See Something, Say Something

  • Grade: 2-3
  • Guided Reading Level: M
  • Item: 121665
  • ISBN: 9781087605029
  • Language: English
Description

Teach students that even small actions can make a big difference! This relevant, engaging Grade 2 nonfiction reader will help students learn how to react when they see something wrong or dangerous.

See Something, Say Something

  • Emphasizes that students should talk to an adult they trust about things that make them uncomfortable, angry, or scared
  • Provides a short fiction piece related to the topic that will keep students interested
  • Covers serious subjects such as bullying and “stranger danger”
  • Includes a glossary, interactive discussion questions, and a “Civics in Action” activity that will empower students to be kind and good leaders in their daily lives

Whether it’s seeing a strange adult at the school playground or helping a classmate who is being bullied, it’s important for students to learn when to speak up. This teacher-approved reader explains to students why they should tell a trusted adult about things that concern them. The book also encourages students to support one another by standing up for what’s right. With a related fiction story, an index, and other beneficial features, this reader will show second grade students that they can make a difference by using their voices.

$9.99
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