< ERRAND INFO >It was easy to think October was all about ghosts and ghouls. Hogwarts begins to look creepier with the dimmed candles in the ceiling of the Great Hall, pumpkins of all different types of faces begin to entrail the hallways. But really, there was more to October than just the preparations of Halloween and its scary reputation. It was also a month dedicated to celebrate the many different heritages around the world.
Although all students at Hogwarts reside in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland, their heritages may most likely be different. There may be some children whose families were from Japan, South Africa, Germany, France or even America. This is just a small list of where families could originate from.
It is time to celebrate who we are as persons living in the walls of Hogwarts. The first step is to create our very own flag that represents our origin. The flag will be used to decorate the Muggle Studies classroom.
Maya opened her classroom to all students of any age to participate in her school-wide activity. She found it important for all children to learn about their background and share their pride of who they are. What better than to make their own flag? Maya decided that her wall filled with flags from around the world would be better suited to be flags decorated by the students of Hogwarts.
Maya loved culture and to learn more and more about the children roaming around the halls intrigued her. She knew that most of them must reside in England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland, but they had to be from somewhere else and why not share that hidden piece of themselves.
Maya typically would have a classroom set of individual tables that are in a circle for debate and discussions during her teaching, but the tables were different. There were multiple 6-foot tables that were set up throughout the class. On the tables were different forms of art supplies: paints, crayons, colored pencils, markers, stamps, glue, glitter, and more. Maya went all out with different forms of art supplies to help spark creativity in the children.
Lastly, there were many pieces of paper that have a large rectangle on them. It was the piece of paper that everyone would use as their format for their flags.
Let the creativity of culture seep through their veins and onto their flag.
Stamina: 11 || Evasion: 7 || Strength: 7 || Wisdom: 20 || ArcPower: 15 || Accuracy: 10