Brain Breaks That Save Lives!
Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF
An American tradition since 1950, Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF is the original Kids Helping Kids® initiative, empowering generations of children to become global citizens. When kids Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF, they collect donations that add up to lifesaving change for children in need. Learn more at trickortreatforunicef.org.
UNICEF Kid Power empowers kids to get active for good
Named to TIME Magazine’s 2016 list of Best Inventions, UNICEF Kid Power leverages easy-to-use technology with the first wearable-for-good to empower students to get active and help other kids. Along with classroom lessons about global citizenship, students learn that they can make a difference in this world.
Applications for our Spring 2018 School Program is closed. You can still bring UNICEF Kid Power to your class. Buy a Kid Power classroom kit while supplies last!.
“My kids are so pumped to help other kids! They move. All. Day. Long!!!”
— Teacher, Las Vegas, NV
These free resources — including lessons and kinesthetic activities — are designed to meet the needs of educators, regardless of their setting, experience or preferred teaching style.
Go on a Mission!
UNICEF Kid Power Champions like professional soccer player Alex Morgan and GRAMMY®-winning Recording Artist P!nk kick off Missions all over the globe.
Browse by Activity Type
Whether you have 5 or 30 kids, and 15 or 50 minutes, there are activities that can be easily incorporated into everyday lessons, both in and out of the classroom.
High-energy activities from other countries that will motivate kids to get active and save lives.
Kids Helping Kids® Blog
The latest news from teachers, leaders and students who are making a positive impact on the world around them.
Kid Power is 100-million percent awesome sauce.
— 4th grader, NYC