Activities and Materials for Classrooms
A poster with a child-friendly description of the articles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
An Irish language poster with a child-friendly description of the articles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Convention on the Rights of the Child article icons with their description on the reverse.
Instructions for card games with the Child Rights Cards.
An animation that explains child rights.
An animation that explains child rights to 3 to 6 year olds.
An animation that explains child rights to 3 to 6 year olds, with an audio description.
An animation that explains child rights to 3 to 6 year olds, with international sign.
Child rights themed school assemblies.
Guidelines for creating a classroom charter.
Guidelines for setting up and running a student council.
A template to identify how your school is realising child rights.
A survey for children to identify how safe they feel at school.
A tool for planning actions to become a Child Rights School.
Activities to cut out and stick on the rights ribbon planning tool.
A colouring and activity book for young children to learn about their rights.
Videos and animations about UNICEF's work globally.
A magazine for children explaining the Child Rights Schools programme.
A guide connecting the articles of the Convention on the Rights of the Child to different aspects of the school.
Teacher manual to accompany the Know Your Rights -Student Workbook
A workbook for children to learn about their rights.
A booklet for children that outlines what they are entitled to.
A poster to accompany the Know Your Rights workbook.
A step-by-step guide on how to start an activism group.
Lesson plans to explore global justice issues and the Sustainable Development Goals with post primary students.
Young people’s version of the official document - the UNCRC general comment No. 25 (2021)- sets out children’s rights in the digital world.
Myths and misconceptions about the Convention on the Rights of the Child explained.
An activity pack to end violence in and around schools.
A PowerPoint presentation with tips and activities for discussing conflict and war using child rights language.
A questionnaire for children in your school so that you have an overview of their current knowledge and understanding of children’s rights and how much children feel that their rights are respected and enjoyed at school.
PowerPoint Presentations with child-friendly information and activities to explore the articles of the Convention with your class.
A resource to explain the history of child rights with young children through the social story methodology.
Guidelines for educators on how to include rights-based child participation in schools.
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