A Story About Being Yourself Being different from oneâ€™s peers can be hard. We all want to be part of a group and to be accepted and loved by others. We might struggle with whether to embrace our differences or hide them in order to fit in. In this story, the Blue Frog wonders why he is blue, and not green like other frogs. He questions. Eventually hearing a simple, but profound explanation, the Blue Frog begins to embrace his blueness and accept being different than his friends. Includes a Note to Parents and Caregivers that discusses how children experience differences throughout childhood and how adults can guide children toward an understanding and acceptance of differences and similarities they will face throughout life.
Category:Early Childhood Education Subcategory:Parents & Children Series:Parenting Author:Kalli Dakos, Viviana Garofoli, Gayle E Pitman