Participants will internalize a Òless is moreÓ philosophy
1. Prepare two buckets and laminated pictures or drawings of various needs and wants, or have the items on hand.
2. Have youth toss the items in a ÒwantÓ bucket and a ÒneedÓ bucket.
3. Once the items are in the buckets, have them gather the wants and needs separately into two categories, writing them out or drawing them.
4. Next, have them think about the value of the Òless is moreÓ philosophy in our interconnected world, as well as the universal needs of all humans.
1. Toss ÒwantÓ and ÒneedÓ items in labelled buckets - ÒwantÓ items in a bucket labelled, ÒwantÓ, and ÒneedÓ items in a bucket labelled, ÒneedÓ.
2. Once the items are in the buckets, gather the items into two categories, writing them out or drawing them.
3. Think about the value of Òless is moreÓ in our interconnected world, as well as the universal needs of all humans.
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