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4th of July Toilet Paper Roll Fireworks Craft for Kids | CraftyMorning.com

Toilet Paper Roll Fireworks Craft for Kids - Crafty Morning

4th of July Toilet Paper Roll Fireworks Craft for Kids | CraftyMorning.com

Make Diwali extra colorful this year with multi colored diyas, made in accordion style! Get all the instructions to make these Accordion Fold Paper Diyas at @ArtsyCraftsyMom.

Accordion Fold Diwali Paper Diya Craft

Make Diwali extra colorful this year with multi colored diyas, made in accordion style! Get all the instructions to make these Accordion Fold Paper Diyas at @ArtsyCraftsyMom.

Numicon, gel numbers and glitter! Children used the paintbrshes to practice writing numbers in the glitter and matched the numicon to the numbers.

Numicon, gel numbers and glitter! Children used the paintbrshes to practice writing numbers in the glitter and matched the numicon to the numbers.

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Wet Chalk Fireworks Craft for Kids - Crafty Morning

Have your kids make a fireworks craft for the 4th of July using wet chalk and a piece of paper. It's a super easy art project that you can make for memorial day as well.

F is for Fireworks Tuff Spot firework loose parts play

Fireworks Tuff Tray | Clare's Little Tots

Fireworks tuff tray with loose parts play for imaginative and sensory play.

{Play Dough Challenge} We combined lots of added textures and smells to make these Play Dough Rangoli Mandalas.

Play Dough Rangoli Mandalas

A beautiful idea for sensory play, using natural textures to create Play Dough rangoli mandalas

Simple firework writing/phonics activity. Firework sounds (pop, bang, crack, zoom, fizz) recorded on sound buttons for children to listen to and have a go at writing.

Simple firework writing/phonics activity. Firework sounds (pop, bang, crack, zoom, fizz) recorded on sound buttons for children to listen to and have a go at writing.

Diwali mandala activity with loose parts?

ThinkinEd on Instagram: “A powerful experience in the Witness/Echo room at Beyond Words exhibit. Clockwise from top left: designing a template of repeating circles;…”

78 Likes, 6 Comments - ThinkinEd (@thinkinedspotlight) on Instagram: “A powerful experience in the Witness/Echo room at Beyond Words exhibit. Clockwise from top left:…”

Karima's Crafts: Henna Crafts - 30 Days of Ramadan Crafts DIY Stickers / Hand Template Designing

Henna Crafts - 30 Days of Ramadan Crafts

Day 17 - Henna Crafts My girls love having Henna done on them. Its not very often they get the opportunity to have it done professi...

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5 Easy Diwali Crafts For Kids Ideas

Trying out the Henna Hands Craft Deepavali or Diwali as it is known in many parts of the world is coming soon. Time to get crafting wi...

Rangoli Craft Idea for Kids for Diwali to encourage kids to learn about the world.

Rangoli Craft Idea for Kids

Explore indian art with this Rangoli craft idea for kids using salt and food coloring. A colorful way to explore rangoli designs as you learn about India and Diwali.

Teacher's Pet – Ideas & Inspiration for Early Years (EYFS), Key Stage 1 (KS1) and Key Stage 2 (KS2) | Pie Printing!

Teacher's Pet » Classroom Inspiration

Welcome to Teacher's Pet your one stop shop for all of the very best in classroom resources including, posters, labels, games, activities, challenge cards, bunting and so, so much more!

Messy Little Monster: Painted Firework Toast

Painted Firework Toast

Painted firework toast. Use this simple edible paint recipe to paint a design onto bread. This is a fun activity for kids to celebrate bonfire night or new year.

Diwali - Rangoli art for kids use salt and flour dough to make a pattern.

Happy Diwali

I have been swamped with one thing or another so it's been a while since I've posted. I went to a Daily 5 conference a few Saturdays ago...AMAZING! I've been redoing my literacy block ever since. I hope to start implementing the program this week. I'll report back and let you know how it goes. We have a array of cultures in my classroom, so when of my mothers told me Diwali - The Festival of Lights was beginning and that she would love to come in and share, I was excited. I hopped on the…