Books have tremendous power to shape our lives. National Reading Day is celebrated to make our little ones realize the importance of reading. It is one of the good habits which makes our reading skills, creative skills, analytical skills, vocabulary and concentration power strong. Let’s begin our journey into the world of books with a commitment to being lifelong learners.
The early years form the foundation for later life; hence the values and etiquettes children learn now will stay with them forever. Etiquette week was planned to get our little ones acquainted with small, but significant values to hold and cherish. The children were taught the golden words through role play and the teachers demonstrated the correct way to set the table.
The students of the Pre-Primary Wing enthusiastically participated in various activities to commemorate our benevolent Mother Earth. On the occasion of “Earth Day”, an array of creative activities were organized with a view to sensitize the children about the conservation of natural resources and to motivate them to do their bit towards making their planet even more beautiful. The day rekindled emotive concerns and instigated the youngsters to save, love and respect Mother Nature.
Reading is the foundation of learning, which motivates students to read books independently, develops creativity, critical thinking, vocabulary and the ability to express both verbally and in writing. In order to inculcate lifelong reading habits amongst the children, it is important that we make reading enjoyable and interesting. Therefore, the activity-based approach is most effective in making the experience of reading exciting and joyful.
Our future generations need to be sensitized towards their role in taking care of Mother Earth. In order to make children aware of their responsibility, a show and tell activity on 'Best out of waste' was planned for our little ones. This activity was unique where children got the opportunity to showcase their creativity. The little ones created something innovative and attractive from the material we do not use anymore and spoke a few lines on their masterpiece.
Christmas brings cheer and love and we celebrated it with the same fervour, spreading the message of love and joy among our children.
The children indulged in various interesting online activities to celebrate this joyous time filled with happiness.
Science offers children an understanding of the world around them. It nurtures their curiosity and helps with the cognitive development of the children. In order to give the children the opportunity to learn and grow, various experiments were shared with them. They performed the experiments on their own with great zeal and zest.
India is a land of unity in diversity. It is diverse by religion, by language, by geographical features, by cuisines and by cultural practices and beliefs. Inspite of being related to different cultures, traditions, religions and languages, people respect each other and live together with lots of love and feeling of brotherhood. Our rich cultural heritage inspires us to live peacefully, rejoicing and celebrating all the festivals with equal enthusiasm, strengthening the bond of brotherhood with each passing day.
To instil the same in the children, an entire week was observed as NATIONAL INTEGRATION WEEK where kids performed various activities with great zeal.
'SUNO KAHANI' a story fest which brightened the day for the little ones. A day where expression and life was in abundance. Story telling is one of the most effective ways to communicate with students. A story stays with the children much longer than facts. It’s a never-ending journey of learning and understanding of the world around us.
To foster the skills of listening and reading, the teachers of the Pre Primary Wing created stories through an enactment and use of puppets. Children enjoyed the stories thoroughly and these sessions helped the young souls think creatively.
Yoga is an invaluable gift of India’s ancient tradition. It connects the mind, body and soul in pursuit of inner harmony. Teaching little ones the importance of yoga at an early age inculcates in them life long good habits and leads to building a healthy lifestyle.