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Water Princess by Susan Verde
With its wide sky and warm earth, Princess Gie Gies kingdom is a beautiful land. But clean drinking water is scarce in her small African village. And try as she might, Gie Gie cannot bring the water closer; she cannot make it run clearer. Every morning, she rises before the sun to make the long journey to the well. Instead of a crown, she wears a heavy pot on her head to collect the water. After the voyage home, after boiling the water to drink and clean with, Gie Gie thinks of the trip that tomorrow will bring. And she dreams. She dreams of a day when her village will have cool, crystal-clear water of its own.
We Are All Alike, We Are All Different
Learn how even when we’re different from each other, we are also alike. When you practice finding our similarities it helps you be more accepting.
Time to Complete : 15-30 minutes
Supplies Level : Light
We Planted A Tree by Diane Muldrow
We’Re All Wonders by Rj Palacio
What About Moose? By Corey Rosen Schwartz
What Are Wants and Needs by Barbara Gottfried Hollander
For young people, it can be easy to confuse what one wants as opposed to what one actually needs. This thoughtful resource elucidates the basic concepts of wants and needs and how they fit into the economic landscape. Readers will be asked to consider the different priorities of cultures from around the world, offering a more global overview, as well as a perspective on what people needed in the past. The text nudges the idea of needs further with a discussion of emotional needs and what those might be.
What Do I Want? What Do I Need? by Rachel Eagen
This title discusses the important difference between wants and needs, and how it relates to money. Through imaginative activities and relatable “What would you do?” scenarios, children will learn how to weigh the pros and cons of a purchase, and to equate smart money choices with examples from their own lives.
What does it mean to be kind?
1.51 video – Reading of a book on kindness with lots of examples for your kiddos to follow