This emergent reader set on ways to show kindness to dads is a great way to introduce kids to character education and social emotional curriculum and to celebrate Father’s Day in June.
Students can read about different ways to show kindness in this emergent reader student book that comes in color and black and white as a beginning activity.
For students without a dad, this set also comes with a Special Person version of the emergent reader where students can write in the name of any special man in their lives (uncle, friend, grandpa, etc.)
These emergent readers use simple language, and sight words to describe an essential concept: there are many ways to show kindness to dads/men in our lives and is a great way to celebrate Fathers Day.
This is perfect for Pre-K students, preschool students, TK students, Kindergarten students, first grade students, and 2nd grade students, 3rd grade students, and 4th grade students.
Then you can continue the conversation with the teacher discussion starters during morning meetings or as further writing prompts or as your question of the day.
Students can then connect this social-emotional learning activity with creative writing by writing one or both of the included writing prompts.
This I am Kind to Dad Emergent Reader Book Set comes with:
- student copy of the emergent reader in color and black and white for dads
- student copy of the emergent reader in color and black and white for a Special Person
- discussion starters to continue the conversation
- 2 creative writing prompts to connect to the topic of being a kind person during writing time for dads.
- 2 creative writing prompts to connect to the topic of being a kind person during writing time for Special Persons.
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