A clear and simple PowerPoint with lots of clear images.

Divali - rangoli patterns: a clear and simple PowerPoint with lots of images.

Read and re-write the story of Rama and Sita.    Pupils can use this activity in two modes:  - read/listen to the story  - re-write the story, typing in their own words underneath, scene by scene.

Read and re-write the story of Rama and Sita. Pupils can use this activity in two modes: - read/listen to the story - re-write the story, typing in their own words underneath, scene by scene.

Themed, decorated paper that can be used as part of Diwali themed activities within the classroom. Lined and unlined versions included with two designs available. Portrait orientation

Themed, decorated paper that can be used as part of Diwali themed activities within the classroom. Lined and unlined versions included with two designs available.

Dhruvi describes her experiences of Divali. Includes an interview with Gujarati, pictures, and audio clips to help with pronunciation of key words.

Diwali lamps for sale in the market. Diwali is celebrated by Hindus in India and all around the world in October or November. It is the Hindu New Year and is either a or holiday depending on where you come from.

Storyboard scenes from the story of Rama and Sita. Hindus in many parts of the world celebrate the return from exile of Rama, during Diwali. First choose a backdrop by clicking on the 'clapperboard' on the left. Next, add objects to the scene from the box. The eye button makes objects disappear. Set the mood of the scene by changing the light and weather conditions.

Rama and Sita storyboard scenes for re-telling the story.

Simple visual activities based around a diva lamp theme. Count the lamps and write the number in the box. Covers numbers 1-6. Could be laminated and used with a dry wipe marker

Simple visual activities based around a diva lamp theme. Count the lamps and write the number in the box. Covers numbers Could be laminated and used with a dry wipe marker.

A very simple counting powerpoint linked to Diwali - children are asked to count the diva lamps which are alight.

A very simple counting powerpoint linked to diwali - children are asked to count the diva lamps which are alight.


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