Children's Rights and Responsibilities

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,

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Rights, Rules, and Responsibilities

Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens- Complete Lesson (

Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens- Complete Lesson (No Prep!)

Teach primary learners about the rights and responsibilities of United States citizens with this no-prep lesson plan!

JUST UPDATED!! This unit features 5 activities about rights and responsibilities in our community and school. It could be used anywhere from Kindergarten up to 2nd or even 3rd grade. Included in this set:-Posters with definitions and examples-Rights and responsibilities bubble map- Students give several examples of each.-Writing activity- Students write rights and responsibilities of their own made up land-Flipbook- Rights in my community/ Responsibilities in my community-9 large cards for…

Rights and Responsibilities Social Studies Unit

Rights and Responsibilities Social Studies Unit JUST UPDATED! This unit features 5 activities about rights and responsibilities in our community and school.

Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens

Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens

Responsibility Lessons, Rights And Responsibilities, Government Lessons, Elementary Schools, High Schools, High School, 2nd Grades

Social Studies for Little Learners- (Rights and Responsibilities)

Social Studies for Little Learners- (Rights and Responsibilities)

Students write what their roles, rights and responsibilities are at the school and at home. Then they draw a picture of themselves doing those roles, rights and responsibilities as the cover of the booklet.

Students write what their roles, rights and responsibilities are at the school and at home. Then they draw a picture of themselves doing those roles, rights and responsibilities as the cover of the booklet.

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