Robbinsdale Area Schools

SECOND STEP WEEK OF FEBRUARY 6th

SECOND STEP WEEK OF FEBRUARY 6th

 

KINDERGARTEN - Lesson 14: Kindness at School

Unit 3 Overview

Summary

In this week’s lesson, your child will learn different ways they can show kindness at school. The class will share ideas for kind acts they could do for one another.

Try This at Home

Ask your child to tell you about the kind acts they and their classmates have been doing for one another at school this week.

GRADE 1 - Lesson 14: Practicing Kind Acts

Unit 3 Overview

Summary

In this week’s lesson, your child will role-play doing kinds acts in response to different scenarios.

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Ask your child to tell you about the kind acts they and their classmates have been learning about at school this week.

GRADE 2 - Lesson 14: Empathy at School

Unit 3 Overview 

Summary

In this week’s lesson, your child will use empathy to come up with a kind act they could do for a person in their school community.

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Ask your child what member of their school community they had empathy for and what kind act they chose to do for that person.

GRADE 3 - Lesson 14: Asking Questions

Unit 3 Overview

Summary

In this week’s lesson, your child will practice asking questions to help them understand how someone else is feeling and what they can do to help.

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Ask your child what questions they can ask to find out how someone feels and what they may want or need. Discuss how checking in on someone’s feelings is a great way to show you care about them.

GRADE 4 - Lesson 14: Changing Your Mind

Unit 3 Overview

Summary

In this week’s lesson, your child will learn that better understanding someone’s point of view can change your own point of view and how you act.

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Ask your child to describe a time when learning more about a different point of view changed their own thoughts or actions. Tell your child about a time when this happened to you.

GRADE 5 - Lesson 14: Community Solutions

Unit 3 Overview

Summary

In this lesson, your child will evaluate possible solutions to a community problem by thinking about the points of view of the people who are affected by the problem.

Try This at Home

Point out a problem in your neighborhood that affects other people. With your child, make a list of possible solutions to the problem. Ask your child how different groups in the community might feel about each solution.