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Feast of Great Relationships

Feast of Great Relationships

Think of your favorite meal. To make this meal, we might follow a recipe. What are some of the ingredients we need? Today, using relationship ingredients, we’re going to create a Recipe for Great Relationships.

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Feeling Walk

Feeling Walk

At this station you and a partner or small group will explore how you feel about different situations.

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Flying Goals

Flying Goals

In this activity, you will learn about the sustainable development goals and think about what actions you can take to help support them while making a shareable craft.

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Friendship Medal

Friendship Medal

At this station, you’ll practice showing appreciation of each other and contribute to others feeling good about themselves.

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Gender Line

Gender Line

What makes someone honest, caring, kind or brave? Are these qualities reserved for some people but not others? In this activity, children sort qualities by gender and have discussions about gender stereotypes.

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Glitter Handshake

Glitter Handshake

Taking care of yourself helps us take care of other people. One of the easiest ways to prevent the spread of bacteria is washing your hands.

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Goal Pizza

Goal Pizza

Setting Goals is a proven way to empower people and help them achieve (their own definition of) success. This activity will shows kids a fun (and yummy!) way to set goals and take action steps toward reaching them.

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Grateful Mail

Grateful Mail

Practicing gratitude is linked with so many benefits, how can we teach our children to grow up with an “attitude of gratitude”? In this activity, kids (and adults!) will make art about what they are grateful for, then they will send the art to someone they love.

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Green13 Emotion Iceberg

Green13 Emotion Iceberg

Think of an iceberg; what is visible above the ocean surface is only a small part of the whole. Create an Emotion Iceberg about climate change to explore your ideas and your feelings that are underneath your ideas.

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Green13 Sustainable Community

Green13 Sustainable Community

Look at different kinds of communities to explore the key ingredients of a community.. Then, creatively express ideas of your own ideal sustainable community.

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HeartMath Get in Sync

HeartMath Get in Sync

We are now going to learn a simple tool that helps with problem solving. By learning to get more in sync–when we are functioning at our best – our thinking brain is more active than our reactive brain–we can more easily come up with possible solutions. To begin with, choose a small or modest-sized problem or issue. It does take practice to become good at this skill.

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HeartMath Intuitive Listening

HeartMath Intuitive Listening

This game involves focused listening and understanding with a partner. Listening is one of the more difficult skills to develop. It takes time and practice to become a good listener. Oftentimes, our own points of view and emotions color what we hear other people saying. It takes practice to quiet down the thinking brain and listen with an open heart and mind. Part of listening involves intuition–the ability to sense what someone is meaning without the person actually saying it.

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Hope into Action

Hope into Action

What fuels your commitment to work toward SDG13? Inspired by a quote, you’ll make a reminder about your hope and action plan for Climate Action.

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How Do We Grow?

How Do We Grow?

Think of how plants grow in all kinds of soil. What are some of the things that help them? Kids will talk about and draw adaptations for plants in different conditions and consider their own “soil” where they grow.

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Hunger Marionette

Hunger Marionette

In this activity, children will make their own puppet show using homemade marionettes to explore different situations around hunger and sharing food.

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Innovator Space

Innovator Space

In this activity, kids will talk about examples of great innovators. Then identify certain things and places that help them get creative. They will use that insight and their imagination to create an ideal innovation space for themselves through drawing.

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