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Thriving Week 1 of 4 - Aina Explorers (Grades K-2)

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"Being a Thriving 'Care-Actor'"
Free lesson plan from Ainathrive.org: Aina Explorers (Grades 6-8)

This is Week 1 of 4 focusing on thriving communities.

Aina 2030 Curriculum focuses on well-being (social-emotional learning), sustainability, and how we can thrive in our communities. Aina 2030 Curriculum can be used in schools during morning meetings, science, social studies, art, mathematics, writing, and reading at the elementary level. Aina 2030 Curriculum can be used at the secondary level during advisory, mentoring, science, social studies, art, mathematics, English, and technology & engineering. All four weeks found at http://ainathrive.org. Email: kurt.love@ainathrive.org

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Thriving Week 1 of 4 - Aina Explorers (Grades K-2)

  1. 1. We can be “care-actors” in many different ways at many different levels. How do or how can everyone at home be “care-actors?” Activity sheet: Fill out the table for everyone at home and other loved ones focusing on how to be a “care-actor” for others and nature. Our core values often create an impact on others and on nature when we enact them. Isatou Ceesay cares about people and nature in her country and around the world. Both families and nature in The Gambia are positively affected by her efforts and the many women who work with her. She is among many “Care-Actors” in this world who teach us about a positive way forward. Watch a read aloud video of One Plastic Bag: Isatou Ceesay and the Recycling Women of the Gambia by Miranda Paul. Activity sheet: Use the questions to discuss the book and the author’s talk. What does it mean to be a “care-actor?” Activity sheet: Look at the flowchart and discuss what it might mean to you. Draw a picture of someone who you think is a “care-actor” who helps make people’s lives better and nature healthier. Then, draw a picture of you as a “care-actor.” Share your pictures of “care-actors” on Instagram (tag “aina_thrive”) or email a photo of your “care-actors” to Kurt Love at kurt.love@ainathrive.org to be posted on the website! This week focuses on the work of Isatou Ceesay from Gambia who is also known as the Queen of Recycling. Here is a short video about her work. The children’s book focuses on one of her first efforts, which was turning waste plastic bags into change purses (video). Her work has created positive change for hundreds of women in the region. 1. Describe “care”-ecteristics of a person who contributes to creating a thriving community. 2. Describe “care-actors” who contribute to creating a thriving community. Objectives Thriving Concept “Home” Work Resources For Teachers and Caregivers Learning Activity © Aina LLC 2020 20 mins 15 mins Bonus! Thriving Explorers (Grades K-2) | November 16, 2020 Being a Thriving “Care-Actor”
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