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Hinduism Primary Resources, religion, faith, hindu, temple, RE

Hinduism Primary Resources, religion, faith, hindu, temple, RE

Hinduism Primary Resources, religion, faith, hindu, temple, RE

Places of Worship Hindu Mandirs PowerPoint - Use this handy power point to explore more about the different mandirs around the world, what happens here and why they are very special

Divali Celebrations Display, Classroom Display, class display, festival, culture, Diwali, Hindu festival, art, Early Years (EYFS),KS1&KS2 Primary Resources

Divali Celebrations Display, Classroom Display, class display, festival, culture, Diwali, Hindu festival, art, Early Years (EYFS),KS1&KS2 Primary Resources

Hinduism Religion Study - Hindu

Hinduism Religion Study - Hindu

Hindu Festivals, Child Life, Hinduism, Social Studies, Religion, Social Science, Sociology

Hinduism - Treetop Displays - Printable EYFS, KS1, KS2 classroom displays & primary teaching resources

Hinduism - Treetop Displays - Printable EYFS, KS1, KS2 classroom displays & primary teaching resources

Teacher's Pet Activities & Games » WWII Rationing Activities » EYFS, KS1, KS2 classroom activity and game resources » A Sparklebox alternative

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To celebrate Diwali, the Festival of Lights, your child can make this beautiful flower garland craft activity!

Diwali falls on the of November his year. In keeping with the discussion on faith and belief triggered by the new promise a session in Diwali and what it means along with summer colourful crafts might fit in well with the term.

Children's Corner - Arts & Crafts - Coloring projects Good for lessons on Hinduism

Ganesha Craft Children's Corner - Arts & Crafts - Coloring projects Good for lessons on Hinduism

Diwali Celebrations Display, Classroom Display, class display, festival, culture, Diwali, Hindu festival, Early Years (EYFS), KS1 & KS2 Primary Resources

Diwali Celebrations Display, Classroom Display, class display, festival, culture, Diwali, Hindu festival, Early Years (EYFS), KS1 & KS2 Primary Resources

Diwali Story Flash Cards - VERY SIMPLE Diwali Kindergarten  This product is a VERY simplified story on Diwali. They come in flashcard size so you can either use as flashcards or put together as a small book. Only 17 pages/flashcards in total.  Lots of fun, bright clipart to keep students engaged.  Perfect for a special needs/autistic class or pre-k/k

Diwali Flashcard Story

Diwali Story Flash Cards - VERY SIMPLE Diwali Kindergarten This product is a VERY simplified story on Diwali. They come in flashcard size so you can either use as flashcards or put together as a small book. Only 17 pages/flashcards in total. Lots of fun, bright clipart to keep students engaged. Perfect for a special needs/autistic class or pre-k/k

Your kids will have so much fun doing this #Diwali inspired word search! #TandoorChef

This printable word search puzzle for kids features various words and people relating to the story of the Hindu festival of Diwali. Can the kids find them all?

Here are some of our favorite resources about India for kids, including books and websites appropriate for elementary school students.

India for Kids: Favorite Resources for Elementary Students

Here are some of our favorite resources about India for kids, including books and websites appropriate for elementary school students. From /alldonemonkey/

Montessori-Inspired Little Passports Activities – India

Montessori Monday - Montessori-Inspired Little Passports Activities - Argentina

Montessori-Inspired Little Passports Activities – India

Diwali aka Festival of Lights activities for kids.  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.

Diwali aka Festival of Lights activities for kids. 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 or holiday depending on where you come from.

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