Check out 70 INDIA INDEPENDENCE DAY CRAFTS AND ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS – From India Flag crafts to crafts on National Symbols – Tiger, Peacock, Lotus, Mango & Tri-Color Party Food.
With India’s Independence Day coming soon, the craze has caught on in a big way. Restaurants, fashion designers, and e-commerce websites are offering tri-colored themed food, clothes and flags and apparels inspired by freedom fighters respectively to make it special.
Need some last minute ideas for India’s Independence Day Celebrations at your home, apartment or school? We have everything you need!
70 INDIA INDEPENDENCE DAY CRAFTS AND ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS
India Flag Crafts | Tricolour Craft
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– A small cardstock & acrylic colours is all you need to make this cute India Flag coloured bookmark
A spin-off on India flag. Make an Indian Flag craft using pulses and glue to stick. Draw the Indian Flag on a piece of paper, then apply glue. Ask your Child to add pulses according to the Flag colours. Green Moong, Red masoor dal, White Urad Dal and Rajma for the Pole
These make great Indian Indepence Day Decorating Ideas or hand held fans for kids. Idea via RedtedArt.
Take part in your society’s Flag hoisting by making your own rolled paper flags. First, begin with a sheet of white rectangular paper . Fold the paper in quarters. Then open up the paper so you have four sections. Cut off one of the sections. Next, roll up from the other end of the paper as shown below which will become the flag pole. Use a piece of tape or glue to secure rolled paper from unrolling. Once it is taped it is ready to be painted or colored with markers or crayons as the kids wish.
Make these lovely Indian Independence Day Decoration Tri-Color Paper Fan Bunting – Idea via RedTedArt!
Hand painting, face painting is very popular. You should only use non-toxic, child safe paints.
Make an Indian Flag rangoli
Make an Indian Flag with Multiple Hand Prints –
First tray was an introduction to our tri-color national flag, along with some geographical study. I created a little Asia continent printable with India on it. We also studied the phonic sound “I” of India. studied about famous freedom fighters of India along with some special national attributes. Idea via Mummadiaries.com
– Use crayon shavings to make your flag card.
Putti’s amma shares some fabulous tips on how to throw a fabulous one.
– Lolly stick flags, Pipecleaner bracelets in tricolours are a MUST for any India theme party
make a Fun crown using paper plates
– Learn about Indian currency & its designs.
– More tricolour room decor ideas
Love the idea to make your own rolled paper bracelets
This papercraft is easy to cut and assemble and looks really pretty as classroom decoration
– Wear an India tricolour badge on your shirt
Try some Tricolour nail art
As part of the history of India, we learn about post-independence history, and that includes learning about the constitution – one that came into effect on 26th January 1950, when independent India became a republic.
Leila Seth, a former judge of the Supreme Court, has come up with this fabulous book that simplifies these ideas without talking down to children and also making them interesting enough to stick. Told in verse form, with a large dollop of humor, this is the perfect book to talk about India’s constitution, for all ages above 5 years. Adults, too.
National symbols of India depict the country’s image and have been chosen very carefully.
The national animal, tiger symbolises power; the national flower, lotus symbolises purity;the national tree, banyan symbolises immortality, the national bird, peacock symbolises elegance and the national fruit, mango symbolises the tropical climate of India. Similarly, our national song and national anthem were a source of inspiration during the freedom struggle. The national emblem of India depicts four lions standing back to back, symbolising power, courage, pride and confidence. Hockey was at its peak when it was adopted as the national game of India. Here are some Indian National Symbol Crafts
Make Indian National symbols using handprints
Make these cute bookmarks using cardstock & markers.
National Bird of India – Peacock Crafts
Make a Handprint peacock
Paint peacock feathers on glasses for that added oomph to your Independence Day Party
Make a quilled peacock wall hanging. Super easy to make and looks so pretty.
Make a Gorgeous Classroom Display with Tri-Color Peacocks.
Younger kids can make this paper Plate version of Peacock. The Best part is these stand on their own and can also be used as table decorations.
National Animal of India – Tiger Crafts
Also strength, agility and power are the basic aspect of the tiger. The Bengal Tigerwas declared as the national animal of India in April 1973, with the initiation of Project Tiger, to protect the tigers in India. Prior to this, the lion was the national animal of India.
Raawwwrrrr! Bring out your inner beast and terrorize the village with this realistic looking tiger headband!
via Learn Create Love. Print, cut and paint 🙂
This DIY Heart tiger craft is super fun too. Explore shapes and animals.
Make a Foam cup Tiger – Use a paper Cup or Foam Cup and paint it to resemble a Tiger. Growl.
National Flower of India – Lotus Crafts
Lotus that symbolizes spirituality, fruitfulness, wealth, knowledge and illumination is the National flowerof India.
National Fruit of India – Mango Crafts
The National Fruit of India: Mangoes are native to India and thus truly Indian. Since time immemorial, mangoes have been cultivated in India. In ancient times as well, deliciousness of mangoes have been defined by many renowned poets. The great Mughal emperor Akbar had planted about 1,00,000 mango trees in Lakhi Bagh in Darbhanga.
Make a mango fruit paper collage.
Make a water colour mango bunting
National Tree of India – Banyan Tree Crafts
The Banyan tree represents eternal life, because of its ever-expanding branches. The country’s unity is symbolised by the trees huge structure and its deep roots. The tree is also known as Kalpavriksha, which means ‘wish fulfilling tree’.The Banyan tree is called so, because the Banyan tree has immense medicinal properties and is associated with longevity. The Banyan tree also gives shelter to many different kinds of animals and birds, which represent India and its people from different races, religions , nd castes.
Indian Tri color Party Food – Independence Day Party Ideas
Tri color Fruit salad
What do you think of this collection? Do you have more ideas to share. I’d love to feature them on the blog & on my FB page .
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