Friday, October 28, 2011

Diwali - Crafts, Colourings & Fun!

The tiny tots of Oakridge came in colorful attire to school enthusiastically to celebrate Diwali - the festival of lights. Children made colorful decorations like torans and lanterns, crackers like sparkle sticks and jamin chackras. One of the parents, Mrs. Prathiba Raju interacted with the children and spoke about the importance of Diwali festival making use of a PowerPoint presentation, followed by a story narrated by Tanishka Boobna and song by Sravya Aravapalli of PP2, Dhrishit and Aditya of PP2. Ganesh Stotra presentation by Sahasra of PP1. To conclude the children greeted each other and distributed sweets.
Leeza Bhutta
Nursery Teacher

Diwali, the festival of lights and crackers was celebrated with great enthusiasm and happiness in the primary section from grade I to III, on 25-10-11. Students came in traditional attire which added color to the festive mood in the school. They decorated traditional mud diyas with paints and glitters and also made beautiful rangolis with flowers which enhanced their creativity. The students were then distributed sweets. The celebration was a change in the daily regular routine and the students had a blast.

Rashmi Banerjee

Grade I (Home Room Teacher)





2 Responses so far.

  1. Dev says:

    Its, always that Diwali is an auspicious eastern festival which is bright and vibrant. This invites the need of attractive attires to be donned on this event and look alluring. This time, i found Kids camp bangalore is good place for Childrens to make this festival more exciting.

  2. It's really nice to see those people preparing for this festive holiday diwali. That makes me feel so excited. Thanks for sharing these wonderful photos. Shubh deepavali!

    ~ Marilyn
    Diwali Decorations

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