Use our printable story paper to write about Bhaiya-Dooj, part of the Diwali festivities which celebrates the bond between a brother and his sister. We have two versions to choose from below, ruled and with handwriting lines.
Diwali Story Paper
Use this collection of Diwali story paper in the home or classroom, for creative writing, facts or copywork... We've got a variety of paper to suit all ages. How about writing your own version of the story of Diwali, or capturing what you have learned about the Hindu gods or the festival itself?
We have two versions of each design, one lined and one with handwriting lines.
Use this story paper to write about the diya oil lamp, central to the Hindu Diwali celebration. They are lit and placed all around the house at night to encourage the goddess Lakshmi to visit and spread wealth and prosperity.
Use our printable story paper to write about the elephant-headed god Ganesha, worshipped by Hindus at Diwali.
Here are two printable story paper pages featuring the goddess Lakshmi, to use in your writing projects at Diwali. Perhaps children could write what they know about her?
This is the fourth and final sheet in our series of story papers for the Diwali story.
Rama and Sita began their long journey back to their land, and everybody lit oil lamps to guide them on their way and welcome them back.
This is the first in our series of story papers for the Diwali story.
Once upon a time there was a great warrior, Prince Rama, who had a beautiful wife named Sita.
Kids can use our printable story paper to record what they know about Rama, the hero of the Diwali story, who rescues his kidnapped wife with the help of Hanuman, the monkey king. Choose from lined and handwriting lines, and don't forget to colour Rama in!
Use our printable story paper (available with lines or handwriting lines) to write about the evil Ravana, who kidnaps poor Sita in the Diwali story. Don't forget to colour him in!
We have two versions of our Sita story paper - lined and with handwriting lines - so that kids of all ages can record what they have learned about her, or perhaps write their own version of the Diwali story. And of course they can colour Sita in, too!
Kids can use this story paper to write a story about "The Fireworks Display", or perhaps to write a description of the display that they visited.