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This Week's Activities!
Welcome Joyful Juniors! Be Inquisitive and discover the new activities the Kindness Gang put together for you this week to help train your brains and grow your hearts in kindness. Have fun!
For Week 1 (June 21-June 28) Activities Click Below
Get Creative. Grow Your Brain. Expand Your Heart.
What do you think of when you hear the words “Be Safe”? What about when you are asked to stay home and are not able to go to school or play with your friends? We know this can be a frustrating time and even though it can be fun to be in your PJ’s all day, be home with your parents and not do as much school work, we understand that it can also get boring and confusing, and you may have a lot of questions. For that reason, we have put together some important information that can help you understand why things like washing hands, being apart from those you love, and wearing a mask is important for you and your safety. COVID-19 is probably going to be a word you will remember for the rest of your life, our intention is that we can provide you with some safe, virtual fun and education that will fill your thoughts with positivity and inspire you to do things that will fill your heart with love, and do kind things for other people. We invite you to explore all the free activities, webinars, story telling, programs, videos and especially our NEW HIT song called “I Dare U 2 Bee”. Create your own dance and sing your heart out! Get excited as you explore every fun-filled page!
COVID-19 & You
As time goes on in this pandemic the doctors and scientists are learning more about the Coronavirus and how to best protect ourselves. As a result, it is now recommended that we were face masks when we go out, especially when it is difficult to socially distance. Since the doctors and nurses in the hospitals need medical masks to stay safe at work, it is recommended that we use cloth face masks. Making your own face mask is a fun activity to do with your family.
When people sneeze, cough, talk or sing they produce tiny water droplets that can travel in the air for a little while before they fall onto the ground or other surfaces. Germs including the new Coronavirus can live in those water droplets and if they come in contact with someone else they can catch the virus. The doctors and scientists know that the furthest a water droplet can travel when someone coughs or sneezes is 2 meters before it falls out of the air, so that is why it’s important to stay at least 2 meters away from other people when you are outside. If someone sneezes you will still be safe if you are 2 meters away. How far is 2 meters? About 2 arms lengths away.
Hand washing is the most important habit you can have to keep yourself healthy! Why? Because think about all the things we touch everyday. Germs and viruses are invisible so we never know if or when we might have touched something that is covered with germs and viruses that could make us sick if we then touch our eyes, nose or mouth. Washing our hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, making sure we get to all the nooks and crannies between our fingers and under our nails washes all the germs down the sink and helps us stay healthy. To make sure you are washing for long enough, singing “Happy Birthday” twice is a good trick. Remember to wash your hands when you come home after being outside, after you sneeze or cough, and before you eat.
If you cannot wash your hands with soap and water, hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol is a good substitute. It is important to use enough to cover all of the nooks and crannies between your fingers, the fronts and backs of your hands (usually 2 pumps), and to rub your hands for at least 20 seconds. It’s important to rub your hands together until they are completely dry–do not wipe your hands on your clothes to dry them faster! If you do, you are not killing all the germs on your hands AND you are dirtying them again by picking up any germs that might be on your clothes. Remember, it’s important to wash with soap and water before eating, and as soon as you come home from being outside.
Summer Time Safety And FUN!
Connect. Create. Be Kind
Webinars and A Lot of Free Fun!
“IN A WORLD WHERE YOU CAN BE ANYTHING, BE KIND.”
Dance And Sing With An Attitude of Gratitude!
“Gratitude is the music of the heart when its chords are swept by the breeze of kindness.”
Dare To Dream, Think and Act BIG!
“You’ll miss the best things if you keep your eyes shut. The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”
– Dr. Seuss
Be curious about the world around you, take the time to allow your imagination to grow and never stop learning. Curiosity is the magic ingredient to believing in possibilities and dreaming big. Always know you CAN make a difference with everyone, anytime and every where you go. Imagine waking up every morning and before you start your day you tell your brain that “Today is going to be a wild adventure, filled with so much wonder that I am going to be the one to make everything WONDERFUL?” When we stop and look around we can often see things that we never saw before, and our curiosity allows our imaginations to be free and be happy. You are designed to do BIG things, with your BIG heart and when your heart and mind come together like best friends you get to be someone who can create the future.
“…NOT BECAUSE EVERYTHING IS GOOD,
BUT BECAUSE YOU CAN SEE THE GOOD IN EVERYTHING.”
A bit more about US
Our Three C Principles: Connect, Communicate, and Create are grounded in the discovery of identifying what has been missing that will make the kind of difference needed to develop our kids to prepare for a future that is technology driven by training and developing them using creativity and authentic communication to mitigate the impacts that future may have with human connection and self-expression. We love technology and at the same time we have identified some of the constraints it may impose on a child’s confidence, courage, honesty and ability to be empathetic towards others. Therefore, we have created programs that train and develop students in the necessary life skills to thrive in life.