14th November, the birth anniversary of first Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru is celebrated as Children's day in the schools and educational institutes nationwide. At MIS,' NO BOOKS DAY' was celebrated on account of Children’s Day with great zeal and enthusiasm. The teachers and children remembered Pandit Jawarharlal Nehru and celebrated the love that he had for all children with a host of fun-filled activities. Teachers of the school entertained the students by performing dance, conducting music concert, and fun filled sports matches. Learning was also made fun by means of Science experiments.
A special assembly was conducted which started with a beautiful story with a wonderful message narrated by the Principal herself. It was followed by a dance performance of Primary teachers where they enacted as young children. The students were stunned to see their teachers in humorous attire and adored their performance. Later they were completely absorbed when they watched the documentary on Pandit Jawarharlal Nehru and the significance of Children’s Day. Next students were involved in performing scientific experiments.
After the short break students were engrossed in the sports matches. They were cheering for their classmates wholeheartedly. Attractive art and craft session was conducted on this special occasion where students learnt thread painting. They were thrilled to get Chocolates on this special day for munch break.
An introductory Vedic Math session was conducted for Gr 3 to 8 whereas Grade 1 and 2 enjoyed watching ‘Lion King’ movie. Grade 3 to 8 watched a short film that told the poignant tale of two tiny creatures, an ant and a caterpillar.
Pre Primary students enjoyed the Puppet show put up by teachers which depicted a lovely story of family relationships. Later they were indulged in experiencing Science experiments. Sr. KG students were enthralled to learn Solar system with help of a 3D model.
At the end all primary students enjoyed the concert conducted by Music teacher with Karaoke. Students sang and danced on songs like ‘Etti si hansi’ and ‘Give me some sunshine’. Their eventful day ended with the show stopper dance performance by Pre Primary teachers on ‘Chota bacchha jan ke’.
There was excitement in the air and the young ones were full of stories about their special day at school. In all NO BOOKS DAY was a huge success.