Diwali

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Thursday 23rd October 2014

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Three Little CLAY PRESENTS

children activities, more than 2000 coloring pages

How to make colored salt - so easy! Great for sensory play and learning.

Diwali rangoli designs with colored salt

How to make gorgeous Diwali rangoli patterns with DIY colored salt.

Cardboard tube chanukiah (paint pink/purple and use for Advent Wreath)

Cardboard tube chanukiah

Weeks before Chanukah I planned to make a chanukiah out of toilet roll tubes. Then I saw one made by Creative Jewish Mom which was so elegant I nearly gave my plans away! But my daughter and I bot…

Hama bead design, could be a Rangoli for Diwali

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a gallery curated by <a href="/photos/anja1cam/">Anja-Christina's Photos</a>

Diwali fact file: an infographic

Infographic.. Diwali is a contraction of word Deepavali. Lakshmi Puja marks the most important. Hindu homes burst crackers.. triumph of good over evil

Early Years Experience

Scholastic Diwali Poems

Diwali poems

Two original Diwali poems based on the Hindu legend of Rama and Sita.

Elephant Mask

You can tell this gorgeous elephant mask is of an Indian elephant because of his colourful head-dress and his ears! Fun for kids to make and wear! You will need:

A #DIY tutorial on how to use the temporary henna tattoo sets from Free People!

This Just In! How To Use Our Henna Sets

We just got in an amazing new accessory that is sure to be on our what-to-pack list for festivals… henna sets! Henna is a plant that when ground up into a fine powder can be mixed with water to make a paste that dyes the skin. People have been using henna as body art since […]

Salt dough candle holders for Diwali

Make these easy salt dough candle holders as a beautiful Diwali craft

Lots of Diwali Crafts for Kids, like the Ganesha colouring page

Diwali

Diwali is celebrated by Hindus in India and all around the world in October or November. It is the Hindu New Year and is either a 3-day or 5-day holiday depending on where you come from. The Festival of Lights Diwali will next be celebrated on 4th November 2021. It is a very exciting and colourful holiday. Homes are cleaned to welcome the New Year and windows are opened so that the Hindu goddess of wealth, Lakshmi, can enter. It is believed that she cannot enter a house which is not lit up…

Diwali footprints lesson plan - could be great for an art/movement project combined.

Diwali Footprints on crayola.com

Create decorations with a mischievous edge for Diwali, a heritage-rich festival for Hindus. Students work with a partner to design Lakshmi's colorful footprints.