National Mix It Up at Lunch Day is next week! If you haven't started planning yet, don't worry: This edition of The Moment has everything you need to design a SUPER Mix experience your students won't forget. And if you can't participate on October 23, no big deal. Mix It Up can—and should—happen all year long.
How can you prepare students for Mix It Up at Lunch Day? We’ve got a collection of classroom activities to help you do just that.
Mix It Up at Your School! Use our free posters, coloring pages and clip art to promote Mix It Up around your school and to get students involved and excited. Our press release template and sample social media posts can...
Mix It Up at Lunch Day is right around the corner. It's time for you and your students to start putting all you've learned into action!
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