Harmony Day is coming! In Australia, we are blessed to live in a truly multicultural society and today is one of the days we celebrate our diversity.
Harmony Day is all about inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone. During Harmony Week, we will be celebrating this special day with books and activities based around multiculturalism at our Storytime sessions. On Thursday 21 March at Success Library, you can check out the Community Health and Harmony Day in the foyer and upstairs.
Books for sharing on Harmony Day (and any day!)
The Hello atlas by Ben Handicott allows children to learn how other kids speak in countries around the world. There is also an app available to enable readers to hear the sounds of the different languages as they travel the globe.
Handa’s surprise by Eileen Browne takes us to Kenya, where Handa is taking a gift of seven fruits to her friend. Children can learn about a variety of African animals and food in this classic children’s book.
Harmony Day craft
Print the paper doll chain template and follow the instructions to cut and fold.
You can decorate the paper dolls in multicultural clothes and add your own message of inclusion and harmony.
Does your child speak a language other than English at home?
In term two will be will running Learning English Through Storytime again – a special Storytime for children who do not speak English at home, or who speak limited English. Bookings will opening in April.
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