Celebrating Harmony Day in Australia with cut out of the children's hand. Each finger has information about the particular child.

Celebrating Harmony Day in Australia with cut out of the children's hand. Each finger has information about the particular child.This link does not go anywhere but the picture gives a wonderful activity idea of the value of each person.

Our Harmony Day tree

KPS might be interested in celebrating harmony day. This could be a fantastic project for students and the local Indigenous people to collaborate on.

My Little Bookcase | Blog | Guest Post: Harmony Day by JJ Stranan : A love of reading starts with one special story

Multicultural and Indigenous Learning Resources, Cultural Diversity, Child Care Learning Resources, Early Learning Tools

Each student traces their own hand, outlines in black sharpie, divides it up into shapes, then colours firmly with pencil to produce strong, bold colours. Great collaborative artwork, or for fast finishers to work on from any class.

Cool beginning of the year project. We've got the whole world in our hands. Big hand for . Many hands make light work .

A Year 5, Year 6 and Year 7 Book Study Resource for Mem Fox's I'm Australian Too. Students can respond to the text and engage in related activities. Allows for small group, individual and whole group activities. Can accompany Australia Day, Harmony Day or Civics and Citizenship or History units

I'm Australian Too - Book Study

A Year Year 6 and Year 7 Book Study Resource for Mem Fox's I'm Australian Too. Students can respond to the text and engage in related activities. Allows for small group, individual and whole group activities. Can accompany Australia Day, Harmony Day or

21 March is Harmony Day. The message of Harmony Day is Everyone Belongs. It is a day to celebrate Australia’s diversity. It is a day of cul...

We identify with approximately 300 ancestries, around million people have migrated to Australia since of Australians are either born overseas or have a parent who was, and Harmony Day has been celebrated with 55000 events since it began in 1999

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Holi - Indian Festival of Colors, welcoming Springtime. Students holding paint powder of various colors pose as they celebrate Holi, the Indian festival of colours, in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad March (REUTERS/Amit Dave) #

We identify with approximately 300 ancestries, around 7.2 million people have migrated to Australia since 1945, 45% of Australians are either born overseas or have a parent who was, and Harmony Day has been celebrated with 55000 events since it began in 1999

We identify with approximately 300 ancestries, around million people have migrated to Australia since of Australians are either born overseas or have a parent who was, and Harmony Day has been celebrated with 55000 events since it began in 1999

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