Let them listen - then talk.

In the example below, a classic Dr. Seuss story is told. The idea is to have your class watch the story and then discuss the meaning and moral of the tale. This is a great project for all ages. Younger children can still understand and connect to the story and older children (even adults) can have great discussions to the meaning of the tale. This activity is also easy to recreate with many other stories from our childhood.

The Sneetches

A tale by Dr. Seuss. Use the video below to have your class gather around and listen. Afterwards you can discuss and analyze what the story meant and how it dealt with diversity.