People Tree - Bite Size Activity
We all have the right to a family and to choose our friends.
Celebrate our right to family and friends by making a People Tree.
Each week we will share more bite size ideas for fun and creative ways to learn about human rights.
Paper, paint or colour pencils
What to do
Draw a tree and put your name on the trunk.
On each branch write the name of someone who is close to you (you could include who you live with, your closest friends, members of your family). Draw leaves with the names of people they are closest to.
This tree shows how we are also connected to people beyond our family.
Share your trees with us by emailing a picture to firstname.lastname@example.org or using the hashtag #bitesizeHRE
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