Celebrate our right to equality by rewriting a story so that a supporting character is now the hero.
Celebrate freedom of expression by collecting stories from friends and family. Write them onto butterfly shapes to create a flutter of stories.
Celebrate our right to family and friends by making a People Tree. Who are you closest to? Who are the important people in their lives?
Create a guidebook to celebrate your local area. Where are your favourite places? What are your favourite things to do?
Write messages to show solidarity with the people you live with. Where can you put them so they are a lovely surprise?
Make a kite to celebrate our right to freedom. Can you write or draw a story showing where your kite might travel?
Celebrate our right to play with a scavenger hunt. What are your favourite things to do? Make a list of what you need for these activities. With a friend, swap lists.
We all have the right to privacy. Celebrate this right by sending secret messages!
Human rights belong to everybody. Celebrate what makes you unique with a self-portrait. Can you create a gallery of self-portraits by your friends and family?
Human rights belong to everybody. What can we do to help friends, family and people in our communities? Ask everyone in your home to paint their hands and make a print on a piece of paper. When
We all have the right to have opinions and to express ourselves. Use your paper folding skills to make a story explorer!
Human rights belong to all of us. Print out the colouring pages to see how Chris Riddell has illustrated the freedoms that belong to all of us. Colour them in and add to the drawings.
Human rights belong to all of us. Write human rights laws for a new planet. You'll need A copy of the Human Rights Act - page 11, paper, pens and pencils What to do: A new planet has been discovered. No humans have ever been to or...