Create a vibrant classroom display of your students’ families with this easy to implement resource.
An Inclusive Classroom Display Celebrating Families
What makes a family? So many things!
There is no right or wrong way to make a family! The students in your class will have fun celebrating their families in this bright classroom display.
Students will each create a colourful picture frame with characters that represent the members of their families. Some completed frames are included as examples.
Once the photo frame is complete, students will add a photo or drawing of their family. Then display the photo frames on the wall under the three-page banner that reads ‘Families come in all shapes and sizes’.
This is a perfect resource when exploring personal and family history or leading up to Mother’s or Father’s Day.
What Does Family Mean to You?
A lined version of the picture frames is also included as a download option for this resource. Use this version to have students write a small passage that completes the prompt ‘Family is…’
Students could write:
- the feelings they experience when with their family
- the activities they like to do as a family
- the members of their family
- what family means to them.
Easily Prepare This Resource for Your Students
Use the dropdown icon on the Download button to choose between the Black and White, Colour or the Google Slides version of this resource.
Print on cardboard for added durability and longevity.
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