Classroom Challenges: Cooperation
This page provides educators with access to a collection of FREE cooperation stories for kids! Educators deal with many challenges in today's modern classroom, and cultivating a sense of cooperation is one of them. Our free stories about cooperation for the classroom help educators communicate positive themes of working together, the greater good, and helping one another.
Read these free cooperation stories for kids:
Why is it important to address cooperation in the classroom?
Teaching cooperation needs to be an active and intentional task for educators. Cooperation allows others to balance their needs with other's needs. Cooperation in the classroom does not mean that a student just does what a teacher wants. True cooperation provides a mutually beneficial outcome for all, in any setting, but especially the classroom.
As educators, you can use our stories to further instill these concepts of cooperation, even building entire lessons and units around them.
What else can you do?
Stories to Grow By provides a great collection of cooperation stories for educators and their classroom. There is also a great collection of information on the web to help you round out your cooperation lessons in conjunction with our stories.
Check out these amazing resources:
- Teaching Children to Cooperate
- Scholastic: Ages and Stages of Cooperation
- Classroom Tool Kits & Activities
More Teaching Resources from Stories to Grow By
In addition to our cooperation stories, Stories to Grow By also offers a multitude of other teaching resources! We provide over 100 free bedtime stories, fairy tales, folk tales, readers theater play scripts, and performance notes!
You are bound to find the stories and materials you need for your classroom with Stories to Grow By.