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In "Love Surrounds Us," a Tapestry of Faith program
To help participants remember the long history of Unitarian Universalism and perhaps generate conversation at home, the children make a piece of art.
Distribute Handout 1. Point out that it is a line drawing of a chalice, a Unitarian Universalist symbol. Invite children to color their picture, then use the jar lid to draw a circle around the picture, cut out the circle, and glue their picture inside a lid.
Help children glue a magnetic strip on the back of their lid.
Optional: Glue ribbon to the edge of the lid for decoration. Tie ribbon into a bow at the top.
Some children may need help to color the picture, to cut it out themselves, to trace and cut the circle, and/or to glue the magnet.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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