Downloadable Activity: Let It Be (13 & Counting: Be the Difference!)

Classroom Activity for Teaching Students the Social Skill of “Tolerating Differences in Others”

Tamara Zentic, MS


Students will explore the value of tolerating differences in others by allowing students to visualize what our world would look like if we were all the same. This activity will emphasize the social skill of “Tolerating Differences in Others” by having students write down ways they are respectful of the feelings of their peers and by displaying better social intelligence. This lesson is from Tamara Zentic’s 13 & Counting: Be the Difference!

This exercise is recommended for grades 7-12.

Materials needed:

  • Paper
  • Pencil
  • Dry erase markers
  • Boys Town Social Skill poster, “Tolerating Differences in Others” (provided as a PDF)
  • A long piece of butcher paper

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