Pure Game Teams up with Revere Elementary & United Way in Efforts to Keep Kids Active

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Author: Adrian Beunder

The Pure Game team is proud to partner up with Paul Revere Elementary School and United Way to help students stay active at home, practice Social and Emotional Skills and provide an important resource for teachers to learn how we empower the next generation during these trying times! 

Here at Pure Game, we’re proud of how we’ve crafted a dynamic and engaging virtual program filled with fun “Remote Recess” games, virtual exercise videos to help kids stay active, and virtual training programs for teachers at the schools we’ve partnered up with.

Every week, Paul Revere Elementary will be receiving a Remote Recess video which includes a fun 10-15 minute game for kids to play virtually, a Virtual Teacher Training Video to pick up on our curriculum that has benefited over 36,000 youth members across SoCal, and finally, they’ll receive a “Friday Challenge” that will challenge kids to reflect and consider specific character elements such as self-control. 

Remote Recess was created to adapt to distance learning when the pandemic struck in mid-March, and our goal is to continue to connect with students in their homes by providing life lesson skills, fun games, and activities all through videos we did at home!

As for our Friday Challenges, the initiative opens up the conversation about real issues that underserved youth face, and allows them to sit down and think deeply about a certain topic that will lead to the empowerment and develop a greater understanding of themselves. 

Once again, we’re excited to begin this partnership among many more and can’t wait to get kids physically and socially active again! To find out how you can make a difference in your community, CLICK HERE.

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