Holi is a spring festival also known as the festival of colours or the festival of love.

It is an ancient Hindu religious festival. Holi celebrations begin the evening before Holi with a bonfire and people gather to sing and dance. The next morning participants play, chase and colour each other with dry powder or coloured water.

I dyed sand into various colours for the mini-explorers so they could make a Rangoli together… and then mush it up!!




The mini explorer use dish brushes to make colourful pictures πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚




Using watercolours to reveal secret words on the paper…


We used the colourful of techniques of food colouring and shaving foam to create marbled paper, see Crafty Morning for how to do this.


Holi is the Hindu festival, celebrated around the world!

Holi 2017 begins on the 12th March and ends on the evening of the 13th March. The night before Holi is celebrated with fireworks and bonfires.

We made firework sticks πŸ™‚



Thanks for reading

Donna πŸ™‚



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