The KG Class Project ‘Rhapsody 2013’ was held on 6th September 2013 (Friday) between 9.00 a.m and 12.30 p.m at Pon Vidyashram, Valasaravakkam. The Pre KG Class Project titled “Paws and Claws” aptly displayed the shelters of animals and brought in a panoramic view of ‘Zoo’, ‘farm’, ‘desert’ and ‘aquatic life’. Children dressed up as animals tapped their feet to the rhythmic animal rhyme.
The LKG Project on ‘Fruits’ named as “Ornamental Orchard” created an awareness about healthy eating and also stressed upon Vegetarianism. Models of “Pon Pazha Mudir Nilayam” and classification of fruits according to the place of growth were displayed. There was an enticing exhibit of an array of uses of fruits grouped, as ‘food’, ’cosmetics’ and ‘personal hygiene’. Children dressed up as fruits were musically agile for Tamil rhymes.
The ‘tasseled threshold’ class project of UKG was rightly titled for, their authentic display of various types of houses was a feast for our eyes. Be it the ancient cave habituated by early men, the tree top house in the dense canopied jungle, the temporary tests for picnics, the palace adorned by the Maharajas or the villas of OMR were perfectly made ready for house warming. Children spoke about the materials used to construct the various types of houses.
The UKG Project stressed on ‘Eco friendly houses’ the need of the hour.
A gypsy dance and an English rhymet ‘sweet home’ conveyed the message that ‘East or West, Home is the Best’
The KG project was a successful learning process which kindled the young minds and was also highly informative.
Report on School Project – Virugambakkam
School project was held on 06.09.2013 between 9.00 am and 1.00 pm. The tiny tots of PreKG exhibited the animal life in “Vana Jeevan”. The LKG Kids explained the uses and different types of fruits in “Frisky Fruit Festoon”. The UKG houses in “Griha Pakaram”.
The day started with excitement and children were eager to explain about the models displayed. Our beloved Principal Mrs. Usha Ravichandran encouraged the participants by her gracious presence. Parents were over whelmed on seeing their children’s presentation. It was a great feast for the eyes and ears.
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