Knwon by the world, Shanghai experienced a two month lockdwon from this April to June. Actually students in Shanghai started learning from home as early as mid March. KidStrong recognized several important needs that migrant children have and acoordingly initiated activities to help migrant children keep mental and physical health during the lockdown.
Activity 1: On line quiz on personal hygiene methods to help migrant children battle COVID.
Invite migrant students of KidStrong partner schools to participate in the on line quiz to win the prize.
Activity 2: Fun games to protect eye sight
Encourage the migrant studnets to do the games to protect their eye sight and have fun while learning from home. Please find the playing game video via links below:
1) paper aircraft
2) fly ring
3) shoot letters
4) hit balloon
Activity 3: Talent show in lockdown
Instruments, games, and drawings that the migrant students played at home during lockdown. Please see the video via link below:
Activity 4: On line parent-child eye sight protection workshop
Experts communicate with migrant parents and their children to answer eyesight and prescription eyeglasses related questions.
Activity 5: Food delivery
The lockdown plunged many migrant students' families into a dire situation. Confined to their small apartments, the students' parents had little or no income without a job while prices for necessities such as food had increased significantly. Upon hearing about the food shortage problems, KidStrong responded immediately by organizing food drives.
Please see the migrant families' responses on food delivery via link below: