Hannah is a member of the jury for the World's Children's Prize in Stockholm each year. It's amazing! Check it out at www.worldschildrensprize.org
Presenting makeChange The Ladybug Foundation Education Program
... an exciting multi-media K-12 resource aligned to curricular outcomes across Canada for teachers to use in their classrooms to empower young people to get involved and make change in their community and in their world!
Developed by a team of experienced teachers, the Program is available in separate grade-level kits, including a detailed Teacher Guide; user-friendly, age-appropriate lesson plans, suggested outcomes and actions; original video content; original music and music videos (including sheet music); original poster images; Ruby's Hope by Hannah Taylor (K-4); editable Black Line Masters and Frames; curricular connections; I can makeChange web content and challenges; I can makeChange Social Action Project Planning Charts; detailed bibliographies; Award Certificate forms; makeChange with Hannah; and more!
makeChange: The Ladybug Foundation Education Program has been developed and is sold by The Ladybug Foundation Education Program Inc., a non-profit registered charitable organization (BN 82093 0873RR0001).