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EASY CRAFTS TO GET CHILDREN INVOLVED IN CORONATION ACTIVTIES.

As the world prepares for the coronation of a new monarch, children can get in on the excitement by creating their own coronation crafts. These crafts can be fun and educational, helping children learn about the history and traditions of coronations. Here are some ideas for coronation crafts for children.


1. Crown Making



One of the most iconic symbols of a coronation is the crown. Children can make their own crowns using materials such as construction paper, cardboard, or foam sheets. They can decorate their crowns with glitter, sequins, and jewels and add a sceptre or wand for added flair.








2. Flag Making



Another important symbol of a coronation is the national flag. Children can make their own flags using construction paper or fabric and decorate them with markers, paint, or stickers. They can learn about the symbolism behind the colours and designs of the flag and what they represent.






3. Royal Robes



A coronation is a grand occasion, and the monarch and other royal family members wear ceremonial robes. Children can make their own robes using fabric or even old sheets. They can decorate their robes with drawings or appliques of royal symbols such as crowns, lions, and fleur-de-lis.








4. Royal Seal



A royal seal is an important symbol of the monarch's authority. Children can create their own royal seals using clay or playdough and stamp them with a design or symbol. They can also learn about the history of royal seals and how they were used.








5. Royal Banners



Banners were often used in coronation processions to announce the arrival of the monarch. Children can make their own banners using fabric or paper and decorate them with symbols and designs. They can also learn about the history of banners and how they were used in coronations.






These are just a few ideas for coronation crafts for children. They can be fun and educational, helping children learn about history and tradition while sparking their creativity and imagination. With these crafts, children can feel like they are a part of the coronation celebration.


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