Accompany the children through the skits outlined in (Book 5, Lesson 13) (sin-covering eye).
Dramatize the “Feathers in the wind” story. Have the children continue their skit after the end of the story by imagining what happens after the woman learns how not to spread gossip. What does she talk about? What has she learned about hurting people’s feelings? How do her friends react to her change of heart? How do they feel?
Wreaths. Children create seasonally-themed wreaths, with feathers included to tie in with the story.
Section 19.4, Book 4 of Bahá’í Education for Children, is about not hurting people’s feelings.
The Golden Rule is a universal principle that kids can understand and apply in their lives every day.