Pinwheels for Peace is a project that my mom started! It is celebrated on September 21st which is the International Day of Peace. Millions of people participate each year and you can too! Whether you are a church, daycare, preschool, K-12 school, workplace, boy/girl scout troop, family, nursing homes, assisted living facilities and so on can all get involved! Click on the picture below to get to the Pinwheels for Peace website! On Peace Day we think about what is peaceful, make pinwheels, and read my book I published called Finding Peace (published under my maiden name, Amy Ayers).
All you need is the pinwheel template. Click below to get to the website for the download.
I also wrote and published a book for Pinwheels for Peace! Click the picture below to purchase if you'd like to use it as a resource in your classroom for Pinwheels for Peace Day! Enjoy!!
What is peace? What does it look like?
“Finding Peace” takes you on the delightful and colorful journey of a young girl who wants to find out what peace is. On her quest, she visits with friends and family who all share their ideas of peace. Children of all ages will love this engaging book that will get them thinking about the meaning of peace. The book includes directions and templates for creating a "Pinwheel for Peace."
Below are a few pages sneak peek of what's inside the book! Enjoy!
I hope you participate in this wonderful project!
Thank you for reading!