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CHARACTER EDUCATION/TEACHER TIPS
Drive for Respect

Submitted by: Sharla Benson
From: Pleasant Grove, Utah
Date Submitted: March 1, 2003

Invite 8 children to help you "build" a car. Have one act as the steering wheel (holding an imaginary steering wheel), 2 as headlights (opening and closing their fingers like they are blinking), one as the engine, and 4 as wheels (on all four).
Ask the class if you really need all the parts. Take away the steering wheel and ask what would happen. Continue with the rest of the parts. Have the children sit down.


Discuss how each part does a different job, but they are all needed. The class is like that too. Each child has different talents/likes, but each has a part to contribute to the class.

     
 

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