The Rights of Robots
Robots have rights ... In this lesson Dave and Boris discover that with rights comes responsibility. In this lesson children will learn the benefit of serving others in their environment. Students will learn that with privilege comes an invitation to serve.
Materials Required: pencil and paper (colored pencils and markers optional)
Age Group: Late Elementary/KS2
This lesson cross references the SEL Core Competency: 'Social Awareness' from the CASEL 5.
This lesson cross-references with B-SMS 1. from the ASCA Mindset and Behavior Standards.
CF1 : Caring Friendships - how important friendships are in making us feel happy.
CF2 : Caring Friendships - the characteristics of friendships, including kindness and generosity.
CF3 : Caring Friendships - that healthy friendships are positive and do not exclude others
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How Many Robots...
How many robots does it take to change a lightbulb? ... depends on the lightbulb. In this video lesson Dave and Boris learn some practical tools about how to spread love to people who are hurting. Dave explains that people are like lightbulbs; sometimes lightbulbs are tricky and hard to fix, othe...