IES Kindergarten Day-2022

IES Kindergarten Day-2022

The Principal narrated a beautiful and meaningful story to the tiny tots. They listened attentively and answered his questions smartly.

"Children are like tiny flowers: They are varied and need care, but each is beautiful alone and glorious when seen in the community of peers." ~ Friedrich Frobel

Each year on April 21, Kindergarten Day is celebrated at IES Bhavans Kuwait, with a lot of fun-filled activities to honour the birthday of the man who started the first Kindergarten, Friedrich Wilhelm August Frobel.

After the exciting colour week, Kindergarten Day was celebrated on Thursday, 21 April 2022. Kindergarteners in their colourful attires looked like beautiful buds in their beautifully decorated classrooms. The facilitators along with the Headmistress were dressed in green to create an ambience of garden in the kindergarten section.

The day began with a briefing by the teachers on the importance of Kindergarten Day and why it is celebrated every year. This was followed by various art and craft activities.

KG 1 children made headbands with a star and KG 2 children made decorated crowns. The tiny tots happily posed in their artwork with selfie frames for photographs.

After the fun celebration in the classroom, the Kindergarteners gathered in the auditorium and excitedly interacted with the principal Mr. T. Premkumar. The Principal narrated a beautiful and meaningful story to the tiny tots. They listened attentively and answered his questions smartly.

After the story telling session, the children sang melodious songs and recited rhymes to make the day even more exciting and entertaining. After an eventful day, the little ones went back home with smiling faces wearing their colourful headbands.

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When the day ended, the prayerful quote by Friedrich Frobel were on the minds of all the facilitators of IES Kindergarten:

"Let us protect our children; and let us not allow them to grow up into emptiness and nothingness, to the avoidance of good hard work, to introspection and analysis without deeds, or to mechanical actions without thought and consideration. Let us steer them away from the harmful chase after material things and the damaging passion for distractions... Let us educate them to stand with their feet rooted in God's earth, but with their heads reaching even into heaven, there to behold truth." ~ Friedrich Frobel

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