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One World Kids are the focus of much of this work; and as projects are completed this page hopes to become more and more exciting! Please come back and visit often.
All kids, of all ages, are welcome!

-The One World Kids Curriculum
-The One World Kids Club Newsletter
-The One World Kids "Hi" Sign
-The One World Kids Credo
-The Future
-Links to Other Great Kids Sites, and a Common Sense Warning

The One World Kids Curriculum
(this description can also be found on the FAQ's page).

[The One World Kids Curriculum is on indefinite hold until a sponsor for the printing costs appears.]

The One World Kids Curriculum on Diversity, Uniqueness, and Cooperation is a comprehensive, age-appropriate unit of study... designed to be presented in five days (1 topic per day, approximately 2 activities per day)... and unfolding in a prescribed sequence. This program has been developed by a group of high-caliber educators and is only awaiting funding of final design and printing costs in order to be made available.

The Passport to the World is the vehicle for this program. Each student is given a "passport" which they personalize with their name, address, picture, etc... and an activity or two per day. It is acknowledged that various schools and classes have devoted ongoing blocks of time to these validating areas, and will wish to allot varying amounts of time to this program. It is also noted that additional experiential activities in the classroom (some suggested, others left to your own expertise) will add greater context to these subjects. The Passport is meant to be a personalized remembering tool detailing their very essence. In the wake of rich experience, this booklet may continue to be valuable to the student for a long time to come.

What the student is left with in the form of the Passport is a representation of their uniqueness. Like a journal or other such device, this is a reminder of where they are on this journey.

And the program is supplemented by having each topic country "stamped", encouraging the student to share the topic country of the day with parents and have the passport signed daily, coloring sheets for each student's expression of their uniqueness, the One World Kids Credo, "Hi" sign, etc.

Hey Kids! Download your own coloring sheets, print them out and make up your own flag!
Click here to get started.

Coloring sheet examples

The One World Kids Club Newsletter
It is indended that a bi-monthly subscription newsletter-- where kids can talk to kids-- be available in the near future. Topics can be discussed; questions posed and responses printed in subsequent issues; pictures of kids, drawings, poems, etc. published for their peers to see; etc.

Details are currently being finalized with respect to The One World Kids Club. Membership shall include an approximation of the following: wallet card, stickers, One World Kids Credo for signing and framing, etc.

The One World Kids "Hi" Sign
How does one One World Kid signal another? The One World "Hi" Sign of course.

There are three simple parts and they go like this:
1. Hold up 1 finger. This stands for "One"-- as in we are all one people.
2. Holding your thumb over your folded over pinky, hold up all 3 middle fingers and spread them as wide as you can. Does this look like the letter "W" to you? This stands for "World". So you have "One" and "World". And once you have that, you have...
3. Two fingers held up, with the thumb now over folded over pinky and ring fingers, which is the "Peace" sign.

So, first 1 finger, then a 3-finger "W", and finally the 2-fingered Peace sign, in that order, tell your friends-- "I'm a One World Kid!" And "One World... Equals Peace!"

The One World Kids Credo

I live on Earth as a One World Kid
and I am one of a kind.

No one can do what I can do
in body, soul or mind.

I am thankful for my health,
my friends and family...

Just as I am happy
for all the diversity I see.

Getting the chance to learn about others
as they take the time to learn about me,

Allows us to live and work together--
creating a future bright as can be.

I respect the land, air, and sea...
and all the gifts the Earth has to give.

And I'll protect them for future generations
because this is where I live!

The Future
Anything is possible, and the sky is no longer the limit! Plans/discussions are under way for a One World Kids television show, new courses of study, videos, music, live tour, etc. Programs are being considered that will be age-specific, and inclusive of those of extremely diverse backgrounds.

And some of the best ideas for the future will certainly come from you-- the One World Kids, parents, teachers, and counselors!

Links to Other Great Kids Sites

A Common Sense Warning
Within the links page for the One World Flag is a section for Kid's sites. We aim to update this section with the best available in fun, quality sites. We will do our best to research these links but cannot be responsible for their content.

Parents are advised to "surf" with (and sometimes prior to) their children. For only you know what is allowable for your daughter(s) and/or son(s).

Additionally, with respect to any Pen Pal site or site with a guestbook, etc.: Without causing undue alarm, it is forewarned that there are people out there who would consider taking advantage of a child and pretend to be someone they are not. Thus, it is advised that you pay special care to monitor any pen pal or correspondence site. Advise your children not to give certain personal information about themselves or detailed information on where they live, to allow you to read any suspicious responses and report these to authorities, etc.

With these common sense precautions in place, the internet can be an extremely fulfilling, exciting, and worthwhile place for young and old alike to spend some time.

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