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Use bold colors to make a statement as strong as the walls needed to house the homeless! Help erase one of the challenges facing all of us today.
Can you imagine not having a home? In the United States alone, there are more than one million children who are homeless each year. Not all homeless people live in shelters (many rural areas don’t have shelters). Lots of homeless people live in crowded spaces with family and friends.
Continue learning about homelessness. How can people work together to find homes for families without their own places to go? Start a lively class discussion about the challenges people face.
On paper, draw your ideas to erase homelessness with Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils. You might be inspired by Habitat for Humanity and draw volunteers raising a shelter with a homeless person. Use the eraser to create depth and structure in your presentation.
Place the paper on a rough surface. Rub the background with Crayola Twistables to add the look of wood or other textures to your poster. Outline the poster with a colorful border, such as carpentry tools. How can you share your concerns with others in your community? Post your poster for a start!
This powerful diorama pays tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebrate his historic civil rights speech on the step
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