Holi is an exciting event for people of all ages. But you have to make Holi more fun for your babies in the early years, toddlers, and kids, and for that, you will surely look for some exciting ideas. Don’t think too long. Just read this article, and you will have much more to experience on Holi 2020.
Holi Ideas for Kids 2020:
Kids don’t like the festival of colors much when they are in their early years, so you need to make it exciting by exploring some fantastic ideas to make it fun for toddlers and babies. So let’s start the exploration.
Introduce your kids and toddlers to toothbrush painting. It will just need paint, a canvas, and a toothbrush. Then ask them to paint it freely. They will create a masterpiece. Hang them on to the wall so that they can remember this experience of their early years.
Paint a T-shirt:
Get a white t-shirt of their size and ask them to paint it in the colors of their choice. It will be their outfit for the Holi festival. And the kids will surely be a proud creation for the babies.
Make Organic Colors:
Throw a Party:
Organize a party at your home where your kids can enjoy Holi with their friends. Let them have fun and mingle with the kids of their age.
Involve your kids in making some easy dishes. Make Gujiya and let them roll the dough. But make sure they don’t create much mess.
Gather your whole family and decorate your home for Holi. Ask your little babies to blow the balloons or put flowers onto the entrance door.
Read a Book:
Tell them the background of Holi by reading a story to them. Choose a book from our collection, and your babies will surely enjoy it. Make the reading interesting by reading to kids a Holi festival poem in Hindi.
Holi Kids Diary:
Ask your kids who are learning to write to write in their diary about Holi. It will be a fun activity and a great idea to consume time.
Ask your kids to write a letter to their friends for wishing Happy Holi. It will be fun when they will decorate it with color pencils and the other available stuff.
So are you up to experience the ideas above with your early years’ babies, toddlers, and kids on Holi 2020? Don’t forget to write back to us about your experience.