• Community Kindness Stones

    Objective:

    You will gather three medium to large sized stones, either from your yard or somewhere in the outlying community.  You will then create a design with a message for each of your stones. your message can be words of encouragement, positivity, love, hope, purpose, perserverance, courage, strength, kindness, community, etc. Be creative!!!  Remember yuu want to be sure to make your design bold and colorful.

     

     

    Step One: Researcch 

    Read article in LA Times about a Southern California gon coping with Corona-virus by placing painted rocks within the community as a source of dealing with this current pandemic together.  Search the internet for words of inspiration, encouragement, positiuvity, love, hope, purpose, perseverance, courage, strength, kindness, community, etc. (Your message can either be a single word, a phase, or a statement). I will also post examples on l6edswardsj Instagram 

     

    Step two:  Find Materials

    Locate 3 medium to large sized preferably smooth stones.  To embellish your stones you will need: Paint, paintbrushes, permanent markers, and/or nail polish.  

     


    Step Three  MAKE YOUR MARK, LEAVE YOUR MARK

    Once you have located your three stones and decided on the permanent markers, and/or nail polish to create a design incorporated within your message.  Make sure you are thinking about why you chose the message you chose as you are creating your "Community Kindness Stones."  Once you have photographed your kindnedss stones, you will place them out in the community for others to see.  They should  be visible to the passer by.  The idea is to show solidarity and adorn the community with beautiful insperational messages of art.  You will then photograph your stones again, this time with them out in the community.

     

    Step Four:  READ THIS BEFORE YOU START CREATING

    1. Send me a pic of each of your 3 completed stones.

    2. Send me a pic of each of your stones placed somewhere out in the comunity.

    3.  Include in the body of your email a short explanation of each stones message and what they represent to you.

    4.  Send all this in one email to:

    edwardsjluhsd.net

    Please place your name and period in the subject line of your email.

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