Freedom Kite - Bite Size Activity
We are all born free.
Make a kite to celebrate our right to freedom.
Each week we will share more bite size ideas for fun and creative ways to learn about human rights.
Paper, paint or colouring pencils, scissors, string or ribbon
What to do
Draw a kite shape and decorate it with a scene in which you feel free. Cut it out and add string or ribbon.
If you let your kite go, where would it travel? Who might find it? Can you write or draw a story showing what might happen?
Share your kites with us by emailing a picture to firstname.lastname@example.org or using the hashtag #bitesizeHRE
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