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Diwali Images / Puppets

Diwali images

About This Primary Resource

A Microsoft Word document featuring images of the main characters from one of the Diwali stories. These full body images can be cut out and used as visual aid stick puppets or can be used to create any number of Diwali themed resources, posters and displays. The document contains images of: Rama, Sita, Ravana, Hanuman, Lakshmana and the golden deer.

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  1. Jo Hazlehurst

    Thank you so much for this resource it is exactly what I was looking for when writing up my Diwali planning for Autumn.The children will love them !

  2. admin

    Hi Jo, Thanks for the positive feedback. They took absolutely ages to design so I’m glad you like them!

  3. Dawn

    Thank you so much for these resources. My class have just made a puppet theatre and are using it in the book corner very imaginatively so these lovely puppets will be great printed quite small and stuck on lolly sticks.

  4. admin

    Hi Dawn, That’s great to hear, I’m glad you like them…they took ages to design:)

  5. elaine atherton

    These are really great images to make into stick puppets! Thanks SO much , my Reception class will really love playing with them to retell the story 🙂

  6. Kate

    Great resources. Thank you so much- they are much appreciated.

  7. Liz

    Brilliant puppets! Thank you for sharing

  8. Shaz

    a big help in my teaching

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