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Wearing other people’s shoes

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Walk in the shoes of someone else. …

Walk in the shoes of someone else.

Think about what how you would feel if...

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  • 1. Wearing Other People’s Shoes Read the stories. Put yourself in each person’s place. How would you feel? What would you do? What would you say or do to show you understand?
  • 2. Manny Manny is five. His big brother threw his new toy in the lake. How would you feel? What would you do if you were Manny? What would you do to help if you were there?
  • 3. Sarah Sarah is seven. She did not go to school today. Today is her class field trip to the zoo but she cannot go because she is sick. How would you feel if you were Sarah? If you were her classmate, what would you do for Sarah?
  • 4. Jacob Jacob is a grown man. He works far away from his family. His children do not get to see him often. How would you feel if you were Jacob? What would you do if you were his child?
  • 5. Nina Nina is two. Today is her first time at the beach. The waves are big. One wave knocked her down. What would you do if you saw Nina crying? How would you help Nina?
  • 6. Children Around the world, many children do not have shoes to wear or food to eat. How would you feel? What could you do to help these children?
  • 7. 5 steps to empathy 1. Look at their body language. 2. Remember your feelings. 3. Imagine how you would feel. 4. Ask how they are doing or listen to what they say. 5. Show them that you care by using words of understanding. You can make a difference! look remember imagine ask and listen show you care
  • 8. Photo Credits Manny Source: flickr.com Author: Hamed Saber Sarah Source: flickr.com Author: sunshinecity Jacob Source: flickr.com Author: liftarn Nina Source: flickr.com Author: oldtropes Children Source: flickr.com Author: Joe Hastings 5 Steps to empathy All photos available for free public use.