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8-10 years

Welcome to our online learning page for age 8-10 years! We have created several activities that you can complete at home. Please let us know how you get on and what you think of the resources - we love hearing from you! Send us your work on our email address thelunaprojectuk@gmail.com - we may even ask to publish it on our website!

Walkabout

Estimated time: 15-20 minutes

This task is all about empathy and accessibility. You will need a parent or carer to accompany you on a walk - let us know how you get on! 

Extra Task: If you enjoyed this task, think some more about accessibility in daily life. For example, if you are visiting somewhere, do they have accessible toilet facilities available? You could write a plan on how you would make public places more accessible to people with disabilities or long-term health conditions. 

Disability Superheroes

Estimated time: 20-30 minutes

This task is all about representation and understanding that disability does not have to be seen as a limitation. All of the documents referred to in the PowerPoint can be found in this section. Have fun!

To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key.

Superhero Factfiles

Role Play

Estimated time: 15-20 minutes

This task is all about how friends can help their friends who have long-term health conditions or disabilities. You can complete this task with a friend or family member to make it even more fun. Get creative!

In this task one of the characters you write will have JIA (Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis). Learn more about JIA with this document - you can also have a look at our JIA resource in the "From Me and My Friends to You and Yours" series.

Extra Task: If you enjoyed this task, why not write a second scenario where the character has a different condition? There is information about lots of different conditions on our resources pages - have fun!

Coming soon
Video

Coming soon: This short video will talk about what disability is in simple terms, and what it means for young people.