You’ve stocked up on new school supplies, prepped your lesson plans, and received your new student rosters. Now you can download new global educational resources that promote social-emotional learning and will help students develop critical 21st century skills.
These resources will provide students with an opportunity to virtually explore and experience a country, region, or topic that UNICEF is working on to achieve the Global Goals. Through hands-on learning experiences, kids go on Missions that help them learn what it means to be global citizens, and realize that their everyday activity can save lives.
This newest mission features short videos, lessons, multicultural activities, brain breaks and fun games from around the world, all laddering up to participation in the original and largest Kids Helping KidsⓇ initiative, Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF!
|These ready-to-go resources— like this free poster — can be incorporated into everyday curriculum and help students learn what it means to be global citizens while empowering them to help their peers around the world.|
This Halloween, when kids Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF they will learn the fundamental value of helping others and realize their own power to save lives. This annual tradition of collecting donations, big and small, has helped to raise more than $175 million since 1950 to help UNICEF provide medicine, nutrition, clean water, emergency relief and education for the world’s most vulnerable children. Learn more and order free collection boxes for your classroom at trickortreatforunicef.org.
|Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF empowers kids to help save the lives of other kids around the world. Order these free Goosebumps-inspired boxes for your classroom today!|
Start your school year with our new Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF mission and help your students learn important 21st century skills and global citizenship. And when Halloween rolls around next month, we hope your students will be inspired to be "scary good" and collect lifesaving change for kids in need.