Harmony Day MEGA BUNDLE package - Cultural Diversity, Tolerance - Flags, Fish, Quilt, People

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Harmony Day Everyone Belongs MEGA BUNDLE! Save more than 20% by buying this bundle! Harmony Day celebrates that everyone belongs. It encompasses cultural diversity, tolerance and individuality. It is held every year on March 21, coinciding with United Nations International Day for the...

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Harmony Day Everyone Belongs MEGA BUNDLE!

Save more than 20% by buying this bundle!

Harmony Day celebrates that everyone belongs. It encompasses cultural diversity, tolerance and individuality. It is held every year on March 21, coinciding with United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. 

This MEGA BUNDLE combines our four popular Harmony Day activities into one package, providing resources for teachers, educators, community groups or schools to celebrate the day. Each activity allows students to create individual artworks to represent themselves and their cultural diversity, that links together with their peers for a harmonious display. 

1. Harmony Day Everyone Belongs Celebration Connected People
Students are asked to decorate a person representing themselves and their country of origin. As the students are designing, colouring and creating they should include their name, the flag from their country of origin and other elements that represent them as a person. 

When displayed together it shows students that we are all people (the same) and linked together in the school or classroom but we are all different. 

2. Harmony Day Fish - We All Swim Together
Students are asked to design, decorate or colour individual fish to represent themselves, things they like, and/or their country of origin. Students could include their name, the flag from their country of origin and their favourite colour. 

When displayed together it shows students that we are people the same but we are all different. It's like the display of international flags at the United Nations. 

3. Harmony Day Everyone Belongs Celebration Flags
Students are asked to create a flag representing themselves and their country of origin. As the students are designing, colouring and creating they should include their name, their handprint and the flag from their country of origin. 

When displayed together it shows students that we are people the same but we are all different. Its like the display of international flags at the United Nations. 

4. Harmony Day Everyone Belongs Celebration Quilt
Students are asked to decorate a hexagon representing themselves and their country of origin. As the students are designing, colouring and creating they should include their name, their handprint and the flag from their country of origin. 

When displayed together it shows students that we are people the same and linked together but we are all different. 


Happy Teaching!

No. of Pages: 191

Year Levels: Early Years, Foundation, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6, Year 7, Year 8, Year 9, Year 10

Australian Curriculum Outcomes: General Capabilities, Ethical Understanding,  Intercultural Understanding, Personal and social capability

EYLF/MTOP Outcomes: Outcome 1-Children have a strong sense of identity

Resource: Digital Download

File Format: Zip File with PDFs

Harmony Day Mega Bundle by KR Learning


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File format(s):
digital resource - Zip File with PDFs
File size:
58.0Mb
Number of pages:
191
Year level:
Early Years, Foundation, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4, Year 5, Year 6, Year 7, Year 8, Year 9, Year 10

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