Free The Children offers core educational resources that give students a comprehensive, critical understanding of local and global issues. Our curriculum starts in the classroom but reaches far beyond. Check out our range of materials, designed to help engage your students and take their understanding of world issues to the next level while covering curriculum touchstones.
Featured lesson plans
In partnership with RBC, we are excited to share It All Adds Up, a diverse lesson plan package to help students learn personal finance skills and vocabulary to achieve their goals and change the world. It All Adds Up brings the financial world to the classroom and engages students to learn about the importance of understanding their personal finances empowering them to reach their goals, plan cost-effective fundraisers and more.
How do you and your students keep your body and mind in world-changing shape? With this package of lesson, learn the skills to cook food where tasty and healthy mean the same thing. Then use your new kitchen confidence to make meals that give you the energy to lead positive local and global change. Learn. Make. Change. That’s what it takes to be Home Cook Heroes.
It All Adds Up Elementary lesson package
It All Adds Up Secondary lesson package
Home Cook Heroes Elementary lesson package
Home Cook Heroes Secondary lesson package
Library of resources
Browse our library of resources to find issue based lesson plans. Campaign lesson packages, speaking tour lesson packages and more. The library is searchable by grade, class subject, topic, country and language to make finding the perfect lesson for your class that much easier.Search our library
Global Voices is a weekly social issue based column written by Craig and Marc Kielburger with accompanying elementary and secondary resources. This unique educational program allows educators the opportunity to bring current local and global social issues into the classroom. The resources are developed to introduce topical and sometimes difficult issues through discussion questions, mapping exercises and issue-based activities. Sign up to receive the column and resources in your inbox every Monday during the school year.Sign up Learn more