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Best 5 Easy and Unique Diwali Crafts Activities for Kids
Diwali, one of India's greatest festivals, is almost approaching, so we can appreciate your excitement for making delectable meals, adorning the house, and yes, festive shopping! The children must also be thrilled. What if we let the kids to make some crafts for Diwali? They will gain knowledge of our customs, holidays, and values in this way. Additionally, you may use the creations as decorations! You must be wondering now what kinds of projects your children would want to make! Fear not here are some DIY ideas your kids can do for Diwali decorations!
1. Rangoli Plate
Plate rangolis are without a doubt the best craft idea for kids. They're simple to make and look amazing! All your children need to do is take some paper plates, coloured paper, sparkles, and sketch pens, and let them draw their masterpieces, rangolis, on the paper plate. Either show them how to do it or let them follow along with online videos. Better still, let their imaginations do the creating. This is without a doubt among the top kid-friendly Diwali activities.
2. Diya Print Decoration
Kids may create Diwali diyas like never before if you give them some creative ideas. Encourage children to create accordion-fold or handprint diyas for Diwali. In case you were wondering, the answer is no, it's not as difficult as it seems. All you need is some black ink, coloured paper, scissors, and glue! Tell your children to place their hand on the coloured paper and trace around it with a black marker to create handprint diyas. Allow them to carefully cut the hand drawing now, then set it away. Tell them to create triangles on the paper for the diyas, then let them cut them out. Give your kids some creative freedom to embellish with stickers, pompoms, gems, or buttons. Now instruct them to arrange the diya so that it stands out attractively on the paper hand.
3. Paper Lantern
This is the craft that is considered classic and still important. One of the greatest Diwali craft ideas for both adults and children is the paper lantern. To give it a structure, you'll need the standard components like paper, glue, sellotape, beads, and buttons. How would one begin? Simply cut four equal-sized rectangular pieces out of the coloured paper, and instruct your children to do the same. Now, you may either draw on the paper, cut out shapes, or embellish it with beads to give it a more elegant appearance. When you're done, stack four of them to create an open-ended, rectangular box. Next, cut a second square box so that it covers one end. The lantern is now ready to be exhibited; simply thread a lightbulb through the square box. When they're ready, hang them from the ceiling to see how much glitz the event will have.
4. Color Paper Flowers
Flowers are a classic choice for Diwali décor. As a matter of fact, arranging them correctly can alter the house's overall appearance. There are countless ways to spruce up the space during Diwali with flowers. Furthermore, even though genuine flowers are available for purchase, there is no reason to do so. Your children will be able to do it quickly and easily. Simply give them some tissue paper and instruct them to use it to create flowers. Let them now arrange it anyway they like in a bowl, on top of the rangoli, or just hanging them on the walls. Whatever they decide to do will undoubtedly improve the party's theme. These, then, are a few craft ideas for Diwali. Determine which one or ones your children will enjoy the most and plan accordingly so that they can create the projects. Having said that, happy Diwali!
5. Leaf Toran
Making paper leaf torans is an activity that your children can do for Diwali this year at school. This unique creative method will make a statement among other decorations. Furthermore, your children most likely already know how to create it—if not, welcome to the world of tutorial videos!. Give them some paper, twine, and other embellishments. Next, observe as they cut out shapes from paper and fasten them to threads to create the toran. We promise that the outcomes will be fantastic. This is unquestionably one of the simplest and fastest Diwali craft ideas for kids.