STEAM with Snowflakes – DIY Snowflakes and 5 Fun STEAM Activities

STEAM with Snowflakes – DIY Snowflakes and 5 Fun STEAM Activities

Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash It’s winter! Though many of us may not live in parts where it does not snow, this is a good time to introduce your children to the magic of snowflakes.  Snowflakes are intricate crystalline structures with patterns that are beautiful and fascinating. And what’s more, snowflakes are a great example of Math in nature!! Cool Math Facts about Snowflakes  Did you know these Cool Math Facts about Snowflakes? [Source: mathnasium.com] Snowflakes have six…

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DIY Felt Snowman for Kids!

DIY Felt Snowman for Kids!

No holiday is as fun and exciting for kids as Christmas is! And a big part of excitement comes when it’s time to put up the Christmas tree which symbolizes the magic of Christmas,and for kids decorating the tree with ornaments mean that the season has officially begun. We can make it even more exciting for our kids by having them make their own ornaments for the Christmas tree.

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Celebrate this Diwali with DIY eco-friendly ‘diyas’

Celebrate this Diwali with DIY eco-friendly ‘diyas’

Diwali is about traditions, and nothing can beat the charm of adorning your home with humble clay diyas. These DIY diyas are pretty easy to make. You can then paint and embellish them to your liking.  Eco-friendly DIY Diya Ideas Clay Diya It is so easy to make your  Diyas at home with clay. You can use the same process and make diyas with play-doh or even the regular chapati dough.  Coconut Shell Diyas These…

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DIY: Learn to Make Floating Diyas with Kundans

DIY: Learn to Make Floating Diyas with Kundans

A Diya (divaa, deepa, deepam, or deepak) is an oil lamp usually made from clay, with a cotton wick dipped in ghee or vegetable oils. Clay diyas are often used temporarily as lighting for special occasions. But this Diwali we will make Floating Diyas. These kundan diyas are perfect to lighten up the festive season but can be used all year around too!

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Make your own Diya Stand with the waste lying at home!

Make your own Diya Stand with the waste lying at home!

Diwali is a joyful celebration and many of its symbols – candles and lights, rangoli and flowers – make ideal subjects for working together with your children through crafts such as this one. Diwali is all about decoration then let’s decorate this Diya stand using the old Cds lying at home and make the “best out of waste”.

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11 Handmade Gift Ideas for the Festive season

11 Handmade Gift Ideas for the Festive season

Diwali photo created by freepik Diwali is the festival of lights, colors, sweets, new clothes and of course, gifts! Everyone is excited to get gifts, but they also feel confused when it comes to giving them! Also, talk about the waste when you get similar or the same gifts! Buying gifts for everyone can be a stress on the pocket and it can also be mundane, especially when many different people are going to be all gifting the…

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Cosplay – 5 Popular Characters Your Kids Must Try this Halloween

Cosplay – 5 Popular Characters Your Kids Must Try this Halloween

It’s Halloween! If you have real mischief minds at home, choosing a character that best suits your child can be a task. We list down the most popular devilish characters the industry has given us in recent years. Make a pick and let them haunt your neighbour’s Halloween party.

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Durga Puja – Books and Activities for children

Durga Puja – Books and Activities for children

Photo by Sonika Agarwal on Unsplash Durga Puja is almost here! Durga Puja is a celebration of the Mother Goddess and the victory of the warrior Goddess Durga over Mahishasura. The festival honors the powerful female force or Shakthi in the Universe. Durga Puja is celebrated like the Ganesha Chaturthi festival. Huge, elaborately crafted statues of Goddess Durga are installed in homes and beautifully decorated podiums all over the city. At the end of the festival, the…

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Win over the holiday – 14 ways to make Dussehra engaging for children

Win over the holiday – 14 ways to make Dussehra engaging for children

Amidst nine days of Durga pooja, fasting and harvest, Dandiya and Garba brings joy and gaiety to all .Especially, kids love the idea of vacation from school, dressing up in their traditional best, relishing their favourite sweets, taking pride in showing off the décor to the guests, and above all dancing to the tunes of Dandiya and Garba with family and friends. Believe me, Dusshera vacation is the best time to not go on short trip but to be in town to enjoy the festivities with family and friends.

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5 Festive Tummy Delights Your Kids Shouldn’t Miss

5 Festive Tummy Delights Your Kids Shouldn’t Miss

Do you remember the smell of smouldering dhuna and camphor mingled with the sweet fragrance of incense and flowers? Do you remember the crispiness of vibrant ghagras and the joy of waking up to thumping music and clinking dandiya sticks? Can you ever forget the aroma of sugar and bay leaves melting into boiling milk? It’s that time of the year again! This Navaratri ditch the grains and spices but not your kid’s foodgasm. Try these lip-smacking delicacies to keep their festive spirits high.

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