"Stand Tall, Molly Lou Lemon" is about a little girl who stands tall and likes herself, even when another student tries to make her feel bad. Watch the video and then answer the questions. What do you like the best about yourself? Who is your cheerleader? How can you stand up for others? 1. Click the add response button. 2. Click on the link to watch the video to watch the story, "Stand Tall, Molly Lou Lemon" written by Patty Lovell and illustrated by David Catrow. 3. Return to Seesaw and answer the questions. Click on the caption for the directions. You can use the writing tool or the recording tool to answer the questions. 4. Click on the green checkmark to upload your work.
Molly Lou Melon is a little girl really liked herself even when Ronald Durkin was bullying her. What do you like about yourself? Molly Lou Melon's biggest cheerleader! Do you have a cheerleader? Who are they? Lastly, how can you stand up for others? Use the sentence starters to answer the questions or use the recording tool to record your answers. Then, click on the green checkmark to upload your work.
International STAND UP to bullying Day is in February. This is a great story to recognize the importance of standing tall and being yourself even when others are trying to bring you down! Poster and questions from Project Cornerstone: https://www.ymcasv.org/ymca-project-cornerstone The video will open into a new window without comments or suggested videos.