Trustworthiness

Build trust—literally—with a lesson that sparks reflection, grand conversation, and creativity. Scholars construct a trust tower out of blocks showcasing a picture that represents a good deed they have done to gain trust from their parents or guardians.   

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas
  • Make a class set of the first page to handout and use as a reference for exercising trustworthy character
  • Send a letter home to families informing them of the lesson's topic and how to encourage trustworthy behavior at home  
  • Revisit the lesson when problems occur with trust in your classroom 
Classroom Considerations
  • Take class members' family life into consideration when using a mother as an example 
Pros
  • The lesson plan has a clear organization and is written in detail 
  • Provides recommendations for the teacher to support lesson implementation 
  • Lists nine extension activities 
Cons
  • None