This youth generated video highlights the issue of CO2 emissions.
This youth generated video highlights the issue of deforestation.
K-6 teachers who participate in Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF 2013 are invited to submit entries for our exciting new School Challenge beginning October 1.
Entries must demonstrate, through video or another form of creative visual media, how your students are helping kids around the world through your efforts surrounding Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF.
Think of creative ways that you might excite your school and community to help kids around the world, such as Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF school parades, educationally-themed costume parties, student-created videos/photos/posters on helping kids, bake sales and other student social enterprises, or math parties in which everyone collaborates to calculate the impact of funds collected— Get as many kids as you can to participate and to spread the message far and wide throughout your community.
TeachUNICEF brings UNICEF into your classroom. Our 2013 Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF Teacher’s Guide includes interdisciplinary units for grades K-2 and 3-5. These lesson plans focus on hunger and malnutrition.
Visit TeachUNICEF to find additional global learning resources on a wide variety of topics for K-12 classrooms.
Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF is a powerful way to make a difference in the lives of the world’s children. Today, that mission is as urgent as ever, and the campaign is just as vibrant. Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF remains an inspiration to the young to further the cause of children everywhere. To order boxes or to participate visit rickortreatforunicef.org.
this resources, in spanish for grades 7-12, allows students to learn about the work of UNICEF, and identify problems that they would like to take action to eliminate in their community, nation, or on a global level.
Estos recursos, en español, introducen a los estudiantes a la labor de UNICEF.
This slideshow of UNICEF nutrition photos, which accompanies the Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF units, shows the impact of UNICEF's work on the lives of children who are malnourished.
Children with Disabilities: Nodira's Story will help teachers to engage students by:
• Promoting student reflection and critical thinking about being global citizens.
• Encouraging understanding about the ways in which children, specifically children with disabilities, are excluded from education and essential services around the world.
• Introducing UNICEF programs that address the root causes of the exclusion of children.