Indian Tricolour

Indian Tricolour | Kids DIY Craft Activities

As we celebrate our Independence day today, let’s try these simple art of our Indian Tricolour. While we do these activities, explain what each colour band stands for.

Top band is saffron colour that stands for our strength and courage, middle band is white colour that stands for peace and truth with white and blue dharma chakra and bottom band Is green colour that stands for fertility and auspiciousness of our land.

Celebrate Independence Day with your kids and inculcate patriotism at young age. JAI HIND!

Tri-colour craft 1

Supplies

  • Orange, white and green paper
  • Glue
  • Ice cream sticks
  • Scissors

How to make it

  • Cut three equal sizes of rectangles from orange, white and green paper.
  • Now fold each rectangles into pleats as shown to create a fan.
  • Fold each pleated paper into half.
  • Stick one edge of Orange and white pleated paper, other edge of white with green pleated paper.
  • Stick two Ice cream sticks at each edges of orange and green pleated paper.

Note – this activity can be done using only white paper. Cut into rectangles and let your child colour with orange and green crayons.

Tri colour craft 2

Supplies

  • Orange, white and green paper
  • Glue
  • Ice cream sticks
  • Scissors

How to make it

  • Cut three equal sizes of orange paper rectangles, three white rectangles an inch smaller than orange one and three green paper rectangles an inch smaller than white one.
  • Stick white rectangle in the centre of the orange rectangle paper and green in the centre of the white rectangle paper. You will get three sets of these.
  • Start pleating each set of rectangles.
  • Fold each one into half.
  • Now stick it to each one’s edges. Stick Ice cream sticks at last two edge to hold the fan. A unique Indian tricolour is ready.

Tri colour craft 3

Supplies

  • White chart paper
  • Orange, blue and green paints
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Earbud

How to make it

  • Cut white paper into a rectangle shape or a wavy edge rectangle shape to make a flag.
  • Make three equal sections using a pencil.
  • Let your child paint the respective section with orange and green paints using an Earbud or pointer finger.
  • Help your child to make blue Ashok chakra in the centre using blue paint.
  • Stick an ice cream stick at left edge of flag. There’s a cute Indian tricolour.

Tri colour craft 4

Supplies

  • A4 size white sheet
  • Orange, green and blue paints

How to make it

  • Mark three equal section with a pencil on A4 size white sheet.
  • Pour the paints into paper plates. Let your child dip his/her palm into orange paint and print it on top section of the sheet. Repeat same method with green paint bottom section of the sheet.
  • Paint Ashok chakra in the centre of the middle section using pointer finger or an ear bud or paint brush. Here’s your very own Indian tricolour creation.

Keta Jha

Keta Jha, the #DIYDame, is a young mother to a seven-year-old.

She has experience in early child education and an obvious passion for kids and their wholesome development.

Keta has been developing DIY art activities for kids for over 2 years now and loves to share her unique ideas with other enthusiastic moms!

 

 

 

 

 


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