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Elementary Resources

These classroom-ready lesson plans for the elementary classroom were developed to help achieve curriculum aims.

Please view PDF files before printing. You may wish to copy and print certain lesson plans rather than the entire files, since some files exceed 50 pages.

Global Citizenship Calendar

Global Citizenship Calendar
Celebrate international days of significance with your students using this colourful calendar and the activities that accompany it.

When Disaster Strikes Elementary

When Disaster Strikes Elementary
Examine current humanitarian emergencies using this engaging and up-to-date resource.

Classroom Activities for Children’s Rights

Classroom Activities for Children’s Rights
Use these classroom activities to explore what rights are and how the Convention on the Rights of the Child outlines the rights of all children.

Rights, Wants and Needs Activity Kit

Rights, Wants and Needs Activity Kit
Explore the link between rights and responsibilities with these participatory activities.

The Heaven Shop Teacher’s Guide

The Heaven Shop Teacher’s Guide
This is the companion teacher’s guide for The Heaven Shop, a novel about children orphaned by AIDS in Africa, by Canadian children’s author, Deborah Ellis.

Bringing Children’s Rights Alive

Bringing Children’s Rights Alive
These lessons, developed by staff and volunteers at UNICEF Canada, are consistent with the sixth grade language arts and social studies curricula in each province. Explore issues such as rights versus wants, income disparities and the food crisis through a range of fun and engaging activities.

Children of the World

Children of the World
This educational kit helps preschool and primary school children to face challenges, to confront other realities and to deepen their understanding of themselves as young citizens who can help initiate change.

Read the Convention in Other Languages

Convention on the Rights of the Child
Use these different versions of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in your classroom.

 

 

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