Ganesh Chaturthi Leaf Crafts (Grades 4 & 5)

Ganesh Chaturthi is a vibrant Hindu festival that celebrates the birth of Lord Ganesha, the elephant-headed deity who symbolizes wisdom, prosperity, and good fortune. The use of leaves in craft-making holds special significance during Ganesh Chaturthi. Leaves symbolize nature, growth, and abundance – values that are closely associated with Lord Ganesha. By utilizing leaves, children not only express their creativity but also pay homage to their environment. As part of the festivities, grade 4 and 5 children participated in a special activity where they created unique crafts using leaves. This report highlights the significance of Ganesh Chaturthi and explores the various leaf crafts created by the children.
Activity Details:
Leaf Ganesha: Using a large leaf as the base, children created intricate Ganesha designs by carefully arranging smaller leaves to form different parts of Lord Ganesha’s body, such as the head, ears, trunk, and arms. The children showcased their artistic skills by using various hues of green leaves to enhance the aesthetics of their creations.