Kindergarten Activities


The Academic year 2018-19 started with the auspicious samskara which is the introduction of alphabets (Akshara) to the child. After worshiping Lord Ganesha, Guru, Saraswathi and family deity, the children were introduced to alphabet. The Guru sat facing the east and the child sat facing the west.

Shree Krishna Janmashtami Celebration

Krishna Janmashtami is a Hindu festival, commemorating the birth of Lord Krishna. This day is not just about offering prayers and fasting; it has some special activities associated with the celebrations.

Community Helper’s Day

“Community Helpers Day” is a wonderful way to broaden the child’s horizon and help them learn about the world beyond home their community. It is easy to find books for this concept, and there are a number of creative activities to go with it—everything from dramatic play to field trip. ’Community Helper Day’ was organized in the school for Nursery students. They were dressed up as nurse, sweeper, policeman, doctor, soldier, vegetable vendor, farmer and teacher. They presented their views happily and told that they were proud to be dressed as community helpers and loved their job.

Colours Day Celebration

Children usually learn about colors during their preschool years. The ability to identify colors is considered a marker and milestone in a child’s cognitive process and is often part of early screening for development and educational admittance. Recognizing the colors and identifying the color names is an important part of a child’s development. Early identification of colors helps to create the cognitive link between visual clues and words.

Pogo Adventures

This activity allowed students to stretch their limits to meet the challenges, mentally as well as physically. As mental barriers dissolve, participants became more open to new ideas and enjoyed using their learning in hands-on activities. Unforgettable success experiences made the learning more immediate and practical for students and teachers alike.

Rakshabhandhan Celebration

Rakhi, is a popular, traditional festival. On this day, sisters of all ages tie Rakhi around the wrists of their brothers, symbolically protecting them, receiving a gift in return.