Ron’s Big Mission | Read Aloud and Activities

In this filmed Creative Clubhouse Stories class, Caitlyn explores the concept of fairness & self advocacy by investigating racism and discrimination in the children’s book Ron’s Big Mission.
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Nine-year-old Ron loves going to the Lake City Public Library to look through all the books on airplanes and flight. Today, Ron is ready to take out books by “himself.” But in the segregated world of South Carolina in the 1950s, Ron’s obtaining his own library card is not just a small rite of passage – it is a young man’s first courageous mission. Here is an inspiring story, based on Ron McNair’s life, of how a little boy, future scientist, and Challenger astronaut desegregated his library through peaceful resistance.

Creative Clubhouse Stories: Ron’s Big Mission

 

Grown-Ups

Join Caitlyn for live interactive storytime and theater game classes! In April, we’re exploring mental health with our Feeling Feelings series. 

Let’s explore the big feelings that we feel every day. With a special focus on anger, frustration, anxiety, disappointment, and loss, Caitlyn will use theater to explore these feelings and how we can process them through play.

Wednesday in April at 4pm Live on Zoom! 
$10 per 45 minute class or $35 for all four 45 minute classes
Best for ages 3-8 

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