Even if you can't get to a bonfire, children can join in the celebrations with this lovely bonfire printable jigsaw, fun for Bonfire Night, Diwali or July 4th.
More Diwali Printables
Here are a few more Diwali printables for you to enjoy with the family, including an acrostic poem printable, writing paper and more...
Our cityscape is already bright and cheerful but it would look even better with some playdough fireworks exploding overhead! Print our cityscape fireworks playdough mat on to card and laminate to use over and over again.
There is a page of calling cards and 10 illustrated calling cards in this Diwali bingo game - a fun way to introduce children to the traditions of the holiday.
We have created a useful list of books about Diwali for children, which you can print off for reference below. Happy Diwali reading!
Cut out the missing bits of the Diwali picture and glue them back into place before colouring in the picture, and practise lots of skills in the process!
Children can practice their scissor skills by cutting along the dotted lines on this Diwali cutting practice worksheet.
This Diwali cutting shapes worksheet is a good way to involve younger children in the celebrations. They can practice their cutting skills by carefully cutting out 4 beautiful rangoli patterns.
Scroll down for a printable version of our Diwali Early Years Planning Sheet, full of ideas and actvities to enjoy with your younger children either at home or in an early years setting.
Here are some perfect game cards to use as part of a Diwali celebration. Print off two sets to play a memory game, or four to play Happy Families.
Big, bold and beautiful! Print out these Diwali letters and use them to spell out HAPPY DIWALI for your displays. Hang them as they are or cut them out and stick them up. The patterns on the letters are also available on our Diwali Scrapbook Paper page.
Using picture prompts are a way of sparking discussion and talk which helps younger children to develop their vocabulary and conversation skills. Use this Diwali picture prompt as part of the Diwali celebrations to help develop language and communication.
We love the beautiful colours of this Diwali wreath, perfect for brightening up any home or classroom. To make the wreath simply print onto strong paper or card, make a hole in the top and thread through a colourful ribbon.
This useful diya template makes it so simple to decorate the walls or boards or fridge! Just cut the shapes out from brightly coloured paper or card and then decorate with stickers, "jewels", braid, glitter ... whatever you have to hand!
Use this simple diya writing paper for Diwali letters or writing projects. We have three versions available for you to print - blank, lined and with handwriting lines.
What will this firework look like when it explodes? Use lots of different colours or just your favourite to make an exploding firework on this playdough mat.
These rockets are shooting off into the sky! Children can practice their scissor skills by cutting along the dotted lines of their tracks on our fireworks cutting practice worksheet.
Fireworks aren't the easiest thing to provide a template for! But if you cut these shapes out of bright coloured card and paper, include a variety of sizes and perhaps even add a bit of glitter of sparkle, you can make a fantastic fireworks display!
Here's some really colourful printable Diwali bunting that will brighten up your home or classroom over the Diwali celebrations. Each sheet prints onto 1 piece of paper or card, and the flags are easy curved shape to cut out. You could even stack a few pages together if you do it carefully!
Bright and bold are the best words to describe this gorgeous Rangoli design wreath. It's easy to make too - just follow the instructions on the printable sheet.
Use your playdough - yellow and orange would be good - to add some flames to power our firework rocket on this playdough mat.