Hello! Welcome to our Project Stella Resources Blog! Today we begin a new series, Teachers who R.O.C.K. In this series we will feature teachers and teacher resources that can help inspire and encourage you to continue to Radiate Outrageous Compassion & Kindness in your classroom, at school, and around the community. Many of the resources … Continue reading Teachers who R.O.C.K. Feature: Resources from A Plus Learning
Hello! Welcome to our Project Stella Blog! I was talking to my mom on the phone the other day when she said, "you should teach families with busy schedules how to do service without it creating more to do." My mom has a really good point (she usually does). I remember growing up with three … Continue reading 7 Ways to fit Service in your Family’s Busy Schedule
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This is Part Three of a Six Part Series on the 50 Books Every Child Should Read Before they Turn 8. All of these books teach valuable life lessons on: Part One: Responsibility Part Two: Perseverance Part Three: Kindness Part Four: Family & Friends Part Five: Courage Part Six: Exploration & Discovery *You can click on … Continue reading 50 Books Your Child Should Read before Turning 8, Part Three – Kindness
Hello! Welcome to our Project Stella Blog! One very popular, and much needed, service project that schools and organizations have during the Holidays in a Canned Food Drive. Anywhere you go you see bins collecting nonperishable items. Because they are so popular for groups to do, they are often overlooked. In this post, I will … Continue reading 3 Ways to Increase Participation in your Canned Food Drives
Hello! Welcome to the Kindness Clubhouse from Project Stella Resources The post you are looking for is now part of our Kindness Clubhouse membership site where we help parents and educators teach student leaders valuable life skills through acts of kindness and service. - You can find more information about the Kindness Clubhouse membership here.
This is Part Two of a Six Part Series on the 50 Books Every Child Should Read Before they Turn 8. All of these books teach valuable life lessons on: Responsibility Perseverance Family & Friends Courage Kindness Exploration & Discovery *You can click on the book titles below to go to Amazon to purchase the … Continue reading 50 Books Your Child Should Read before Turning 8, Part Two – Responsibility
My daughter, Stella, never runs out of big ideas. But she often gets upset because the ideas she has do not always turn out like she wants them to. We have discussions often about her feelings of frustration because friends or family don’t understand what she really likes to do. I try to be extra … Continue reading Plan a program with 3 Children’s Books about Never Giving Up
Currently, Stella's biggest ambition is to be an artist/illustrator and so I want her to have some strong role models who use art to make an impact. Unfortunately, my initial search for women in art did not give me what I was looking for.
Then this morning I decided to look for "Documentaries about Art" on Netflix to see if there is anything that Stella can watch (and be interested in). I found She Writes Comics, a documentary that tells the unknown story of women in comics.
One of my top summer recommendations right now is this book - Way of the Warrior Kid: From Wimpy to Warrior the Navy Seal Way by Jocko Willink. It currently has 5 out of 5 stars on Amazon with over 590 customer reviews.
I get asked many times about book recommendations for boys that may be reluctant and in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades. This book is a ROCK STAR recommendation.