Explore our range of free lessons for kindergarten to grade 8 that will help you increase disability awareness, accessibility and inclusion, and empower your students to make a difference in their school, community and the world. All our lessons, teacher guides, worksheets and additional resources are connected to provincial curriculum.
Check out a sample lesson or download our full toolkits for educators teaching kindergarten through grade 8:
This toolkit increases awareness about the importance of accessibility and inclusion while changing attitudes about the potential of people with disabilities. Have your students try this fun and effective tool to develop communication, teamwork, mentoring and creative thinking skills, and foster an understanding of social responsibility.
This toolkit can be a used as a month-long classroom focus on difference making that culminates in an award ceremony recognizing students for making a difference in the school or local community. Easily incorporated into existing curriculum, this toolkit introduces the idea that anyone can accomplish extraordinary things simply by thinking and acting beyond his or her own interests.
Using Rick’s story as a focal point, students develop an understanding of the potential of persons with disabilities, while learning about geography, weather systems, mathematical computation, teamwork, and reading comprehension. Students are encouraged to analyze environments from others’ perspective, empathize, problem solve, collaborate with peers, and communicate the importance of teamwork.