Working Children Worldwide provides the information, activities and materials needed to take pupils on an investigation of children's work, past and present. Its cross-curricular approach enables teachers to cover core curriculum requirements and teach key skills in PSHE / Citizenship, Geography, History, English and Literacy through a contemporary and important issue. The pack looks at why children work, at the range and nature of this work and at how what we buy and what we do links us to working children. It encourages children to consider why child labour is an important issue, and where it is dangerous and exploitative and where it enables children to make a positive contribution to their families. Working Children Worldwide contains: 22 stand alone activities which explore the impact of work on children's lives; four case studies from around the world that bring to life the experiences of working children; clearly presented curriculum links to help in planning lessons; a full-colour A2 poster of children at work around the world. By exploring child labour, pupils can learn more about the world through an issue that they can identify with and may well have experience of.