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Thursday, September 22, 2016

P1a Rangoli Patterns

Primary 1a have been learning about Diwali (The Festival of Light) with Miss Lee. The children learned about the different ways that Hindus celebrate Diwali. One of the methods of celebration is making Rangoli patterns on the floor of the celebrants' house. We made our own Rangoli patterns in the playground using chalk. Here are some of the children hard at work!






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