It’s time for some festivities! Diwali is the time for traditions, celebrations, and togetherness. Art and craft can keep the kids engaged and help you gift something unique and personal to your relatives. Diwali craft also unleashes creativity and a sense of confidence in your child making Diwali even more special for him. Here are some Diwali Crafts For Kids or activities to enjoy their Diwali.
Here are the 5 things your kids can make at home on this Diwali season.
Thali is used for Aarti and is easy to personalize. To do this activity, you would need a cardboard, beaded string (golden), artificial pearl string, a pair of scissors, a small circular mirror, and glue.
1. Take a cardboard and cut it in a shape of a circle.
Your personalized thali is ready to use. You can place hand-painted diya and real flowers on the mirror during the puja.
Streamers can make any corner look lively and colourful. To do this activity you would need a long string, diya cutouts, embellishments, colours, glue, and a pair of scissors.
How wonderful it would be to be welcomed by something created by hand and with love! This activity also gives an opportunity to talk about the significance of lighting diyas during Diwali.
Rangoli is an integral part of Diwali celebrations. It is made at the entrance of a house or office to welcome Goddess Laxmi and the guests. As rangoli is made of colours, kids find it extremely fun to do.
Welcome guests and Goddess Laxmi with colourful rangoli made by your child.
Diyas are synonymous with the festival of light. Your child can create hand painting and embellished diyas to decorate the house. To begin, you would need earthen diyas, acrylic paints, embellishments like mirror and beads, and glue.
Each diya can be different with different bursts of colour. You can also use this diyas for puja as well. This activity will keep your child busy for at least 2 days.
Hemp twine hanging balls are a new rage. They are easy to make and gives a lot of time for interaction. All you need is a balloon, hemp thread, glue, and a pair of scissors.
These Diwali activities for kids are a perfect way to bond with your child this Diwali season. These activities will also boost your child’s self-confidence and give him a sense of achievement while you get to teach them values associated with Diwali festival.
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