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Sadako's Cranes for Peace
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • K-2, 3-5, MS
The inspiring story of a young girl named Sadako who attempted to make 1000 origami cranes (birds) as a sign of peace after the Hiroshima bomb. Most...
Treaty of Versailles (Role-Play)
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Decision making activity encouraging students to empathize with representatives at the Paris Peace Conference; and engage in debate in order to...
Peace: can it be achieved?
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • Elementary (Grades 3-5)
<p>Looks at the meaning of pacifism; peace in the Bible and lots of examples of peace symbols. Task is a choice between creating own peace...
Peace Corps Challenge Game—Traditional Greetings
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  • Geography
  • K-2, 3-5, MS
The world is full of different cultures with different traditions, languages, customs, and greetings. Students will explore several ways in which...
Respectful communication, cooperation, critical thinking, perspective-taking
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • K-2, 3-5
New York DOE
Created by valued Ashoka partner Empatico , these engaging lesson plans cover key changemaking skills including Respectful Communication, Cooperation...
Peace Day PowerPoint
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  • Current Events
  • K-2, 3-5
International Day of Peace - September 21st. A PowerPoint suitable for discussions relating to ‘A Peacekids Adventure’ story by Steve Diamond and...
International Day of Peace Assembly
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An assembly for Middle / High School to celebrate the UN's International Day of Peace. There's a short film, some games, a story and a PowerPoint...
A lesson for the International Day of Peace
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  • Classroom Materials
  • High School
A lesson to start the celebration of the International Day of Peace. Students discuss what is meant by peace and tolerance, how much peace is...
A Lifetime of Service
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With a decades-long nursing career to her credit, Mary Ann Camp was a hero before she became a Peace Corps Volunteer. Still, while many Americans her...