Social Media Plan for Elementary Parents starting January 6

Racking your brain for a way to provoke meaningful conversations between parents and their elementary kids in less than 140 characters? Well, rack no more!

Below, you will find everything you need to cue parents this week through every major social media outlet from Twitter to Pinterest (so you can focus your brain power on posting the really important stuff—like that picture you just took of your cat eating black eyed peas). And if you missed our first post explaining what all this is, take a second to get up to speed by clicking here!

If Pampers and Goldfish are more your speed, check out our First Look blog for the social media plan to connect parents with preschoolers: https://orangeblogs.org/firstlook

Or if you are surrounded by boy bands and learners permits, try our social media plan for connecting parents and students at: https://orangeblogs.org/xp3students

This week we are supplying you with 6 tweets, 3 Facebook posts with Facebook Timeline photos, 2 pictures for Instagram, and 2 articles to pin on Pinterest. Feel free to use these posts however you wish. Want to get a little crazy and swap Monday’s tweet with Wednesday’s? Go right ahead! Feel like posting a different picture to Instagram? We don’t mind! You can simply copy and paste the words below or add a little flare of your own to any and all posts. These posts should start going out on Monday January 6 and follow this social media plan. If you have any questions, suggestions for content or an exceptionally cute picture of your cat, please share in the comment section below this post. Until next week, Happy Tweeting!

 

Twitter:

  • Monday: Who better to ask than the one and only Know It All?
  • Tuesday: At dinner ask: What is something you’re naturally good at? Do you think there is more to learn?
  • Wednesday: Knowledge is on the move! https://orangeparents.org/did-you-know/
  • Thursday: Even Jesus had questions about God. Read all about it in this week’s bedtime story! Luke 2:41-52
  • Friday: Everyone is wired with a natural curiosity to know what we don’t know. https://youtu.be/vWcisAkp5Js
  • Saturday: How can you tap into your child’s natural curiosity to teach him more about God’s character? https://orangeparents.org/an-agnostic-lesson/

 

Facebook: Possible Timeline Photos for January:

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  • Monday:  Who better to ask than the One who really Knows It All?

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  • Thursday: If you really want to learn new things and be better at whatever you are doing—whether it’s skateboarding, stargazing, or scrap booking—you need to know how to LISTEN. So to kick-off the month of knowledge, gather some family or friends and play a fun game of telephone! How To: Sit on the floor in a tight circle. Choose one person to start the game by thinking of a silly sentence, then clearly whispering it in the ear of the person to his or her left. The message is then repeated, quietly, from person to person in clockwise order. The whisperer is only allowed to say the message once so listen up! When the last person in the circle hears the sentence, he or she will say it aloud. The first whisperer then states what the original sentence was. You won’t believe how scrambled something can seem when you aren’t really listening!
  • Friday: Everyone is wired with a natural curiosity to know what we don’t know. https://youtu.be/vWcisAkp5Js

 

Instagram:

Here are possible Instagram Photos for you this week:

Who better to ask than the One who really Knows It All?

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Let’s learn something new this year!

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Pinterest: 2 articles to pin this week (also check out 252 Basic’s new Pinterest page)

Knowledge is on the move! https://orangeparents.org/did-you-know/

How can you tap into your child’s natural curiosity to teach him more about God’s character? https://orangeparents.org/an-agnostic-lesson/

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