Here are some of the rakhis we've created this week. Skills: Easy drawing, cutting and pasting. Materials: Card stock, ribbons, craft foam, beads, buttons, thread, PVA glue, permanent markers, felt pens etc.
Gorgeous! Aren't they?!
These ideas were chosen from the 'Rakhi making activity' artworks created during the week, for 5 to 10 year olds.
Hope you enjoy making them!
Happy Durga Puja and Dussehra to all!
For all our readers who love madhubani art, here is our Goddess Durga in madhubani style of painting.
As the children delve into the interesting Dussehra and Durga Puja activities, here are some of the activities we enjoyed doing during the festive break. Easy drawing and coloring/ painting Goddess Durga and Ravana. Making a shield and sword using cardboard.Making bow and arrows using cardboard and paper.Learning to make Rangolis.
It was pretty easy to draw 'Ravana' with his ten heads. We first made a large 'U' added ears to it and continued till we counted ten heads. Adding the crown and the details on the face completes the heads. Then make the body and the flames and it is time for some colouring.
Now for some artworks created by 5 to 9 year olds during this session.