FAM Early Childhood
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  AMAZE elementary has been a great tool in my classroom and the kids really respond to it”  
  “I tried AMAZE elementary in a couple classes. It worked so well I rolled it and AMAZE earlychildhood out to my entire school”  
AMAZE elementary  delivers practical, classroom tools, and staff development supporting adults to engage children (grades 1-6) in respectful, meaningful discussions around bias and bullying. Bias is a major driver for bullying, and children are surrounded by  bias from a very early age. Discussing bias can be daunting for adults, and tools and training to lead these discussions have been lacking. We solve this problem with a complete program providing the tools, training, and support to help young people develop a positive sense of self, navigate respectfully and empathetically amongst differences, gain the insights needed to identify and name bias and practice the skills needed to stand up to bullying, teasing and exclusion for themselves and others.
AMAZE elementary uses high quality children’s literature, discussion questions, and classroom journaling  to explore diversity through the unifying lens of family. It sensitively covers themes of race/ethnicity, socioeconomics, aging, adoption, immigration, gay and lesbian family members, divorce/break-ups, religion, disability, and bullying. The program is aligned with academic standards; develops critical thinking; and supports social emotional learning, anti-bullying, and family engagement initiatives.
AMAZE elementary has three elements
arrow Book box (60 books covering diversity themes)
arrow Curriculum Guide learning objectives, rationale, discussion, journaling activities
arrow AMAZE training customized to your needs
arrow Complete 3-hr. workshop
arrow Select theme and read book to class
arrow Guided discussion and journaling
arrow Literacy-based: aligned with academic standards
arrow Practical classroom tools: books, lesson plans, and other in-classroom tools
arrow Easy integration: supports existing curriculum and teaching processes
arrow Affordable/scalable: classroom activities that initiate conversations

At AMAZE, we know that positive school climates come from ongoing support and meaningful relationships. That’s why we customize all of our packages to the needs of your school or program. If you would like to purchase any of our tools of curriculum, please email Liz Loeb, Director of Strategic Partnerships, at Liz@amazeworks.org, or call 651-493-8702.

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