Kids should meet up with a chaperone for a classroom playdate. Kids haven't been getting much time with their friends, so the class (or small groups) could go to the park or playground to catch up. This will help with feelings of loneliness and boredem.
With a small grant, I would buy leveled books for the whole school so we can all be sharing conversation and stories.
Knowing what is available or not available in local libraries will help decide what to buy or to not buy for the project.
A grant provides members of the club with books, physical books for the children, and digital books for the adults, who can connect either in person or remotely. The grant can also provide two mini Facebook Portal systems and softcover books for the child and an elder... more »
Only read 1 book? That could be a Happy Meal from McDonald's. Read 10 books and that could be 2 movie tickets from AMC etc. If it is a single centralized location is can... more »
Because of concerns about WhatsApp and privacy/marketing, teachers and students and their parents can use Signal app instead of WhatsApp for posting and sharing distance learning materials.
There is an app called class.me that has been being utilized abroad and even in many private schools here in the US. I've only heard good things but worth checking out.
Many children may not have access to a computer but most have tv, How about public accessible channels for lessons. At least that could be used to standardize the lessons and offer expanded info rather than just reading out of a textbook.