documento | Low Cost, Trauma-Informed Activities to Supplement Any Learning Program

Available as a FREE DOWNLOAD: low cost, trauma-informed activities (music/dance, games, art, physical play, language learning) that can be easily adapted for any language and supplement any learning environment. Objective is that kids laugh and play despite a stressful living situation.Program was piloted at a migrant shelter for women and children in Tijuana, Mexico. Activities accommodate large groups of children of mixed ages and are suitable for shelters, camps, schools.Member forums include a collection of free online teaching resources. For more information and the free download, click here: http://bit.ly/QualityLearningForAllA detailed supply list and pricing (in USD) is provided to make grant apps easier.Please send photos and feedback! <3 Thank you :-)

  • Available as a FREE DOWNLOAD, these are low cost, trauma-informed activities (games, art, physical play, language learning, music/dance) that can be easily adapted for any language and any learning environment. Objective is that kids laugh and play despite a stressful living situation.

    Program was piloted at a migrant shelter for women and children in Tijuana, Mexico. Activities accommodate large groups of children of mixed ages and are suitable to supplement language revitalization and/or any other type of learning program.

    PDF includes a detailed supply list and budget (for easing the grant application process).

    Website includes a free member forum with a collection of additional no-cost teaching resources: https://ceceliadimino.wixsite.com/qualitylearning4all/forum

  • Category: education
  • Thematic area: Revitalization
  • Call topics: Environmental and language activism
  • Major objective: Deliver capacities to take concrete actions and measures to support, access and promote indigenous languages
  • Area of intervention: Creation of favourable conditions for knowledge-sharing and dissemination of good practices with regard to indigenous languages
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