The feeling of being left out or not belonging is not a good one. Do you think you had similar feelings as Ruby Bridges did when she was the only African American in her school? In this second lesson on Rudy Bridges, you will look at her bravery and think about what brave things you can do to make this world a better place for others. If you have not finished the first lesson on Ruby Bridges you can go back to that lesson to learn more about her life. If you started with this lesson, you can learn her story by listening to Ruby Bridges Goes to School: My True Story by Ruby Bridges (below).
If you have finished the first lesson, you may want to review by listening to the story a second time. The story Ruby Bridges Goes to School: My True Story was written by Rudy Bridges after she became an adult.
Before listening to the story, Print off Listening to Ruby Bridges found in the Downloadable Resources in the right-hand sidebar. Towards the end of the story, Rudy Bridges gives you and all children a great message. Listen for the message and when you hear it write and/or draw out the message. You can hang your paper in your room or on the refrigerator to have as a reminder of how we should treat people.