Persian Nowruz Kids Activities
Nowrūz means a "New-Day" in Persian and is a new year holiday that begins at the moment of Vernal Equinox (Spring or March Equinox). Nowrūz has been celebrated…
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In this pioneering, semi-autobiographical picture book, the critically-acclaimed Iranian-born children's author and academic Golbarg Bashi shares one of her own many childhood adventures as an avid albeit mischievous cyclist on Pine Street in southern Iran-set during "Nowruz," an ancient Spring New Year Festival. Bashi's suspenseful, humorous bilingual story, does a stellar job in introducing young readers and their families around the world to a New Year Holiday that "promotes values of peace.
Haft Sīn Coloring Page! Haft Sīn is like the Christmas Tree for Nowruz. The Haft Sīn spread consists of 7 edible, vegetal, or symbolic items that start with the letter "S" (sīn) in Persian and we decorate it with painted eggs, candles, mirror, a holy book or book of poetry! The 7 staples of Haft Sīn symbolize re-birth, good health, and Spring! Nowruz is the New Year Festival that begins at the moment of the Vernal Equinox around 20-21st of March every year in Northern Hemisphere!
Our Haft Sīn Coloring Page is finally here! The Dr. Bashi Haft Sīn Coloring Pages can be downloaded for free from our Flickr page: https://www.flickr.com/photos/112285162@N02/25319770093/sizes/o/ Download/Print the PDF file for your little ones to color! The 7 staples of Haft Sīn symbolize re-birth & spring! #HaftSeen #HaftSin #7Seen #7Sin #Nowruz #ColoringPage #Free #Color_in #Colouring
شکوفه - Make paper blossoms by JL Dubien: "Brown or black paint – watered down with equal parts paint to water straw paper or canvas pink tissue paper glue Mix your paint with equal parts water. Put a glob on one side of your canvas. Using the straw, blow the paint/water mixture so it starts branching out...Allow paint to dry. Cut your pink tissue paper into small squares. Crumple up the small squares (this was Kirsten’s favourite part) and glue onto branches. Done!"