Independence Day Celebration with Kids: Fun DIY Tri-colour Badges

Independence Day Celebration takes place on 15th of August every year, full of pride and fervour. It is on this day that India got its impending freedom from British rule and went on to become an independent nation in the year 1947. 

The country observes a national holiday on the eve of Independence Day. Most Indians prefer to celebrate Independence day in the company of their friends and family members. As parents, it is important to spend time with children on Independence Day. It will help in teaching them the value of this freedom and at what cost it has been earned by our freedom fighters and ancestors.

DIY activities are one of the best ways to make learning fun for them on this Indian Independence Day.

Happy Independence Day

You can go for DIY badge activity where you can teach them to make tri-color badges and flaunt them as proud Indians after those are made. This activity will boost the enthusiasm of your little ones and will make it easier for you to share the ancient heritage and culture of our country along with the significance of the tri-color on the Indian flag.

DIY tri-color badge activity is quick and easy. To know more, read below:

Materials required:

  1. Glue
  2. Scissors
  3. Sketch pens in saffron, blue and dark green color
  4. Crayons in saffron and dark green color
  5. White chart paper
  6. Cardboard
  7. Double-sided tape
  8. Pencil
DIY Flag making for Independence Day


  1. Take a cardboard and draw a palm-sized circle on it using a pencil.
  2. Now use a scissor to cut the circle out of the cardboard.
  3. Take the circle cutout and place it on the white chart paper. Use a pencil to outline the circle on the white chart paper.
  4. Using a scissor, cut out the circle drawn on the chart paper.
  5. Place the white chart paper circle out on the cardboard circle cutout and glue them together.
  6. Once done, use a pencil to draw three parallel lines on the circle cutout. Make sure the lines are equidistant from one another.
  7. Outline the first line with a saffron color sketch pen and the last line with a dark green color sketch pen.
  8. Let your kids color both the first and last boxes using saffron and green color crayons respectively.
  9. Once they are done with coloring, draw an Ashoka Chakra using a blue color sketch pen at the center of the circle cutout.
  10. After it’s done, take a double-sided tape and paste it behind the tri-color cutout, and voila, your DIY tri-color badge is now ready.

We hope you enjoyed reading our DIY tri-color badge activity. Click on for reading more such DIY blogs and educational content. Happy Independence Day!

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