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Frieda Makes a Difference

The Sustainable Development Goals and How You Too Can Change The World

Elementary

Description

Frieda and the Sustainable Development Goals was created to simplify the lesson of the global goals so younger students can relate to and better understand the SDGs. The book aims to raise awareness of the Sustainable Development Goals in a fun, colourful and relatable way.

Frieda is a young girl who embarks on a wonderful adventure to bring about positive change in the world. One day, Ana from the United Nations visits Frieda’s school to teach her class about the Sustainable Development Goals - the world’s plan to reduce poverty and protect the planet by 2030. Frieda develops a global perspective and is encouraged to take action against the biggest issues of our day: from combating climate change and protecting endangered species to ending poverty and fighting inequality.

General Assessment

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The Sustainable Development Goals can be complex and diverse topics to teach younger students. This book serves as an excellent introduction to the Sustainable Development Goals and encourages younger students to take action and make a change in the world around them. Students learn more about the objectifs of the SDGs and suggestions on what they can do to make a difference in their lives and the lives of those around them.

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Themes Addressed

  • Citizenship (1)

    • Community-Building and Participation