When Should We Be Tolerant?
Invite children to examine different situations that require tolerance with this fun and challenging worksheet.
To complete the activity simply fill in a phrase or word for each letter of the alphabet that illustrates tolerance. Learners are encouraged to write down different situations that may require them to be tolerant of others. Some examples could include, W—waiting in line, B—babysitting, E—eating a new recipe, etc.
Children can work alone or in teams, and can track who gives the most examples or play for points using the point gauge below. You can score sheets for fun or learner challenges based on how many words are found. Just follow this simple point scale based on words beginning with the following letters:
A-Z Sheets Point Scale
AEIOUW = 1 point
DHLNRST = 2 points
BCFGMPVJK = 3 points
QXYZ = 4 points
Total score for a fully completed A-Z Worksheet is 63pts.*
*Note: You may decide that extra points can be given for more than one answer to a letter. Establish rules at the beginning of each quest and feel free to make changes for subsequent quests as research skills improve.
Age: Gr. 4+
Focus: Fact recall
Theme: Ways to show tolerance, virtues