activity using a brown egg & a white egg. We 1st described what the eggs looked like on the outside & then had a discussion on what we think would be on the inside. A lot of the kids thought the brown egg would be brown on the inside. I cracked the eggs & showed the students. *Gasp* They were the same on the inside!" Also includes "Are we really different?" paper for kids to fill out with activity.