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Grade 3 - Unit 1

Unit 1 Diversity & Inclusion

This unit promotes a community environment in the classroom as children learn to recognize and appreciate one another’s similarities and differences.

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Grade 3 - Unit 2

Unit 2 Empathy & Critical Thinking

Children develop empathy (the ability to identify with and understand another person’s emotions), reduce stereotyped thinking, and learn critical thinking skills.

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Grade 3 - Unit 3

Unit 3 Communication

Healthy and unhealthy communication patterns are explored, and children practice effective ways of engaging with others.

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Grade 3 - Unit 4

Unit 4 Problem Solving

Children learn constructive approaches to resolving conflict, focusing on conflict-resolution steps that facilitate healthy relationship patterns.

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Grade 3 - Unit 5

Unit 5 Peer Relationships

Children practice positive social skills and learn the qualities that are important to friendship, the consequences of bullying, and how to provide peers with support.

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30
Mon
2020
12:30 pm Daily Practices
Daily Practices
Nov 30 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
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1
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2020
3:30 pm Lessons & Activities
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2
Wed
2020
3:30 pm Distance Learning
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