Pippi Kessler

“Thanks to The Mosaic Project, youth educators who are passionate about social justice now have access to step-by-step instruction to help them infuse their work with children with their deepest values. This excellent curriculum offers fun, concrete activities to teach children to empathize, resolve conflicts, celebrate differences, and discover their inherent value and the value of others. This curriculum should be required reading for every teacher, parent, and youth group leader!” – Pippi Kessler, Director of Rowe Young People’s Camp

Lesley Bell

“The use of music is VERY effective. Your songs are WONDERFUL parts of the curriculum and will have lasting effect.” – Lesley Bell, 5th Grade Teacher

Natalee Bauer

I can’t begin to explain how phenomenal your musical curriculum is… I’ve never seen a better way to teach kids the meanings of some very complicated words. Since our school is a social justice school, we make every effort to teach ideas like stereotyping, empathy, discrimination, etc. However, I’ve never been able to explain these terms so simply and perfectly until I heard your songs.” – Natalee Bauer, 4th Grade Teacher, Mosaic Particpant


“I still to this day have the songs in my head, over and over teaching me these important lessons.” – Lydia, Mosaic Student, Age 11

Laurie Frank

“Wendell Berry said that ‘It is not from ourselves that we will learn to be better than we are.’ The Mosaic Project proves that by bringing children, youth, and adults together to learn from each other. This curriculum connects the Mosaic experience to the wider world by bringing it to all of us. Creating a sense of community is a serious endeavor in this day and age when we need it so much. The creation of it, though, is best done by playing, singing, laughing, and sharing — together. I long for the day when these songs and activities are part of every classroom, family gathering, and staff meeting.” – Laurie Frank, Author, Journey Toward the Caring Classroom