Here is the Social Media Plan for influencing parents to have offline conversations with their kids. If you missed the first post explaining what that is then click here. The following information will be 6 tweets, 3 Facebook posts with 2 Facebook Timeline photos, 2 pictures for Instagram, and 2 articles to pin on Pinterest. Feel free to use any and all of this information but also don’t feel tied to these updates word for word. These are simply examples that you could copy and paste if you wanted or you can add your own personality. These posts should start going out on Monday November 5th and follow this social media plan. If you have any questions, suggestions, or even content that other people can use to help influence parents for this week then please leave your comments below the post. We hope this really helps.
- Monday: God wants us to cooperate with each other. Ask your child who they like to cooperate with the best.
- Tuesday: Ask your child tonight at dinner: What makes it hard to cooperate with other people?
- Wednesday: Don’t do tasks for your kids. Do tasks WITH your kids. https://www.orangeparents.org/dont-do-it-for-your-kids/
- Thursday: Share a story with your child when cooperation really helped you out.
- Friday: Playing games, building structures, and playing pretend all take cooperation. Pick one and do with your child.
- Saturday: Today you have 20%. Prioritize it with your kids. https://www.orangeparents.org/prioritize-the-twenty-percent/
- A couple timeline graphics you can use for the month of November if you want:
The picture looks like this:
- With God, we can work together to get His work done.
- Thursday: Want a Family Fun Day that makes a difference? Try this:There are a lot of things in life that I take for granted… my family and friends, my education, my great job, even my pantry full of food! At the end of this month, we will all get together with family and friends to celebrate all that we have to be thankful for over a huge table of turkey, ham, dressing, cranberries, green beans, potatoes, pies, and more. But not everyone will have a table full of all their favorite home-cooked dishes. Some people can barely afford a table—much less, a huge turkey to display in the center. But here’s the good news—you can help make someone’s Turkey Day something to be thankful for! How? Look around your pantry for canned foods you may never use. Go to the store and stock up on some popular canned or shelved Thanksgiving items (pumpkin, dressing mix, cranberries, veggies, etc.) Then, donate those items to a local food bank or shelter. I bet you could come up with a large box full of food on your own, no problem. But here’s where a little cooperation could come in handy. How much do you think you could donate if you got all your friends, family, and neighbors to each give a large box of food? If you work together with a big group, you may be able to donate ten, even twenty boxes full of food to families in need this Thanksgiving! That’s a huge difference! So this week, work together with some friends and family. Make phone calls, pass out flyers, and donate enough food to fill dozens of tables. Because when you all work together, you’ll be able to give so much more than you ever could alone!
- Friday: This video will help you know what we are talking about this month. https://youtu.be/8jafpoHXyz8
Here are 2 possible Instagram Photos for you this week:
2 articles to pin this week
- Don’t do tasks for your kids. Do tasks WITH your kids. https://www.orangeparents.org/dont-do-it-for-your-kids
- Today you have 20%. Prioritize it with your kids. https://www.orangeparents.org/prioritize-the-twenty-percent