A social ecological model kit can be an effective tool for teaching children about environmental and social justice.

Here’s how to use it to help build a network of local, national and international social justice activists.

The model kit is a small collection of stickers, posters, and other paraphernalia, designed to create a sense of community and connection.

It is designed to be carried in a bag, folded up and placed on the table or desk of the social activist, who will then be able to display the model kit in their home or work space, or to hang around in a classroom.

A model kit contains stickers, stickers, a poster, and a message on a poster.

The model kit should not be used as a means to teach children about social justice or to demonstrate an agenda for the social justice movement.

It should be used for building relationships between social justice groups and other activists and communities, or as a way to provide support to those who have been affected by environmental and ecological crises, including climate change, food security, water shortages, and many others.

A model kit includes the following:1.

A sticker.2.

A poster.3.

A message.4.

A list of other stickers.5.

A hand-out to a local or national social justice organization (such as a food bank, environmental group, labor union, etc.)6.

A resource card with information about a specific model kit.7.

A small notebook.8.

A water bottle.9.

A book about the model and its use.10.

A marker for marking the model with the sticker, poster or message.11.

A pen for writing with the marker.12.

A sign.13.

A guide for the model, poster and message.

A social activist will need to know how to write, fold, and place the model in their space.

This model kit also includes a list of social justice stickers, and information about how to create and use the stickers.

For more information about the social ecological models and how to make them, visit www.modelochecha.org