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24Nov

Children's Day Celebrations
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CHIDLREN'S DAY 

A day marking childhood, Children's Day celebrations focus on children and their enjoyment, to commemorate the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, who was extremely fond of children. 
Candyyfloss celebrated children's day with great splendor & grandeur. Children attended school not to study, but to get involved in numerous activities organised by their teachers. The children were enthralled to see their teachers dressed up as different cartoon characters. To add on, the teachers were dressed up as children and presented dramas and dances for their beloved students. The students wore colorful dresses.
Excitement and enjoyment were at its peak for our little kids at school as they played adventure sports activities.

    ETTIQUETTES AND MANNERISM WEEK

    DAY 1: Role Play 
    In an endeavour to make our tiny tots learn the importance and usage of the golden words like please, sorry and thank you, the teachers presented an educational skit which was effectively correlated by the students. Also, a presentation on telephone etiquettes was given through which the students learnt how to greet someone over phone .

     

    Day 2: Class Activity on Table Manners
    Table Manners are the rules of etiquette used while eating which should be imbibed in children as early as possible so as to lead a healthy & disciplined life. Though the class teachers have always been explaining the basic table manners on regular basis yet to teach them about the use of serviette & utensils on the dining table, scrap file activity was done in which the children pasted the pictorial cut-outs of plate, fork, knife and spoon as per the basic table setting rules 

     

    Day 3: Serviette Making Activity 
    Serviette is a small square of cloth or paper used while eating to protect the clothes, wipe the mouth and hands, etc. Using serviette properly while eating is an important aspect of Table etiquettes. Therefore , today's session was emphasised on introducing 'serviette' to our little kids. Children were explained about the use of serviette and the activity of the day was 'printing on the serviette' which was done by the children

     

    Day 4: Road Etiquettes - Tips to keep you safe & courteous 
    Keeping kids safe at all times can be tricky when you cannot be with them always. Parents ensure the safety of their child at home, and teachers or caretakers are responsible for the kid’s safety at school. But who keeps them safe on the road? Whether your children walk to school or take the bus, they should be taught about the rules to stay safe on roads. So, today Candyyfloss teachers presented a road scene for the children in order to make them understand the importance of road etiquettes by following certain rules like crossing road on zebra crossing, not to litter the road, not honking near schools, hospitals etc. Indeed, it was a great learning session by our tiny tots.

     

      LITTLE ARTISTS COLOURING COMPETITION
      On this festive season ITL Public School in collaboration with 'The Hindustan Times in Education' took the initiative to celebrate the Colour Fest 2016 ( Colouring Competition) with splashes of imagination, vibrant hues & creativity, for the students of class Pre School -XII. It was a fun filled experience by all the children in which they were set free to put bright and beautiful colours in the drawings given to them. Above all, this activity arose the spirit of celebrating Green Diwali in our tiny tots by lightening Diyas, earthen lamps and avoiding fireworks and crackers.

        02Nov

        DIWALI CELEBRATIONS
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        The festival of Diwali was celebrated by the students of Candyyfloss with great zeal and enthusiasm. The teachers organized 'Diwali Mela' for the students, in which fun filled games like Treasure Hunt, Feed The Clown, Passing The Parcel, Blow The Glass, Hit The Glass & Musical Chair were played by them and the other day, children came to school in party attires for a class party sharing snacks with each other, dancing and partying, adding their glow to Diwali's glory. 
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