A positive path for spiritual living

Resources for Youth Curriculum

Resources for Youth Curriculum

Educational Center: Resources for the Spiritual Journey – bible based – https://www.educationalcenter.org/about/what-we-do/resources-for-the-spiritual-journey

 

Wing Clips Offers reflections for in class and during the week plus links to movie clips applicable to the week’s theme from http://www.wingclips.com/

 

Rev Diane Venzera has current curriculum, see sample lessons and peruse the possibilities at www.dianevenzera.com/

 

Marelu Greco – Youth & Family Director, Seattle Unity – Marelu has been a member of Unity’s Youth & Family educational movement for over 40 years. She is a true creative in many areas of her life and I am highlighting her gift of curriculum writing. She is a published curriculum writer.  She can be contacted @ marelum@comcast.net.

 

Search Institute - http://www.search-institute.org/  This research based nonprofit can support your community in identifying the assets you provide to your youth, families and the multigenerational community that you are. The Search Institute’s research has identified 40 positive experiences that lead youth in being self propelled citizens of the planet. There are both faith based and secular evaluations available. See their recent article “3 ways Developmental Relationships can Reinvigorate your Community”

 

NW Youth & Family Library – We as a regional own most of the past history of curriculum published by Unity. There is a list of almost everything that is available on http://www.unitynwregion.org/youth-ministry-lending-library   I will ship it to you and you get to use it, peruse it, and return it!

 

Parker Palmer - http://www.couragerenewal.org/parker/

 

Unitarian Universalist movement shares their Multigenerational curriculum pages: http://www.uua.org/re/tapestry/multigenerational

 

Bucket filling “movement” This tone set has been brought into classrooms and churches around the country for many years. What is the “bucket”? The bucket represents your mental and emotional self. How do you feel when your bucket is full? You feel more confident, secure, calm, patient and friendly. Your thoughts are positive and you expect positive results. When your bucket is overflowing you experience an intense happiness that can spread to those around you. Barbara Salvaggi Youth & Family Coordinator at Portland Unity recently finished the summers curriculum using this series, Marelu Greco, Seattle Unity’s Youth & Family coordinator also has extensive experience in this. Check it out!    http://www.bucketfillers101.com/