Introducing the Ultimate Diwali - Festival of Light Exploration Bundle! Unlock a world of Diwali festivities and cultural richness with this comprehensive Diwali resource bundle. This collection of crafts, flipbooks, PowerPoint, fact sheets, word searches and coloring pages are designed to enhance your social studies lessons and make the Festival of Light come alive in your classroom.
The Diwali Bundle includes:
Explore the Festival of Light - Diwali with these handy fact sheets and question sheets. A perfect reading comprehension or literacy activity that can fit nicely with any social studies lesson, these sheets will guide your students through this special holiday.
These 3 Diwali paper crafts will help bring your exploration of the Festival of Light to life.
Discover Diwali, the Festival of Light, with this handy prefilled flipbook. This resource is designed for First Grade, Second Grade or Third Grade social studies lessons and contains everything you need to explore this celebration.
Dive into the rich traditions and significance of Diwali with these 15 captivating photographic slides and detailed explanations for your next social studies lesson.
These Diwali Word Search activity sheets will engage your students and kickstart an enlightening conversation about this annual festival of lights.
These Diwali Color by Number pages offer a delightful way to create stunning art pieces that can adorn your classroom walls. Ready-to-color no-prep designs are presented as a black and white sheet with numbered sections (1-6), making it easy for students to color within the lines.
Explore the Festival of Light - Diwali with these handy math addition and subtraction sheets. Perfect for integrating your numeracy lesson with social studies, students will enjoy decorating these sheets whilst working through the math problems.
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Year 3 HASS:
significant events, symbols and emblems that are important to Australia’s identity and diversity, and how they are celebrated, commemorated or recognised in Australia, including Australia Day, Anzac Day, NAIDOC Week, National Sorry Day, Easter, Christmas, and other religious and cultural festivals