For the 15th anniversary of 9/11 this year, the 9/11 Day nonprofit has created brand new lesson plans for K–12 to help educators teach empathy and unity to children with little or no memories of 9/11.

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OPPORTUNITIES FOR PARENTS

Invite parents in your school community to participate in 9/11 Day at home. One participating family that shares photos of their children performing good deeds will receive a trip to visit the 9/11 Memorial in NYC.*

VISIT AND SHARE WITH PARENTS

WATCH THE VIDEO

Share with your students this inspiring video featuring one of the more than
13,000 children in the United States who were born on the day of the attacks, September 11, 2001.

*NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Void where prohibited. Eligible: Parents/Legal Guardians who are 18+ in the US & DC and who have a child 17 or younger at the time of entry. Sweepstakes ends 9/30/16. Enter: Visit 911day.scholastic.com to share/upload a photo or video of your family doing a good deed and complete all required fields on the entry form. Additional entry: Click on the social media share icon on the “Thank you for your submission” page and share your entry (include #sweepstakes). 1 Grand Prize Winner: 4-day/3-night trip to New York City and 4 tickets to the 9/11 Memorial. 1 First Prize Winner: $300 Gift Certificate to the Scholastic Store Online at thescholastic.com. 40 Runner-Up Prize Winners: $25 Gift Card to Target™. Total ARV: $3,800. Official Rules: scholastic.com/911day/rules.pdf.

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