Fun Learning For Kids - Festivals

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Teach children the various kinds of festivals celebrated around the world through these interactive images!

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1. Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com EOTO : Festivals Fun Learning for Kids Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com 2. Match the festival names to the items used in them! Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com 3. Childrens Day is celebrated across the world and is the most anticipated festival by kids everywhere. List the name by which Childrens Day is called in the following countries: a. Argentina b. Turkey c. Germany d. Poland Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com 4. With the help of the following hints, guess the names of these festivals! a. O _ _ N F _ S T _ VA_ : In Japan, families release floating lanterns into the water to represent their ancestors spirits being sent off. b. S _ I C _ M _ S C A _ N _ V _ L: An Independence Day celebration featuring Calypso music, a steel band competition, elaborate dresses and plenty of big events in Grenada. a. L _ S F _ L L _ S: A traditional celebration held in commemoration of Saint Joseph in the city of Valencia, Spain. Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com 5. Festive Creativity! If you had to create a national festival, what would you like to celebrate? Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com 6. Guess the festivals depicted in the images Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com 7. Pick the items that symbolise the Tet Trung Thu festival, which is a harvest festival in Vietnam centered on parents spending time with their children. Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com 8. Answers: 1:d, 2: c, 3: a, 4: b a: Dia del Nino, b: ocuk Bayrami, c: Kindertag, d: Dzien Dziecka a: Obon Festival, b: Spice Mas Carnival, c: Las Fallas 1: Magh Mela, 2: San Fermin, 3: Monkey Buffet Festival Lantern, Dragon costume, Mooncake Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com 9. Thank You! Connect with us @ slideshare.net/followrobinage facebook.com/followrobinage twitter.com/followrobinage Weekly Childrens Newspaper www.robinage.com Print this slideshow to teach kids offline!