Global Awareness

In Nursery, every child gets their very own passport.  As different members of the Moses Brown community stop by to teach children to count to five in a different language, they add flags to those passports, keeping track of the ‘places’ they’ve been.

In a unit on space, children learn about the planet we live on and how to take care of it so that it’s a nice place to live.

And in a study of community, they use costumes in a Dramatic Play area and ask thought-provoking questions about the various people in our world: What would happen if there was no one to build roads?  What would life be like without doctors?  Bus drivers?  Airplane pilots?  Florists?



Jeremy Saksik

Lower School First Grade, Global Awareness/TRIPs Tri-Clerk

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Jeremy Saksik

University of Massachusetts – B.S.
Lesley University – M.A.

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