Learning at home

Teaching kids about world issues and important causes—and inspiring them to care—starts at home.

Activity 8: Learn and Talk About Water
Activity 8: Learn and Talk About Water

Access to clean water can mean the difference between life and death.

ACTIVITY 7: Learn and Talk About the Environment
ACTIVITY 7: Learn and Talk About the Environment

Can anything be done to reduce environmental damage? What is sustainable consumption and how can we each practise it at home?

ACTIVITY 6: Learn and Talk About Health
ACTIVITY 6: Learn and Talk About Health

Lack of access to health care, and poor health, affect other aspects of life for millions of people worldwide. What can be done to change this global issue?

ACTIVITY 5: Learn and Talk About Cyberbullying
ACTIVITY 5: Learn and Talk About Cyberbullying

Social media apps are great for staying in touch – but users are also three times more likely than non users to become victims of cyberbullying. Learn how to prevent it, protect yourself, and to intervene when others are being cyberbullied.

ACTIVITY 4: Learn and Talk About Food
ACTIVITY 4: Learn and Talk About Food

Get a better understanding of what causes food insecurity, and what can be done to feed the 800 million people who currently don’t have enough food to lead active, productive lives.

VIDEO: Turn your passion into action
VIDEO: Turn your passion into action

Learn how to create your action plan with Chris Hadfield 

VIDEO: Girl love!
VIDEO: Girl love!

Get behind empowerment with Superwoman Lilly Singh

VIDEO: Don’t let the bullies win
VIDEO: Don’t let the bullies win

How Winnie Harlow dealt with school bullies: first the wrong way, then the right way.

VIDEO: What’s “normal”?
VIDEO: What’s “normal”?

Actor and author J. R. Martinez talks about accepting other people’s differences – and our own.

Helping your kids understand today’s world issues
Helping your kids understand today’s world issues

Understanding the world around you is the first step towards making positive change. Here are six tried-and-true tips on how to engage your kids in the conversation.

ACTIVITY 3: Learn and Talk About Poverty
ACTIVITY 3: Learn and Talk About Poverty

Poverty is not as simple as not having enough money: It also means not having access to critical services, like healthcare, and opportunities to improve your condition. What can we do to end the cycle of poverty?

ACTIVITY 2: Learn and Talk About Education
ACTIVITY 2: Learn and Talk About Education

Around the world, 58 million primary-age children are not in school. How is this harmful, and what is standing in the way of universal education?