Sheila Rae the Brave Kindergarten Arts and Crafts Writing Lesson Activity
Read Sheila Rae the Brave by Kevin Henkes. Practice comprehension skills, and connect to the text as you discuss what it means to be brave. (You might tie this book in with Martin Luther King Jr.) Students share a situation when they had to be brave or when they saw someone else being brave. Draw their examples on the purse. Create craft for display. I suggest centering Sheila Rae on a piece of light blue construction paper, allowing the purse to hang off of the page.
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