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.
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.
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.
Children can learn the different flags for each country of the world by colouring a country flag. Children can also learn primary and secondary colours through this experience and also provides a fun colour matching activity.
Get into the holiday spirit with these Xmas Counting Worksheets from 1 to 10. Encourage children to count the festive pictures on the page and colour in the corresponding number. These counting worksheets will assist children to develop their counting skills, number recognition and one to one counting correspondence.
Diwali is a festival celebrated in India that signifies the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, knowledge over ignorance, and hope over despair. Also acclaimed as the Festival of Lights, Diwali is associated with lights, sweets, and liveliness. Families light diyas (clay lamps) throughout their home to ward off darkness and evil. Fireworks also play a significant role in celebrating Diwali with families setting off many different types of fireworks throughout the day and into the night. To celebrate Diwali we have 8 Diwali colouring pages to use. They can be used as part of a craft experience, or children can paint, decorate or cut them out.
Halloween is on October 31st and to celebrate we have 8 Halloween colouring pages for children to use. These can be used as colouring pages or painted as part of a Halloween craft experience.
The Aboriginal Posters provide a variety images of the Indigenous community. These are great to use as a display within the service. They can also be used during group time as a conversation starter with children. There are also 6 Aboriginal Information Posters that includes information on Aboriginal culture and customs. This information will help Educators and Children understand why and how things are done within the Aboriginal community.
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