Imagine You Are A Crocodile by Karen Wallace and Mike Bostock
Crocodile Activity – Fill in the Facts Sheet
We just learned many new things about crocodiles from the book Imagine You Are A Crocodile. Teachers can print this facts sheet for their whole class and students can fill in the facts sheet by writing or drawing some of the things they’ve learned about crocodiles. If you would like to share them with me, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will post them on this page!
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Our Activity: Inclusion Posters
As a class, brainstorm ways that you can make everyone feel included. A few examples are;
ask someone who is alone at recess to play
ask someone to be in your group for a project who is feeling left out
listen to others if they feel sad or upset
smile and say hello to someone who isn’t a friend
let’s celebrate our differences by talking about what makes us special
compliment someone on something they do well
Divide students into groups of 2 or 3. Each group will be provided with a large sheet of paper on which to make their inclusion poster. These posters will focus on one of the ways we can help others feel included. Posters can include art and text.