It’s Okay to Be Different Craft & Writing Prompt Reading Comprehension Companion
This back to school season or as you study Martin Luther King Jr., read It's Okay to Be Different by Todd Parr with your class. Discuss how people are alike and also compare to see differences. Talk about what makes everyone special and unique (skin, hair, eye color, for example). Celebrate being special individuals!
As you discuss uniqueness, student (or teacher) writes what makes him/her special and draws a picture to go with the sentence. Before making copies of faces and hair pieces, allow students to choose what they’d like. Then copy pieces on a variety of colors. Glue writing to the frame (not included, as a standard piece of construction paper will frame the sheet), and create face, hair, and hands for a very sweet “It’s Okay to Be Different” display.
Page 1: cover
Page 2: product details
Pages 3: head, two hands (glasses face)
Page 4: head, two hands (freckle face)
Page 5: head, two hands (spiked hair)
Page 6: head, two hands (smiley face)
Page 7: head, two hands (toothy smile)
Page 8: boy curly hair (2)
Page 19: boy thick spiked hair (3)
Page 10: girl straight hair (piece 1/2)
Page 11: girl straight hair (piece 2/2),
also can be used for straight boy hair (2)
Page 12: girl braid hair
Page 13: girl curly hair
Page 14: girl piggy tail hair
Page 15: writing sheet
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