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Since 2015, NBC has been instrumental in furthering the Red Nose Day mission to end child poverty. As our exclusive broadcast partner, together, we’ve positively impacted the lives of over 16 million children in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and some of the neediest communities across Latin America, Africa, and Asia.
This Red Nose Day season, help us spread understanding, kindness, and compassion by sharing the Red Nose Day in School program. It’s a free program designed to teach children (Grades 2 to 5) about child poverty, to foster empathy and to inspire them to make a difference for children in need.
Created in collaboration with Scholastic and NBC Learn, the resources include videos, lesson plans, links to videos, a poster, and a calendar highlighting prime moments to teach empathy all year long. Here’s everything you need to share Red Nose Day in School Everyday Heroes Classroom materials with an elementary school near you.
1. Send an email
Customize our email template and share it with an elementary school teacher, administrator, PTA member, or a parent with a child in grades 2 - 5.
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Subject line: Have you heard about Red Nose Day in School?
The organization I work for - Comcast NBCU, has been the official broadcast partner of the nonprofit Red Nose Day USA since 2015. Red Nose Day has an educational program called Red Nose Day in School, and I thought you might be interested in learning more about it.
In case you haven't heard of it, Red Nose Day is on a mission to end child poverty — one nose at a time. Through the power of entertainment, the Red Nose Day campaign raises money and awareness to ensure children who need our help the most are safe, healthy and educated.
Red Nose Day in School is a program designed to help students understand the issue of child poverty and empower them to create positive change.
Created in collaboration with Scholastic and NBC Learn, Red Nose Day in School is a fun, flexible, and easy-to-use curriculum geared towards students in grades 2 - 5 that will help your kids build empathy all year while practicing core reading, writing, and math skills.
You can see all the Red Nose Day in School classroom resources here! They're completely free and include videos, lesson plans, a poster, and even a calendar highlighting prime moments to teach empathy throughout the year.
An added bonus: if you sign up for the Red Nose Day in School mailing list too, you’ll get email notifications as soon as new lesson plans become available throughout the school year.
I hope you’ll consider introducing these activities into your classroom and inspire your kids to be Everyday Heroes who will make a difference in their schools, their communities, and in the lives of children in need.
If you have any questions, you can reach the Red Nose Day team by emailing Contact@RedNoseDay.org ☺
2. Spread the word on social media
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Check out #RedNoseDayinSchool classroom resources to help students understand the issue of child poverty, develop empathy, and inspire them to create 👏 positive 👏 change 👏 — one nose at a time. Learn more at RedNoseDayinSchool.org @RedNoseDayUSA
Calling all teachers/parents of kids in grades 2-5, PTA superstars, admins! #RedNoseDayinSchool has classroom materials to teach your students about the power of empathy and inspire them to become #EverydayHeroes to end child poverty 🔴 Learn more at RedNoseDayinSchool.org
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3. Explore Red Nose Day in School
Red Nose Day in School materials are all about teaching students (grades 2- 5) about the issue of child poverty, fostering empathy, and inspiring them to make a difference for children in need.
4. Tell us what you're doing!
Help us measure impact by sharing what you're doing to bring Red Nose Day to your local schools. Stories will be shared with the Red Nose Day marketing team and NBC affiliates for potential local news coverage prior to Red Nose Day.
Questions? Email Contact@RedNoseDay.org
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