India Crafts for Kids

Learning about the different countries of the world can be lots of fun! Use our country themed crafts and activities to enhance your geography unit studies on India. Children can make their own beautiful oil pastel creations, Indian textiles, Lotus flower sand paintings, Taj Mahal watercolor and more.  If you’re feeling adventurous you can round out your India unit with the art of henna, it lasts only a week or two but is fun for all ages.  If you want something easier, you could try the Henna tattoos (temporary) below:


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Taj Mahal Art Project

This Taj Mahal art project is so simple yet the results are beautiful! Children use bleeding tissue paper to create a vivid backdrop, and watercolor pencils to outline their shapes.

India Textile Painting

Using fabric scraps, school glue and some paint children can create beautiful representations of Indian textiles.

Draw Your Own Mandala

Paisleys, mandalas and other symmetrical designs can be found on walls, fabrics, and even displayed in the temporary staining of skin with henna. This project teaches children how to draw their own mandala using radial symmetry.

India Elephant Coloring Page

In India the elephant is a revered animal. They are often painted with bright colors and intricate designs for festivals and celebrations. Here is a coloring page you can give children to decorate their own elephant.

India Tiger Oil Pastel

The tiger is India's national animal. It's strikenly beautiful with the contrasting markings of black, white and orange. This oil pastel project is just right for your studies on India. Children will be amazed with the work they can do when given small amounts of instruction.

India Peacock Craft

The peacock is the National bird of India. It's certainly one of God's most beautiful creatures, and even young children can make these wonderful pictures. We provide you with step by step drawing tutorials, as well as instruction on using oil pastels to bring your peacock to color.

Paisley Coloring Pages

This is a small collection of beautiful paisley coloring pages for children to decorate. Use these coloring pages as decorative covers for your India notebook or as free time fillers for children who finish their work early.

India Design Transfer Craft

Textiles and art of India features some of the most beautiful and intricate designs. Use this simple method to transfer an Indian design to a handmade card or art project.

Temporary Henna Tatoo

I don't know about you buy my children LOVE to draw on themselves and learning about India is a great time to introduce children to Henna. This natural pigment temporarily stains the skin, leaving you with a lasting reminder of your studies of Indian culture. If you've never experimented with Henna before I recommend checking out this introductory book for step by step instructions:

Lotus Flower Sand Painting

Use our lotus flower template to guide children in the art of designing with sand. This is a simple introduction to sand painting great for beginners.

India Elephant Craft

This craft uses glue, sand and sequins to make a beautiful Indian elephant.

India Coloring Pages

Children can learn about India with these beautiful coloring pages. Add these to an India lapbook or notebooking journal, or simply color and hang on the wall.

Top Secret Travel Adventures

The bundle includes the following seven countries: India, Egypt, China, Greece, Italy, Japan, and Mexico. Each country kit includes: A puzzle book A colorful guidebook Six (6) silly villain cards A sturdy case file to keep everything organized and more!


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MissionIndiaAmy Carmichael: Rescuer of Precious Gems

Driven by love and compassion, and sustained by faith and determination, Amy Carmichael defied the cruel barriers of India’s caste system. The story of this young woman from Northern Ireland is a brilliant, sparkling example of God’s love generously poured out to “the least of these among us.”


 

 

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