Introducing: Bravery School!
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by Melanie Gasmen-Fleck
Just like many of you, we’ve been rocked this last week by the news and closures surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ve been concerned about our readers and followers and wanted to figure out a way that we could best support those in our online community. As we begin living our new quarantined life without school and social interactions, we realized that we have something good that we could offer to help during these times of social distancing.
Introducing: Bravery School! A FREE four-week daily homeschool curriculum pairing with Bravery magazines. On Thursday each week you’ll receive an email with the curriculum for the following week. The curriculum is meant to work hand-in-hand with the corresponding magazine and will contain a .PDF with the daily schedule, a digital copy of any activity pages that will be used, plus a bonus download. Just like the magazine, this content will be educational, engaging, simple, and, most importantly, fun! This is our line up for the next four weeks.
• Zaha Hadid (architecture)
• Julia Child (cooking)
• Junko Tabei (mountaineering)
• Mary Anning (paleontology/Earth studies)
You can purchase a complete Bravery School Bundle and save $6 click here.
We are also starting a Bravery School Facebook group. This is a place where you can share how your activities are going, what you're learning, and your own ideas for keeping your kids busy. We know that we have so many parents, caregivers, and teachers who will benefit from joining this community, especially during these uncertain times. We need each other!
With the closure of schools, many new problems arise. One of these problems is that many children who rely on school for nourishment may not have access to the food they need. To do what we can to give back, we will be donating 15% of every magazine sold over the next four weeks to help feed children in need.
We know that getting through these next few weeks is going to take a little bit of bravery (and a lot of hand washing and patience) but we also know that we can grow closer together as individual families as well as a bravery community. Let us not be stifled by fear and instead use this time to teach our children how to be brave.
Even though we may be physically apart, together we are stronger.
Come join us and let’s stick together over these next few weeks.