Sunday, March 13, 2016

Building a Culture of Life in the Classroom

American Life League

Washington, D.C.: American Life League’s Culture of Life Studies Program is pleased to announce the release of an edition of Life Is Precious edited specifically for school and classroom use. The Life Is Precious School Edition teaches children in kindergarten through 2nd grade about the dignity of all human beings. Using picture books and fun crafts, Life Is Precious School Edition teaches fetal development, the uniqueness of each individual, how we should all stand up for others, and how to defend pro-life principles.

Throughout this 4-week unit study, children read picture books like Tomie dePaola’s The Baby Sister and Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who! and learn about the pro-life themes in these books through discussion, crafts, and games. The highlight of the unit study is the project on fetal development in which students create a flipbook with true-to-size images of preborn babies in various stages of growth.

Judie Brown, president of American Life League, the nation’s oldest pro-life, grassroots organization, praised Life Is Precious School Edition:

American Life League exists to serve God by helping to build a society that respects and protects individual innocent human beings from creation to death—without compromise, without exception, without apology.

The distinguishing mark of American Life League, by which we will be recognized, is our absolute commitment to the sacredness of every innocent human being’s life.  To learn more about American Life League, or to make a donation, please use this link.  

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