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Celebrate Peace Book and Activity
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Written by Resident Events On  June 07, 2018   2188   0
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Celebrate Peace Book and Activity

Our growing diversity and the close proximity of widely different cultures in many communities means it's important to learn how to be peaceful and tolerant of others’ beliefs.


At this community event for young children (and their parents), the theme is peace: peace between people, nations, and cultures.

Read The Peace Book


As the organizer and coordinator of the event, first read The Peace Book by Todd Parr to the gathered children and set the mood for the day's activities.



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Here is a YouTube video of the author reading the book aloud!

To make the space more comfortable for floor sitting, considering spreading out a large picnic blanket or comforter. You can also add a few floor pillows to make the story-time area more inviting.

The Crafts

After reading the book, engage your resident kids in a related craft. Here are a few ideas:


Pinwheels for Peace



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Pinwheels are hit with young children, and this craft is no exception. With thepinwheels for peace project, residents will craft their own pinwheels and write messages of hope, peace, and well wishes on each of the pinwheel blades.

Download the printable for full instructions.


Peace Sign Paper Plate Craft



Image source: Kiwi Co Corner


This simple and easy peace sign paper plate craft uses some paper plates, painter’s masking tape, and poster paint to create unique and cute peace sign wall hanging decorations.


Visit the Kiwi Co Corner blog for full materials list and instructions.


Hands Mural



Image source: Pinterest

This collaborative brightly colored hands mural is a great way to help kids work together. Everyone can work independently to decorate their own handprints, and then assemble them together at the end.

It’s a great way to teach working together towards a common fun objective in a peaceful and collaborative way. It also makes a beautiful community mural to place in your rental office.

What other ways can you celebrate peace and promote safety in your community? Let us know in the comments below!


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