Encourage your child to help with dinner preparations this holiday season! You can use this recipe for Christmas dinner or lunch, or for meals leading up to the holiday. This Christmas Wreath Salad recipe is simple enough for preschoolers to fifth graders
Cultivating resilience is one of the most important ways we can overcome challenges and reach our goals. In this activity, children will explore the concept of resilience and then create a video to explain and teach resilience to others.
In this activity, your child will reflect on one role model in their life or research one historical figure that has displayed perseverance. Then, they will create a slideshow presentation or poster that defines and illustrates perseverance.
Judgements assumptions about others can cause disconnect in relationships and communities. In this social emotional learning activity, kids will explore how to break through assumptions and create a colorful bracelet that represents unity.
In this real-world exercise about the Teal Pumpkin Project, your child will create a persuasive poster to spread the word about the project in the hopes of convincing people to offer non-food trinkets this Halloween season.
In this activity, your child will reflect on how adults can learn from kids. They will watch a TED Talk presented by a 12-year-old girl about the power of young people’s ideas and teachings, and they will generate some of their own unique ideas.
Children will learn about the terms "stewardship," "resilience," and "climate change" and research young climate change activists who are striving to make a difference. Then, they'll create a painting of the Earth that represents harmony, resilience, and
Leadership is a word that can hold many meanings. In this activity, your child will define the word "leadership," learn more about a leader they admire, and reflect on their leadership. Finally, your child will reflect on how they too are a leader!