In hopes of bringing joy and color to your neighborhood, we invite you to use your windows as an exhibition room for artworks created by your family!  

Step 1: Chose the type of art piece you would like to work on 

You will need some art supplies 

There are no limits to your creation! Your art piece can be a drawing, or any other form of decoration! You can produce a sculpture, a drawing or painting and fix it to your windows. If you have them on hand, why not draw directly on your windows with chalk markers? (with your parents’ permission of course).

Step 2: Create!  

Be original and maybe try creating banners or landscapes or you can even write sweet messages for your neighbourhood.  

Here are a few themes that may inspire you : nature, joy, farm animals, life underwater etc. A current trend happens to be rainbows. You could add rainbows to your windows accompanied by the words « ça va bien aller » or « everything will be okay ». 

Step 3: Share your good mood!  

One you have displayed your beautiful creations, or drawn directly upon your windows, please take pictures of your very special museum and share your initiative with the community on our Facebook page.  

Who knows, maybe you will inspire your neighborsWhen you go for a walk you can count the rainbows in your area. Either way, you are sure to spread joy in your neighborhood.   


In todays log in their diary, the children can document todays activity. For example, by drawing people’s reactions when they pas by and notice the artwork or by simply explaining what this meant to them. The possibilities are endless! 

If your child is documenting alone, you are invited to ask them questions to feed and enrich the entry in the journal. Here are some questions you can ask :  

  • What message would you like to convey to your neighbors by sharing your artwork.  
  • What was your favorite moment today?  
  • Would you like to start this activity over again another day ? If so, what other themes would you explore?  

Did you know...

  • … There is a trash museum in New York? Click here to learn more.  
  • …  You can only see a rainbow when the sun is behind you and it illuminates the tiny rain droplets in the air in front of you? Learn more here.
  • … The colors of a rainbow are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. To learn more about rainbows, click here.

Here are a few models of rainbows to serve as inspiration for their drawings 

If your toddler is still interested in the topic, you can take a virtual tour of monuments and museums :  

And many more… 


An activity by Matante Claudette