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Bridges That Unite: Explores international development through the lens of global issues, resource inequity and quality of life around the world. Activities challenge youth to rethink typical assumptions about development by highlighting Canada's successful experience in helping communities to address the root causes of poverty and to mobilize their own resources to find solutions.
Strangers Becoming Us: An innovative look at immigration, diversity and multiculturalism in Canada.
Literacy Connections: A workshop for parents to help them read effectively with their children at home.
Celebrating Diversity: A teaching resource to foster inclusive classrooms and appreciation for human diversity.
Planting the Seeds: Looks at the concept of Canadian citizenship within the context of identity, belonging and the shared values that help us get along at home, in groups, in classrooms and in communities.
Nurturing Growth: Explores the people and forces that have shaped Canada and examines the shared values that foster cohesiveness and belonging in our diverse citizenry.
Sharing the Harvest: Helps youth build an understanding of global citizenship and raises awareness of world issues and interconnection.
Gathering Place: A teaching
resource for Grades 5 - 8 Social Science and History, exploring
the people, history, values and achievements reflected in the
sites, symbols, stories and attractions of Canada's capital.
Uses the funny and friendly Wallace & Gromit characters to introduce
the concept of healthy eating and to encourage increased consumption
of vegetables among children aged 7-9 years.
Creative Juices Going!: An environmental
art program that challenge students' creativity while raising
their awareness of environmental issues in waste reduction and
Strangers Becoming Us: An exploration of what immigration means, its role in the development of Canada and how it benefits us all as Canadians.
A guide to implementing a reading program where secondary school volunteers
read one-on-one with elementary school "buddies".
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