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People around the world are working for peace. Create this universally recognized symbol of harmony as a reminder of what you can do to help.
Ask students if they have heard the saying "If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem"? What can be done to promote peace? Can the world be a peaceful place if there is fighting? If people are inconsiderate to strangers? If there is gossiping about others? Discuss with students how they can work toward harmony every day.
Create a paper mâché Bird of Peace to remember the need to practice peace every day.
Cover the art area with recycled newspaper. Crumple up a piece of recycled newspaper into a large ball. This will be the bird's body.
Tear more newspaper into strips. Mix Crayola® School Glue and water in equal parts. Coat strips with glue mixture. Cover crumpled newspaper completely with two layers of papier mâché. Dry.
Roll newspaper into a small ball and tape to body for the bird's head. Apply two or more layers of newspaper to shape into a bird. Dry.
Paint the bird with Crayola Paint Brushes and Washable Tempera. Add details such as a beak, feathers, and eyes. Dry.
Decorate with Crayola Glitter Glue. Dry.
Poke a partially unfolded paper clip into the bird's back. Pull to secure it. Attach yarn to the clip to hang.
Nobel Prizes are awarded to people who do extraordinary things. Who would you select to win?
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