Cultural Folders

 

 

There are 4 sets ofCultural folders to be prepared for the Children’s House. In the training we are only required to make Set I.

There are seven color-coded folders, 1 for each continent:

Europe–Red

Africa–Green

Oceania–Brown

Asia–Yellow

Antarctica–White

North America–Orange

South America–Pink

Each folder contains 15-20 pictures of a great variety depicting all aspects of life on that continent: landscape, cityscape, people, animals, food, clothing, transportation, sports, recreation, religious or spiritual life, EVERYTHING, etc.

About the only thing we avoid presenting are things we obviously want to shield 3-6 year olds from: crime, violence, war, etc.

Captions should include:

  • City, Country, Continent
  • Description of the picture
  • Number of Envelope

Examples:

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