Education doesn't stop outside the walls of a classroom. The real world is filled with opportunities to build independence, develop life lessons, and experience social-emotional learning. It's free curriculum at its best!
In the midst of school closings and mass shutdowns, we know teachers will need easy ways to keep their students active and learning. This is why we've put together the Let Grow Independence Kit to help. This kit is a mini version of our popular school program, the Let Grow Project. You can learn more about all of our school offerings right here.
With the kit, you'll get a parent letter, worksheets, and other printables and extras to send home. This is a great way to challenge your students to do something on their own, which will keep them learning on their own.
Teachers have told us time and time again how much they love this project. It builds their students' confidence, independence, and overall life skills. Parents love it for these reasons, too.
We hope you and your students enjoy checking out the free curriculum in this kit. Please encourage them to use their discretion as to which items to tackle during this time. We have 70+ suggestions, but we hope they come up with their own ideas, too. Here's a look at some of the items you'll get in the Let Grow Independence Kit.
Get our parent letter and worksheet.
The parent letter will explain the project to parents. Then they can use the worksheet with their kids to identify the right project.
Students can choose from a list of project ideas.
This page is filled with project ideas for students to choose from. They can come up with their own, too!
Offer incentives using our responsibility chart, bookmarks, and the Let Grow Kid Card.
The responsibility chart will help students track what they're doing. Then as they complete projects or reach milestones, you can reward them with bookmarks or earning their Let Grow Kid Card.