Objectives of the Remodeled Lesson K-1 compare perspectives of a mother and daughter in a story explore the thoughts underlying the feelings regarding what makes things valuable generate and assess solutions clarify values and develop criteria to evaluate toys A Teddy bear named Corduroy sits on a shelf at a large department store. A little girl sees him and wants to buy him, but her mother says no because they are out of time and the teddy bear is missing a button.
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