Category: Fun Methods

We are very excited to share some brilliant education resources from the Pratham Education Foundation. They offer an Open School with games, stories and videos in 12 languages. They’re doing some great work on COVID-19, including this great playlist on YouTube and this video: In June, our Topic of the

This introductory activity game is from our Children’s Participation in Eye Health and the Promotion of Good Vision resource book for teachers and educators. Read more about the book and download it now! This is a fun way for children to learn the ten Eye Health and Vision topics (this

The Think-Pair-Share (TPS) method is a great way to guide conversation between children and is often used at the beginning of a session. This method could be used for helping children remember the 100 Messages, any of our LifeSkills messages and other health messages. How to Use Introduce the material

Here are three lovely videos from our friend Emma at her Music House for Children On a Log on YouTube Video | On a Log Sheet Music PDF Rocky Mountain on YouTube Video | Rocky Mountain Sheet Music PDF   Forever Blue on YouTube Video | Forever Blue Sheet Music

The Rainbow Flower is a training tool that can be used in workshops that focus on children’s participation in health education. The Rainbow Flower contains seven concepts that distinguishes a participatory model from a ‘traditional health education model’. It is specially designed to be used with children (defined here as

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It’s our experience that children are very good at memorizing (much better than many adults!). Imagine how much some children are required to memorise for religious purposes! At Children for Health it is our dream that, before they leave primary school, every child has learnt and shared 100 important health

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Children for Health has created a learning system for teachers and youth workers to use if it helps! Our Director, Clare Hanbury, was one of the key architects of the Child-to-Child ‘SIX STEP APPROACH’ (alongside many wonderful field partners!) and the six steps were an important feature of many of

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Using role play is a powerful way to make sure that children are understanding the facts about Ebola. It is also a powerful way to get children to take dry ‘facts’ and weave them into a story that is close to situations they know and understand. Role plays are often

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There are  some essential messages and facts that children living in communities affected by Ebola need to know. Here are 20 messages to get you started. When children learn about Ebola they will be very effective in sharing this information with other children provided there is some adult support and

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Method In groups of 5 children discuss reasons the problems that Ebola is causes in their families and communities. Give or draw out a chart that looks like this but do not write the examples… What problems is Ebola causing for children in our families and communities?  (Examples) How Serious

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