Design alternatives to the book report. Students might make video reviews, design alternative book covers, write a letter to the author or assemble a scrapbook.

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Back-to-school with inclusive vibes

Posted on August 17, 2016 in Inclusion

Is anyone else noticing all of the back-to-school stuff featuring inclusive messages?

Check out these shirts I saw at Kohl’s:

Inclusion shirt

And these great notebooks at Target:

INCLUSION notebook

Or even these darling pencils on Etsy (created by Elizabeth Yen):

More inclusion pencils

What a fantastic trend! I hope it continues and that these wonderful “visual supports” inspire our students, families, teachers and school leaders.

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