“There is nothing higher than the Truth.”The Preschool children celebrated the birth anniversary of Gandhiji the Father of our Nation. Children were dressed up as little Gandhiji and freedom fighters. Through the various presentations, the teachers stressed the value of speaking no evil, hearing no evil, and seeing no evil. The bulletin boards were decorated with thought-provoking quotes by Gandhiji. Students were exposed to the life and struggle of Mahatma Gandhi through effective video clippings and slide shows.
Friendship Day celebration
“There is something about childhood friends that you just can’t replace!” First Impressions Preschool celebrated Friends and Friendship with varied Friendship Day activities. The learners had a blast putting on their dancing shoes and shaking a leg to the beats.
The preschool learners celebrated the day with their friends and teachers and exchanged friendship bands, chocolates and quite possibly made friends for life. Here’s to a lifetime of friendship!
Our special wish on friendship day is “Children naturally live in the moment and allow the moment to be what it is. At First Impressions Preschool we allow their childhood to blossom in a beautiful way. Happy Friendship Day from the Happiest children of First Impressions Preschool.”
The preschool children celebrated Diwali, Children came in traditional attire.
The children decorated diyas (Diwali lamps) by using colorful stickers. The children held their Diyas in their hands as a group while they sang songs about light. They also made Diwali greeting cards for their family. The things which are related to Diwali were put up on the Display Boards. Children had special festive treats and gifts on this occasion like Diyas, greeting cards to carry to their homes.
The concept of, “Say No to Crackers” was also explained with its disadvantages. Children may get hurt if they don’t burst crackers under elders’ supervision.
Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration
Celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi with Kids
August 21, 2020
Ganesh Chaturthi marks the beginning of ten-day celebrations across the country. Though the preparations for this festival begin a month prior to Ganesh Chaturthi, it is on this day that people welcome Ganesha into their homes. Not only does it enlighten children about their culture and traditions but also helps them build religious tolerance. Something that is the core of our wonderful country.
The legend of Lord Ganesha was narrated with animation, to the children as a classroom activity. They thoroughly enjoyed the story about how young Ganesha acquired his trunk! The Pre-Primary children also crafted images of Ganpati with shapes that were later displayed. They all performed aarti of Lord Ganesha. An eco-friendly Clay Ganesha was beautifully made by children with help of teachers for the occasion.
Children’s Day is possibly the most awaited day in a school year. The day children are celebrated and given an opportunity to feel happy and there is general merriment in the school. we celebrated Children’s Day by hosting fun games and events. Teachers made personalized cards for children. The students were overwhelmed and enjoyed the occasion.