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Children’s Day celebrations at Bhavans Kindergartens
November 21, 2017, 12:07 pm

Indians all across the globe celebrate children’s day on the occasion of the birthday of the first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, which falls on 14 November. It is an occasion to acknowledge their position as the future citizens of the nation. The celebrations should no longer be limited to organizing fun filled and cultural activities for children, but it should also serve as an inspiration for the young minds to grow up as responsible citizens.

It was not only Nehruji who loved children, but also the 11th president, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam equally loved them and he has left a legacy of great thoughts and books for children. He literally interacted with the children from time to time and delivered many motivational discourses on many important topics.

The Bhavans - IES and Jack and Jill celebrated Children’s day 2017, with great fervor. This is the only celebration where teachers perform and the children watch. The children were more than excited to come to school that day as they knew that there was something special awaiting them.

They came dressed in their favourite outfits. After a two-week long practice, the teachers were ready to perform with great anticipation that, whatever they do should ultimately enthrall their little audience. The bulletin board was adorned for the day and the stage was all set for the great show. At the beginning was the prayer song followed by the recitation of verses from the holy Quran.

The surprise quotient was the entry of their teacher dressed up as chachaji. She greeted and addressed them in the most informal and loving way as chachaji himself would have. The teachers put up a spectacular show of drama and dance portraying the favourite animal characters of their little ones. There was even a role play of their favourite story. A medley of children’s songs were also sung for them. The children later danced to the tunes of their favourite dance numbers.

Sweets were distributed among the children and enjoyed their favourite snacks which they brought from home. An activity pertaining to the day was done in class and photographs were clicked against the backdrop. It was a day filled with joy for children and a satisfaction for the teachers, that they could express their love and dedication towards the children. 


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