We're Different, We're the Same (Sesame Street) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-10-02 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 145 user ratings

" Fantastic book on why we are all the same and why we are all the same. Every child should read this book. " said.

" Fantastically simple. Great little book about diversity. " said.

" I really liked this book because of the subject. I am also a big fan of Sesame Street. I liked how the book compared all the different "monsters." But the "monsters" realized that even though they are different on the outside, they are still the same on the inside. Loved it! " said.

" This book could be used to teach children about cultural differences. It teaches the lesson that everyone is different, but that is what makes them special. It points out the many differences among the characters, but also the many similarities. " said.

" I read this to my almost 3-year-old to try to include him in our study of the human body. He just kept looking at me like I was insane. The different pictures of noses or eyes or whatever along with the text "we're different, we're the same" didn't make sense to him. They were all different so how could they be the same? He also has no exposure to the Muppets so he was a little freaked out by all the weirdness.My older boys might have understood it better, but I didn't like it enough to try. " said.

"* Explain the concept of being different on the outside, but being the same on the inside.

*This is geared more towards students in the kindergarten to first grade.
-For younger students it might be harder to grasp the concept; they may get confused on hair being different, but being the same. It needs to be explained that there are different types of hair, but it’s still hair.

*Use students as props because we are all different, but the same
- For example, I could have four boys with different hair colors/textures lined up at the front of the class. The class will state the differences, but at the state that hair is hair and that’s what makes us the same

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" A great book to read to a classroom of mostly white 1st graders who recently told an African American classmate that she has "weird" hair. " said.

" Great message! Loved the content, loved the art work, five stars definitely. " said.

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