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Helping younger children learn about SDGs

Updated: Feb 28, 2022

Senior students at Scoil Bhride Kildare wanted to spread the word about SDGs to the younger children in the school. They decided to compile a colouring book as a means of communicating the message. Here are a few examples of their work to date.

"Welcome to our SDG colouring book.

SDG stands for Sustainable Development goals.

The SDGs are goals that the governments in 193 countries are trying to reach by the year 2030 to help our world.

There are 17 goals in total. Each goal has a symbol.

This colouring book is an introduction to them. We have created it as part of our Challenge to Change project 2021/2022 in conjunction with the Presentation Education Office. We hope you have fun colouring in our drawings!"

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