Every child is unique and different. Most children want to be treated as an individual at home, but at school want to be the same as everyone else. It's a Paradox! When we value ourselves, we can come to appreciate the values of others, even when they are culturally very different than we are. And, in learning about other people, we can find common ground and see how we are alike.n the
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The game shows that some children are the same because they both have dogs, or brown hair, and some children are different because they all do not have cats, or blond hair. After the game you can continue by asking if anyone remembers you who had dogs... Have children name a child with a dog. Etc…
Children sit in chairs or stand in a circle. Explain that they are to respond if they have what Simon Says:
A car needs all of its many different parts to make a whole automobile that will run. Many of the parts are very different from each other, but they come together to make a whole car and are working toward the same purpose of making the car run.