Free coloring pages | Coloring pages to print | Printable colouring sheets from The Coloring Spot Paidika - Home Rangoli craft for kids All About Rangoli Rangoli patterns are traditionally drawn with the fingers using flour, rice grains or coloured chalk. Rangoli can be square, rectangular or circular – or a mix of all three. They are often symmetrical. Rangoli were originally done in small patterns of about 2 foot square, but now entire areas of floor can be covered in intricate designs, often produced by first drawing gridlines in light chalk. We have a number of suggestions below for creating Rangoli designs, suitable for children of all ages and abilities. Rangoli Examples Rangoli come in all shapes and sizes! Simple rangoli design drawn with rice powder in the dirt Rangoli design with diya in centre Peacock rangoli design We have lots of ideas for making your own rangoli on our rangoli crafts page. Rangoli Videos How about adapting this technique to make your own pretty flower rangoli design? NB Children should not browse video sharing sites unsupervised Here's a five dot grid design which would be fun for beginners to try
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Danielle's Place of Crafts and Activities - Christian Crafts and Learning Activities for Children and Kids of all Ages Diwali Rangoli Patterns,Rangoli Patterns for Diwali,Dipavali Rangolis,Dipavali Festival Rangolis Rangoli, also known as Alpana, Kolam and by other names is a traditional art of decorating courtyards and walls of Indian houses, places of worship and sometimes eating places as well. The powder of white stone, lime, rice flour and other paste is used to draw intricate and ritual designs. Although Rangoli art is Maharashtrian in origin, it has become quite popular all over the country. Traditionally Rangolis are painted or created out of colored sand/rice powder. Spaces can be created within the rangoli design to place diyas. Most of the patterns are circular indicative of the endlessness of time.
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Games for 5-9 year olds in large groups (20+) I've been teaching English to kindergarten and elementary school students for a year and a half now, and I've had a really hard time finding lesson and games ideas to use because of my situation - I teach nearly 3,000 students at 10 different schools, and only see my kids once a month if I'm extremely lucky (more often it's once every 2 months or in the worst cases once a semester) for 45-minute classes. My students aren't learning English formally, so only the ones who take private lessons can read or even answer questions like "How are you?", and generally they forget most everything from the previous lesson by the next time I see them. This is something I've had a really hard time dealing with, particularly when schools give me lesson plans like "Teach them the days of the week, to tell time, to say & answer 'What time do you get up?", "Where do you want to go?", etc. within the space of a single class. Animal lesson - Teach about 8 common animal names. "How are you?"
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