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Acceptance of Differences Classes for Grades K-6


Acceptance of Differences K-2:  Synopsis
When Prince So-Unique wakes up on the morning of his birthday, he is distraught to find that everything looks the same as always (and that’s boring, boring, boring). With the help of King One-Of-A-Kind and the Royal Subjects, played by the students, he delights in identifying the things that make us all different. But when his Uncle Snowball comes to visit, Prince So-Unique is suddenly presented with someone who seems VERY different. Will he treat King Snowball like an outsider, or can the Royal Subjects teach him how to be kind and accepting?

Acceptance of Differences K-2:  Educational Objectives

  1. To differentiate between “the same” and “different
  2. To encourage students to identify both physical and non-physical differences
  3. To encourage students to identify both physical and non-physical similarities
  4. To perform a scenario of non-acceptance and brainstorm ways to solve it
  5. To show that differences are fun and a positive part of life

Audience size:  35 students maximum in a classroom; up to 40 students in a multi-purpose room
Running time:  40 minutes

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Acceptance of Differences 3-6: Synopsis
Many children develop prejudices at an early age, when they are first becoming aware of the differences between themselves and the people around them.  In this active and stimulating class, your students learn about commonality through a kinetic group activity, learn the definition of prejudice by watching a performed montage, and use role-play to demonstrate that acceptance can be communicated through tone-of-voice and body language. In the end, your students will help the Actor-Educators to act out a story where one girl has to make a choice – Should she leave someone out because he’s a little different, or is she brave enough to be accepting?

Acceptance of Differences 3-6:  Educational Objectives

  1. To introduce the concept of commonality
  2. To identify the attributes, tastes, and activities that the students in the class have in common
  3. To share scenarios in which prejudice is exhibited
  4. To explore the consequences of prejudicial behavior
  5. To encourage students to demonstrate accepting behavior, even if it's hard

Audience size:  35 students maximum in a classroom; up to 40 students in a multi-purpose room
Running time:  40 minutes

Class Costs
Scheduling Guidelines
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