TeachKind offers FREE materials that cover a wide range of issues with age-appropriate language and images.
Use the form below to choose the items that you’d like to order, and e-mail us at Info@teachkind.org if you need items in bulk, have questions about additional items, or would like any other information. We’re here to help!
In addition to leaflets, stickers, and posters, we also offer two curriculum kits, which you can order below:
Share the World Curriculum Kit
Recommended for: Primary school students Description: “Share the World” is designed to help your students better understand and appreciate the animals with whom we share our world. This curriculum kit comes with a DVD and a poster that will help your students think creatively and use their writing skills to imagine the feelings of animals and consider their awesome abilities. Click here to view and print the accompanying teacher’s guide and activity sheets.
Just Choices Curriculum Kit
Recommended for: Secondary school students Description: “Just Choices” is designed to help your students develop a strong understanding and appreciation of historical and contemporary social justice movements. Through this program and its reproducible lesson plans, students will learn how their everyday choices affect others in society and be inspired to take on issues with passionate civic engagement. Find out more and download the accompanying worksheets and teacher’s guide here.
Please note: The items below are written and designed to be appropriate for children and teens, but you know your students better than we do. Please use your discretion to decide what will suit your classroom and students best.
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