Social Justice Story Time: Loving our Earth, Protecting Our World
April 21 @ 4:15 pm - 5:15 pm
Celebrate our beautiful planet! Join a Social Justice Story Time with Rona Wolfe, a kindergarten teacher experienced in discussing big ideas. Through three stories, our children will have the opportunity to learn about and process the complex and far reaching issues that impact our planet and communities. In honor of Earth Day on April 22, KIC is focusing on projects that make a positive impact on our environment all month long. This story time will explain the why and the importance of caring for our earth, while our volunteer projects will allow your family to take action.
Rona Kader Wolfe has been a kindergarten teacher and anti-bias educator for 28 years. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood and Elementary Education from UW-Milwaukee, where she is currently working towards a master’s degree in Community Engagement and Education. Rona has served both Milwaukee’s Indigenous community and its Jewish community as a kindergarten teacher at the Indian Community School and most recently at Milwaukee Jewish Day School.
Purpose: To provide our children and their grownups the opportunity to learn together and grow a deeper understanding of the importance of protecting the environment.
Impact: Children will learn how simple changes can make a huge impact on the environment.
Listen to three books
Thoughtful kid-friendly discussion
Register for one of our other volunteer projects this month and put what you learn to use!!
Wednesday, April 21
4:15 – 5:15 p.m.
This event will be recorded. If you are unable to make it live, we will send out the recording to all registrants following the event.
Where: Your home! This event will be over Zoom. We’ll send you the link after your register.
Register: Click Here to Register
Participant Cap: unlimited
Age: All ages
Questions: Email firstname.lastname@example.org.