Holi is around the corner. It's time to get splattered in a rainbow of colours and to be openly joyful with an infectious excitement that everyone can't help but join in! Your kids are surely looking forward to Holi after all of their exams and studying. Scooboo is here to help them create excitement with some fun Holi Crafts & Activities!

5 Holi Activities & Crafts for Kids

Painted Holi People

When you hear the word 'Holi,' the first image that springs to mind is of a person who has been covered with colour, rendering him unrecognizable! 

Scooboo has the perfect craft to reflect a 'Holi person,' where you spray a paper man with paint using various techniques!

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Toothbrush Painting

Toothbrush painting is possibly the most enjoyable of all preschool activities because it requires little expertise but still provides a creative expression. It will allow your children to have a good time, make a mess, and potentially create a masterpiece that you will love for years.

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DIY Holi T-shirts

There isn't much more fulfilling than exhibiting your work. Assist your children in designing their own DIY Holi T-shirts using their imagination, creativity, and love of colours. 

This exercise will allow your child to make something, ranging from simple designs that bring them to get their hands dirty to more complicated creative patterns. 

Scooboo is sure that this activity will pique their interest in the celebrations!

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Holi Splash Painting Activity with cotton balls

Holi is all about splashing water on each other and wearing bright colours. Check out this simple and enjoyable. Cotton ball splash colour painting game.

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To do this Holi colour splash painting activity, follow these steps:

  • Add extra water to the colour to make it more vibrant.
  • Place little cotton balls on the sketching paper after dipping them in colour.
  • Ask your child to use the ladle to hit the colour-dipped cotton balls.
  • Keep an eye on the colour splattering across the paper from the cotton balls.
  • Make your abstract art this Holi by repeating the method with different colours.


 Easy Hand printing Holi craft idea for preschoolers

Holi, the festival of colours, is here, and we are all looking forward to celebrating with our children. Holika Dahan is held a day before the Holi celebration. So here's a fun way for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners to learn about and participate in the event.


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About the festival Holi

Holi is one of India's most colourful holidays. This festival is known for its vibrant colours and joyous festivity. 

It is a holiday commemorating the triumph of good over evil. Holi also marks the beginning of the spring season after the long winters. It is a holiday dedicated to spreading joy, happiness, and gratitude for a good harvest.

Bring in all the kids now that you've prepared a lot of activities for all age groups. Gather your friends, spread some joy, and create some lovely, colourful memories!!

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