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In winter, children in low-income families may lack warm coats, hats, or mittens. How can you help erase shivering with clothes and fuel that people need to stay warm?
It’s not my day to wear the coat, was the answer when a teacher asked a child about her coat one winter day. People who live on low incomes often do not have basic items such as warm clothing. Imagine how cold it would be in a wintry climate without a coat, hat, and mittens!
Discuss with student about how poverty affects families during winter. What are some ways to help them obtain warm clothing and fuel? All of us are responsible to help each other!
Students sketch their solutions to this social problem with Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils. Perhaps you could adapt symbols from familiar books about low-income families. For example, to make a patchwork coat, erase dotted lines across the patches to look like stitching. Erase circles along the edge to show buttons. Color the poster with Erasable Colored Pencils and erase highlights.
Use Crayola Multicultural Markers to color people. Add shiny areas to the miniposter with Crayola Twistables. Include compelling words. Where will you post your message to encourage people to take action?
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