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This poster outlines Article 1 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. In a landmark decision the Geneva-based U.N. Human Rights Council voted in favour and endorsed the rights of gay, lesbian and transgendered people in a UN gay rights protection resolution for the first time ever on Friday, 17 June, 2011.

FREE! Integrate seasonal changes, climate and weather into your Social Studies content. Students can easily relate to how environmental changes affect our clothing, food, work, play, traditions...and much more!

It’s Thanksgiving which means tables decorated with tiny porcelain figures of Native Americans sharing corn with pilgrims. It’s a holiday about being grateful, coming together, and being at peace but...

from Lasso the Moon

Mapping Food Around the World

A great geography lesson that encourages children to use creativity and figure out where the food they ate came from. So many ways you can alter this activity- have students be given a profile of a person and their basic food likes. Find at least 5 countries where you can find food that he or she will like.

I Have the Right to Be a Child by Alain Serres, illustrated by Aurelia Fronty (based on the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child)