Bring examples of differing abilities into the classroom with these four wooden peg puzzles featuring people with physical disabilities engaged in community life. Puzzle work builds fine motor skills and cognitive development. These 9-piece, photographically illustrated puzzles show that people with different abilities are able to lead happy and productive lives.
ITERS-R: Promoting acceptance of diversity 5.1 "Many books, pictures, and materials showing diversity (Ex. people of different races, cultures, ages, abilities, and gender in non-stereotyping roles)." (Puppets count as materials.) Pg. 45
ECCERS-3: Promoting acceptance of diversity 5.3 "Classroom materials include at least 4 of the 5 types of diversity (race, culture, age, ability, and non-traditional gender role)."
ECCERS-3: Promoting acceptance of diversity 5.2 "At least 10 easily visible positive examples of diversity, with at least 1 example in each of the following: books, displayed pictures, and accessible play materials." (you can consider puppets and block play accessories. Do not include anything creditied in 5.1. books should be recognizable by covers.) Pg. 64 & 65
FCCERS-R: Promoting Acceptance of Diversity 5.1 "Many books, pictures, and materials showing people of different races/cultures, ages, abilities, and gender in non-stereotyping roles (Ex. both historical and current images; males and females shown doing many types of work including traditional and non-traditional roles).
SACCERS: Cultural Awareness 5.1 "Many multicutural materials that reflect the diversity of peoples." (at least 4 easily visible examples including types of diversity other than gender.) Pg. 33