Norouz Activity Packet
Are you looking for fun and engaging material to teach your children and their friends about Norouz?
This packet introduces the children to different Norouz traditions and Sofreh Haft-Seen. It also includes five activities for children to enjoy while learning more about Norouz!
Designed by Tannaz Fassihi
Illustrations by Elaheh Taherian
The printable PDF file to download: PardisForChildren_NorouzPacket
Norouz (نوروز) Music Video
(from the Album 'Songs of Pardis')
Norouz Educational Videos
Pardis for Children has produced a series of videos for Asia Society‘s annual event, Family Day: Spring into Norouz. These video series are in English and are intended for non-Persian speaking children who would like to learn about Norouz and its traditions!
Pardis for Children has produced a series of videos in Persian for children to learn about Norouz and its traditions through music, cooking and arts and crafts.
SONGS OF NOROUZ Music Album
Songs of Norouz, a colorful collection of original songs, takes children on a delightful journey to discover Norouz, the Iranian New Year. This beloved holiday that originated in Persia over 3000 years ago marks the first day of spring and is known for its celebrations and new beginnings.
Composed by the talented musician, educator and vocalist Hani Niroo, Songs of Norouz is the second music album produced and published by Pardis for Children, Inc. Similar to Songs of Pardis, this album is a musical exploration of the Persian language and Iranian culture.
We hope that through music, children are inspired to embrace the beautiful culture and celebrations of Iran while discovering its joyous melodies, sounds, and rhythms!
Hani Niroo: Vocals
Sara Tavasoli: Clarinet
Andrea Marino: Trumpet
Ardalan Payvar: Accordion
Yasaman Mashhouri: Recorder Flute
Mahan Mirarab: Guitar, Oud
Yahya Alkhansa: Tonbak
Nastaran Kimiavi: Tar
Parisa Kashefi: Kamancheh
Mim Rasouli: Setar
Lyrics by Pooyan Moghaddassi, expect for Chaharshanbeh Soori (Hani Niroo) and Tagh-Tagh (Folk Song)
Composition and Arrangement by Hani Niroo
Recording, Mix and Mastering by Alireza Karimi, in Vienna, Austria
Executive Produced by Sanam Akhlagh
Published by Pardis for Children, Inc.
Illustration and Graphic Design by Elaheh Taherian