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September 21st is Pinwheels for Peace in celebration of World Peace Day. Each year the middle schoolers at my school make pinwheels to decorate our front lawn. It is a pretty big event, which makes that night’s news each year.
This year, I had T make a few pinwheels. Using dabber paints, his turned out pretty good! So, here’s how it’s done:
- Pinwheel template (you can get it here: http://www.pinwheelsforpeace.com/pinwheelsforpeace/pinwheel_template.html )
- Your preference of coloring supply (crayons, paints, etc.)
- A pencil
- A pushpin
STEP 1- Cut out the square
STEP 2- Write something about peace on the back.
STEP 3- Color and decorate both sides.
STEP 4- Cut along the diagonal lines.
STEP 5- Assemble. Follow the directions on the teplate to set up your pinwheel.
STEP 6- “Plant” your pinwheel in the grass.