Helping the Hungry: A Big-Hearted, Book-Based Curriculum
Enrich your food drive with three fun, meaningful lessons.
Our innovative curriculum guides children through the complicated issue of hunger and empowers them to make a difference.
Helping the Hungry, a curriculum created by Doing Good Together™, is designed to deepen the food drive experience for children ages 4-10 in your congregation, school, homeschool community, or youth group – and, in the process, inspire increased donations!
Individual families interested in exploring the issue of hunger will enjoy these resources on their own as well.
Each lesson in this three-part series includes the following:
Guided group discussion – designed around one of three central questions: What is hunger and who experiences it? Why are people hungry? How can communities come together to fight hunger?
Conversation cards – customized for each book
Group activity – simple, creative, and designed to support your local food pantry
Take-home project – extend the lesson at home with fun, kindness missions and conversation starters
Creative tools – scavenger hunts, advocacy projects, and other print outs can be reused next time this lesson is explored
Two formats available – Purchase packet with books and printed materials, or opt to buy/borrow books and download PDF materials from your own computer.
Order the entire three-lesson curriculum (printed materials plus books) for $44.99 or as a digital download for $9.99 (books sold or borrowed separately).
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