There is hardly anything more satisfying than displaying your own creation. Encourage your child to use their imagination, creativity, and love of color to create their own DIY Holi t-shirts. This activity will allow your child to really create something, from simple designs that allow them to get their hands dirty to more complex art patterns. You can be sure that this activity will spark their interest in festivals!
Since you can’t take the color out of the festival that honors them, why not find a fun medium? Organic colors are non-toxic and harmless to the environment, so you don’t have to worry about your child’s safety or the health of the planet. Instead of scouring the markets for organic color, make it an activity on its own. Organic coloring can be incorporated into the celebration because it is so much fun and a great bonding activity. Natural ingredients can be used to create safe and natural festival colors.
Painting with a toothbrush is probably the most fun activity for preschoolers as it requires a bit of skill while still allowing for creativity. It will allow your child to have fun, be disruptive, and possibly create a masterpiece that you will cherish for years to come.
Making Holi candy
Most of us have fond memories of our childhood, many of which revolve around the preparation of Holi sweets known as “Gujiyan”. Yes, children love sweets, but the activity makes them much more valuable as a family bonding activity. This is the process by which memories are formed. Take this Holi time to make sweets with your kids. Give them tasks that are simple and relevant to them. Allow them to assist with tasks like stirring and kneading dough. You can even experiment with chocolate versions of traditional sweets. Just keep in mind that the goal is to have fun as a family, not to make the best sweets possible.
Holi all about Pichkaris
Pichkaris is a never-ending craze, and it’s hard to imagine Holi without these fun toys. This is a novel way to enjoy the thrill of playing with them without feeling guilty about wasting water. Fill these toys with juice instead of water and allow your child to drink them. You can even arrange things by creating games where you have to squirt pichkari juice in each other’s mouths! This is undeniably a lot of fun and doesn’t waste any water.