By: Susan DeBell
Reviews from Educators:
"This book is a must have in your classroom library!"
"This book does a perfect job of defining empathy and even provides a scenario that the students can relate to."
"I really enjoyed the moral of the story and I feel like reading this book out loud gives the students a clear example of how to treat others and how to put yourself in their shoes."
"This is a must read at the beginning of the year. We have all heard of standing in someone's shoes, but do kids understand what that means? I will have this story in my library to read to all students at the beginning of the year."
Project Cornerstone's ABC (Asset Building Champions) Program BOOK OF THE MONTH - MARCH 2014
Miranda Peabody had no patience for the other students in class and just didn't understand why they couldn't be as smart and talented as she was. Her teacher Mrs. Klemp suggested that she try to understand other people by 'standing in their shoes.' After much searching she learns the true meaning of 'standing in someone else's shoes' and having empathy for others. This full-color illustrated storybook for grades PK-4 includes discussion questions as well as activities to enhance learning about empathy.
How Do I Stand In Your Shoes? Lesson and Activity Guide is the perfect companion to this best-selling book
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