3 intentions for a peaceful school community
We invite you to come and join us to celebrate the power of peace.
Through these resources, schools can
Words of peace,Thoughts of love
Read the quotes and have a discussion on the thoughts they evoke in the heart.
Peace Chain Is The Strongest Link!
Make a peace chain using strips of colored paper. Everyone can write their own “peace intention” and link them together to make a peace chain.
Make a Heart Collage
What makes you peaceful? What places do you like to visit to feel peaceful? What helps you to feel peaceful? What do you want to fill your heart with?
Peace Innovations Engage, collaborate, ideate.
Reflect on, inner peace leads to outer peace leads to world, What is the impact of Peace Day? How can you be peace ambassadors every day? Who is a peace ambassador you admire?
Heart In-Tune Sing, Record, Share!
Students can be encouraged to write their own song and then record the video or record a song from your choir group or as a fun activity and create a video.
Peace Dove Dove is a symbol of Peace!
Across cultures of the world, a white dove is a symbol of peace and love. Students can be encouraged to create a paper dove using origami sheets and display them.
Improve the Atmosphere
Resonate with Nature
Understand each other
how to use these intentions
Write the intentions on post-it notes and place them somewhere you will see them early in the morning
Find out your score in our Peacefulness Index
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