In an effort to strengthen community, students draft and share a book about a character traits. Students learn the importance of community by evaluating the traits required to make a community healthy and functional. Students will publish their completed books and share their works with others.
“Today, more than 1 million students are trapped in an education system that wasn’t built for them. That system wasn’t designed to accommodate their disabilities—the kinds of intellectual, cognitive, communicative, and physical conditions ... Many of the public schools they attend rest on the...
Students learn about food choices as needs or wants. They read a book and discuss healthy choices. They discuss why is not always good to have everything you want. They discuss the foods we need to have healthy bodies and minds. Students create healthy food choice plates and share them to encourage healthy eating. Students may choose to share a healthy recipe to donate a cookbook or host a healthy food or recipe drive.
To print this calendar you must have a Learning to Give account.
- Print and display this calendar in your classroom and challenge your students to complete each Kindness Mini-Challenge! ...
Students learn how the Constitution relates to rules and community roles. This lesson is designed for Citizenship/Constitution Day (September 17) and connects students to improving their community for the good of all.
This resource guide highlights activities you can do with your students to help them enhance their communication and listening skills.
- This Activity Builds Communication Skills. ...
These activities and games educate, equip, and empower students to build community, trust, and open communication in the classroom, as well as in the greater community.
- This Activity Teaches Problem Solving as a Group. ...
Thank you for sharing your time and talent to build literacy in the community. Your time spent reading with a child has many benefits.
- Provides one-on-one support in a caring environment that promotes learning.
- Encourages more
Four Types of Service Action in Response to a Need
After learning about a community need, we explore ways to take action beyond the fundraiser or canned food drive. It is helpful to be aware that service may take four basic forms:
You can build community through classroom meetings. Meetings should last about 10-15 minutes. After greeting each student at the door, invite them to a communal