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We're Different but We're the Same
Submitted by: Jen, Tomball
• Toddler • Pre-school
Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes by:Mem Fox
Precious rhyming text with adorable illustrations of babies from all over.
Faces by:Shelley Rotner and Ken Kreisler
Features photography with simple captions--great for interaction with the kids.
My Nose, Your Nose by:Melanie Walsh
Shows that although these children are different, they share things in common, too!
Each child gets six di-cuts of people. I used a friend’s di, but I would recommend using any little boy or little girl, or even the gingerbread man. Make sure they are all different colors. I attached small corresponding Velcro squares on the ‘hands.’ The kids attach one person to another, making a straight line, or put them into a circle and it makes a star!