We are all born beautiful and unique. If you look around your classroom you will notice that no two people look alike. Even if you are identical twins you will still see some slight differences. These differences are what make us amazing. Look at the beautiful tone of your skin is it the colour of snow, honey, chocolate or rose petals? 1. Please click the button. 2. Slide 1: please listen to the for the new Crayola Crayons called "Around the World" 3. Slide 2: please use the to complete the journal entry. "What is the colour of your skin?" Be Creative. What would you name your crayon? 4. Click to submit your work.
CREDIT: Allie Apels @joysofkinder and Rebecca Bathurst-Hunt @inquiryteacher for their amazing Identity Workbook. This workbook was offered free to me (and anyone else via their TWITTER) and I adapted for my purposes. CREDIT: Crayola "Colours of the World" Video : via Safeshare.tv This is going to be a "year long" exploration of Identity that ties into CREDIT: @georgecouros Identity Day from "The Innovators' Mindset" Activities will be numbered as created. This year long "journal" will explore not only identity but elements of writing, reading response, health, art, and wellness. I have chosen to create a Folder in my Seesaw called "Identity Journal" so all of these activities will be in one spot. Perhaps at the end of the school year it can be printed as a keepsake for families! Enjoy!