Freedom rings out loud and clear with art that reflects people's struggles and triumphs. Highlight history and give children a creative way to express complicated concepts such as civil rights and democracy.
Find a picture of a famous leader such as Martin Luther King, Jr., Mahatma Gandhi, Desmond Tutu, or Winston Churchill.
Sketch the leader's head and shoulders on construction paper with Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils.
Cut out the silhouette using Crayola Scissors. Use a Crayola Glue Stick to glue it on a large piece of construction paper or poster board.
Draw and cut out hair, eyes, and other facial features. Glue in place.
Cut several small pieces of light-colored construction paper and fold each in half. Draw more symbols of freedom, such as the country's flag, capitol building, ballots, or statues, with Crayola Metallic Crayons.
Glue these cards around the leader's silhouette.
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