Resources on Respect

Resources on Respect:

Level 1

"The Grouchy Ladybug”  by Eric Carle
"The Grouchy Ladybug" video of book being read  10:40 min.
Teacher Ideas for using "The Grouchy Ladybug"
“The Very Hungry Caterpillar” by Eric Carle
"The Very Hungry Caterpillar"  Video  2:45 min.
Teacher Ideas for using "The Very Hungry Caterpillar"
"The Very Hungry Caterpillar" lesson plans
Bulletin Board of Ideas for Using Eric Carle's books
"Arthur's Eyes"  by Marc Brown
"Dog Eared" by Amanda Harvey
"William's Doll" by Charlotte Zolotow
"William's Doll" summary by Charlotte Zolotow
"It's a Spoon, not a Shovel" by Caralyn Buchner
"It's a Spoon, Not a Shovel" Manners Activities

Level 1,2
"Why the Evergreen Trees Keep Their Leaves"  Downloadable story, Audio, Student Activity

Level 2
"The One and Only Ivan" by Katherine Applegate
Ivan the Gorilla - Zoo Atlanta video
Wikipedia Article on Ivan the Gorilla

"Annie and the Old One" by Miska Miles
"Moss Gown"  by William Hooks   Grades 3-5
"If the Bus Could Talk:  The Rosa Parks Story" by Faith Ringgold
"If a Bus Could Talk: The Rosa Park Story" Project Ideas   Level 2
"The Black Snowman"  by Phil Mendez
"The Black Snowman" lesson plan   Grades   3-5
"Smoky Night" by Eve Bunting
"Smoky Night" Teaching Resources


Level 1:

Sesame Street:  Respect  5:46 min.

Downloadable Value Posters - FREE  whole series of character posters for ages 3-7 and 8-14

Song for Teaching  “Showing Respect - That’s the Key”   - song from the conflict resolution musical  Ben Stifel

Level 1,2

Songs for Teaching   - resource for myriad of purchasable songs

Level 2: 

Song videos

"If Today Was Your Last Day"   by Nickleback

If Everyone Cared by Nickelback     4:09 min.

"See Me Beautiful"  Lyrics for song by Red Grammer

"See Me Beautiful"  - 2:14 min.  Red Grammer sings song in Great Wall of China concert


Level 2

Respect Motivational Video for Students     3:05 min.

"Fernandel Salomon:  Which Student are you?"  2:44 min.  a youth motivational speaker who had D's and F's in High School, repeated the tenth grade twice, dropped out of school, became homeless, but is today an assiduous student