Students hear the voices of the food workers who harvest, deliver, serve, and sell our food, and consider how these workers are on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic.
Get students moving and and enjoying each other with one of these fun activities.
This collection of light, fun activities invite you and your students to come together and enjoy each other’s company during these stressful times, and take a break from more serious classwork.
This activity, aimed at caregivers and their middle or high-schoolers, provides a student-driven process for young people to think flexibly and creatively about their opportunities for learning during this period, formulate ideas, and follow through on them.
A poem, a free-writing exercise, and class sharing can provide support for middle and high school students during this difficult period.
A yoga activity and a story about change and loss can provide support for students in grades 3-5 during this difficult period.
Sharing feelings and discussing a story about change and loss can provide support for preK-2 students during this difficult period.
The coronavirus crisis has thrown our nation’s economic disparities into stark relief. In this activity, students use a set of interactive charts to investigate the current state of economic inequality in the U.S.—and make their own charts showing how they would like to see that data change.
This activity uses a poem and a feelings word-creation activity to engage students in identifying and sharing their feelings.
In these stressful times, this activity encourages students in grades 3-5 to see that we all feel a range of emotions, and that it's okay to feel them and to express them.