Multimedia Resources

Available in English & Spanish

Created in collaboration with Save the Children

Credible Resources: How to find accurate, credible information about immigration through a variety of media platforms

2021Kiddos

LPEV Storytelling in Spanish: Watch & listen to stories read by Ceci Herrera, El Paso Children's Coordinator

Bilingual Resource Videos: 

  • Arts & Crafts

  • Games & Activities

  • Reflection & Meditation Practice

 

Children on the Move Series

Bilingual worksheets, videos & poster series created by, for & with Children on the Move in the borderlands

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Vámonos (Spanish) - Educational Introduction
05:42
Border Servant Corps

Vámonos (Spanish) - Educational Introduction

In 2019, the Save the Children U.S. Emergencies Border Team partnered with Border Servant Corps to create a coloring book – Vámonos – for children migrating to the U.S. The coloring book provides children the opportunity to see a version of their story in print and use it as a basis to reflect, ask questions, and process their journey (Edition 1: 2020; Edition 2: 2021). In 2020, the collaboration developed additional print resources – 8 posters based on themes specifically requested by U.S. / México Borderland Children’s Coordinators. The posters aim to help children put a face on their emotions, spark joy and imagination in new situations, and create friendships with new and different children that surround them (Edition 1: 2022). In 2022, the Vámonos coloring book became available via video, with 2 versions in 5 languages. One version has an Educational Introduction: To be used as a tool for children who are learning about migration. Another version has a Guest Introduction: To be used for migrant children passing through borderland Hospitality Centers with their families. While the Vámonos story certainly does not depict every child's story; it provides a broad, general story by which conversations can be started to further the understanding of migration as a real-life process. Please consider supporting migrants in their journey wherever they may be: In the world, your region, your neighborhood. As one of our partners regularly shares with visitors, "If you encounter a migrant in your path, lend them a helping hand. You may never know their story, but you know they're your neighbor and we are here to help one another." This project was a creative collaboration between Save the Children & Border Servant Corps.
Vámonos (Spanish) - Guest Introduction
04:34
Border Servant Corps

Vámonos (Spanish) - Guest Introduction

In 2019, the Save the Children U.S. Emergencies Border Team partnered with Border Servant Corps to create a coloring book – Vámonos – for children migrating to the U.S. The coloring book provides children the opportunity to see a version of their story in print and use it as a basis to reflect, ask questions, and process their journey (Edition 1: 2020; Edition 2: 2021). In 2020, the collaboration developed additional print resources – 8 posters based on themes specifically requested by U.S. / México Borderland Children’s Coordinators. The posters aim to help children put a face on their emotions, spark joy and imagination in new situations, and create friendships with new and different children that surround them (Edition 1: 2022). In 2022, the Vámonos coloring book became available via video, with 2 versions in 5 languages. One version has an Educational Introduction: To be used as a tool for children who are learning about migration. Another version has a Guest Introduction: To be used for migrant children passing through borderland Hospitality Centers with their families. While the Vámonos story certainly does not depict every child's story; it provides a broad, general story by which conversations can be started to further the understanding of migration as a real-life process. Please consider supporting migrants in their journey wherever they may be: In the world, your region, your neighborhood. As one of our partners regularly shares with visitors, "If you encounter a migrant in your path, lend them a helping hand. You may never know their story, but you know they're your neighbor and we are here to help one another." This project was a creative collaboration between Save the Children & Border Servant Corps.
Vámonos (French) - Educational Introduction
06:28
Border Servant Corps

Vámonos (French) - Educational Introduction

In 2019, the Save the Children U.S. Emergencies Border Team partnered with Border Servant Corps to create a coloring book – Vámonos – for children migrating to the U.S. The coloring book provides children the opportunity to see a version of their story in print and use it as a basis to reflect, ask questions, and process their journey (Edition 1: 2020; Edition 2: 2021). In 2020, the collaboration developed additional print resources – 8 posters based on themes specifically requested by U.S. / México Borderland Children’s Coordinators. The posters aim to help children put a face on their emotions, spark joy and imagination in new situations, and create friendships with new and different children that surround them (Edition 1: 2022). In 2022, the Vámonos coloring book became available via video, with 2 versions in 5 languages. One version has an Educational Introduction: To be used as a tool for children who are learning about migration. Another version has a Guest Introduction: To be used for migrant children passing through borderland Hospitality Centers with their families. While the Vámonos story certainly does not depict every child's story; it provides a broad, general story by which conversations can be started to further the understanding of migration as a real-life process. Please consider supporting migrants in their journey wherever they may be: In the world, your region, your neighborhood. As one of our partners regularly shares with visitors, "If you encounter a migrant in your path, lend them a helping hand. You may never know their story, but you know they're your neighbor and we are here to help one another." This project was a creative collaboration between Save the Children & Border Servant Corps.
Vámonos (French) - Guest Introduction
05:20
Border Servant Corps

Vámonos (French) - Guest Introduction

In 2019, the Save the Children U.S. Emergencies Border Team partnered with Border Servant Corps to create a coloring book – Vámonos – for children migrating to the U.S. The coloring book provides children the opportunity to see a version of their story in print and use it as a basis to reflect, ask questions, and process their journey (Edition 1: 2020; Edition 2: 2021). In 2020, the collaboration developed additional print resources – 8 posters based on themes specifically requested by U.S. / México Borderland Children’s Coordinators. The posters aim to help children put a face on their emotions, spark joy and imagination in new situations, and create friendships with new and different children that surround them (Edition 1: 2022). In 2022, the Vámonos coloring book became available via video, with 2 versions in 5 languages. One version has an Educational Introduction: To be used as a tool for children who are learning about migration. Another version has a Guest Introduction: To be used for migrant children passing through borderland Hospitality Centers with their families. While the Vámonos story certainly does not depict every child's story; it provides a broad, general story by which conversations can be started to further the understanding of migration as a real-life process. Please consider supporting migrants in their journey wherever they may be: In the world, your region, your neighborhood. As one of our partners regularly shares with visitors, "If you encounter a migrant in your path, lend them a helping hand. You may never know their story, but you know they're your neighbor and we are here to help one another." This project was a creative collaboration between Save the Children & Border Servant Corps.
Vámonos (English) - Educational Introduction
05:03
Border Servant Corps

Vámonos (English) - Educational Introduction

In 2019, the Save the Children U.S. Emergencies Border Team partnered with Border Servant Corps to create a coloring book – Vámonos – for children migrating to the U.S. The coloring book provides children the opportunity to see a version of their story in print and use it as a basis to reflect, ask questions, and process their journey (Edition 1: 2020; Edition 2: 2021). In 2020, the collaboration developed additional print resources – 8 posters based on themes specifically requested by U.S. / México Borderland Children’s Coordinators. The posters aim to help children put a face on their emotions, spark joy and imagination in new situations, and create friendships with new and different children that surround them (Edition 1: 2022). In 2022, the Vámonos coloring book became available via video, with 2 versions in 5 languages. One version has an Educational Introduction: To be used as a tool for children who are learning about migration. Another version has a Guest Introduction: To be used for migrant children passing through borderland Hospitality Centers with their families. While the Vámonos story certainly does not depict every child's story; it provides a broad, general story by which conversations can be started to further the understanding of migration as a real-life process. Please consider supporting migrants in their journey wherever they may be: In the world, your region, your neighborhood. As one of our partners regularly shares with visitors, "If you encounter a migrant in your path, lend them a helping hand. You may never know their story, but you know they're your neighbor and we are here to help one another." This project was a creative collaboration between Save the Children & Border Servant Corps.
Vámonos (English) - Guest Introduction
04:12
Border Servant Corps

Vámonos (English) - Guest Introduction

In 2019, the Save the Children U.S. Emergencies Border Team partnered with Border Servant Corps to create a coloring book – Vámonos – for children migrating to the U.S. The coloring book provides children the opportunity to see a version of their story in print and use it as a basis to reflect, ask questions, and process their journey (Edition 1: 2020; Edition 2: 2021). In 2020, the collaboration developed additional print resources – 8 posters based on themes specifically requested by U.S. / México Borderland Children’s Coordinators. The posters aim to help children put a face on their emotions, spark joy and imagination in new situations, and create friendships with new and different children that surround them (Edition 1: 2022). In 2022, the Vámonos coloring book became available via video, with 2 versions in 5 languages. One version has an Educational Introduction: To be used as a tool for children who are learning about migration. Another version has a Guest Introduction: To be used for migrant children passing through borderland Hospitality Centers with their families. While the Vámonos story certainly does not depict every child's story; it provides a broad, general story by which conversations can be started to further the understanding of migration as a real-life process. Please consider supporting migrants in their journey wherever they may be: In the world, your region, your neighborhood. As one of our partners regularly shares with visitors, "If you encounter a migrant in your path, lend them a helping hand. You may never know their story, but you know they're your neighbor and we are here to help one another." This project was a creative collaboration between Save the Children & Border Servant Corps.

COVID-19 Activity Pages

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¡COVID-19 Superhéroes!

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COVID-19 Superheroes!

Children on the Move Videos

Libros Para El Viaje

Storytelling in Spanish

 

Bilingual Videos

Arts & Crafts / Arte & Artesanía
Games & Activities / Juegos y Actividades
Reflection & Meditation Practices / Prácticas de Refleción y Meditación