There is some controversy about when Guru Nanak Dev Ji's Prakash Diwas actually is, April vs. November. Regardless of the timing, if you are searching for activities to help celebrate Guru Nanak Dev Ji's Gurpurab, we have put together a list of resources you can include in your celebrations!
Mool Mantar by Taran Kaur
Mool Mantar for Children by Khalsa Junior
Mul Mantar for kids by Dharam Seva Records
Mool Mantr by Mighty Khalsa
Learn Kirtan has an amazing library of Shabads for all to learn -- specifically check out their latest 3 posts that contain Shabads celebrating Guru Nanak Dev Ji
Guru Nanak the Magnificent : A wonderful, creative and eye-catching introduction to Guru Nanak's life.
The First Step: Amazing book capturing the meaning of Mul Mantar for the younger kids, with simple words and relatable illustrations
My Little Book of Mool Mantar: Another simple meaning of Mool Mantar for the younger kids.
Adventures with Dadaji - Naam Japna : A very creative story that illustrates the importance of Naam Japna in a fun way that kids relate to, and manages to include Gurbani introducing the young ones to various verses.
CuriousKhalsa, has created a set of activities available for free download that are fun and can be used by Sikhs of various ages.
Playingwithpainti has created an easily downloadable packet with several activities highlighting the 3 Golden Rules set forth by Guru Nanak Deve Ji.
LittleSikhs has a whole section of their website devoted to Guru Nanak Dev Ji
Sikh Colouring has an amazing coloring book and activity pack.
Khalsa Cubs has some coloring pages as well.
Check out these nursery rhymes for Mighty Khalsa
Twinkle Twinkle like a star, Guru Nanak travelled far
The Guru's Song by IM1313
We, at CuriousKhalsa, are in the process of developing a few rhymes, hoping to be available by next Gurpurab.