The UN convention on the rights of the child in child friendly language. Let them know their own rights.

The UN convention on the rights of the child in child friendly language. Let them know their own rights. (Consider residential schools or the sixties scoop)

Children's Rights and Responsibilities. Sometimes children take their "rights" for granted and forget that they actually have "responsibilities" that go hand in hand. To be an active citizen you have to take both your rights and responsibilities into consideration.

These are great images that link to the Convention on the rights of the child. To be an active citizen it is important that students are aware of their rights and responsibilities and take on the correct social approach (Reynolds,

United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) - SOS Children's Villages International

United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) - SOS Children& Villages International

Children rights. Children are innocent, trusting and full of hope. Their childhood should be full of love and joy. All children and young people should have the same rights and should be given the same opportunity to enjoy an adequate life. Girls should be given the same opportunity as boys.

Children rights. Children are innocent, trusting and full of hope.

Brighten up your setting and demonstrate how you get it right for every child by creating an exciting SHANARRI Display!

Brighten up your setting and demonstrate how you get it right for every child by creating an exciting SHANARRI Display!

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Lay out one hoop per sound, in a 'column'. Then place the right sound card next to each one. As a child jumps in the hoops they say each sound in order and then orally blend it as they jump out of the last one!

Brighten up your setting and demonstrate how you get it right for every child by creating an exciting SHANARRI Display!

Brighten up your setting and demonstrate how you get it right for every child by creating an exciting SHANARRI Display!

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