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United Nations International School, Hanoi
Global citizenship requires knowledge of other people’s lives.
BrainPOP Jr. This link opens in a new window BrainPOP Jr. engages students in Kindergarten to grade 3 through animated movies, learning games, interactive quizzes, primary source activities, concept mapping, and more.
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"Kindness Is My Superpower" by Alicia Ortega 8:49
Cultures of the World 9:27
Show and Tell Foreign Languages 5:54
"All Kinds of Children" by Norma Simon 3:59
What Does It Mean to be Global? 1:50
Cultures Around the World 2:03
What Is a Global Citizen? 1:42
Cultures and Customs for Kids 3:08
If the World Were a Village of 100 People 3:11
Wellbeing for Children: Identity and Values 5:03
Christmas Celebrations in Different Countries 4:54
Global Citizenship and Civic Responsibilities 3:25