Holi/Valentine’s Day, Pink and Blue Hearts,
Bulletin Board Letters, Spring Decor Printables
Has A to Z letters, a to z letters, 0 to 9 numbers,
several punctuation marks and symbols.
Each letter is on an a4 size sheet with a beautiful
To print 2 or more letters on one page, please choose
print multiple pages, option in your printer.
Great for a quick bulletin board, door display and
Ancient India Food trail, Word Search has 5 worksheets which are apt for Grade 4 and above. The words have been placed up to down, down to up, left to right and right to left. As children find the names, they wonder what the dishes taste and look like! It is an understanding of diverse cultures through local food. The food items in the wordsearch are from Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Bihar, Telangana and Seemandhra Pradesh in India.
Here is a world of delicious, healing, traditional plant based and dairy based foods waiting to be discovered. A glimpse of Ancient India for your classroom!
Ancient India civilization honored food as a form of the Divine. Farming, cooking, eating and serving food were sacred acts, and were given the highest respect.
Festivals included local harvest in celebration rituals. Recipes have been a part of heritage in the oral tradition and handed down in families.
In these worksheets we look at names of popular traditional food items from different parts of India.
Ayurveda, meaning ‘the science of life’ was the oldest medical system in India and it is still in use. The basic premise of Ayurveda being preventing and healing dis-ease. Food and daily rituals or ‘dincharya’ and ‘ritucharya’ or seasonal recommendations were vital in keeping wellness a way of life for Ancient Indians. Many of these recipes are part of prescribed diet plans prepared by mothers, fathers, grandparents, uncles and aunts, temple priests, vaidyas or Ayurvedic doctors. Some of these recipes are now made commercially too.
Children get fascinated by names of so many food items and like to do research, as they get a peek into Indian food beyond Paneer Tikka! Welcome to the food world of Ancient Indians.
Continued activities could include: Researching and cooking no-flame recipes from these word lists. For example: Jhalmuri, Tilor chutney, Sattu drink, etc.
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Pennant Letters and Art Display