Little Bhavanites Celebrate Merry Christmas Merrily

Sunday, December 31, 2017

When it comes to festivals and celebration, the first thing that comes to mind is the feeling of togetherness, the coming together of family and friends! Even though each festival has a history behind its celebration, it eventually provides a kind of rejuvenation to start everything afresh.

Celebration of festivals are special during childhood. It not only brings with it revelry and joy for the children, but also inculcates the feeling of oneness. It brings them closer to different cultures and traditions attached to it.

Celebrations are not only confined to homes, but schools too celebrate festivals by conducting assemblies. The celebrations in the Kindergarten level are more expressive, as children understand more visually.

Its great celebration time for the Kindergarteners of Bhavans IES and Jack and Jill, when it comes to Christmas and New Year! The entire wing of Kindergarten was decorated; Christmas trees were put up and embellished with stars and Christmas knick-knackery.

The Bulletin boards were also decorated. There was an air of festivity all around. A great show was put up by the tiny tots. A short skit about the story of Jesus Christ was enacted by the children followed by a dance.

One could just go on and on, watching the young ones dance with cheerful faces. Photographs were clicked. An activity pertaining to the had a great party time together.

The dress-colour-code for the day was red, white and black.

Celebrating festivals is an opportunity to share our values with our children, to teach them appreciation, to challenge them to observe nature, to be thoughtful, to be creative and to show initiative.

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