,   Ages 6-8

What is Kavod? In this adventure we will conquer the value of respect. Ready player?






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Activity Content:

1. Reading
2. Soundboard
3. Video
5. Soundboard
6. Soundboard: You meet a new neighbor who looks and sounds different than you. You don’t really understand their accent so you do not need to be friendly or respectful. Chances are, they won’t understand you if you say something unkind anyway.
7. Soundboard: You go out with your friend who uses a wheelchair. You of course, choose places that are accessible and wheel-friendly but people keep asking you about what your friend wants.  You politely say “If you want to know what my friend wants, you’ll have to ask them directly”
8. Soundboard: You go out with your friend who uses a wheelchair. You of course, choose places that are accessible and wheel-friendly but people keep asking you about what your friend wants.  You politely say “If you want to know what my friend wants, you’ll have to ask them directly”
9. Soundboard: You are reading on the couch. Your parent or guardian asks you to clean up a mess but you didn’t participate in making the mess so you tell them whose mess it is and you continue reading.
10. Soundboard: You are reading on the couch. Your parent or guardian asks you to clean up a mess but you didn’t participate in making the mess so you tell them whose mess it is and you continue reading.
11. Soundboard: You are reading on the couch. Your parent or guardian asks you to clean up a mess but you didn’t participate in making the mess so you tell them whose mess it is and you continue reading.
12. Soundboard: You are sitting on the bus listening to music and minding your own business when you see a pregnant mother get on. There’s an open seat in the back, so you offer her your seat and take the one farther away from the door.
13. Soundboard: You are sitting on the bus listening to music and minding your own business when you see a pregnant mother get on. There’s an open seat in the back, so you offer her your seat and take the one farther away from the door.
14. Soundboard: You are sitting on the bus listening to music and minding your own business when you see a pregnant mother get on. There’s an open seat in the back, so you offer her your seat and take the one farther away from the door.
15. Soundboard: You want to get into the school dance club. Your friend who has a hearing impairment also wants to. You assume your friend knows what they enjoy and is probably a great dancer so you and your friend try out together.
16. Soundboard: You want to get into the school dance club. Your friend who has a hearing impairment also wants to. You assume your friend knows what they enjoy and is probably a great dancer so you and your friend try out together.
17. Soundboard: The bell rings and schools out. A classmate is still gathering their stuff will you head for the door, and shut the light, as a joke….since you know they’re afraid of the dark.
18. Soundboard
19. Soundboard: You meet a new neighbor who looks and sounds different than you. You don’t really understand their accent so you do not need to be friendly or respectful. Chances are, they won’t understand you if you say something unkind anyway.
20. Soundboard: You go out with your friend who uses a wheelchair. You of course, choose places that are accessible and wheel-friendly but people keep asking you about what your friend wants.  You politely say “If you want to know what my friend wants, you’ll have to ask them directly”
21. Soundboard: You go out with your friend who uses a wheelchair. You of course, choose places that are accessible and wheel-friendly but people keep asking you about what your friend wants.  You politely say “If you want to know what my friend wants, you’ll have to ask them directly”
22. Soundboard: You are reading on the couch. Your parent or guardian asks you to clean up a mess but you didn’t participate in making the mess so you tell them whose mess it is and you continue reading.
23. Soundboard: You are reading on the couch. Your parent or guardian asks you to clean up a mess but you didn’t participate in making the mess so you tell them whose mess it is and you continue reading.
24. Soundboard: You are reading on the couch. Your parent or guardian asks you to clean up a mess but you didn’t participate in making the mess so you tell them whose mess it is and you continue reading.
25. Soundboard: You are sitting on the bus listening to music and minding your own business when you see a pregnant mother get on. There’s an open seat in the back, so you offer her your seat and take the one farther away from the door.
26. Soundboard: You are sitting on the bus listening to music and minding your own business when you see a pregnant mother get on. There’s an open seat in the back, so you offer her your seat and take the one farther away from the door.
27. Soundboard: You are sitting on the bus listening to music and minding your own business when you see a pregnant mother get on. There’s an open seat in the back, so you offer her your seat and take the one farther away from the door.
28. Soundboard: You want to get into the school dance club. Your friend who has a hearing impairment also wants to. You assume your friend knows what they enjoy and is probably a great dancer so you and your friend try out together.
29. Soundboard: You want to get into the school dance club. Your friend who has a hearing impairment also wants to. You assume your friend knows what they enjoy and is probably a great dancer so you and your friend try out together.
30. Soundboard: The bell rings and schools out. A classmate is still gathering their stuff will you head for the door, and shut the light, as a joke….since you know they’re afraid of the dark.
31. Soundboard
32. Soundboard: You meet a new neighbor who looks and sounds different than you. You don’t really understand their accent so you do not need to be friendly or respectful. Chances are, they won’t understand you if you say something unkind anyway.
33. Soundboard: You go out with your friend who uses a wheelchair. You of course, choose places that are accessible and wheel-friendly but people keep asking you about what your friend wants.  You politely say “If you want to know what my friend wants, you’ll have to ask them directly”
34. Soundboard: You go out with your friend who uses a wheelchair. You of course, choose places that are accessible and wheel-friendly but people keep asking you about what your friend wants.  You politely say “If you want to know what my friend wants, you’ll have to ask them directly”
35. Soundboard: You are reading on the couch. Your parent or guardian asks you to clean up a mess but you didn’t participate in making the mess so you tell them whose mess it is and you continue reading.
36. Soundboard: You are reading on the couch. Your parent or guardian asks you to clean up a mess but you didn’t participate in making the mess so you tell them whose mess it is and you continue reading.
37. Soundboard: You are reading on the couch. Your parent or guardian asks you to clean up a mess but you didn’t participate in making the mess so you tell them whose mess it is and you continue reading.
38. Soundboard: You are sitting on the bus listening to music and minding your own business when you see a pregnant mother get on. There’s an open seat in the back, so you offer her your seat and take the one farther away from the door.
39. Soundboard: You are sitting on the bus listening to music and minding your own business when you see a pregnant mother get on. There’s an open seat in the back, so you offer her your seat and take the one farther away from the door.
40. Soundboard: You are sitting on the bus listening to music and minding your own business when you see a pregnant mother get on. There’s an open seat in the back, so you offer her your seat and take the one farther away from the door.
41. Soundboard: You want to get into the school dance club. Your friend who has a hearing impairment also wants to. You assume your friend knows what they enjoy and is probably a great dancer so you and your friend try out together.
42. Soundboard: You want to get into the school dance club. Your friend who has a hearing impairment also wants to. You assume your friend knows what they enjoy and is probably a great dancer so you and your friend try out together.
43. Soundboard: The bell rings and schools out. A classmate is still gathering their stuff will you head for the door, and shut the light, as a joke….since you know they’re afraid of the dark.
44. Soundboard
45. Soundboard: You meet a new neighbor who looks and sounds different than you. You don’t really understand their accent so you do not need to be friendly or respectful. Chances are, they won’t understand you if you say something unkind anyway.
46. Soundboard: You go out with your friend who uses a wheelchair. You of course, choose places that are accessible and wheel-friendly but people keep asking you about what your friend wants.  You politely say “If you want to know what my friend wants, you’ll have to ask them directly”
47. Soundboard: You go out with your friend who uses a wheelchair. You of course, choose places that are accessible and wheel-friendly but people keep asking you about what your friend wants.  You politely say “If you want to know what my friend wants, you’ll have to ask them directly”
48. Soundboard: You are reading on the couch. Your parent or guardian asks you to clean up a mess but you didn’t participate in making the mess so you tell them whose mess it is and you continue reading.
49. Soundboard: You are reading on the couch. Your parent or guardian asks you to clean up a mess but you didn’t participate in making the mess so you tell them whose mess it is and you continue reading.
50. Soundboard: You are reading on the couch. Your parent or guardian asks you to clean up a mess but you didn’t participate in making the mess so you tell them whose mess it is and you continue reading.
51. Soundboard: You are sitting on the bus listening to music and minding your own business when you see a pregnant mother get on. There’s an open seat in the back, so you offer her your seat and take the one farther away from the door.
52. Soundboard: You are sitting on the bus listening to music and minding your own business when you see a pregnant mother get on. There’s an open seat in the back, so you offer her your seat and take the one farther away from the door.
53. Soundboard: You are sitting on the bus listening to music and minding your own business when you see a pregnant mother get on. There’s an open seat in the back, so you offer her your seat and take the one farther away from the door.
54. Soundboard: You want to get into the school dance club. Your friend who has a hearing impairment also wants to. You assume your friend knows what they enjoy and is probably a great dancer so you and your friend try out together.
55. Soundboard: You want to get into the school dance club. Your friend who has a hearing impairment also wants to. You assume your friend knows what they enjoy and is probably a great dancer so you and your friend try out together.
56. Soundboard: The bell rings and schools out. A classmate is still gathering their stuff will you head for the door, and shut the light, as a joke….since you know they’re afraid of the dark.
57. Soundboard
58. Text Input
59. Reading


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