Jam jar candle holder craft

We are fighting back against the darkness brought with the clock change and making jam jar candle holders to light up our home.How to make beautiful jam jar candle holders

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Diwali Rangoli Pattern

Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, falls on Thursday 23rd October 2014. Celebrate it with the children by making a traditional Indian rangoli pattern.Gorgeous diwali rangoli patterns for kids

 

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Diwali rangoli designs with colored salt

Diwali rangoli designs made with colored salt are a gorgeous sensory delight – and they’re really easy to make. Here’s how:

Gorgeous rangoli patterns for Diwali, made with DIY colored salt

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Rama and Sita puppets :: Diwali activity

Storytelling is a wonderful way for children to learn, and these Rama and Sita puppets are great as a Diwali activity. Here’s how we made them, with ideas on how to use puppets and stories to learn and explore.How to bring stories and learning to life with puppets {re-telling the story Rama and Sita as a Diwali activity}

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Salt dough candle holders for Diwali

Will you be celebrating Diwali with your children next month? I think observing festivals from many different cultures is a wonderful way to introduce  kids to the wider world.  The festival of lights is taking place on Thursday 23rd October 2014 and a creative way to mark the occasion by making some salt dough candle holders.

How to make beautiful salt dough candle holders - great for Diwali and Winter Solstice

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