In "Windows and Mirrors," a Tapestry of Faith program
Invite the children to bring their Window/Mirror Panels to work tables. Distribute Window/Mirror Panel basket(s) and paper or card stock you have pre-cut. Invite the children to look at the list from Activity 1. Say something like:
Look at our list of privileges and skills. Consider the Mirror question: What is my privilege? Consider the Window question: How can we use our privileges to build community? Choose a privilege you feel you have been given and a skill you have earned. Represent one of each—a privilege and a skill—with words, pictures or a combination.
As the group works, invite small group conversation. You may ask questions from the previous activity that were not touched on, or simply invite children to talk about what they are making. Give a warning when several minutes remain for children to finish and clean up. If there is time, invite volunteers to share with the larger group.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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