By engaging in the shared stories, art, movement activities, journal drawing, and writing and language stimulation, children in the program will learn the vocabulary word “upstander” and why it is important in social justice. Through active participation in the literature read to them – and in doing hands-on activities – children will experience how to be an upstander. Each child will receive a book at the end of the session to take home for his/her “upstander” library.
Who: Ages 4-8 (accompanied by a parent or guardian)
Where: The Marilyn Shuler Classroom for Human Rights in the Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial
When: Session #5: Thursday, July 18, 2019 from 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Theme: Listening and Dignity, Book Titles: Love by Matt De La Pena and Woolbur by Leslie Helakoski.
REGISTRATION OPENS JULY 11, 2019
Limited to 20 Children!
Made possible with support from Together Treasure Valley