This simple photographic poster shows a close-up of a traditional diya, or oil lamp, lit for the Diwali festivities.
This display of traditional Diwali sweets looks so tempting! Who could resist taking some of these home for the celebrations? Use this poster for your Diwali displays or while talking about the Hindu festival.
This street is decorated with all sorts of lovely Diwali lights in beautiful jewel colours. What a vibrant, exciting sight - perfect for this joyful festival of lights. This poster might be useful for Diwali displays, or for putting up on the white board while you are talking about Diwali.
This poster of Diwali lights shows clearly a rangoli or traditional design picked out in pretty, vibrant colours. What an exciting sight!
It is traditional to hange beautiful and exotic lanterns to fill the house inside and out with light at Diwali. Here's an example Diwali lantern.
Here's a fun way for little ones to practise their letters. We've designed this set of images with simple outlines so that you can cut out the images and laminate them, for the kids to trace over with a dry wipe pen. Of course you don't have to ...
Multiplication bump is a two player game that just needs one of our printable boards, 2 dice and 2 colours of counters, one for each player. The rules are simple for kids to learn so you can set this up in the classroom for children to play with a partner, or play at home with your child.
Test spelling and vocabulary by asking the kids to label the spooky Halloween pictures. We have three versions available to suit different ages and abilities: blank, just the first letter, or complete the missing letters.
This list of words just looks like a bunch of Hocus Pocus at the moment - but can the kids unjumble the letters to find the collection of Halloween words?