Let's Use Our Big Heart World Words!

When you practice new words with a child, you help them learn the words that they’ll need to express their big ideas. Here are some words you can practice related to “global citizenship.” Before you start: Please don’t make flash cards with this list! Try incorporating the words into your conversations with your child or students … or look for them in the books you read together. 

  • Appreciate – to recognize the worth/value of
  • Citizen – a person who lives in a particular place
  • Common – belonging to all
  • Community – a group of people living together
  • Connected – joined together
  • Cooperate – to work together
  • Culture – the way of life for a certain group of people
  • Curious – eager to know or learn
  • Empathy – to understand and share the feelings of someone else
  • Fair – without favoring anyone or anything
  • Friend – someone who you like and who likes you back
  • Helpful – giving or ready to give help
  • Include – to invite someone else to share in an activity or privilege
  • Join – to bring together 
  • Kindness – the quality/state of being kind (sympathetic or helpful nature)
  • Language – an organized system of spoken words
  • Listen – to hear something with thoughtful attention 
  • Problem – a situation that prevents you from achieving something
  • Race – group of people with similar physical traits passed down through generations 
  • Respect – to honor or be considerate of someone or something
  • Share – to have in common or use together
  • Support – to hold up or assist
  • Teamwork – the equal work of individuals in a group towards a common goal
  • Value – to rate highly
  • Welcome – a kind and hospitable reception
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