Here are the kolams and rangolis in this page:
  • Floor version with chalk.......
  • Children with baloons kolam
  • Toffee for children-Chocolate Kolam
  • A chart for Kg classroom
  • Romanesco
  • Ganesh (Kalash mein Ganesh)
  • Rangoli using a spoon as a tool
Rangoli: Floor version with chalk.......
Created by on 2016-07-07,

Rangoli Dotted Kolam (connected dots): Floor version with chalk....... by

Rangoli: Children with baloons kolam
Created by revathiilango on 2015-04-02,

I done this kolam for Christmas. Now give this for Good Friday.Rangoli 15 to 7 interlaced dots.: Children with baloons kolam. by revathiilango

Rangoli: Toffee for children-Chocolate Kolam
Created by revathiilango on 2015-03-31,

Rangoli 9 dots 9 lines.: Toffee for children. Chacolate Kolam. by revathiilango

Rangoli: A chart for Kg classroom
Created by sjnt on 2009-06-03,

We have to prepare a chart for each of the KG class. I combined my idea, Purni's classroom creation with waste paper and Judy's border design. Sorry and thanx at the same time Judy and Purni.

Rangoli: Romanesco
Created by Lata on 2009-02-12,

Hello little readers,
Have you ever eaten a Romanesco? Don't you think it looks interesting? A Romanesco is a vegetable, and is a cross between brocolli and cauliflower. Some people say that is tastes sweeter than a cauliflower. This vegetable is high in vitamin C, and can be cooked or steamed.

Rangoli: Ganesh (Kalash mein Ganesh)
Created by meena365 on 2009-01-21,

I wanted to share this piece of work done by my 10yr old son Shriram in his school competition.

Rangoli: Rangoli using a spoon as a tool
Created by swati wayse on 2008-09-10,

This method of creating rangoli could be used for teaching kids.

Rangoli using a spoon as a tool:

1. Spread powdered color with the help of a sieve on the floor in the shape of a circle - as seen in Figure 1. This makes a nice background for your flower rangoli which you would create on top of the circle.

2. Spoon in 1/4th of a spoon of any contrasting color of your choice on top of the circle, and press down gently with the back of a spoon, to make it look like a petal. You could add in more petals until you're done creating your flower - Figure 2, figure 3

You can also make rangolis of boats, trees, butterfly or a house on top of the background shown in Figure 1.