* Denotes program emphasis for each grade.
Following the Kids Have Rights presentation, your child will bring home three grade-appropriate worksheets. The front side of these worksheets will be completed in class and the back side will include tips and an activity for you and your child to complete together.
Getting Kids Have Rights into your school.
Kids Have Rights meets all requirements of Erin’s Law, which mandates that Michigan schools must provide age-appropriate, evidence-based body-safety education to students beginning in kindergarten.
If your child’s school does not offer such a program, we encourage you to speak with your school principal about Kids Have Rights.
For more information on Erin’s Law:
Erin’s Law Website
What parents and teachers say about KIDS Have Rights:
“Very clear presentation! Easy for the kids to understand.”
“Absolutely love the classroom presentations and the mini follow-up lessons. Your presenters are efficient, entertaining, engaging and non-threatening for the students. Thank you!”
“Another awesome year of KHR. Thank you for providing a kid-friendly program that teaches such an important topic.”
“This is such an age appropriate program! As a parent, it is often difficult to gauge how much or how little information to share with my child. This program gave just enough to get our conversations started and was easy to put in context of our lives. Thank you!”
Kids Have Rights is a program of The Children’s Advocacy Center of Kent County.