Virtual Programming for our Youth
- Y.E.S.(PreK-5th) Meet Sundays 9:00-9:20 AM CT or
- Y.E.S. also meets Sundays 10:45-11:15 AM CT
- Uniteens (6-8th) Meet Sundays at 11:30 AM CT
- Y.O.U. (9-12th) Meet Sundays at 11:30 AM CT
Request a Zoom link here.
Youth Vision Board Creation – Uniteens & Y.O.U.
Tuesday | January 26 | 7PM CT | via Zoom
Vision boards help us use our power of imagination to dream what we’d like to create in our lives and have a visual reminder of what it is we’re going for!
- While we’ll on Zoom together to foster our social connections, it will be informal since we’ll all be working on our own boards.
- Drop in anytime between 7-9 PM CT
- Tools: You can create a board electronically using Canva, PowerPoint, OR make a real one with magazines, scissors and posterboard or cardstock
- If you want to make a digital one, but aren’t sure where to start, Cassidy will give a short demo using Canva right at 7 PM.
- Uniteens and Y.O.U. invited, and feel free to invite a friend!
Click HERE to join this event or use Meeting ID: 845 1497 2693 at zoom.us. Passcode: vision
Resources for Kids – Stories
Resources for Kids – Songs
Resources for Kids – Videos to Get Moving
Resources for Kids – Mandala Coloring Sheets
Spiritual Lessons (Parent and Caregiver-led)
- Creation in Mind
(Preschool: express negative feelings to make way for happy ones, K-5: Helping Others Through Service)
- Managing Fear
- Fair and Unfair
Resources for Parents and Caregivers
- Request to Join the Unity Minneapolis YFM Facebook Group
- Book recommendation: How to Talk So Little Kids Will Listen
- Register for Parenting During the Pandemic workshops with Julie King (co-author of How to Talk)
Here are some resources for talking with young people in your life about racism and equity. This list is a mere beginning. Let me know what other resources you’d recommend.
- 4 things we should all teach kids about racism right now
- Fair and Unfair Soul Talks (spiritual playdate)
- Racism and violence: how to help kids handle the news
- 21 Books for little kids about race, justice and equality
- How to make your children’s library collection more diverse