1E Let’s Celebrate!

Hello 1E! We have got a very exciting week before we break up for half term. We are going to be doing lots of learning on the theme of ‘let’s celebrate’.

Before we come into school I would like you to think about the different celebrations you have been to or been a part of. What were you celebrating?

Have a look at the pictures. Do you recognise any of these celebrations that take place around the world? I’m looking forward to hearing your answers! :)

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5 thoughts on “1E Let’s Celebrate!

  1. I can see Chinese New Year, Christmas, mehdi patterns on their hand to celebrate wedding,Eid and Diwali.

    people dancing to celebrate weddings and I can see rangoli patterns on the floor they use this at the time of Diwali and Holi.

    candles and divas are lit to celebrate Diwali to welcome Ram and Sita.

    I can see bonfire and fireworks.In the last picture I can see Birthdays.

  2. I can see pictures of Diwali and I am going to celebrate Diwali also as it’s coming on 23october
    I can see pictures of Chinese happy new year,Eid,Christmas,dance party and birthday party.

    • Well done Arnav your comments always show your learning, you are such a superstar! I am very excited for us all to learn about Diwali and celebrate it together.

  3. Hi 1E! I can see some pictures of Diwali celebration where ladies and girls are having Mehdi/Henna patterns on their hands.

    In next picture I can see Rangoli patterns on the floor. During Diwali time, people who celebrate the festival will decorate the front of their house with a Rangoli pattern to welcome their guest.

    The picture with lots of Divas and Candles, these are lit in temples and around the streets of India at nigh time during the Diwali celebration. In 1S, we are going to make our own Divas to celebrate Diwali, which is known as the “The Festival of Light”

  4. Hello 1E! I can see Chinese new year, Christmas and a birthday celebration. I will leave the children tell us the others. I celebrate St David’s day, this is a Welsh celebration which takes place on March 1st each year, we wear a traditional Welsh costume or simply a daffodil or leek pinned to the top we wear. Saint David is the patron saint of Wales and he died in the year 589.

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