indian independence day display
indian independence day display 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 humour, this is the perfect book to talk about India’s constitution, for all ages above 5 years. Adults, too.
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.
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.
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