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Diwali poems – FREE Primary KS1 teaching resource - Scholastic

You will need: Skin colour paper or card Brown coloured pen Instructions: Draw around your hand on the paper. Decorate the hand shape with the pen - you can do a Google image search to get some inspiration! Older kids can really go to town with their designs, but younger children can produce a very effective hand too. Cut out the hand, date and mount.


Henna Hand Print

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