For over 20 years, Boston Scores has delivered its unique blend of team-based Soccer, Poetry and Service Learning programs to students in the Boston Public Schools.

In the wake of school closures in the spring of 2020, Scores has adapted its Power of Poetry, Soccer For Success and One Hen Social Entrepreneurship curricula into a series of weekly video projects and challenges available to any student or educator.

We encourage you to create & express, to move and play, to connect and help with us.

Check out the blog posts below for all of our latest activities, or click on one of these buttons to see only the projects from your favorite program.

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Reflection: Roses, Buds & Thorns

Week of May 11 – May 15 Coach Allison and the rest of the Scores Coaching staff talk about Roses, Buds & Thorns. This is a simple mindfulness & reflection exercise the team uses to look back on the week’s highlights, new ideas & challenges

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Poetry: The Sonnet & The Volta

Week of May 11 – May 15: This week we look at the 14-line poetic form known as the Sonnet! Coach Kieran and Coach Ive also introduce us to the Volta, a poetic device used in sonnets to change the tone or theme of a poem.

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Service: Revenue, Cost & Profit

Week of May 11 – May 15: How does a business earn money? For a social entrepreneur, it all starts with an understanding of Revenues (the $$ you bring), Costs (the $$ you must spend to make & sell your product) and Profit (the $$ you have left over that you can re-invest in your product and your community).

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Meet The Program Team

Week of May 4 – May 8: This week we invite you meet the real Coaches behind the avatars! Get to know Coaches Gaby, Kieran, Nelson, Ethan, Ive, Allison and Ever, who create our Soccer, Poetry & Service videos and challenges each week.

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Soccer: Pull Back Turns

Week of April 27 – May 1: Coach Ethan demonstrates Pull Back Turns this week. This is a great footwork skill you can work on at home that will help you create space from defenders while keeping control of the ball.

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