This week, American Life League’s Culture of Life Studies Program released our second full-length unit study in our series for students in kindergarten through second grade.
All Shapes and Sizes uses picture books to teach students how to respect people with disabilities.
In All Shapes and Sizes, students explore:
- What it means to have conditions like Down syndrome or autism
- What it feels like to be left out
- How every person, old and young, deserves respect
As with our other lessons and unit studies for young students, All Shapes and Sizes uses picture books, crafts, and other activities to keep students engaged in learning about the gospel of life in a way that they can understand and appreciate.
With complete lecture notes, discussion questions, and step-by-step craft instructions, All Shapes and Sizes is designed to be flexible and easy to use throughout the school year in the classroom, a religious education program, or by parents after school or in a homeschooling environment.
All Shapes and Sizes is now available for purchase!
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