Celebrating Hinamatsuri With Fan Crafts

Celebrating Hinamatsuri With Fan Crafts

Celebrating Hinamatsuri With Fan Crafts

At Makikio's Daycare Center in Riverton, they learned about Hinamatsuri. Hinamatsuri is known as, "Doll's Day," or, "Girls' Day," in Japan. It is celebrated every March 3rd as platforms covered with a red carpet-material are used to display a set of ornamental dolls representing the Emperor, Empress, attendants, and musicians in traditional court dress of the Heian period. In honor of Hinamatsuri the children made their own fan crafts!

Fun and cool fans

The kids used paper plates that they decorated with all kinds of beautiful imagery. They created images of dolls and used crepe paper along with feathers and other items to make some gorgeous fan crafts! It was an educational and fun time!

Source for photos: Makikio's Daycare Center in Riverton

Related Posts:

X-Ray Crafts for PreschoolersX-Ray Crafts for Preschoolers This is a fun x-ray craft we did for our preschool co-op.The kids loved it – especially since it involved a little bit of mess! Rita...

E is for Patchwork Elephant CraftsE is for Patchwork Elephant Crafts The letter E is at the start of many words, including how E is at the beginning of, "Elephant!" With this in mind The King’s Garden...

Creative Mom & Dad Crafts Handmade gift ideas for mom and dad. Materials to prepare include: - Watercolor palette - Paper plate - Buttons -...

Celebrating the Start of In-Person LearningCelebrating the Start of In-Person Learning At Once Upon a Preschool, they were excited to welcome the children back for in-person learning! Many schools started the year remotely...

Celebrating Hinamatsuri With Fan Crafts
March 12, 2021
0Vote! Vote!
Comments: 0.
Register to view comments