Who We Are

Kindergarten Classes at Makowski

Central Idea:

A person's uniqueness influences their relationships.

Lines of Inquiry:

  1. Everyone is unique.
  2. Common attributes are the characteristics that create groups.
  3. My experiences shape who I am.
  4. I have both similarities and differences from my classmates.

Key Concepts:

Related Concepts:

  • Relationships
  • Similarities
  • Differences
  • Opinion
  • Uniqueness

Learner Profile:

Big picture

Approaches to Learning:

Self-Management Skills

  • I can make choices to stay safe.
  • I can make choices to be healthy.
  • I know the rules and follow them.
  • I can speak up for others.
  • I have an open mind and can appreciate differences.

Essential Questions:

  • How do we stay safe and organized?
  • Why is it important to be unique?
  • How do our experiences shape who we are?
  • In what ways are we alike with each other?
  • In what ways are we different from each other?
  • How do I describe myself?

Try these at home!

All About Me Book For Preschool and Kindergarten
33 POSITIVE AFFIRMATIONS FOR KIDS SELF ESTEEM - (WATCH AT LEAST ONCE A DAY!) | SandZ Affirmations
"We Are All Alike, We Are All Different"
It's Okay to Be Different - a Read-Aloud with Todd Parr | NO SMALL MATTER