The Classroom Teacher, spring 2014

Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry 2’s “Parents & Teachers” tab provides ideas and resources that teachers can use for student fundraising and awareness projects, from creating a paper chain garland to hosting a bingo night.

Learning to Give provides philanthropy education resources that teach giving and civic engagement. Topics include financial literacy, environment stewardship/animal welfare, safety/disaster, global citizenship, health, and community and responsible citizenship.

TeachUNICEF provides multimedia teacher resources that address poverty in its “Explore” section and provides educators and others opportunities to help address critical global issues in its “Take Action” section.

GenerationOn provides issue education, project instructions, how-to guides and other resources to help kids change the world through service. The online service-learning tracker allows teachers to describe students’ service-learning experiences with qualitative and quantitative data.

The National Service-Learning Clearinghouse offers thousands of free online resources for K-12, higher education, community-based organizations, and tribal communities.

See also Service-learning tools that help teachers and students fight hunger