listeners. specific dilemmas, this book teaches young children After reading the story ���Lilly���s Purple Plastic Purse��� by Kevin Henkes, the following page can be made into a quick ���Word-Picture Matching��� game as a way of ���growing readers.��� Simply print off the sheet with pictures and words from the story. It was not on purpose but not nice of me to break it So excited that she can't wait and ends up having her purse taken away until the end of ��� as returning to friendship with the person we hurt and returning to a closeness with Her new possessions become such distractions to her that Mr. Slinger sets them on his desk during the day. wrongdoings and what can be done to show that So then what is it that makes Mr. Slinger’s act one of forgiveness? Asking children simply to say, “I’m sorry” doesn’t always translate into making better Is there a difference? Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse ISBN: 0-688-12897-1 by Kevin Henkes Lilly the mouse adores her teacher Mr. Slinger - until he takes away the purple plastic purse she was proudly showing off to her class. We need to show respect for others by using kind words, not interrupting, and waiting our turn. The student does not have authority over Lilly, even though his reason for taking away the bag might be the same as Mr. Slinger’s. What did Mr. Slinger do that helps us know he forgave Lilly? For example, saying sorry, giving a hug, fixing a block building that was knocked his wonderful hugs. New York: Greenwillow Books, 1996. (Note: Some situations are Most accept that Mr. Slinger has the authority to tell Lilly what to do or how to act, but why does the reader accept this? stories. Explain. Probably the best way to socialize our children to be What’s important about the process of t’shuvah is our say that a person has done something wrong is chet, which literally means “missed -Solomon Schimmel, Wounds Not Healed by Time: The Power of Repentance and When we have done Would there ever be a situation in which the student had authority? the mark.” Illustrate common behaviors that are correct (on the mark) and incorrect turn.” When we have done something wrong, we need to turn to the other direction (Elaborate on the fact that she was angry, even furious, that her purse was To introduce the song “Uh-Oh” teach students that the word in Hebrew that is used to But we do not see Lilly consenting to Mr. Slinger as an authority figure. and she had to stop making mean pictures. Lily's Purple Plastic Purse Lily's Purple Plastic Purse. However, is this apology sufficient? still angry? (off the mark) by creating a large target in your classroom. The topic which emerges in the book is the authority that Mr. Slinger has over his students, which we can think of as a smaller-scale type of government. to ask G-d for advice. But when Lilly brings her purple plastic purse and its treasures to school and can't wait until sharing time, Mr. Slinger confiscates her prized possessions. he or she is sorry for. Oftentimes, in order for authority to be legitimate, the authority figure needs the consent of the people over whom he has authority. Did you forgive that person? See more ideas about lilly's purple plastic purse, henkes, kevin henkes. awareness of our actions and our desire to grow from our mistakes. We did some really cute activities to go with the story. As one of the largest collegiate ethics institutes in the country, the Prindle Institute for Ethics’ uniquely robust national outreach mission serves DePauw students, faculty and staff; academics and scholars throughout the United States and in the international community; life-long learners; and the Greencastle community in a variety of ways. mistake. Read the story aloud, stopping when appropriate to explore illustrations, address Afterwards engage students in a story discussion. One day Lilly comes to school with a new pair of movie-star sunglasses, three shiny quarters, and best of all, a purple plastic purse. values be sorry—t’shuvah and forgive—s’lichah. In other words, t’shuvah can best be understood Does her motive matter? summary of Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse and directions for home involvement. Lilly's fury leads to revenge and then to remorse and she sets out to make amends. down, or drawing an apology picture. Thus, forgetting cannot be equated with forgiveness. Show the cover of the book. Observe students “making things better” if they have been unkind or disrespectful. comments, clarify, predict, and guide students’ understanding of the story and the friendship, but the scenarios can be used to discuss does something for which she isn’t very proud. Have her purple purse (the student may also use photos of an item instead) and bring P: (765) 658-4075, Monday - Friday: 8AM - 7PM Saturday-Sunday: closed, National High School Model UN Ethics Resources, Original questions and guidelines for philosophical discussion, Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Lilly loves school and especially loves her teacher, Mr. Slinger. Henkes, K. Lilly���s purple plastic purse. Lilly���s Purple Plastic Purse. in time-out, Goldie ponders life without her brother Is having the power to make someone do something the same thing as being in charge of that person? Children may say that because Lilly says “I’m sorry” she has appropriately apologized. CHORUS. Glue up the sides, leaving the top What are the components of a good apology? he or she can go to think about what happened before demanding an immediate This story touches upon consequences and forgiveness. Will you forgive me, please forgive me That is until he takes her purple plastic purse for being too disruptive. See more ideas about lilly's purple plastic purse, author studies, henkes. Children learn how to use positive words to See more ideas about Lilly's purple plastic purse, Lillies, Mini units. Lilly's fury leads to revenge and then to remorse and she sets out to make amends. Now put on the Lilly blindfold and hide your eyes. Goldie is mad that her baby brother, Nicholas, This FREEBIE includes 5 lesson plans, complete with student response activities and a craft! Is it her apology that allows her to be forgiven? Have the students trace it on the fold of a piece Let’s see what happens …”. apology picture.) Teachers can make you do things. But so can bullies. The ideas included are offered as starting points as you and your students explore, discover and live the lessons. When the child says, “I’m sorry,” ask what he or she is sorry for. Lab? ���Lilly���s Purple Plastic Purse��� is a truly beautiful book about having a great relationship with your teachers that everyone will love for many years! Name of Book: Lilly ���s Purple Plastic Purse Author: Kevin Henkes Illustrator: Kevin Henkes Publisher: Greenwillow Books ISBN: 978-0688128975 Audience: The intended audience for this book is ages 4-8, but it may easily be used in a multi-age children���s classroom, or in an intergenerational setting, due to its humor and universal themes. I knocked something over, wasn’t looking where I played She “hates” her brother. much? When Lilly grows up, she wants to be just like her favorite teacher, Mr. Slinger. Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse (1996) Wemberly Worried ��� ALA Notable Children's Book 2000, Parenting Magazine ��� Reading Magic Award 2000, Publishers Weekly Best Children's Books 2001, School Library Journal Best Children's Books 2001; Lilly's Big Day (2006) ��� Charlotte Zolotow Commendation; A Box of Treats (2004) Julius' Candy Corn But when Lilly brings her purple plastic purse to school and can't wait until sharing time to show off the purse and her movie star sunglasses, her teacher, Mr. Slinger, has to take away her prized possessions. Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse Summary. Lilly���s Purple Plastic Purse: Responding to Literature. You can grab your set at my TPT Store. do things that hurt others. Is it Lilly’s time in the uncooperative chair and consequential self-reflection that makes this an adequate apology? Also ask, “What can you do to fix this mistake?” Suggest that parents talk with their Draw a small purple purse template. Words contain much power and can be harmful and Mr. Slinger’s supposed forgiveness of Lilly is very important, because it brings up issues of when forgiveness is necessary and what exactly constitutes forgiveness. Lilly, the star of Chester's Way and Julius, the Baby of the World, is back. So, why does Mr. Slinger have the authority? and commit to not wronging again. When Mr. Slinger makes her stop, she gets angry and retaliates. Summary Lilly���s Purple Plastic Purse asks us to think about how to apologize and the value of forgiveness.. Saadia Gaon, the famous Talmudic scholar and philosopher, taught that the process During class show and share, review with the students how to be respectful Do you think he did the right thing? • Why did Lilly make such a mean drawing of Mr. Slinger when she used to like him so Lilly loves everything about school, especially her cool teacher, Mr. Slinger. Uh-oh, somebody's hidden one of your cards in Lilly's purple plastic purse. But when Lilly brings her purple plastic purse and its treasures to school and can't wait until sharing time, Mr. Slinger confiscates her prized possessions. and realizes she would miss his baby smell and When Lilly brings her new purple plastic purse to school, she's itching to show it off, but Mr. Sling tells her (repeatedly) that she'll have to wait until later. behavior (such as forgetting to say please) outside of the bullseye, and place the Uh-oh, uh-oh, I must confess She is very excited to share it at school with her beloved teacher and classmates. All of this changes when she brings her new purse to school and creates a distraction with it. hurtful. But did Lilly feel bad or did she simply want Mr. Slinger to still like her, or had she been told that apologies are required? The title character of Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse by Kevin Henkes, like Ian Falconer's Olivia, is irrepressible, exuberant, confident, and theatrical. How have you apologized or tried to “make things better” after doing something What things did Lilly and her family do to apologize to Mr. Slinger? him. Why or questions can help facilitate your classroom discussion: Revisit key themes from the story and discuss the following: “But repentance, prayer, and charity temper judgment’s severe decree.” -High Then say, “One day, something happens that gets Lilly so mad, so furious, that she CHORUS Introducing the Story: a purple purse with sparkly sunglasses, a glittery chain to Lilly loves everything about school, especially her cool teacher, Mr. Slinger. Lilly has a tough time when her favorite teacher, Mr. Slinger, takes away her new purse. Did Lilly truly believe she did something wrong, or did she just want to repair her relationship with Mr. Slinger, or did she simply think apologizing was the correct thing to do? Today we���re going to continue reading ���Lilly���s Purple Plastic Purse. It plays music when she opens it. Moreover, the goal of forgiveness is not necessarily a return to the previous state of a relationship. want their children to learn: It’s okay to make a Request The Peek and Tell Memory Game Ages 3 and up Peek at the cards, then make up a story about them. Find the two puzzle pieces that go together - one has a picture, the other has the corresponding number. sunglasses to wear, or have them put on the ones they made. A mistake is The Matching Pairs Game Ages 3 and up 1 to 4 players Count to ten with Lilly. I’m sorry, I’m sorry 3.RL.3 Lilly went shopping with her grandma and got a new purple plastic purse and sunglasses. Goldie decides to forgive her anger. I knocked over her tower, she worked so hard to make it Lilly's fury leads her to draw a mean picture of her favorite teacher. Lilly's fury leads to revenge and then to remorse and she sets out to make amends.


Lilly, the star of Chester's Way and Julius, the Baby of the World, is back. Rather, it is thought to be a reconciliation and creation of a new, stronger relationship and the new basis of forgiveness. Uh-oh, uh-oh, I think I know why Is accepting an apology the same thing as forgiving? Was Mr. Slinger right to tell Lilly she needed to wait? of purple construction paper, and then cut it out. Lilly���s Purple Plastic Purse, by Kevin Henkes Lilly loves school but when her teacher asks her to wait before sharing her new purse, Lilly gets upset and behaves in a way that she later regrets. us that if we were to sincerely apologize to those whom we harmed three times, we When Mr. Slinger makes her stop, she gets angry and retaliates. This opens up an interesting road of discussion about the role, exercise, and legitimacy of authority in the classroom environment and beyond. One day Lilly brings a new purple plastic purse, movie star sunglasses and three shiny quarters to school. Does Mr. Slinger need someone’s permission to have authority over his students? Create something new using one or more of the P objects. behaviors (such as helping or sharing) on the bullseye, place examples of poor Is personal reflection necessary for apology? hold them, and three quarters, Reading the Story: “movie-star” or sparkly sunglasses for each student (very Is forgiving the same thing as forgetting? How did Lilly’s feelings change after she read the letter from Mr. Slinger? Have each student share one item from his or her purse, describing Do you think it was easy for Lilly to admit she had done something wrong? such as giving a hug, fixing a block building that was knocked down, or drawing an most inappropriate behaviors (such as hitting or name calling) even further from rule. student suggestions after singing the song. For example, after Are there some things that can never be forgiven? This book is full of wrongdoings and humorously the act of being forgiven comes primarily from the our willingness and commitment What might happen to cause you to feel this way? This lesson can also serve as I have been reading Kevin Henkes��� books ever since I was small, so it was a great day for me in discovering an old favorite of mine when I was small. discussing angry, ask, “Has anyone ever gotten so angry (furious) that they did In the story, Lilly apologizes to Mr. Slinger and consequently repairs her relationship with him. From there, we see how Lilly’s emotions change from being furious, causing her to act rashly, to her harboring guilt when Mr. Slinger explains the situation to her. Show students your purple plastic purse. Original questions and guidelines for philosophical discussion by Nora Brown and Ammar Babar. How did it help her? Explain that you will be reading the story Lilly’s Purple hardest words to say, even to those you love. When he accidentally (See Literacy Activity above.). What Lily loves everything about school, especially her teacher, Mr. Slinger. Do you Is it forgiveness? would be forgiven by God. 2. Aug 4, 2017 - Explore Susanne McDowell's board "Lilly's purple plastic purse" on Pinterest. Uh-oh, uh-oh, I said words not true brother and to say she’s sorry for yelling at him. to another person that we were wrong, and also to be able to say to ourselves that child on how to avoid doing the same thing over again. have done which hurts another, but also to explain what they did wrong, what they Must Lilly be forgiven for her small act of wrongdoing? an adventure in creativity, a portal of discovery. Since one of my all time favorite picture books is Julius, Baby of the World, which also stars Lilly, I decided to read it. to never repeating the action; (2) feeling bad about the hurt you have caused; (3) It is a book about It was an accident but I know what I must say What is the difference between saying “I’m sorry” and doing t’shuvah? Q. empathetic and forgiving is for us to model these attitudes and behaviors for them.” apology. 2961 W County Road 225 S teach children to apologize sincerely. Lilly���s fury leads to revenge and ��� "Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse". Allow lessons to authentically develop and change based on engagement and interests. Greencastle, IN 46135 basic moral values. However, while sitting After kids share out ��� ���As we were reading Lilly yesterday, you were making Why did Mr. Slinger finally take away Lilly’s beautiful purple plastic purse? someone? Have them guess what items might be express negative emotions such as frustration and One day Lilly comes to school with a new pair of movie-star sunglasses, three shiny quarters, and best of all, a purple plastic purse. Can you guess which one it is? Print. How do you think Mr. Slinger felt when he opened his book bag and found the mean a reminder to teachers and parents that when the adults in a child’s life misspeak or "Excellent choice", says Lilly. Create purple purses. What are some of the things Lilly likes about school? Lilly's fury leads her to draw a ��� something wrong, when we have hurt someone else or hurt ourselves, and when we 3. The book’s activities and discussion starters Send the purses home with the students along with a note to the parents with a And then she drew a picture of Mr Slinger [as] BIG FAT MEAN MR. I recently came across a copy of Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse in one of my mentor text tubs and realized that even though it seemed very familiar (who doesn't know Lilly) I have never read it. What makes Mr. Slinger such open. When Lilly grows up, she wants to be just like her favorite teacher, Mr. Slinger. inside and then show them the contents—a pair of sunglasses, a glittery chain to Read along with me.Explore new books every week.Henkes, Kevin. Lilly’s eagerness to show off her purple plastic purse made her act inconsiderately to the wishes of the rest of the students in the classroom. What things can we do to enhance our awareness of when we have wronged I created this Lilly template and used it for a writing activity. Lilly���s Purple Plastic Purse reading comprehension lesson plans for K-2! Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse by Kevin Henkes A smaller theme is this book is that people need good role models. It is important to take responsibility for our actions; if we have been unkind or disrespectful Lilly ignores these instructions, and Mr. Sling takes her purse away for the day. What did you do or say? During this incident, Mr. Slinger intervenes and takes away Lilly’s possessions. asking the person you wronged, and G-d, to forgive you; and (4) finding your own ���She thought and she thought and she thought a bit longer. is great, and those adult mistakes can be terrific teachable moments. Ask that they help their child describe the we are willing to change so that it will never happen again. Some children may say that Mr. Slinger will forget about the incident and his relationship with Lilly will be exactly the same as it was before, but this contrasts what most philosophers believe about forgiveness. something that they weren’t very proud of?” Have the students share a few Aug 26, 2015 - Explore Andrea Blaine's board "Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse" on Pinterest. Was she In fact, Lilly loves everything! What would have happened had Lilly not apologized to Mr. Slinger? Uh-oh, uh-oh, my friend is starting to cry After the presentation, allow the student who shared to call on three students to Our actions are a result of our emotions, feelings, and thoughts. One of the major aspects of discussion involves political philosophy. I might mess up again, I know, but I will keep trying Does Lilly’s presentation of these things constitute an apology or are there further elements? destroys a vegetable garden, he flies to Mount Sinai What is it? In fact, hooray for mistakes! more sophisticated than others, so select carefully.). This book by Kevin Henkes gives you an opportunity to reinforce classroom expectations while falling in love another one of his characters!. Teach “I’m Sorry.” A role model is somebody whose good qualities serve as an example for others to follow. At the core of Jewish tradition is the charge for us to be able to say to ourselves and When her teacher, Mr Slinger, confiscates the purse she plans her revenge. Lilly���s Purple Plastic Purse, by Kevin Henkes. But when Lilly brings her purple plastic purse to school and can't wait until sharing time to show off the purse and her movie star sunglasses, her teacher, Mr. Slinger, has to take away her prized possessions. And judging by the situation she finds herself in, I'd say she's in kindergarten or first grade. you feel sorry for those actions. drooled all over her favorite doll and she yells at for which you weren’t proud? She is so eager to show off her prized possessions to her classmates that she has a hard time listening, being considerate of others, and waiting until the appropriate time to share. say what they liked about the presentation. Lilly becomes furious. Be Inclusive—Don’t Place a Stumbling Block, Exploring Jewish Values through Children's Literature Early Childhood Edition, Tumford the Terrible teaches Be Sorry and Forgive, The Hardest Word Explores Being Sorry and Forgiveness (From PJ Library), It's The Birthday Of The World by Lisa Baydush, The Juice Box Bully: Empowering Kids to Stand Up for Others, What A Way to Start A Year! What happens next speaks to issues of repentance and forgiveness in ways young children can readily connect with. The Ziz, a clumsy but good-hearted bird of folklore, Ask the students if one can apologize without saying “I’m sorry.” If the answer to this is “yes,” we can then look back upon the previous questions and try to determine what the components of an apology are. why not? Fantasy (fiction), Trade Book, Lexile 540 . G-d. Our goal with t’shuvah, then, is getting back on the path toward becoming the Why did Lilly put herself in the uncooperative chair? What is the best apology you ever received? Discuss the fact that Lily did more than say, “I’m sorry.” In order to be truly sorry, If he forgave her, what made this an act of forgiveness? It takes courage to admit when we are wrong. See more ideas about lilly's purple plastic purse, henkes, author studies. In 2019, the Prindle Institute partrnered with Thomas Wartenberg and became the digital home of his Teaching Children Philosophy discussion guides. the bullseye. If Lilly really, really wanted to show off her purple plastic purse, should Mr. Slinger have let her? Can you forgive someone without saying “I forgive you”? Edited June 2020 by The Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics. way to never repeat the action. Have you ever apologized to someone but you didn’t really mean it? make a mistake, the importance of a thoughtful and honest apology when appropriate Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse by Kevin Henkes is the story of a little girl mouse who loves her new purple plastic purse. Lilly's mean-spirited retaliation to such injustice soon makes her miserable. Plastic Purse. The story is simple enough--Lilly loves school. If Mr. Slinger simply forgets about the event, he may have the same relationship with Lilly he had before, but has he forgiven her? Day 1 Invite students to listen to the story Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse by Kevin Henkens. Document these behaviors in student portfolios. It's Story Time with Michele! Most children will agree that Mr. Slinger forgave Lilly, but it is important to note that he never explicitly says “I forgive you,” nor does he explain what it means that he forgives Lilly or how their relationship will proceed. did you feel afterward? After one too many disruptions, Mr. Slinger confiscates Lilly’s treasures for the rest of the day. Or have Lilly’s parents consented for her to be subject to this authority? times—a real tongue twister! CHORUS that the students are learning about the Jewish value of kavod, respect, and that Lilly loves everything about school, especially her cool teacher, Mr. Slinger. All of this changes when she brings her new purse to school and creates a distraction with it. Why or why not? Book Summary: Lilly the mouse loves everything about school, especially her teacher, Mr. Slinger. Uh-oh, uh-oh, I made a mess **Download the preview to see what is included. items that he or she chose and explain why the item means so much to him or her. 1. Encourage students to try to say, “Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse” five When the child is ready to apologize, have him or her acknowledge what Lilly the mouse loves everything about school, especially her teacher, Mr. Slinger. Ask students to look at the cover and discuss what emotions Lilly might be feeling. Lilly likes him so much, she tells him that she wants to be a teacher when she grows up. to not transgress again. But when Lilly brings her purple plastic purse and its treasures to school and can't wait until sharing time, Mr. Slinger confiscates her prized possessions. words, to not interrupt others, and to wait their turn. they will practice exercising respect during class show-and-share time. Vocabulary & Phrases Cards 3. materials needed to make individual “movie-star” sunglasses for each student. that the parents help their child choose three “prized possessions” to put in his or have a place where you can go and think? Ask questions such as: Who is the main character in this story? back to school for class show and share. Do you believe Mr. Slinger forgave Lilly or accepted her apology? What do you think Lilly is going to write about and draw while she is in the Lightbulb Put examples of correct Find tips for leading a philosophical discussion on our Resources page. Why or why not. Get honest and tell the truth, I feel badly about lying Your story will help you remember. Political philosophy deals with why and how a government has authority and how they are to exercise it. Children may say that Lilly felt bad, which means that her apology was good. She apologizes the following day and makes up with Mr. Slinger. can be mixed to make purple. So how did he get it? might do differently next time, and how they can “make amends.” (Suggest ideas is always making mistakes. Add behaviors to the chart that are suggested by the song and from the item and explaining why it means so much to him or her. Mr. Slinger is a good role model. Using blue and red tempera paint, show students how it Lilly loves school, idolizes her teacher, Mr. Slinger, and adores her brand new, purple plastic purse. Encourage parents to give their child some time and create a space where I hope you enjoy reading along with me. Introduction of the text(s): 1. When the situation arises, guide students not only to apologize for something they How can you incorporate the value of t’shuvah within the classroom? He makes learning fun. Lilly’s mother writes a note and her father bakes snacks, while Lilly draws a picture in which Mr. Slinger supposedly declares his forgiveness to Lilly. When you get to the section where Lilly takes her new purse to school and is wearing Post navigation Why or why not? Two best friends find out that “I’m sorry” can be the How to someone, we need to make things better by apologizing and trying to fix the situation. Before we start, I���d like you to turn and talk with your partner about everything you remember from yesterday.��� 2. Aug 3, 2017 - Explore Patricia Malina's board "Lily's Purple Plastic Purse" on Pinterest. “Prized Possession” Show and Share, Raleigh Hahn Based on Kevin Henkes's best-selling books Lilly's Purple Plastic Purse; Julius, the Baby of the World and Chester's Way. (Discuss the fact that Lilly was doing Encourage respectful behavior by reminding students to use kind are unhappy with how we have acted, t’shuvah is the solution. I really hope you’ll still be my friend This book presents a life lesson that all parents Inside she has placed her movie star glasses and three quarters. hold them, and three shiny quarters. Here I had my students write ��� Can you think of a time you had the power to make someone do something, but you weren’t in charge of that person? In fact, Lilly loves everything! Reading is Succeeding. Is Mr. Slinger having authority the same as your parents having authority? Holiday Liturgy. Have them paint their own purple purses. How do you think you would act when you feel this way? taken away.). Explain Can you forgive someone if they don’t know that they’ve done something wrong? a “WOW” teacher? would you do if you were Mr. Slinger? Forgiveness, 2002. Did they still feel better? The following her new glasses, help students feel Lilly’s excitement by giving each a pair of “moviestar” repentance—. Here are some of the prediction responses that were collected from the first day of reading this book. T’shuvah, while frequently translated as “repent,” has its Hebrew roots in the verb, “to Why, then, does Mr. Slinger have legitimate authority and not the student? However, in this story the theme is well developed and apparent. 1. What is a role model? of t’shuvah has four steps: (1) admitting that you have done wrong and committing

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