Welcome to Play Your Part! We’ve created info packages, training guides and leader toolboxes to help you inspire Junior Leaders across Canada. Watch a walk through of how to use the resources on this page here. Check back here often as we continue to update this page with new video resources.

Digital Games Manual

This resource provides educators with an overview of three popular Right To Play games in action.

Flamingo Ball

Colour Game

Streets & Alleys

Teacher's Guide

This resource provides educators with an overview of the Play Your Part Classroom module, background information about Right To Play, and academic theory behind the benefit of learning through play.

Student Info Pack

A student-friendly resource filled with information about Right To Play and stories of children in our programs.

Video Worksheet

Educational videos that transport students to our programs, allowing them to connect with children in other parts of the world. Use the accompanying worksheet filled with reflective questions and group activities to strengthen and test students’ learning.

Red's Journey: Part 1

Red's Journey: Part 2

Red's Journey: Part 3

Red's Journey: Part 4

Worksheet Answers
Junior Leader Training Guide

Modelled after the same leadership session Right To Play uses to train student leaders in our programs, this resource gives educators all the tools they need to train their students as Junior Leaders.

Junior Leader Toolbox

Provides Junior Leaders with tips and tricks to lead games and space to record their favourite games, discussion questions and attention grabbers.

Junior Leader Certificate

Print out these certificates and fill in the name of each student who has completed Junior Leader training to make it official.

Games Manual

This manual has 14 unique games, each one specially designed to teach an important lesson or skill. All of these games are used to educate and empower children and youth in Right To Play programs around the world.

Challenge Toolkit

This Toolkit allows your newly trained Junior Leaders to take action by providing a step-by-step guide to organize a fun and successful Challenge at your school!

In 2018, Right To Play launched the Gender-Responsive Education and Transformation (GREAT) project with the financial support of the Government of Canada provided through Global Affairs Canada. Active in three countries, Ghana, Mozambique and Rwanda, GREAT uses Right To Play's play-based learning approach to remove barriers to education, especially for girls, and to build teacher capacity to improve learning outcomes.