• Elementary School

    • Social Studies and Writing

      Students will write thank you cards to a family member or friend for the things they need and want.

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    • Math — Division

      Building on the lesson “Multiplying Savings”, students will learn how the total savings can be divided up to feed a large number of hungry children.

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    • Math — Multiplication

      Students will learn how saving small amounts of money over extended periods of time can add up to a substantial quantity of money.

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    • Elementary School Lesson Plans

      Introduction: Students will use their hands, mind, and heart to explore the plight of world hunger.

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    • Math

      Students will identify various amounts of coins used to purchase goods in the U.S. such as: half a dollar, quarter, dime, nickel, and penny. The students will use these coins to purchase items that they need and want.

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  • Middle School

    • Persuasive Writing

      Students will write a persuasive essay that tries to convince everyone in his/her school to participate in helping the hungry of our world.

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    • Math — Percentages

      Students will determine the proportion of children in our classroom that would have HIV/AIDS, be illiterate, and live below the poverty level were they to live in the US, Haiti, India, or South Africa.

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    • Language Arts and History

      This is a three part lesson and extension designed for eighth grade. It can be modified for individual lessons and other grade levels.

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    • Advertisement Writing

      Students will work insmall groups to create an advertisement informing the public about RiceBowls. Students will perform their commercial and record it.

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    • Book Writing

      Students will work in small groups to create a children’s book about world hunger.

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    • Graphing

      Students will compare the number of orphans in other countries to the number of orphans in the United States using graphs

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    • Narrative Writing

      After teaching parts of plot to the class, students will write a narrative essay that portrays a child who experiences hunger.

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