Speak Up

Paul, M.
A diverse group of children have a busy school day and learn that using one’s voice can make a difference in a variety of situations, including bullying, loneliness, gratitude, and fear. It emphasizes small, everyday moments that give everyone a chance to make things right and encourages students to use their voices to make the world a better place. A suitable read-aloud to promote positive activism through speaking up by writing a letter, volunteering, donating goods or money, making signs and posters, creating petitions, or organizing or attending a demonstration. Can also stimulate discussion of when it’s good to share thoughts and feelings with a teacher or another adult.
Career Education
  • K-3