Harmony Day and Harmony Week: Dot Display and Flower Activity

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Generate discussions about what 'harmony' actually means. Support the learner to write down 8 ideas of what they think harmony means, particularly in line with Harmony Day. Write these ideas on the petals of each flower. Complete independently or in pairs.

A focus on:

  • The International Day on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination
  • National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence
  • Harmony Day/Harmony Week

What's included?

  • 3 x size watercolour orange dots
  • 2 x size 'HARMONY DAY' and 'HARMONY WEEK' Lettering
  • 4 x coloured flowers
    • website resources to support conversations

Note: Traditionally, the colour orange represents deep conversations and social communication. Orange is the colour used to represent Harmony Day. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 12 reviews
Alexandra Field
Harmony day display

Was the perfect piece to the school to introduce harmony day to the parents, teachers and kids. Will be using this piece for harmony displays in the future!

K Kelly
Love it!

Perfect for my EAL/D room and students. Thank you!

Chasity Capps
Dot Day


Anne Durham
Top Quality resource that covers everything

Once again Sarah has outdone herself with this resource. Detailed activities but a really comprehensive list of links to explore for further understanding as the educator.or to share with upper grades. Brilliant

Engaging and Useful

The resources within the Harmony Day display were a great starting point for our discussions about diversity and sharing our cultural backgrounds. Thanks for providing a lovely resource.

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