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Select your top 2 to 3 adventures for each block before Noon Pacific Time through the Daily Form button below. You’ll be sent a confirmation email to the address you provide with Zoom login details for your “Choose an SSP Adventure” in advance – one email for each block. If you can’t access the form, email your selections to Megan Walsh and she’ll sign you up!

Tuesday Adventures:

2-3pm Pacific Time Block

Click on the adventure title to see the description and suggested materials!


Suggested Materials:

Description: Today we will be exploring the kitchen, learning simple, helpful tricks and tips! Some tips may include how to hold a knife correctly, how to make rice, some ideas about meal prep, etc. We will also be including some easy college snacks for those entering college or for those who want some easy recipes to make at home.

Suggested Materials:

  1. Notebook for taking notes
  2. Can bring your favorite premade or homemade snack to share recipes or suggestions

Description: Journal Comics! Use the cool drawing skills you practiced in part one to learn about autobiographical comic making!

Suggested Materials: Pen and paper.

Description: We’ll spend the time relaxing and free drawing. We’ll have some drawing prompts and invite each other to share, letting our imaginations lead us. We’ll also play some doodle games like drawing with eyes closed.

Suggested Materials:

  1. Paper
  2. Pencil and/or pen
  3. Hard surface to work on

Description: Get outdoors and get moving with the Walking Club! We will spend our time enjoying the art form of walking and creating space for discussion, centering, and exercise.

Suggested Materials:

  1. Water Bottle
  2. Comfortable Clothing
  3. Pedometer (phone app like Strava or physical)

Description: Improvising in music can be intimidating to approach, but there’s no need to fear! Here in the Chord Chorner you’ll learn some of the basic elements of improvising, where you can apply it, and how to have fun doing it.

Suggested Materials:

  1. A musical instrument or your voice!
  2. 1 or 2 favorite SSP songbook songs
  3. Water (b/c hydration is always important) & a thirst for knowledge!

Description: Come join our Minecraft build battle! You will be tasked to build a specific object and have a set amount of time to create it.

Required Materials: PC Java Minecraft Account

Description: In this session, we will make homemade body scrub with the youth. The recipe is very easy and most youth should have the ingredients at their house (oil, sugar, etc). There are several different types (brown sugar, coffee, etc.) so the youth can choose whatever type they want to make!

Suggested Materials:

  1. Carrier/Base oil (coconut, jojoba, grapeseed, olive..)
  2. Essential Oils
  3. One or more of these ingredients:
    1. Brown Sugar
    2. Coffee Grounds
    3. Sea Salt (Ground)
    4. Green Tea
    5. Honey

Description: This is a time to truly just relax and have a good time. In this adventure, we will go on a short walk and once you find a place you would like to do some cloud watching, go ahead and flop yourself on the floor. Then just look up at the clouds and relax, maybe see what shapes you see. Then we will go through a short guided meditation to make us feel grounded.

Suggested Materials:

  1. Yourself
  2. Optional: SSP journal

3:30-4:30pm Pacific Block

Click on the adventure title to see the description and suggested materials!

Description: Simple steps to make big differences in your community and the world. An easy guide to beginning a path of advocacy and taking advantage of your own talents when supporting a cause.

Suggested Materials: An open mind and heart

Description: Baking various breakfast breads. Participants will choose whichever bread they wish to bake.

Suggested Materials:

  1. SSP journal (Yam Bread recipe near the end)
  2. Flour, all purpose 3 cups
  3. Cinnamon 2 teaspoons
  4. Nutmeg 1 teaspoon
  5. Ginger 1-1/2 teaspoons
  6. Pepper 1 teaspoon
  7. Baking soda 1 tablespoon & 1/2 teaspoon
  8. Salt 1 teaspoon
  9. Eggs 4 (or substitute)
  10. Oil 3/4 cup
  11. Sugar, white 1-1/4 cups
  12. Sugar, brown 1 cup
  13. Dairy/alternative milk 1/2 cup
  14. Vanilla extract 1-1/2 teaspoons
  15. Yam, cooked and mashed 2-1/2 cups (precook/cool in advance of adventure!)
  16. Optional: apple (shredded), zucchini (shredded), or banana (mashed) instead of yam!
  17. 9×13 pan

Description: Participants will be given an example and a brief intro to spoken word and processing emotion through art forms. We’ll watch a short video of spoken word and you will be given a prompt of something that they feel passionate about / how they want to create change in the world etc. You will be invited to share your raps / spoken word in a nonjudgmental space.

Suggested Materials: Paper and a pen

Description: Writing thank you letters and notes of personal significance to people that are still working everyday through the pandemic and protests, and then sending (or handing) the letters to the people they wrote to. Can be a local grocery store worker, your delivery person, a barista, etc.

Suggested Materials:

  1. Pen/pencil
  2. Paper
  3. Stickers or other decorations (if you’d like to accessorize your letter)

Description: Exercises that you can do in your room!

Suggested Materials: Water

Description: Following designs and instructions on paper, use thread and needle to make different mesmerizing designs.

Suggested Materials: 

  1. Embroidery Floss
  2. Needle
  3. Paper
  4. Pen/Pencil
  5. Optional: Access to a printer

Description: Based in the Minecraft computer game. Players spawn on their own personal island. The border closes in slowly pushing people closer together. There are items spread across the map to aid them in survival.

Suggested Materials: 

  1. You need a Minecraft java edition
  2. Internet connection
  3. Computer mouse

Description: Thankfulness exercise to be thankful for things in your life. Self appreciation.

Suggested Materials: 

1. 1 sheet of construction paper(exercise part)
2. 2-3 sheets of paper (thank you notes or thank you letters)
3. Pens, markers