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Our kids can do great things.
And we can empower them to do so.
This project is about making kids proactive helpers in a time of world-wide crisis. Let’s take our creativity and our design thinking and our ELA skills and make a difference in our communities.
Just imagine if a million high school students turned their attention away from Shakespeare and The Scarlet Letter for a month and used all their energies to try to make a positive difference in their communities.
- Creating educational Youtubechannels for younger kids with music or theater lessons, read-aloudsor science experiment demonstrations
- Setting up virtual book clubs for lonely people in need of something good to do
- Finding a means to connect seniors and children so seniors can read to kids and kids can send seniors feeling isolated art and cards
- Creating a website for local flailing restaurants to connect them with people wishing they could order takeout in a safe way
- Finding ways for organizations to safely donate food they’ve got that they won’t be able to serve
- Launching positive social media movements
- Hosting virtual STEM challenges for younger kids
- Organizing ways to revitalize their downtowns when social distancing is over
Who knows what our kids will think up? Their projects just might make all the difference to a lot of people. This project launch handout will hopefully help you get things started.
I put this together as quickly as I could as a launch point for you. It's editable so you can add and adjust as you need.
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