You may know our favorite singer-songwriter Dave Kinnoin for his award-winning CD CHARACTER COUNTS! Strikes a Chord and the National CC! Week anthem. On Sunday, he was featured in the South Pasadena Patch for his other volunteer work.
This service-learning project will enrich students’ study of living organisms as well as help students become responsible pet owners, understand animal needs, and assist the animal population in your area.
From our friend Barbara Gruener, some activity and discussion ideas your students can take home with them during CC! Week.
An old Greek proverb says, “A society grows great when old people plant trees in whose shade they know they’ll never sit.” Six students from Citrus High School in Porterville, California aren’t old, but they’re engaging in similarly selfless behavior.
In July we wrote in “The noise of summer” about the importance of teaching media literacy to help children grow into responsible adults. A new study published in the journal Pediatrics finds evidence that children do indeed respond to media literacy education.
Teach tolerance with this delightful story where peanut butter and humus come between friends. Inspired by the childhood experience of Jordan’s Queen Rania.