Independence Day Arts, Crafts and Food Ideas

Art and Craft ideas for Indian Independence Day. Children remember celebrations when all five senses are involved. Here are a few touch, feel and taste activities for Independence Day.   Download PDF

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Craft for Ganesh Chathurthi Festival

Ganesh Chathuthi Craft Activity: Ganesha Idol  from vegetables. This take home activity will bring you appreciation among parent Material needed: For one Idol: One large Potato, small round shape brinjal with its stem, one green chilly/or lady finger cut horizently, carrot ,tooth picks. Activity: This is teacher directed activity. Give children all the vegetable and step by step instruction for making this Idol step 1: use potato as base step 2: stick brinjal onto Potato keep the crown side up  with the help of a tooth pick. This will give a look of Ganesha with a crown step 3: stick chilli...

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Art :VanGogh’s Flower

ART ACTIVITY:Flowers  -vangogh . Objectives: Introduce Students to Van Gogh’s Sunflowers What You Need: Construction paper, glue, scissors, tissue paper. A reproduction of Van Gogh’s Sunflowers, a photo and brief biography of Vincent Van Gogh. What You Do: Introduce the students to Van Gogh and his sunflower paintings. Students create sunflowers using construction paper and rolled up bits of tissue paper for the center to add interest and dimension Post the sunflowers on a bulletin board with the photo and biography of the artist as well as a reproduction of Van Gogh’s...

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Theme :Bird

Making this fine feathered bird is a real “tweet”! Material needed   3″ blue chart paper circle (head) two 4″ blue chart paper circles (wings) 1″ orange paper triangle (beak) cleaned and sanitized foam egg carton craft feathers black marker glue scissors Setup: To make a perch, cut a one-cup section from the egg carton. Then cut a slit in the bottom of the cup. Steps: Use the marker to add facial features to both sides of the head. Glue the beak to the front of the head. (Teacher: Fold each wing in half and glue the wings together with the head between...

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