In the recent art class in Zone S the kids learned about the significance of dreamcatcher to the Native American people and crafted their own dream catchers with foam plates, threads, beads and feathers.
The Dream catchers are traditionally hung by the window or the head of the bed. Good dreams know the way through the hole in the center of the dreamcatcher whereas the bad dreams get tangled in the web. The prayer beads trap all the bad dreams that are left on the web and perish with the first light of day.
Did you know that the hoop is a symbol of strength and unity? Now all the the kids in Zone S know about it 🙂