Celebrating Diwali with Kids

Celebrating Diwali with Kids

India is a land of festivals and people from different religions and regions celebrate festivals according to their culture and tradition. Diwali is the most celebrated festival throughout the length and breadth of this country. Diwali usually falls during the month of October or November. There are a lot of legends and stories associated with this festival however the most popular belief is that it is celebrated to commemorate the returning of Lord Rama to his home after 14 years of exile after defeating the demon king, Ravana. Mostly Indian festival signify the beginning of a new season or harvest. Diwali also marks the beginning of winter season and also indicates the starting of new annual account for the businessmen.


Diwali with kids is  even more  fun. Let’s make this Diwali more interesting for our kids. How can we involve kids as a part of preparation and celebrations? Every Indian festival is associated with cleaning activities at home. Get your children together and help them clean up their rooms. You need to make them understand it is that time of the year when they need to get rid of the things that they don’t need and welcome new ones. It’s the time to donate and gift.Looking to buy some great gifts for kids. Do check out Kids Kouch for some great gifting ideas. Kids furniture, Room Decor, Playmats, Books, Toys we have you covered!

Diwali with Kids

Diwali with Kids


Diwali is more fun when celebrated with many people. Usually friends and relatives visit each other during this time. It’s a good time to inculcate habits like sharing, loving and giving. It’s an opportunity for social development of kids. It is also important to explain why we celebrated these festivals and what they imply.

There are loads of activities that kids can enjoy during the festival season. Get your kids to participate in laddu making, cleaning up, putting a rangoli, pooja activities, decorating the house, lighting up diyas or hanging up the garlands etc. Here are 40+ activities that kids can enjoy in their Diwali break. Blasting fireworks is something some kids enjoy and others refrain from. Take enough precautions to prevent accidents while bursting crackers.

Diwali with kids

Happy Diwali from Team Kids Kouch

How can there be festivities with no sweets? During this time sweets are everywhere and kids with sweet tooth tend to gorge on the treats every now and then. Do keep a check on these little guys else you will end with hyper kids high on sugar.



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