Practice language associated with mealtime.
In January 1941 President Roosevelt, shared with congress his vision for a postwar world founded on four fundamental human freedoms: freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from want, and freedom from fear. Inspired by his words, Rockwell created “Four Freedoms.” Originally published in the Post the paintings were a huge success and were later used to sell war bonds and stamps. The Four Freedoms paintings were sent on a national tour. They traveled to sixteen cities and were visited by more than a million people who purchased $133 million worth of war bonds and stamps. This painting represents freedom from want.
- Teach new words
- Build language skills
- Build communication skills
- Participate in group conversation
- Printed or digital copies of Freedom From Want.
- Drawing paper
- Markers and crayons