Ludhiana: Tiny tots of Maple Bear Canadian Pre-School, Udham Singh Nagar, Ludhiana, celebrated Holi. Kids came in traditional attire to make most of the festival of colours. Little ones used organic colours and pichkaris to colour their counterparts.
Learning Station celebrated Holi, a festival of colours with gaiety. Kids had great fun playing Holi with organic colours. Tiny tots were also served sweets and chocolates. Sakshi Abbot, school co-ordinator, congratulated students and their parents on the occasion.
Students celebrated Holi with fun and frolic at Childhood Kindergarten, Punjab Mata Nagar, on Wednesday. Dressed in traditional attire little ones sent out messages to play Holi with organic colours, not to colour pets and play with flowers, among others. Students were also told about “Brij ki holi” in Mathura and about Prahlad who loved God and whose aunt was Holika. School director Ishneet Sharma encouraged kids to use natural products to celebrate holi, including beetroot, henna and turmeric, among others.
Cherubs the Pre-School
Tiny tots of Cherubs the Pre-School, Dugri, celebrated Holi with fervour. Kids hugged and sprinkled colours on ech other. Students enjoyed splashing eco-friendly colours on teachers as well. It was a great experience for everyone as Holi signifies coming together of different communities and celebration of universal brotherhood.
Tiny tots welcomed with chocolates
Tagore Public School celebrated the Chocolate Day to welcome tiny tots in the school. A chocolate was offered to every child by Principal as a form of assurance for the overall development of their personality. The kindergarten section brimmed with life as tiny tots stepped into the premises.
Orientation programme held
Police DAV Public School, Civil Lines, Ludhiana, organised an orientation programme for parents of nursery class students. The school believes that both teachers and parents play an important role in growth and the overall development of kids. It’s only through open communication, fruitful discussions and active participation that a strong foundation for children can be laid. Principal Dr Anu Verma welcomed the parents to Police DAV family. She shared her experience about latest teaching methodologies and parenting. Later, parents met teachers and discussed the curriculum. Parents were impressed to learn about the exclusive parenting tips. TNS