International Peace Day: September 21st

International Peace Day: September 21st
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The International Day of Peace is held every year on September 21st. Also called Peace Day, the first celebration was adopted by the United Nations in 1982. It would be in 2001, that nations of the world established September 21st as International Day of Peace.

Use this FREEBIE with 10 possible activities for International Day of Peace.

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Check out the following resource: Purple Turtle EBOOK: The stories involve Purple Turtle and his friends including Zing,the stuttering rabbit, Biggy Bear, Melody the bird, Squirty the squirrel and others. In each story,a topic is addressed such as friendship, honesty, conservation, getting over fears, etc. In this story, "Purple and World Peace",Purple meets Dovey the Dove, while walking in the woods. A symbol of peace,the dove is sad that there is so much fighting in the world. Purple tries to find a way to make Dovey smile.

Can use with discussion on cooperation/anti-bullying.

Grades 1-3, Aadarsh Publishing

Purple Turtle Meets Dovey


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