Sewing around the flames on our bonfire lacing card will be a challenge for children's fine motor skills but they will love the result. We think red, yellow or orange yarn would look really good.
Lots NEW! Choose from Holi posters, printable cards, word cards for vocabulary, and more - all to help explain the Hindu festival of Holi to the kids and give them a flavour of the spring celebrations.
These logs on this bonfire playdough mat need some playdough flames to make them in to a burning bonfire to warm us up! Grab the red, orange and yellow playdough...
There is a little bit of tricky cutting involved for this bonfire template, but it is worth it - it looks very recognisable! You could cut it from flame coloured paper and colour the logs brown, or just use a dark colour as a silhouette.
Our second bonfire template has a little less detail to cut out and can easily double as a campfire template.
We can see this writing paper being used on Bonfire Night, or perhaps for writing about a camping trip or brownie or cub camps... There are three versions to choose from below.
Pretty pastel colours surround this writing or drawing frame - which comes lined or blank. Use it for Easter projects, perhaps?
Reds, pinks and oranges liven up this pretty writing frame, which comes with lines or blank - so it is the perfect surround for a drawing, too.
Surround your child's writing or drawing project with this colourful writing frame in shades of blue and green.
This pretty writing frame makes any drawing or writing project twice the fun! It would work particularly well for Holi, perhaps?
Use this colourful writing or drawing frame with a purple paint effect to liven up your children's work!
This lovely bright and colourful scrapbook paper could be used in many different projects. Simply fold in half to make a card, or cut into quarters or eighths for cheerful tags. use it as a mount for a picture. Slice it up to make paper chains. We can think of lots of uses!
This lovely elephant activity includes 6 colourful Indian-style elephants, ready to be dressed up with gel pens, glitter, stickers, jewels, braid, ribbons - or whatever crafty materials you have on hand.
This little boy has been well and truly caught in the Holi poster paint! What a fun poster to put up on display during the Hindu festival.
Here's a quick card that you can print ready for Holi. Print onto full size A4 or letter paper (glossy looks great but any will do) and then fold once.
I love this photograph and think it would look fabulous decorating the walls at Holi. What a fun way to give children a feeling for this colourful Hindu festival!
This is one of three photographic posters for Holi, and it really captures the spirit of this cheerful Hindu spring celebration!
Our poster might be fun to decorate the classroom, perhaps, at Holi, or when you are learning about this Hindu festival of colour...
This useful set of Holi word cards comes with appropriately brightly coloured borders! Use them for your Holi displays. We've included 3 blank cards to add your own words.
Use can use this person template in all sorts of projects. Cut out a set in colourful paper for sorting activities or to line a notice board. Print onto brown paper and cut out, and let your child decorate their own "gingerbread man"!
This poster shows the story of Prahlad and Holika. When Prahlad's father decides to kill him, he asks Holika, the boy's aunt, to help. She has been given a magic power that means she can't be burned, so she sneakily takes the boy onto her lap and climbs into a bonfire.