Littleport Students Get A Taste Of India

PUBLISHED: 09:39 26 March 2009 | UPDATED: 10:49 04 May 2010

Students practice thier best dance moves

Students practice thier best dance moves

LITTLEPORT primary had an Indian theme to their Art Day Dancer Darren Lee, demonstrated his talent by encouraging children from Foundation Stage to Year 4 to join in with a classic Indian dance routine. The children then had time to come up with their ow

LITTLEPORT primary had an Indian theme to their Art Day

Dancer Darren Lee, demonstrated his talent by encouraging children from Foundation Stage to Year 4 to join in with a classic Indian dance routine.

The children then had time to come up with their own routine using some of the movements used by Mr Lee.

Traditional Indian craft was also on the menu - children designed their own Mendhi patterns by drawing around their own hands and colouring Rangoli images. Each child also produced their own paisley pattern using a printing technique.


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