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Day 3

Watch and listen to We Are All Wonders by R. J. Palacio here:

WE'RE ALL WONDERS by R. J. Palacio - Children's Book Read Aloud

Due to the sensitive content of this book, it is advised that the book is shared and discussed with an adult throughout the
reading.

Points for discussion: What does the word unique mean? What does the word wonder mean? What does the phrase hurt my feelings
mean?
How does the main character feel when others point or laugh?
How does he feel when he puts on his helmet and travels across the galaxy?

What do you think it means when the narrator says that perhaps people could ‘change the way they see?’ Talk together about how we are all wonders – include everyone in your household!
The book concludes with the sentence: Look with kindness and you will always find wonder.

Find some synonyms for kindness here:

Make a poster about being kind. Write the final sentence from the book – Look with kindness and you will always find wonder – in
bold in the middle of your poster. Around the outside, record all the different ways you can show kindness.
Remember kindness can often be shown in the smallest of actions, e.g. smiling, offering to help when someone is
stuck, giving someone a compliment. Try to make your poster as bright and engaging as possible. Put it up in your household to show everyone how you can be kind!

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