Cartoon Network Animates Our Students’ Stories

August 30, 2018

In 2018, our friends at Cartoon Network animated two 826 Network student stories—one by Jekaya, Grade 4, 826 Boston (Sweater) and another by Nana-Wadieh, Grade 3, 826NYC (Feathers). These stories were part of the 826 National Inclusion Storytelling Project – an effort to promote kindness, caring, and empathy among students across the country.

To learn about our collaboration, click here. To check out all Social Emotional Learning lessons from the project and to receive a free bookmaking kit on 826 Digital made in partnership with Cartoon Network, click here.

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