If you’re in the process of implementing both the Science of Reading (SoR) and social-emotional learning (SEL), then it is probably no secret that student engagement is a crucial contribution to success.
This spring’s Learning A-Z Donation Challenge in collaboration with UNICEF Kid Power proved, once again, to be a huge success with students worldwide!
Here are the results from this Spring’s challenge:
Healthy Meals Donated
Days of Clean Drinking Water Donated
And Now, the Winners!
We are pleased to announce that two classrooms won the Spring 2022 Learning A-Z Donation Challenge! Help us congratulate the two winning classrooms:
Taylor Papotto’s first-grade class
Colonel John Robinson School
Westford Public School District
Katherine Ho’s class
Brookview Middle School
Toronto District School Board
Each classroom will write a book about focusing on being helpful and kind. We look forward to releasing these books in the fall!
To earn the stars they donated, students participated in activities intended to strengthen literacy skills such as reading books, taking quizzes, and more in the following Learning A-Z products:
Why Teachers Love This Challenge
During every Learning A-Z Donation Challenge with UNICEF Kid Power students who participate in the challenge (when compared to non-participating students):
- Read more than three times as many books
- Completed four times the activities
- Advanced in reading levels faster
Have You Shared The Book Written By Last Year’s Winning Classroom Students?
Last year’s challenge winners, the class of Rachel Paterson at Kori Nevers Gakuin Elementary School in Japan, co-authored a book with Learning A-Z titled "We Are Marvelous.” This book celebrated all of the things that made their classroom special. We are so proud to congratulate Rachel Paterson’s students and their incredible contributions!