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Ann-Marie Bell

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Who is your hero? Gr. 1-3

"A hero is a person of distinguished courage or ability, admired for her or his brave deeds and noble qualities." Who is your hero? A hero can be a family member, a real person you know, an athlete, an actor, an activist and a historical person. 1) Think πŸ€” "Who is a hero to you"? 2) πŸ•΅οΈ Be a detective and learn more about your hero's life and accomplishments. With adult supervision, use the internet or conduct an interview to learn more about your hero (if you know them). Some interview or topics to research can include: childhood, education, talents, and shining moments 3) Use any of Seesaw's creative tools to tell me your hero's story and why you chose this person as your hero! Be creative and have fun! 4) check Tap the green check to add to your journal. Extension: (IF YOU WANT TO): Dress up as your hero and send me a picture so I can share with my daughters! Enjoy the rest of your day with a sense of calm! Be WELL, Ms. Bell! 😊 πŸ‘ πŸ’Ÿ πŸ‘¨β€πŸ‘§Family Why: Students feel empowered when they know others have faced and overcome challenges. Thinking about heroic behaviors builds empathy and a sense of noble actions.

Other, Writing, English Language Arts, Social Emotional Learning
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