In "Love Surrounds Us," a Tapestry of Faith program
Children design posters with positive themes and respectful words.
Distribute sheets of paper. If you have prepared the words on stickers, help participants stick the words across the bottom of the large papers. If the words are on card stock, help participants glue them on. Each participant can make several posters.
Read the words on the posters to participants. Talk with each participant about their ideas before they color.
After posters are illustrated, meet as a large group and process the activity using these questions:
When posters are finished, walk around the congregation or neighborhood and put up the posters. Find appropriate places to display them, such as community bulletin boards found in grocery stores and libraries.
Adapt coloring tools to the age of the children. If the children are very young use large crayons. Older children can handle color pencils and markers.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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