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25Jan

Republic day celebration activity

Republic day

Although India obtained it's independence on August 15,1947, the Constitution of India came into effect only on January 26, 1950 and India declared itself as a Sovereign Democratic Republic on this day.

 

The Constitution Assembly with Dr. B.R Ambedkar as its chairperson, drafted the Constitution. He is also known as the father of the Indian Constitution which is the longest Constitution of any Sovereign nation in the world. It provides for a single citizenship for the whole of  India. Every citizen is entitled to the rights and privileges enshrined in the Constitution. However, rights and duties must go hand in hand and these are also laid down in our Constitution.

 

Wishing everyone a Happy Republic Day.

    • Republic day celebration activity
    • Republic day celebration activity
    • Republic day celebration activity

    15Jan

    Army Day Celebration
    Army Day Celebration
    Army Day Celebration
    Army Day Celebration
    Army Day Celebration
    Army Day Celebration
    Army Day Celebration
    Army Day Celebration
    Army Day Celebration

    Salute to the real heroes who lead by Example, live by Chance,  love by Choice and kill by Profession. '                  

      Indian Army Day is celebrated every year on January 15 in recognition of Field Marshall K M Cariappa as the first commander in chief of the Indian Army.                            

        To honour the self less fighters of the country who have set the biggest examples by risking their lives for the motherland, we at The Shikshiyan organised various activities for students of grades 1 to 8.Activities included Thank you card making, designing of new army uniform, speech on life of a soldier and speech on collection and importance of various badges of Indian Army. Students participated with full fervour and enthusiasm to salute the brave hearts.

      14Jan

      Spelling Check Activity

      Spelling Helps Reading. Learning to spell helps to cement the connection between the letters and their sounds, and learning high-frequency “sight words” to mastery level improves both reading and writing

      Spelling forces the brain to synthesize its knowledge of a word—to reconcile how the word sounds, how it looks, and how it employs the rules and idiosyncrasies of our language. In an endeavour to facilitate the interest of students in word formation ,The Shikshiyan School organised Chain Spelling Activity in which students showcased their creativity enthusiastically.

        • Spelling Check Activity
        • Spelling Check Activity
        • Spelling Check Activity

        13Jan

        LOHRI, Makkar Sakranti, Pongal celebration

        Lohri

         

        “Beautification of Indian culture is their festivals and their celebrations. It shows the diversified culture of India,”

        It is rightly said that, the greatness of a culture can be seen in its festival. Among a rainbow of festivals that Indians enjoy in their lives, Makar Sankranti is dedicated to the Sun god, Surya, with blessings for a promising six months ahead. It is also celebrated as Lohri by the Punjabis to mark the commencement of harvest season , Pongal by the Tamilians and Bihu by the Asamese. 

        To mark the auspicious day, we at The Shikshiyan celebrated various activities on 13th January for the students of Grades 1 to 5. Activities included Letter to God on Kite, Journey of a crop and grain collection, Types of crop and their importance, Matki decoration, Rangoli making and making chart on important 4 days of pongal celebration. 

        Students participated gleefully to enjoy the festivity of the day.

         

         

         
          • LOHRI, Makkar Sakranti, Pongal celebration
          • LOHRI, Makkar Sakranti, Pongal celebration
          • LOHRI, Makkar Sakranti, Pongal celebration

          11Jan

          Vocabulary Activity

          *Spelling Helps Reading. Learning to spell helps to cement the connection between the letters and their sounds, and learning high-frequency “sight words” to mastery level improves both reading and writing*

          Spelling forces the brain to synthesize its knowledge of a word—to reconcile how the word sounds, how it looks, and how it employs the rules and idiosyncrasies of our language.In an endeavour to facilitate the interest of students in word formation ,The Shikshiyan School organised Chain Spelling Activity in which students showcased their creativity enthusiastically.

            • Vocabulary Activity
            • Vocabulary Activity
            • Vocabulary Activity

            11Jan

            Sports Day celebration

            sports day

            “there maybe more people that have more talent than you, but there’s no excuse for anyone to work harder than you do.”
                                                           derek jeter
            age is no barrier and trophy carries dust. what matters most for a sportsman is never to give up. success knocks at the door and we cannot be cowards. to boost this zeal among all our students, we at the shikshiyan, organised virtual mini sports day on 3rd, 4th & 5th february for grades nursery to 5. students donned their sports uniform and geared themselves up for sports day activity at the comfort of their houses. the activities included balloon jump, crawling under the chair, ball transfer, squat and jump, paper cup stacking, mountain climbing, ball on pan balancing, sit and jump, balloon and paper cup games and knee push -ups. with lots of vigour and enthusiasm , students made their sports day joyful.
              • Sports Day celebration
              • Sports Day celebration
              • Sports Day celebration