Believe in Peace…
If not for you,
then for our children
January 30st is known around the world as International Peace Day.
International Peace Day presents educators an opportunity to teach their students about the importance of peace and the costs of war. It’s a day that can be celebrated in many different ways. For example, this year we are going to ask for peace singing this wonderful song called "Imagine" performed by John Lennon.
I hope you enjoy this Esl video.
O 30 de xaneiro, como todo o mundo sabe,é o Día Internacional da Paz.
Esta data ofrece aos educadores a oportunidade de ensinar aos nosos rapaces a importancia da paz e os costes da guerra. É un día que poder ser celebrado de moitas maneras diferentes. Deste xeito, este ano imos traballar cunha fermosa canción de John Lennon titulada “Imagine”.
Disfrutade deste esl video.
If there is to be peace in the world,
There must be peace in the nations.
If there is to be peace in the nations,
There must be peace in the cities.
If there is to be peace in the cities,
There must be peace between neighbors.
If there is to be peace between neighbors,
There must be peace in the home.
If there is to be peace in the home,
There must be peace in the heart.
Lao Tzu – born 604 BC
The dove is recognized as one of the different symbols of peace.
Do you want to learn how create an special origami crane ? Click on the picture and follow an animation that shows in 3D how to make it.
A pomba esta recoñecida como un dos símbolos da paz. Se queredes saber como facer un origami, clicade na imaxe e seguide a animación en 3D que vos explica cómo facelo paso a paso.
Here you have some interesting links to celebrate this special date.
Simple paper peace lanterns for children to make.
This inspirational rainbow hand print craft was shared by Mandy and the whole Welsh family.
Color pictures, email pictures, and more with these World Peace Day coloring pages. Click on any World Peace Day picture above to start coloring.