Holy Holi Colours

Highlight the significance of primary colours of holi; RED reflects love and prosperity, BLUE is the colour of Krishna, YELLOW is the colour of turmeric which signifies auspiciousness, GREEN symbolises spring and new beginnings.

Values Inculcated:
  • To appreciate the Holi colours.
  • To understand the significance of primary colours of Holi RED reflects love and prosperity. BLUE is the colour of Krishna. YELLOW is the colour of turmeric which signifies auspiciousness. GREEN symbolises spring and new beginnings.
Materials Required:
  • Coloured thermocol balls/beads of different colours.
  • Primary colours balls/ beads mandatory (red, blue, yellow & green).
  • Many cards (depending on number of children), numbered from 1 to 10.
  • Basket/bowl
Preparatory Effort:
  • bonus points for collecting Primary Holi colours.
Game:
  • Shuffle the cards and ask the children to pick up as many cards within the given time. (e.g. 3 min)
  • Start the timer.
  • Child/ children should pick up a card.
  • Child/ children should collect as many balls/ beads according to the number on the card.
  • ONCE DONE child/ children pick up the next card & start collecting balls/beads, TILL THE TIMER GOES OFF.
  • Check for NO. OF BALLS/BEADS COLLECTED.
  • Primary Holi colours balls/ beads get Bonus point.
  • Child/ Children with most points win the game.
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