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The Holi Colouring Pages enable children to colour, paint, collage each colouring page. Children can make them bright and colourful. These are great to use during Holi with children.

Holi Posters

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The Holi Posters are images of Holi celebrations. They are bright and colourful and great to display within the learning environment that enable children to observe how children and others celebrate Holi. The Holi Festival of Colors in India is a celebration of the victory of good over evil, the destruction of the demoness Holika. It is celebrated every year on the day after the full moon in the Hindu month of Phalguna which is early March. People celebrate the start of spring and other events in the Hindu religion; they march the streets and spray people with coloured powders while dancing and singing.

Holi is celebrated on 18 March. It is an Indian Hindu festival of colours. As it celebrates in spring, it is called the “Festival of Spring.” In India, it is a holiday, celebrated wide across the country. Children also celebrate by applying colour to each other.

The T-shirt Colour Patterns is a great activity for children that are learning and recognising colours. Just follow the colour words at the bottom of the t-shirt and decorate the t-shirt with the same coloured splatters. This is a great and simple activity for Holi.

These flashcards have Thank You in different languages from around the world. Children can learn to say thank you from different parts of the world. These flashcards can also be used in displays, for cultural experiences and to enable children to explore cultural diversity.

The Children Of The World Posters show children from around the world. These are great to display within the learning environment that enable children to observe how children from different parts of the world, how they dress, similarities and differences. These are great to show diversity, belonging and harmony.

The Chinese Colour Lanterns enables children to recognise and match colours by matching the correct colour circle to the coloured lantern. The coloured circles are to be cut out for children to sort and match the colour dots for lantern. Children can also use pom pom, playdough, coloured blocks and more. This activity will help children to correctly identify and recognise primary and secondary colours and is great for fine motor skills too.

These posters have Goodbye in different languages from around the world. Children can learn to say Goodbye from different parts of the world. These posters can also be used in displays, for cultural experiences and to enable children to explore cultural diversity.

Christmas Around The World Posters shows the different ways countries celebrate the holiday seasons. This is a great starting point to start discussions with children on traditions around the world and to understand similarities and differences between countries. 

Merry Christmas In Different Languages Posters show how to say "Merry Christmas" from around the world. Children can learn to say Merry Christmas from different parts of the world. These Posters can also be used in displays, for cultural experiences and to enable children to explore cultural diversity.

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