Pre - Primary Activities
- April To June
- July to September
- October to December
Mango Day celebration
To celebrate and relish the taste of the king of fruits - Mango, the Pre primary classes celebrated Mango Day on 8th July,2022.The teachers made the students aware of the benefits of eating fruits.The little ones also participated in various activities like recitation, coloring, earbud painting, ice cream stick pasting, etc.
Tiny tots also brought various mango delicacies.
Kids enjoyed the day.
Seed Germination Activity
A Germination activity was organised for the children of Pre primary classes.They were asked to bring seeds by their teacher who taught them the process of germination, leading to the holistic development of each child.The children gained knowledge in a fun and hands on way.
The festival of Teej celebrates the bounty of nature,arrival of rains and greenery surrounded by rituals and customs.
Tiny tots of Pre primary classes celebrated this festival with great joy.
Students came in green attire, relished ghewar, phirni and enjoyed the swings.
*Activities for August month
Independence Day in India is observed on 15th August every year. It is a national holiday that is celebrated with pride across the nation.
Therefore, to make the occasion memorable students performed various activities like Handpainting , Paper Tearing etc. Parents also became a part of the celebration by sending tri coloured delicacies.
It was a memorable experience for all.
JAI HIND JAI BHARAT
In Pre primary wing of Pratap public school celebrated Raksha Bandhan with full zeal and endeavour that one associate with this auspicious festival.
The main objectives behind celebrating "Raksha Bandhan" was making the children aware about the virtuous bond of love between brother and sister which is one of the deepest of all human emotions.
Tiny tots tied rakhi on the wrist of their brothers, Rakhi making and coloring activities were performed.
Krishna Janmashtami is one of the biggest Hindu festivals celebrated with great pomp and show in India.
Young Pratapians celebrated Krishna Janmashtami, an annual commemoration of the birth of Hindu deity Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu.
Our little blooming buds of Pratap Public School celebrated Janmashtami with great enthusiasm and zeal.The children were made aware about the customs and traditions followed in the Janmashtami celebration.The children also participated in various activities.
Happy Janmashtami !!
Activity for September month
Grandparents are the family's greatest treasure, the founders of a loving legacy, the greatest storytellers, and the keepers of tradition. Grandparents are the family's strong foundation. Through their special love and care, grandparents keep a family close at heart.
To honour their grandparents the students of Pre primary classes made cards and photo frames for them.