Celebrate #StudentVoiceDay 2020

Join us on May 13th for #StudentVoiceDay 2020, a celebration of learners and voices around the world!

For this day, we join Our Global Classroom (OGC) Community, Flipgrid, Wakelet and more to encourage classrooms to come together in celebration of the goodness in our communities! Is there a friend that has inspired you to take your learning to the next level? Perhaps they’ve taught you practices that have helped you make a difference. Better yet, have they done something that has helped you improve your well-being? Whatever it is, let those people know how they’ve impacted your life!

Join us all on #StudentVoiceDay where we’ll share our appreciation for those around us. To participate, have your students (and/or yourself) create a Buncee and share their gratitude! Write, record, or animate your message of thanks for someone who has helped you recently. Tell them how they have helped you and what difference they made – whether its a parent, a friend, a neighbor or a frontliner!

To help you amplify your voice for the celebration, we’ve put together some resources to help you get involved. For more information, you can also read the original post by Buncee Ambassador Michael Drezek.


#StudentVoiceDayChat – May 12, 2 PM & 9 PM ET

The celebration starts a day early! Tune in for the #StudentVoiceDayChat on Twitter on May 12th at 2 PM and at 9 PM EST. Hosted by #OurGlobalClassroom, you’ll hear how classrooms around the world are celebrating Student Voice Day on May 13th and beyond!



#StudentVoiceDay Webinar – May 12, 4:30 PM ET

GIF about Buncee's Webinar for Student Voice Day

Join a group of educators from around the globe as they share how to have a wonderful #StudentVoiceDay with your students! Learn how Buncee can be used to celebrate the day and make everyday Student Voice Day for your students!

May 12 at 4:30 PM ET
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New #StudentVoiceDay Templates

Explore Buncee’s Templates Library to access 10+ new templates for #StudentVoiceDay! Type Student Voice in the Search bar to get started! Here’s a sample of what you’ll find:

Buncee Template for Gratitude Letter

Gratitude Letter

Take a moment and write a digital letter of thanks to someone meaningful in your life!

Copy the Template


Buncee Template for Sharing What You're Grateful For

I am grateful for …

Record a video in a Buncee and share who or what you are grateful for during this time.

Copy the Template





Buncee Template for sharing about positive influences in your life

How I Can Be a Positive Influence

Take your gratitude to the next level! Share how you can be the positive influence for those around you.

Copy the Template


Buncee Template for Sharing your Student Voice

Share your Student Voice

There’s no limit to how you can participate on #StudentVoiceDay. Record a video and share your message!

Copy the Template




Digital Buncee Thank You Card

Send your thanks to a Hero

Join us as we share appreciation to the heroes who continue to help others during this time by adding a thank-you card to the #Hugs4Heroes Buncee Board!

Then, share this Buncee Board with the heroes around you, such as family members working on the frontline or those serving in your community!

Search heroes in Buncee’s Templates Library to find templates for greeting a hero in your life.


New Stickers and Animations

Slideshow graphic of Student Voice Day stickers

Check out our latest stickers to help you get creative for the day! Head to the Buncee media library and search studentvoice to find the latest graphics.





We hope you join us as we share our voices and celebrate the positivity all around us! As you and your students participate on the day, share your creations on social using the hashtag #StudentVoiceDay or add them to the official Wakelet Collection. We can’t wait to see what you create next!


Interested to read more about student voice and engagement? Check out these resources:

Buncee Hugs for Heroes
Around the World with Buncee
A Student’s Perspective on Creativity and Learning

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