February in Canada holds Valentine’s Day, Family Day and also Anti-Bullying Day. So many opportunities to continue conversations with children about empathy and continue our work in Peace Education.
We’ve written about some of these titles before but today we wanted to focus on one we discovered by chance at our local library.
This book was a delightful surprise. It is absolutely perfect for the 3-6 year old crowd.
It’s simple text hides big conversation starters.
We love the diversity within its pages and its powerful message.
It’s the perfect sharing book for a group of children in a classroom or just simply with our own children at home. It explains that we are who we are, it’s ok to be who you are and that the feelings we feel are also what other people feel. This is an important first step in fostering empathy with young children.
What books are you sharing with children in this month of love and kindness?
One Reply to “Montessori Book Club: Anti Bullying Books for Preschoolers”
There’s a book that we just returned, it’s called One. It is both about anti-bullying, standing up for one another, and inclusitivity. It’s super adorable, and I enjoyed it because it’s deeper than it actually is, – children understand it literally, while it means something more to adults.