We are the Khalsa

We are the Khalsa

The original composition source is unknown, sound recording and music by Pritpal S Soor. Narration by Bibi Sukhmani Kaur (@Mighty Khalsa, @Kiddie Sangat), filming by Raj Hundal. Many thanks to the children and staff of the Guru Nanak Sikh Academy, primary phase for...
Kanga

Kanga

So we’ve made a kirpan craft already and here’s a kanga craft. Perfect to make for Vaisakhi or any topic about the 5 K’s, Sikh identity and Khalsa. To do this Kanga craft you will need: craft sticks or lolly sticks craft matchsticks or wooden...
Amrit Bata

Amrit Bata

What are the ingredients that make Amrit? Do our kids know what bata or patase are? This craft will answer the question “How Amrit is made?” and “What is Amrit Bata?” It is always a good idea to have real objects with you. Bring a small bata...
Khanda Chakkr

Khanda Chakkr

This Khanda Chakkr paper plate Sikhi craft is, of course, inspired by Easter bunny ears hats, but our little Bhujangis aren’t just cute and helpless fluffy bunnies – they are the lion cubs! So this craft is most appropriate for the season! They can make...
Mop Horse

Mop Horse

This mop horse is more of a playtime idea rather than a craft, but it is so fun to make and play with! We have made ours last year for the celebration of Hola Mohalla and her name is Basanti. She visited Kiddie Sangat playgroup and told children all about the Hola...
Kirpan on a Gatra

Kirpan on a Gatra

This Kirpan craft is a perfect activity for Vaisakhi or any topic on Khalsa or 5 K’s. It gives you a chance to introduce the concept of a Kirpan to a child from any cultural background. The kirpan (/kɪərˈpɑːn/; Punjabi: ਕਿਰਪਾਨ kirpān) is a small sword.  It is...
Khanda mosaic

Khanda mosaic

This craft idea is a good fun and could be used with various topics. To make this Khanda Mosaic you will need: Khanda Mosaic PDF print outs colours glue colour card (optional) mosaic squares – we have used Glitter Foam Self-Adhesive Mosaic Squares from...
Punj Piare posters

Punj Piare posters

These Punj Piare posters are free to download and use for non-commercial purposes only. I’ve created them using the original artwork is from the Sikh Stories book – see more information on our links and recommendations page, books section. Each of the Punj...
5 K’s little book

5 K’s little book

This 5 K’s little book activity is brilliant to engage children of various ages and also teach them meaning and the significance of the Kakkars (Sikh symbols of faith and the attributes of the baptised Sikhs – Khalsa). We have two levels available: for...
Sikh lollipop puppets 1

Sikh lollipop puppets 1

These Sikh lollipop puppets are a super fun activity, really easy to make for the children, but might require a bit of preparation time for adult. Depending on your group and ages of children and also availability of helpers and/or adults during your sessions you...
Vaisakhi card – Amrit Bata

Vaisakhi card – Amrit Bata

This activity is perfect for around Vaisakhi time. It’s a great way to get the children to understand how Amrit is made. You can tell the Vaisakhi story; have Vaisakhi puppet show or role play. Once your story reaches the point where Guru Ji makes Amrit you...