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We’re All Wonders Mini Book {FREEBIE}

So if you’ve stopped by before, you know that I am a HUGE reader and I will pick up anything and try it out!  Well, a few years ago, I saw so many friends posting about Wonder that I knew I needed to read it. Of course, I loved it {and uncharacteristically, sobbed throughout the book}

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I then eagerly awaited the rest of the series. And very patiently for R.J. Palacio’s latest release, We’re All Wonders.

You guys, this picture book spin-off is just delightful! It is perfect for Kindergarten through second-grade learners.

After reading the story, we had such a thought-provoking conversation about what it may feel like to be different. Kids shared stories {of course!} about what it felt like when someone made fun of their shoes, their hair color, their name, etc.

At the end of the story, Auggie says, “I know I can’t change the way I look. But maybe, just maybe people can change the way they  see…”

We chatted about what we would/should/will change how we see the world around us.

I just LOVE the list they came up with:
• how we treat the elderly
• being kinder to those with special needs
• loving who we are
• being more helpful to those around us
• not staring at someone who looks different than us
• asking to help someone who may need it

My favorite line was from a kiddo who said, “We are all the same…because we are DIFFERENT!”

To follow up the conversation, we completed these little mini books! Want this mini-book?

Of course, I had to print it on blue Astrobright paper…because everything is more fun in color, right? Just print & fold and you’re good to go!

Hope your students love this story and activity!


7 Responses

  1. Hi, Molly. many thanks for this! My mom and I are teachers. She wants to send you kisses for making this mini book. love!

  2. I’m going to use this with my 2nd graders this week! I’m so excited to use this! Thanks so much!!

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