Celebrating Harmony Day In The Classroom

Harmony Week celebrates Australia’s cultural diversity.

What is Harmony Day?

Harmony Day, which is held on the 21st of March every year, is a time to celebrate Australia’s cultural diversity and promote inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging with its key message being ‘Everyone Belongs’.

Ways to celebrate Harmony Day in the Classroom

+ Wear orange

+ Invite families to share their cultural foods and traditions

+ Hold a Harmony Day assembly

+ Create a sea of hands with messages of diversity

+ Say ‘hello’ in different languages

+ Promote diversity through picture books

+ These Harmony Day activities are a great way to introduce vocabulary and explore the meaning of Harmony Day.
Harmony Day Freebie
Harmony Day Freebie

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