Learn the correct way to write the letters in the word "bonfire" with our finger tracing worksheet. Children can colour in the picture too. Why not laminate for repeat use with a dry wipe pen?
Diwali Handwriting Worksheets
Kids can practice their handwriting with these fun Diwali handwriting worksheets!
Children can first trace the word "bonfire" a number of times to build up confidence, making sure that they form the letters correctly, and then practise writing it themselves, with our printable handwriting worksheet.
Children can practise their handwriting and then colour in the bonfire picture - perfect for autumn when the leaves need clearing up, Bonfire Night, or possibly Fourth of July?
Start children off with this finger tracing worksheet for Diwali. Place a finger on the dot and then trace each letter, following the direction of the arrows. There is a pretty Diwali hanging to colour in, too.
Practise your handwriting at Diwali with this cute handwriting worksheet - and have a go at the colouring in, too!
Here is a starter finger tracing worksheet for Diwali, featuring the word diya, and an image to colour in.
Learn to spell the name of the hindu goddess Lakshmi, celebrated at Diwali, with our finger tracing worksheet.
Lakshmi is the hindu goddess of light, celebrated at Diwali. Here is a word tracing worksheet to help kids learn to write her name, complete with a pretty picture to colour in.
Use our lights finger tracing worksheet at Diwali. Perhaps you could trace the letters first with a finger and colour in the lamps – then laminate the page and try tracing the letters with a dry wipe pen?
Especially for Diwali, here's a handwriting worksheet to help the children learn how to write the word "lights". Trace over the different fonts, and then write the word unaided on the final line.
Diwali is the festival of lights, so here is a word tracing worksheet featuring the word "lights" with two diya lamps to colour in.
Here is a good worksheet to use with beginner writers at Diwali. Trace over the letters with a finger, and then with a pen. You could use magnetic letters for a matching activity too.
Here's some fun handwriting practise for Diwali. Kids can trace the letter of the word "rangoli" until they can write it on their own, and then colour in the rangoli designs.