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Contribute to your community of caring! Gather memorable symbols of qualities such as honesty, generosity, courtesy, respect, kindness, and gratitude.
How do people who live in caring communities treat each other? With your classmates, brainstorm traits of effective, caring team members, at school, at home, and around the world. If possible, make a chart with definitions and examples of these traits.
Work with a partner to create a unique display to remind others to care! Decorate paper with Crayola Markers. Cut the paper to cover a tissue box. Glue the paper to the box.
Design colorful index cards with words and symbols of at least six of the traits on your class list. Create 3-D symbols with Crayola Model Magic® compound. Use them to add dimension to the cards, to decorate the box, or as stand-alone sculptures. Find out how these traits are expressed in several other languages and cultures. For example, you could sculpt the Japanese symbol of honesty (shoujiki).
Arrange your display in a way that captures the attention of others. If possible, arrange for a show at a local library or other community facility.
This powerful diorama pays tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebrate his historic civil rights speech on the step
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