Grade 4

All in Good Order – from Play it Fair!

Silent activity to demonstrate respectful physical/visual communication. Available in English and French.

Social Studies curriculum objectives met:
Theme 2: 4-V-C-002

Celebrate All Year Round – Reference

Calendar identifying human rights days. Available in English only.

Social Studies curriculum objectives met:
Theme 1: 4-K-C-003
Theme 4: 4-K-C-039

The Noisiest Game in the World – from Play it Fair!

Group activity transmitting messages to learn about respectful communication. Available in English and French.

Social Studies curriculum objectives met:
Theme 2: 4-V-C-002

Our Rights – Reference

Cards, activities and suggested discussion questions to describing the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. Available in English only.

Social Studies curriculum objectives met:
Theme 1: 4-K-C-003

Stepping Out – from Classroom Activities for Children’s Rights

Activity to help students realize the diversity of identities and factors/situations that come along with those different identities. Available in English only.

Social Studies curriculum objectives met:
Theme 2: 4-V-I-003
Theme 4: 4-V-I-012, 4-V-I-012A, 4-V-I-012F

Talyat-Malyat – from Play it Fair!

Game to explore the diverse languages and cultures within one classroom. Available in English and French.

Social Studies curriculum objectives met:
Theme 4: 4-V-CC-013

Understanding Racism – from Make a Case Against Racism

This activity is intended to help students gain insight and understanding about what racism is, what it looks like, how it feels and how they might contribute to ending it.

Social Studies curriculum objectives met:
Theme 1: 4-K-C-001
Theme 2: 4-V-C-002, 4-V-C-002A
Theme 4: 4-K-C-038 , 4-K-I-042, 4-V-CC-013, 4-V-CC-014A

We All Have Rights and Responsibilities – from Children’s Rights

Lessons to lead you through creating a class charter together.

Social Studies curriculum objectives met:
Theme 2: 4-V-C-002, -V-P-007
Theme 4: 4-V-CC-014A

Where Does it Come From? – from Classroom Activities for Children’s Rights

Map activity where students identify where their foods, clothes, shoes, toys, etc. come from in the world – goal is to heighten students’ awareness of the links between their community and the wider world. Available in English only.
Associated subjects: Social Studies, Geography, Language Arts, History, Math.

Social Studies curriculum objectives met:
Theme 1: 4-K-L-005, 4-K-L-006
Theme 3: 4-K-T-036