When people break the rules or hurt others’ feelings, it is important to know how to apologize. Sometimes apologizing can be difficult, and we need to be taught at a young age how to apologize in a meaningful way that is genuine. There are some important steps to apologizing that all children should know and understand.
For this activity, students will create a 5 cell storyboard that is an example of a meaningful apology, including all of the steps listed above.
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Objective: Create a storyboard that illustrates the 5 steps of a meaningful apology.
Grade Level 3-4
Difficulty Level 2 (Reinforcing / Developing)
Type of Assignment IndividualCommon Core Standards
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