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The BE KIND American Adventure Virtual Field Trip Is About to Take Flight as The Be Kind People Project Takes Summer Camp in a N

The BE KIND American Adventure Virtual Field Trip Is About to Take Flight as The Be Kind People Project Takes Summer Camp in a New Direction

The BE KIND American Adventure allows parents to help re-direct their child's attention in a positive way this summer--this program focuses on character youth education all while virtually traveling from The Space Needle to The Statue of Liberty.

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PHOENIX, June 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- The Be Kind People Project is committed to reaching children wherever and however they learn, which means bringing summer camp online! The BE KIND American Adventure™ is a virtual field trip that allows kids to discover and learn about 10 exciting American landmarks as if they were road tripping across the USA.

The online program includes virtual exploration of American landmarks, social interaction with weekly Zoom calls, fun and interactive project-based learning, healthy family-friendly recipes, kindness and wellness activities, amazing coloring pages, virtual souvenirs, postcards, stickers, and certificates, and music and dance with THE BE KIND CREW®.

"Now, more than ever, it's important to put kindness and wellness at the forefront of students' minds," said Ashley Brannon, Senior National Director of Program Impact and Marketing at The Be Kind People Project. "At The Be Kind People Project, we are dedicated to continuing our mission to provide students with comprehensive programs that use a positive approach to social, emotional, and academic learning. We know that our programs may need to look different, but the need for kindness and youth development remains the same. By offering The BE KIND American Adventure, parents have additional and safer options for their children for summer programming."

The BE KIND American Adventure is offered in two sessions: June 8- July 10 & July 14- August 14. Each session is for five weeks and includes 15 classes.  On Mondays and Wednesdays, new destinations, activities, and videos are unlocked. Each Friday there will be a live Zoom visit with THE BE KIND CREW® that allows students to collaborate and engage with a check in, show and tell, and movement and dance.

Reserve your spot today! Each session of 15 classes is $65 per household.   Contact info@BKPP.org for camp and community program pricing.

Click HERE for a video preview and to learn more!

About The Be Kind People Project: 

The Be Kind People Project® (BKPP) is a public 501 (c) 3 non-profit dedicated to providing students with comprehensive youth development programming that effectively use a positive approach to social, emotional, and academic learning. The Be Kind People Project offers innovative and effective programming and services that help students effectively understand, link, and apply social, emotional, academic, civic, nutrition, physical, wellness, leadership, and character education. Through experience and project-based learning, students are equipped with solid framework for decision-making and taking accountability for building respectful interpersonal relationship skills, improving academic results, and forming enduring values. For more information, visit TheBeKindPeopleProject.org.

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