6/19: Week 1 of AT&T Summer Camp focuses on standing for equality and features social studies activities from Wide Open School and resources for families about race and racism from Common Sense Media. We’re also spotlighting content that can help families have a conversation about these important topics, like the CNN Sesame Street town hall for kids and families on racism, Great Big Story’s video series honoring 70 years of human rights, or Warner Media’s “Just Mercy” film about attorney Bryan Stevenson’s fight for civil rights.
6/26: Week 2 of AT&T Summer Camp’s theme is “Imagine & Build”. Join the Cardboard Challenge co-hosted by AT&T, Imagination.org, and Two Bit Circus Foundation. Need inspiration? Check out the stories of creative problem solvers changing how we recycle or of David Aguilar’s design of a prosthetic arm made of LEGO all from Great Big Story. And watch Emmet and his friends change the universe with their creations in The LEGO Movie.
7/1: Week 3’s theme is “Extra! Extra! Read All About It!” Everyone has a story to tell and we want to read yours. Use 826 Digital’s remote learning kit to set the scene, develop your character, and unlock your imagination. Or submit an article to Six Feet of Separation, a virtual newspaper by kids and for kids. Learn about the powerful role journalism has played in history with Warner Bros.' All the President's Men.
7/15: Lights, Camera, Action! This week at AT&T Summer Camp, we’re exploring filmmaking, an especially powerful tool to raise voices, to define moments and to connect communities. Create a video on how it feels to be connected right now and submit it to Ghetto Film School's Film Credits challenge. Or submit a video to Reel Works’ #ReelViralChallenge showing a positive way to cure boredom at home.
Then watch the classic film The Wizard of Oz - inducted in the National Film Registry for being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". Want to learn more about movies? Watch CNN’s original series “The Movies” or Great Big Story’s “The Movies Then and Now”.