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Would your school or classroom like to become a PeaceQuest School? Download the PQ Schools brochure!

Would your congregation or faith space like to become a PeaceQuest Faith Community? Download the PQ Faith Communities brochure!

Educational Resources are divided up into categories as follows:

  • Activities & Lesson Plans
  • Audio/Video
  • Arts
  • Multiple


  • NEW! War & Children – Two years in the making, War & Children was created by Judi Wyatt of PeaceQuest and Linda Dale of Children/Youth a Peacemakers. We are thrilled to  be able to share this resource with the world.
  • KAIROS Blanket Exercise – A teaching tool to share the historic and contemporary relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples in Canada. Can be tailored to suit any age group. Watch the video to get an idea of how it works.




  • PeaceOne Day has a very rich collection of video and lesson plans for all ages. Sign up for a free account to access.
  • Indigenous Dakota, Nehetho, and Anishinaabe Elders in Manitoba released “The Great Binding Law” which shares guidelines for how all peoples can live in peace. A printable PDF is available for download. Students are invited to imagine how they can contribute to building the world proposed in this document or research similar laws recognized by other First Nations.
  • Peaceful Schools International is a Canadian charitable organization dedicated to the creation of a culture of peace within schools.  You will be impressed by the huge array of useful resources.
  • Peace Poppies: While red poppies are for Remembrance, white poppies commemorate civilian lives lost and the building of a peaceful culture. You can order white poppies for your class or make your own!

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