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Ocean Wave Breathing

Ocean Wave Breathing

At this station, adults and young children will create ocean waves of feelings and calm down the waves with their deep, slowed breathing.

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Ocean Zones

Ocean Zones

In this activity, you will learn about where sea creatures live within the ocean and think about how you might feel if you were a sea creature living within different zones.

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Outdoor Maker’s Station

Outdoor Maker’s Station

The outdoor is a perfect place to become aware of the beauty all around. But we have to learn to slow down in order to really see the beauty. Once we realized beauty, we can also make art with it! What helps us appreciate the little things that are around us every day?

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Pinwheel Energy

Pinwheel Energy

In this activity, using a pinwheel, you’ll learn about how wind can be used for clean energy. Energy is the ability to do work.

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Poverty Scramble

Poverty Scramble

In this activity, they will distribute the wealth and power of the world among themselves. This wealth is represented by the pile of beans on the table.

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Powerlines

Powerlines

One of the major challenges in addressing SDG13 is that climate change is a vast, global issue — can individuals make a difference? In this activity we’ll explore if, and how, we can work on climate change.

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Shine Bright

Shine Bright

There is a light inside every person. Sometimes it can be challenging to share that light with everyone; maybe we feel shy and hide our special qualities or we are not given opportunities to shine brightly because of our gender or background. In this activity, kids focus on something that makes them special and what they want the whole world to know.

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Story Seekers

Story Seekers

At this station, you’ll focus on a natural object and get inside it’s story. Using your senses and imagination you’ll do a free writing session about the object.
What stories do natural objects have to share? How can you develop your special nature listening skills to tell their stories? What can we share and learn from nature’s stories?

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Story Stop

Story Stop

At this station you’ll read a story together, stopping at key moments in the story to talk about thoughts and feelings of the character.

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Tech Attack

Technology has changed our lives, but is it good for developing brains? In this quick card game, kids learn more about how technology is specially designed to appeal to Brain Drivers. As kids learn more about themselves, they can evaluate their feelings about tech to make better decisions about its role and how to use it.

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TFA Situations

TFA Situations

Explore how you usually think, feel, and act… and find more choices of how you could think, feel, and act in the future.

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The Curiosity Mission

The Curiosity Mission

Curiosity is a habit that dims with age, but is a vital tool for personal growth, building relationships, and optimal learning. How do we encourage the continuation of curiosity?

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The Egg of Hope

The Egg of Hope

Hope is crucial to growth; it transforms challenging times into opportunities for growth. In this fun egg-balancing challenge, children and adults will find ample opportunity to practice hope.

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