Partnership With Orphanage In Liberia
We help to meet the basic needs of primary education for children living in an orphanage. We believe that every child is precious and every life has a purpose. It is our goal to provide homeschooling education to children without access to quality education. Liberia’s orphans deserve the right to build their life with a solid foundation for their educational journey. The 2-year program includes Teacher-to-student ratio, 1:20, nine Teacher Jeanette Kinder Kollege workbooks (math, science, social studies, Bible stories, language arts, reading, writing, spelling, technology, and handwriting) and backpack with school supplies.
Preschool/Kindergarten School Supplies: Backpack, Construction Paper, #2 Pencils, pencil sharpener, Eraser, 5-inch blunt tip scissors, Glue stick, 4 ounces glue, Tape, Crayons, Crayon sharpener, Colored pencils, Watercolor paint, Folders, Tissue, and Antibacterial hand sanitizer.
How to help:
Donate to the cost of School Supplies, Teacher Training & Salary, Workbooks Production, and Shipping.
Sponsor a Child: Help a child grow up educated. The 2-year program includes a backpack with 9 Teacher Jeanette Kinder Kollege Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st Grade workbooks & School Supplies. Donate $125.00 per child.
Fundraise: Help raise money for Liberia Literary Society on Facebook by creating a fundraiser.
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Volunteer: From one-time opportunities to ongoing partnerships, become a kindergarten and elementary school teacher to help students learn and apply important concepts.
Kindergarten and elementary school teacher Responsibilities
- Create lesson plans to teach students subjects, such as reading, science, social studies, and math
- Teach students how to study and communicate with others
- Observe students to evaluate their abilities, strengths, and weaknesses
- Teach lessons planned for students
- Grade students’ assignments to monitor their progress
- Communicate student’s progress
- Work with students individually to help them overcome specific learning challenges
- Prepare students for standardized tests
- Develop and enforce schoolroom rules to teach children proper behavior
- Supervise children outside of the classroom—for example, school trips