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You are building with blocks. Someone comes over and wants to play. Show us what might happen. What are some respectful actions and words to use when sharing blocks?
You are in the library. You want to read a book about airplanes. Someone is already reading the only book not checked out about airplanes. Show us what might happen. What are some respectful actions and words to use when in the library?
You are coming to the door of a toy store. A mom with a stroller is trying to get through the door, too. Show us what might happen in the doorway. What are some respectful actions and words to use when going through a doorway?
It is time for dinner and you are very hungry. You go to the kitchen and see that your Mom is rushing around to get dinner ready. You wish dinner was ready now. Show us what might happen in the kitchen. What are some respectful actions and when you are waiting for dinner and really hungry?
Your next door neighbor is elderly. You are roller skating on the sidewalk. The neighbor's newspaper is sitting in the middle of the sidewalk. Show us what might happen. What are some respectful words and actions for living in community?
A new child comes to your class at school. She wears different clothes and is shy. You notice she wears a head scarf. She doesn't talk loudly. Show us how this might look in your school room. What are some respectfully actions and words to welcome a new child to your class?
You are at a birthday party. You really like the toy you brought for a present. When it's time for games, you decide to go play with the birthday boy's new presents. Show us what might happen. What are some respectful words and actions at a birthday party?
You are eating out at a restaurant. There is a two-year-old at the booth next to you that keeps jumping up and looking at your food and making noise. Show us how this might look. What are some respectful words and actions in a restaurant?
You are riding your bike or scooter around the block. The children and teachers of a local daycare are out taking a walk on the sidewalk. Show us how this might look. What are some respectful words or actions to use when you are sharing the sidewalk?
It is a holiday and an adult brought you a present. You open it and you do not like the present. Show us what might happen. What are some respectful words or actions when you are accepting a gift?
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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