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Rally Together and Create a Lasting Memory

We have heard over and over during the past couple of months that we are smack dab in the midst of an unprecedented experience, and it's absolutely true - you are living through a unique moment in history!  You will want to remember what you're experiencing and how you're feeling, so why not take some time to put together your own personal time capsule.  The process is simple, and when you open it up years down the road, you will be grateful you took the time to create such a poignant memory. 

The Art of Coaching Volleyball has shared a fun document to walk you through creating a My 2020 Covid-19 Time Capsule.  Some pages to spur your creative ingenuity include . . . 

  • Pictures of people you are social distancing with
  • All About Me - including age, a list of favorites, friends & what you want to be when you grow up
  • How I'm Feeling
  • My Community
  • What I Am Doing to Keep Busy
  • Handprints
  • Special Occasions Celebrated 
  • Letter to Myself
  • Interview Your Parents
  • Letter from Your Parents

Be creative--you can add many other memory keepsakes to your time capsule!  

If you create a My 2020 Covid-19 Time Capsule, share a picture and tag us.  We will give you a repost!

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