Cultural Dress Reflection

Years

1 - 3

Pages

4

Worksheets & Templates

Description

The perfect reflection tool for your school’s ‘Cultural Dress’ celebration for Harmony Day or Multiculturalism Day. Students draw themselves in their cultural dress and reflect on why they have chosen to wear that clothing. Students who cannot wear traditional cultural dress may be allowed to wear orange, the colour of Harmony Day, which symbolises meaningful conversations, freedom of ideas and encouragement of mutual respect.

 

Includes variation that is not specific to ‘Harmony Day’ events that can be used all year round!

Additional information

File Format

pdf

Australian Curriculum Code

AC9HS2K01, AC9HS2S01, AC9HS3K03

Australian Curriculum V9

F - 6

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