Harmony Day: Global Heart Flag Paper Chain

by KellyB on February 9, 2012

Guest Post from Kelly BeAFunMum.com

Here’s a fun idea for the classroom, just in time for Valentine’s Day or Harmony Day.  This Flag Heart Paper Chain is simple and fun to make and is a beautiful picture of how everyone, from anywhere in the world can work together to achieve something wonderful.

Multicultural Resources -- flag heart paper chain


Flag Heart Paper Chain Template





1. Print Template — 3 pages of flag hearts. Click the picture to access the PDF file.

Heart Flag Paper Chain Template

2. Cut around the grey line.

3. Run the scissors down each row of four hearts. This should leave you with 7 chain pieces per page.

4.  Overlap the beginning and the end of one of the paper chain piece and staple.

5. Link the next piece of paper chain and repeat until the desired length is achieved.

Multicultural Resources -- flag heart paper chain

6. Hang to decorate the classroom or home.

Multicultural Resources -- flag heart paper chain

Other Links

Harmony Day

More Free Printables

Multicultural Resources to support Harmony Day

Children of the World Memory Card Game

Children of the World Mobile

One world, many cultures, Putumayo CD

Worldwide hand made bunting, Flags & faces of the world bunting

Kids World Party CD

or head on over to our website www.globalkidsoz.com.au for more ideas


{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Jill@momsgoneglobal February 14, 2012 at 5:05 pm

Hi! Just wanted to let you know that we had fun decorating our world map with the global paper heart- flag chain template! My blog post where I shared your link: http://www.momsgoneglobal.com/does-everyone-say-i-love-you


Global Kids Oz February 15, 2012 at 6:18 am

Excellent, glad you enjoyed it, I loved your post too – Tx for sharing JJ x

joel stibbard March 23, 2012 at 2:50 pm

Awesome idea!

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