This post is sponsored by Classroom Champions
For nearly 12 months, the pandemic has changed our lives dramatically. The way we work, shop, and socialize has been altered while our kids long for in-person school like they’re used to. Some days we’re thriving and other days we’re holding on by a thread, barely surviving.
Our kids are the same way. They’re finding it hard to be excited about the future when there’s so much uncertainty about when it will be safe to see their friends, how their school year will end, and what will be ok to do this summer. Many also struggle to stay motivated when school continues to be online.
But what happened to the goals and dreams our kids had before the pandemic?
Dreams of hanging out with friends, playing for an elite sports team, auditioning for the lead role on stage, landing a coveted in-person internship, and traveling are still there. Mask wearing, social distancing, and safety have pushed these dreams into the recesses of their minds.
The pandemic may have shifted our priorities, but it doesn’t mean pre-pandemic goals and dreams have disappeared. Pandemic or not, there are times when kids of all ages need a little help remembering their goals and this is where Classroom Champions can help.