Dear Parent, Greetings! I would like to express my utmost regard, respect and admiration as well as gratitude towards each and every one of you for blessing us with your presence on our first annual function day celebration Sanskriti-2020. It was a great honour and humbling to host all our special guest Dr. Prafullaben Barchha, … Continue reading Sanskriti 2020 – Annual function – Part 1
Trivia: 15 ઑગસ્ટ (સ્વાતંત્ર્ય દિવસ) અને 26 જાન્યુઆરી (ગણતંત્ર દિવસ) એ ઝંડા ફરકાવવામાં શું ફરક હોય...? જાણો.... 15 ઑગસ્ટના દિવસે.... રાષ્ટ્રીય ધ્વજને નીચેથી રસ્સી દ્વારા ખેંચીને ઉપર લઈ જવામાં આવે છે પછી ત્રિરંગો ખોલીને ફરકાવવામાં આવે છે, જેને 'ધ્વજારોહણ' કહેવાય છે. જેના માટે અંગ્રેજીમાં Flag Hoisting શબ્દ વાપરવામાં આવે છે, જ્યારે 26 જાન્યુઆરીએ.... એટલે … Continue reading 26th January Celebration
All 26 Letters - Learn the Alphabet A to Z https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iocGfl1jxJs Alphabet Farm https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUohq8UdWhY&feature=youtu.be Alphabet Animals https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Wp0vZnR_FM&feature=youtu.be
December was quite an eventful month for Playshaala where we held number of events and activities including sports day, educational field trip (K1 & K2), Christmas celebration, dental check-up and celebration of monthly theme of flying with birds;
Sports develop a sense of friendliness among the children and develop their team spirit.
What is Christmas? Many christian believes, the true meaning of Christmas is the celebration of the incredible act of love. God loved His own and provided a way—the only Way—for us to spend eternity with Him. The real Christmas story is the story of God’s becoming a human being in the Person of Jesus Christ. … Continue reading Playshaala Xmas Celebration 2019
Field trips provide experiences outside the proverbial ‘boxes’ of numeracy and literacy. Such trips helps children to consume information from their surroundings.
We may be your teachers but we also have a lot more things to learn from you, especially, how to laugh with all your hearts. Happy children’s day!
The word Diwali comes from the Sanskrit word Deepavali, meaning “rows of lighted lamps”.
Navaratri celebrates Goddess Durga victory over an evil demon.