How to make a better world by Keilly Swift

We all want to make a better world for our future, don’t we?

This book ‘How to make a better world’ uses a simple step by step guide on different ways we can all make the world we live in a better place not only for ourselves – but for others too.

Aimed at children, but perfect for adults, this book dedicates each double page spread to show and tell different ways we can be.

Exploring yourself: Different emotions are explored from kindness to anxiety

Community spirit – volunteering to putting an end to bullying

Humanity – people power, starting a campaign and protesting

Environment – activism for animals, climate change and conservation.

Children will see how easy these actions are and how much of a big difference they will all make in how we feel about ourselves and the place we hold in the world.

‘How to make a better world’ by Keilly Swift is a great tool for parents and teachers to use on a daily basis with an easy way to focus on a different topic each day.

Children can read the double page spread and then discuss or create something that will help them to start playing a role in the world they can change.

A must read and a great link to sustainability outcomes in the Australian Curriculum

What can you do?

Read a page to start the school day every day. It is a great discussion point and can link into writing, reading and creating.

Have a go at the quizzes spread through the book and the short profiles on people who have made a difference – this can lead to further research and projects.

For older grades complete a school wide audit to see how green the school is and what can be improved

Head on over the my store and check out my resources that can be downloaded to allow you to focus on using less plastic and understanding where our clothes come from.

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