Children dressed in traditional wear 7th October, to celebrate `Bhondla/Dassera; and `Saraswati Poojan respectively. On the same day teachers served children customary Prasad of ‘khirapat; which is mixture of nutritious snacks brought by the kids. The value of sharing and giving was highlighted through this activity.
On 29th August, Ganpati Chaturthi was celebrated. Children welcomed “Lord Ganesha” to our school premises. Pooja was done and sweets were distributed. Children came in colour dress and enjoyed the celebrations.
To commemorate the birth of Lord Krishna, celebrated as Janmashtami, Children were asked to come in Radha and Krishna attire. To inculcate the value of unity Dahi handi was celebrated. Children danced and enjoyed the festival.
To make the children aware of our tradition, we celebrated Mangala Gauri. To inculcate the tradition, we asked our children to wear nauvari saree and mangala gauri games were organised.
We celebrated Independence Day and Rakshabandhan on 14th August 2019. The importances of these days were explained through the displayed projects. To make the children understand the importance of Rakshabandhan, Children were showed and explained how to celebrate the festival. Special activities were done by Children - National Flag and Rakhi picture colouring.
With dark clouds roaring up in the sky, we know it’s time to welcome the monsoon season! After months of oppressive heat and irritable conditions, monsoon comes as a big boon in our lives. And as a much awaited hush falls, our heart dances to the rhythm of the downpour. So to welcome monsoon we celebrated monsoon dhamaka week in our KG from 22nd to 27th July.
Guru Purnima (Poornima) is a spiritual tradition in Hindu culture dedicated to spiritual and academic teachers, who are evolved or enlightened humans, ready to share their wisdom. Project of Gurupurnima was displayed and importance of the same was explained to our children.
Ashadhi Ekadashi also known in various names like Maha-Ekadashi, Padma Ekadashi and Devpodhi Ekadashi is the 11th lunar day of the Hindu month of Ashada. Images of Vishnu and Lakshmi are worshipped on this day followed by an entire night of offering prayers in the form of songs. This is a religious procession where people sing and dance in groups praising Vishnu which is called as Dindis. On 11th July,2019 our KG children also had a dindi procession in our premises.
The key to helping your child reach his potential -- without the added anxiety -- is to find the right balance between study and play. So we arranged for movie day for our kids on 10th July,2019. And all the children were so excited abut the day.
On 21st June 2019, We celebrated International Yoga Day. The benefits of yoga are as follows:
1) Develop body Awareness.
2) Learn how to use their bodies in a healthy way.
3) Manage stress though breathing, awareness, meditation and healthy movement.
Aasnaas like Suryanamaskar, Vrukshaasan, Parvatasan, Padmasan were demonstrated to all the children. It was a sheer joy to see all our KG children do the aasnas.
On 17th June,2019, a new academic year (2019-2020) started for IES KG BHANDUP. All the KG staff prepared and set everything for the children. Corridor and classes were decorated with colourful pictures. We welcomed children with aarti and diya. We put tilak for all children and happily welcomed them. And children were treated with gud and peanut chikki along with welcome puppet.
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