How can we help children to see others as God sees them and to celebrate the diversity that enlivens our world?Order Now See Inside
When you get right down to it, all kids are similar. They giggle, fuss, stomp around, yell, joke, and get shy. Our lives are enriched by all the different ways they express themselves. Yet many times, when we encounter someone with a disability, we have difficulty understanding what he or she is telling us.
If we remember that at our most basic levels we all share similarities, we can use our own experiences to understand other people better and to help our children do the same. more
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* What are three unique things about you?
* Which of your friends do you think is the most different from you? In what ways are the two of you different?
* What do you like about having friends who are different from you? How do differences make friendship hard sometimes? How do you handle that?
* Have you ever felt like someone judged you unfairly? What happened? How did you feel? Did that experience teach you anything that helps you relate to other people?
* If you could travel to another country, what would it be? What would you like to do there? What do you think the people would be like?
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