Teacher Resources


Right to Life of Michigan wants to help educators provide their students with a genuine appreciation for the gift of life. To do so, we have compiled Life Chest Activity Guides for three different age groups. LifeChest is a set of curriculum and materials provided for schools, day cares, sunday school classes which are designed to help students grow up with positive self-esteem and a respect for human life. Each activity guide has a theme and concepts to teach at every grade level. In addition, each LifeChest activity guide outlines the variety of resources Right to Life of Michigan can lend for each age group, including videos, books, brochures and visual aids.

Curriculum is developed for kindergarten-3rd Grade, 4th-6th Grades and 7th-12th Grades. Learn more about LifeChest by visiting the age-specific activity guides below.

If you are interested in borrowing LifeChest materials for your class, please e-mail info@rtl.org.


Teen Breaks

Research results have shown that a person's values are established between the ages of 10-20. With Generation Y now 60 million strong, reaching these teens and young adults is a great opportunity for influencing culture with a consistent life value.

Having surpassed all other forms of research and study aids, the Internet is now the first stop for students searching for information and also for human connection. Teenbreaks.com exists to provide both accurate information about relationships, pregnancy and abortion as well as host a variety of discussion topics for teens eager to discover how other teens are feeling.


Prolife student contests and scholarships

High School Oratory Contest

Right to Life of Michigan Educational Fund's annual high school oratory contest is open to all prolife high school students in Michigan. Contestants give a 5-7 minute speech on one of several prolife topics. Local contests are sponsored by affiliates across the state in the spring, followed by a state contest for local winners. MORE

Outstanding Prolife Youth Award

Right to Life of Michigan Educational Fund will award a scholarship in May to one outstanding prolife high school senior in Michigan. Selection criteria include an essay and past participation in prolife activities. MORE

Youth Infographic Contest

Right to Life of Michigan Educational Fund ‘s Youth Infographic Contest for high school and college-aged Michigan youth, ages 13 to 22. Contestants create and submit an original infographic to be considered for a scholarship. MORE


Dream Series Coloring Book

Below are PDF files of the Dream Series Coloring Book which can be downloaded and printed for children to use. The pages of this coloring book contain each of the different Dream Series characters with life-affirming messages about the value and potential of everyone.



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Prolife Educational Resources

Books and videos are available from lending libraries in our educational resource centers. The resources cover many different life topics. To view this list, click here.

Educational Presentations

Free downloadable PowerPoint presentations are available on several issues:

What Lies Beneath - Planned Parenthood's abortion agenda

The Story of Right to Life - What it means to be prolife and the work of Right to Life groups

In the Image of God - The Sanctity of Human Life and the two U.S. Supreme Court rulings legalizing abortion

Cruel and Usual Punishment - Learn more about life in the womb and the procedures used to end them

How a Bill Becomes a Law
This guide from the Michigan Legislative Service Bureau explains the steps needed for a prolife bill to become a Michigan law. To download this guide, click here.

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