New Delhi, Aug 26, 2020: To celebrate the power that India showcases in each stream is impeccable, thereby, to showcase that knowledge is power, our first graders made astounding bookmarks using our national animal Tiger which symbolises power - taking their vivid rainbow of imagination towards new learning.

The little Apeejayites of Kindergarten reverberated the enthusiasm of Independence Day by participating in the Role Play activity. The children portrayed the role of freedom fighters and made the students aware about their contribution in the history of Independence. The little ones paid a rich tribute to the martyrs by representing their zeal and patriotism.

They were dressed up as Mahatma Gandhi, Rani Laxmi Bai, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and Jawahar Lal Nehru. They were waiting eagerly for their turn to speak their slogans. It was worth listening to them speak so confidently.

A special assembly was planned at the Kindergarten level. The School Principal hoisted the flag in the School and the same was shown to the students during the online session. Students put up special performances like dance, role play, and singing. During the session, a T-shirt painting activity was also conducted in which the students painted national symbols on their T shirts.

The little ones really enjoyed the celebration and spread the colour of Independence and patriotism.

An activity was conducted wherein children chose the states in which amazing monuments are situated and pasted it on to them making them aware of the Indian map and location of the states.

New Delhi, Aug 9, 2020: Learning with the help of visual tools helps the students to understand and memorize different topics with great ease. Keeping this in mind, a ‘Show and Tell’ activity was organised for the kindergarteners on the theme ‘Animals’. They researched their favourite animal and presented it through creative props. It was amazing to see their choice of animals. Learners of kindergarteners carried out this activity very well.

'Raksha Bandhan' is a special occasion to celebrate the virtuous bond of love between a brother and a sister. To commemorate this festival, a 'Rakhi Making Activity' was organised for the students of Kindergarten.The little ones made beautiful Rakhis using different articles like silken thread, ribbon, etc. Their artisanship was quite fascinating and children thoroughly enjoyed this activity that tickled their creative side.

New Delhi, July 29, 2020: The theme of ‘Health and Hygiene’ was collaborated with prepositions, making the Kitchenette Activity a learning experience for children wherein they formed various sentences using prepositions to utilize the theme of the month and concept of prepositions in an effective way to learn & understand thematically.