Teach children about WorldCrafts
Our children are the world’s future leaders, artisans, consumers, and advocates for the poor. Teaching them about poverty, fair trade, and the work of WorldCrafts is so important.
As children embrace WorldCrafts’ vision, they can be a compelling voice of prayer and support for our artisans across the globe.
These resources are for girls and boys in grades 1-6. We hope they will have fun learning about the role WorldCrafts plays in bringing change to impoverished families throughout the world.
- Teachers and parents can use our 30-minute lesson plan to teach age-appropriate information about WorldCrafts to children.
- Download our What in the World is WorldCrafts? activity for a fun quiz for children to take about WorldCrafts.
- Children will also enjoy finding the locations of artisans on our world map.
- Introduce different cultures by making some of our WorldCrafts recipes.
- Order WorldCrafts products to show children WorldCrafts products. You can use the tag on each product or the artisan story posters to teach about the artisans who make the products.
- Wear current WorldCrafts jewelry and accessories when teaching so you can tell the stories of the artisans who made the pieces you are wearing.
- Use the WorldCrafts African Pennant Banners to decorate your teaching space.
- Share photos of your teaching space and children (only with parents’ approval) on social media with #WorldCrafts and tag us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.