Listed below are activities to do with your mentee!
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- Match Activities
Click on the link for just a few of the activities provided in the mentor training manual!
- Graphic Novel on Bullying
The Newspaper in Education department of the Omaha World Herald has developed a specific activity on bullying for mentors and mentees. This activity will generate discussion on the issue of bullying whether your mentee is being bullied, the bully or witnessed bullying. If your mentee is experiencing bully, please contact the school coordinator or TeamMates Coordinator to seek assistance.
- What’s Hot? What’s Not?
Click on the link to do an activity to discover what kids are into today!
- Are you a veteran? Check out this idea.
Activities with the Arts
TeamMates has partnered with the Nebraska Arts Council to provide matches with art tote activities and digital film making. Mentees become the mentor when utilizing technology to share stories. Click on the link below to view digital films created by TeamMates matches.
Why Focus on Personal Finance?
It’s too bad money doesn’t come with instructions. Because we all need to know how to spend it, save it and borrow it wisely.
How Can You Get Involved?
Financial resources, information and topics including age appropriate games, lessons and projects are listed below. Select an activity or two you think your mentee would like to do during your mentoring time!
- Saving Makes Us Wait
Information on money management and saving money for children in the 3rd through the 5th grade.
- Why Save? Middle School
Information on money management and saving money for children in the 6th through the 8th grade.
- Why Save? High School
Information on money management and saving money for youth in the 9th grade through the 12th grade.
- Do You Think Like a Millionaire?
Questions about millionaires that are fun for mentors and mentees to work on together.
Choose from the list below of suggested mentor/mentee activities.