Scenario 1 .

Playing together.


It was a brand new day when Luis arrived very early to school. As the bell rang, Luis observed how all his classmates were having fun playing. Then he approached some girls who were on the swings with the intention of making new friends, he told them:

“Hi, I’m Luis; I’m in preschool 2 group A, Can I play with you?”

One of the girls answered: “No! Can’t you see there are only girls here? Go play with the boys!”

  • Competencies:

    Accept peers just as they are and understand they all have the same rights and that there are responsibilities they must assume.

  • Values:

    Respect, Tolerance, Equity, Friendship.

  • “Boys and girls can do things together and we are capable of doing the same things; therefore, we have the same opportunities”.

Luis, looking very sad, turned around and went to find the place where the boys were, but they did not let him play with them, because they had already started a car competition.

Luis sat on a bench outside the classroom, and Lolita came up to him and asked, “Why are you sad?”

Luis answered, “No one wants to play with me... I just remembered,
I have a ball in my backpack, “Would you like to play with me?”

Lolita replied, “Of course I want to play with you!” Then they started playing in the schoolyard, and they began to draw the attention of the other kids, who were walking over little by little, and asked Luis if they could play with him.

What do you think Luis answered the kids when they asked if they could play with him and Lolita?


What would you like to be when you grow up?

1.- What would you like to be when you grow up? Choose your profession, write your name and put the uniform on.

2.- Ask a friend what profession he/she would like to study for, write your name and your friend’s name and ask him or her to put the uniform on.

Reinforcing values

1.- Click, drag and drop the correct place for each of the following values: Respect, Tolerance, Equity and Friendship.

Scenario 2

Saving Energy


Sofia went to visit her cousin Cesar. It was a quiet afternoon, and they began to get bored. Cesar was a mischievous and somewhat restless boy, so he decided to play with the TV turning it on and off many times, and he did the same with the bedroom lights, a game he found to be very amusing.

Once he got tired of doing that, he went to the yard and began to throw rocks on a metal box with power cables. When Sofia heard his laughter, she decided to go and check what was causing so much fun to her cousin, and when she realized what he was doing, she was surprised. Cesar invited Sofia to join him in the game and she, excitably, decided to participate.

  • Competencies:

    Recognize and understand the importance of human efforts to improve family life, at school and in the community.

  • Values:

    Responsibility, care for their environment, respect for the services provided in the community.

The kids were laughing so hard that their mothers went to see what they were doing.

Suddenly, a loud sound was heard. Everyone was surprised because the power went off inthe house and in the neighborhood.

  • “Public services are for everyone; it is important to take care of them and to make good use of them”.

What do you think Sofia and Cesar do to fix this problem?


To identify the correct actions

1.- Public services improve our lives; we must learn to take care of them.

2.- Observe carefully the pictures. Identify the people who are doing the correct actions. Click on the picture, drag and drop it in the place of the correct actions. Identify the people that are doing the wrong actions. Drag and drop where they correspond.

Reinforcing values

1. Click, hold, and drag in the place where each of the next values correspond: respect and responsibility.

Scenario 3

The most responsible group


The school day had started. The principal was walking by the classrooms to see how the kids were working with their teachers, she felt satisfied as she watched how the groups worked in order. However,Miss Tere’s group excelled because everyone was participating from their places, the materials were neat on the shelves and the trash was in its place.

Suddenly, she perceived in shock, that Miss Rosy’s classroom was different from the others; only a few kids were working, some others ran around the classroom, materials were lying on the floor, some children weren’t wearing a uniform and others had their uniforms dirty… She also saw the chairs

  • Competencies:

    Gradually acquire greater autonomy.

  • Values:

    Responsibility, discipline, perseverance, collaboration, commitment with oneself and ot.

out of place and the children were stepping on the trash as they walked, since it was scattered everywhere.

  • “If we act in a responsible way, we can get along better”.

Then, the principal thought on doing a contest to see which group was the most responsible in the school...

What do you think Miss Rosy did to win the prize for the most responsible group?
How do you think this story ended?


Identify school responsibilities

1.- Did you know that group tasks are carried out better if everyone works together?

2.- With the help of your teacher and your classmates, fill in the chart writing the name of the classmates to whom it corresponds to do activities during the week.


Reinforcing Values

1.- Click, drag and drop in the correct place each of the following values: Responsibility, Discipline, Perseverance , Collaboration, Commitment with oneself and others.

Scenario 4

The children’s rights


It was late when Regina went out to play at the park with her aunt Sonia. Regina was a very restless girl who lived in a little house with her family, consisting of her mother, her brother Mario and her aunt Sonia.

Regina was a very smart and perceptive girl; she realized that in the park there was always a lonely boy selling chewing gum, so Regina asked her aunt Sonia why the boy was in that condition.

Aunt Sonia answered Regina that probably the boy sold chewing gum to help his family, that maybe they didn’t have enough money to buy food.

  • Competencies:

    Recognize that humans are different, that everyone is important and has capabilities to participate in society.

  • Values:

    Respect for oneself and others, Love, Justice, and Social Responsibility.

“Is that good or bad?” Regina asked her aunt Sonia.
“It is good that children help their parents at home, but is not right to leave them alone out on the street, because it is dangerous. Besides, children have rights that their families must provide them” aunt Sonia responded.
“What are those rights you talk about, aunt?” Regina asked surprised.
“Well, children’s rights are many, for example, have a house to live in, be cared by an adult and protected from danger, attend school, be treated with

love, to be taken to the doctor when they are sick, in addition to many other very important rights. It does not matter if you are a boy or a girl, or the country where they live. Children should be treated with love and care because they are small” aunt Sonia replied.

“What must children do to help their parents?” asked Regina.
“Well, being good, learning at school, helping with housework, and loving them, too” replied aunt Sonia.

  • “All children have the right to a family that loves, cares for and protects them”.

What other things should children do to help their family and have those rights?
What do you think Regina can do so children know their rights?


Importance of family

1.- Family is very important inour life, we receive love and care from it. Draw your family. Click on the color and color it as you want.

Reinforcing values

1.- Click, drag and drop it in the correct place each of the following values: Respect for oneself and others, Love, Justice, Social responsibility.

Scenario 5

Waste in place


It was a beautiful spring day, the sky and sun were shining, the trees showed their bright green color, different kinds of flowers had sprouted, butterflies were flying, and the singing of the birds could be heard from a distance. Some people exercised in the parks and others walked their pets. It was early when Carla arrived at the school.

Carla and her grandmother Diana were very happy observing everything they saw around them. As they went by some streets, Carla started seeing different things: there was a lot of trash on the ground: dirty diapers, soda cans, store flyers, cookie wrappings and garbage bags piled against street lights torn by dogs. Carla asked her grandmother Diana why were the streets in those conditions and the grandmother replied:

  • Competencies:

    Participate in the conservation of the environment and propose actions for its preservation.

  • Values:

    Responsibility, Respect and care of the environment.

“It’s because some people throw the trash without thinking, they are not responsible, because they don’t respect or care for our environment”.
Carla remained thoughtful and asked her grandmother.
“Hey, Grandma Diana, what can children do to take care of their environment and make these streets look clean?”

What do you think Carla’s grandmother responded?

  • “Caring for and respecting the environment is our responsibility. Put the trash in its place”.


Let’s learn how to classify garbage

1.- It is important to learn how to classify garbage, so we can help the environment.

With your teacher’s help, label each container and classify the garbage. Click on the word “organic”, “inorganic” or “toxic”, on the pictures as it corresponds.

Reinforcing values

1.- Click, drag and drop each of the following values in the correct place: Responsibility, Respect and environmental care.

Scenario 6

Being healthy is fun


It was a very nice day when the students were happily taking their Physical Education class. There is Toño, a healthy boy, who likes to eat fruits and vegetables; he loves to exercise in class, besides playing soccer with his friends in the afternoons. There is also Juan, but he doesn’t like Physical Education class, he tires easily, he doesn’t like sports not to mention eating fruits and vegetables, because he says they don’t taste good.

When the bell rang for recess, Toño and Juan ran into each other, they decided to have lunch together. Toño took out a delicious and healthy lunch his mother had prepared from his backpack. Juan was surprised by the content of his lunch and asked:

  • Competencies:

    Practice basic preventive and safety actions to protect your health, as well as to prevent accidents and risks, in and outside of school.

  • Values:

    Self care, Responsibility.

“Hey! Why do you have all that? Will you eat it alone? You will get very fat!” Meanwhile, he took out from his backpack only a soda and chips.
Toño answered, “Yes! I will eat it all by myself and I won’t get fat like you say. Everything you see here is healthy food. I have a ham sandwich, a bottle of natural water and an apple. My mother explained to me that in order to grow healthy and strong we must follow three fun steps”.

Steps? What are those steps?” asked Juan.
“Look, they are so easy” repliedToño “pay attention”
Step 1. Drink water.
Step 2. Eat fruits and vegetables.
Step 3. Exercise.

  • “Being healthy is fun, you just have to drink water, watch your diet and exercise daily”.


Identify actions to take care of your health

1.- In order to grow healthy and strong you must eat right, drink water and exercise.

2.-Choose the picture that corresponds to the three steps of being healthy, and place it in the correct box. Click on the picture and drag it to the correct place.

Reinforcing values

1.- Click, drag, and drop each of the following values in the correct place: Responsibility and care of oneself.

Scenario 7

Respect is the best solution


The school day was just starting and the children were very exited, they were doing an experiment. Laura the teacher had already explained to them what they would do, so she asked Enrique to help her hand out the material at the tables.

Carlos, somewhat of a bully, asked the teacher:
“Why will Enrique hand out the material teacher? He is very slow, and always does things wrong! He looks like a dwarf, he looks like a baby!”
“Ha, ha, ha!” the children laughed and Enrique sat down and became very quiet.

  • Competencies:

    Gradually internalize the rules of relationship and behavior based on equity and respect.Become aware of its’ own necessities, points of view and feelings. Develop sensitivity to the needs, points of view and feelings of others. Recognize that human beings are different, that we are all important and we have the capability to participate in society.

  • Values:

    Respect, Friendship, Harmony, Peace, Tolerance, Patience, Love.

They started to work. They were talking, laughing, making questions and mixing up the materials. Everything was going very well in the classroom, until Carlos stood up and went where Enrique’s team was. He looked at his experiment and said:

  • “Respect is a very important value. It makes you good-hearted and permits a good relationship with others”.

“That is wrong Enrique, everything your team is doing is awful! You do it like a baby. Those are not the materials, and you don’t know anything!” He pushed Enrique, who began to cry.
When the teacher noticed that, she came and asked: “Kids, what is going on here? Why are you fighting?”
“I wanted to hand out the material; I didn’t want Enrique to do it!” replied Carlos, crying.
“What do you think if we talk about what you feel and what you think? If we agree, you can also hand out the material… and then other classmates!” said the teacher.

“Yes! I agree teacher” replied Carlos, a bit more calm.
“But first you should understand something”.
“What teacher?” asked Carlos.
“We all are friends and we must talk before getting angry. We should respect each other” said the teacher.
“I think you are right teacher!” Said Carlos embarrassed. He felt bad and ashamed for what he had done.

“Now, the correct thing to do is to fix things with Enrique, and become friends again” said the teacher.
“I think so too, teacher but, what could I do?” replied Carlos in a livelymanner

What do you think Carlos did to
fix things with Enrique?


Recognize and show your feelings of affection.

1.- Do not forget that affection and respect to yourself and others help us live in harmony.

2.- With the teachers’ help write in the affection card, a phrase that shows love and respect for someone special to you.

Reinforcing values

1.- Click, drag and drop each of the following values in the correct place: Respect, Friendship, Harmony, Peace, Tolerance, Patience and Love.

Scenario 8

I am able to do great things


Physical Education class was just starting when teacher Alejandro told the students there was going to be a sport Olympics in the school district, so they would form a baseball team. They would choose the most capable boys, those who played better, who always made an effort to do things better and who were enthusiastic and responsible, those were the boys he was looking to be part of the team.

When they heard the invitation, the boys got excited, especially Roberto, because he liked baseball and had abilities for that sport.
When Roberto arrived home, he talked about the invitation made by teacher Alejandro and everyone in his family encouraged him.

  • Competencies:

    Recognize qualities and capabilities and those of classmates.

  • Values:

    Effort, Perseverance, Responsibility, Love for oneself and others.

But his cousin Lulu told him: “Don’t even dream about it, Roberto, you are too slow and I don’t think the teacher will choose you to be part of the School team”
Roberto felt a little discouraged, but he knew that he was very good at playing baseball, so everyone encouraged him and told him:
“It doesn’t matter Roberto. What matters is that you play very well and you can strive to achieve it!” his father told him.

  • “I am able to do great things; I only need to try harder”.

Roberto cheered up a little and decided to train very hard to be chosen and be part of the school team.
Throughout that week, when he arrived home, he ate and did his homework, and instead of watching TV or playing with his neighbors, he went to the park to train with his father. He practiced the plays over and over again. If he did them wrong, he tried again.
The following week, in school, the Physical Education teacher arrived and took the children to play and choose who would be on the team. Roberto was the first to start, since he knew he had trained a lot to make it.

The teacher, seeing Roberto’s attitude and skills, told him “Roberto, you surprised me. I can see you like to play baseball and you do it very well! You are chosen; you are part of the school baseball team!”.


I recognize my attributes

1.- Everyone has attributes or capabilities. An attribute is an aspect that we have since we are born and we can acquire a capability with effort and dedication.

2.- With your parents’ or teacher’s help write the things that you do better, for example: singing, dancing, studying, running, etc. After that, draw a picture of yourself doing what you like to do the most.

Reinforcing values

1.- Click, drag and drop each of the following values in the correct place: Effort, Perseverance, Responsibility, Love to oneself and others.


Book of values

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