During WWII, posters were used to inspire kids and families to help on the home-front by scrapping (recycling) and planting Victory Gardens. What if, today, you decided that you wanted to support the COVID-19 “Stop the Spread” effort by preparing a poster that had a message to compel folks to “do” something in particular, or “not do” something (i.e. not meet in groups) to help slow the spread of the coronavirus?
Paper (printer paper, construction paper, any size), markers, colored pencils, crayons, or paints.
Think of an inspirational message for your poster. Write in large letters on your paper. Draw people doing things that help their community! Color it with your markers, crayons or colored pencils.
Then share it on our Facebook by using the hashtag #MVCPostersForHealth