Ed Sheeran meets Peaches, a young girl in Liberia
Students will use humor and creativity to build literacy skills and prepare for the Joke-Ha-Thon!
Students will read informational text to develop empathy for those in need.
Students will use their research and letter-writing skills to make a difference for children in need in their communities.
SEL + ELA lessons to build empathy all year long. Use with the Everyday Heroes poster.
Celebrate your students' good deeds with the Everyday Heroes poster.
These dates to make a difference will help you plan your Everyday Heroes yearlong program.
Read up on how Red Nose Day helps children living in poverty around the world, so you can share some real life examples with your students.
We’re bringing fun-raising to living rooms across the country. We may be at home but we can still have fun and help others! Hasbro will match funds raised by kids up to $50,000!
Our videos help students understand the effects of poverty on children and inspire them to make a difference.
Talking about Coronavirus to your kids can be important to quelling fear and anxiety, especially if rumor and active imaginations are filling their gaps in knowledge.
We put together some useful links, as well as engaging, kid-friendly resources that teachers and parents can use to help explain this complex issue in an understandable way. Read the news...
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