“Shades of yellow stimulates our little ones with happiness, energy and optimism…….”
With an objective to recapitulate and reinforce the effects of yellow colour, KG and Primary wing celebrated “Yellow day” on 25th May, 2016.
A day dedicated to the yellow colour was marked with children dressed in different hues and tints of yellow. Children were not only beautifully dressed in their favorite yellow dresses but also brought yellow objects to make it a complete “Yellow Day”!
Tiffins were filled with bananas, custard, jelly, lemons, mangoes, pineapples etc. Attractive yellow coloured toys like racing cars, teddy bears, dolls, balls, balloons, flying discs, flowers and masks made the learning environment active and sporty.
A garden with paper sunflowers was also set up in the KG classes. The children enjoyed this activity and were very happy when they received a crown decorated with sun flowers to take home. The teachers were beaming with pride when the confident little commentators described the yellow objects with expressiveness, flair and ease.
Focusing on the theme the teachers planned art and collage activities and their art work was displayed on the soft boards. The bulletin boards were reverberated with quotes, appealing posters of minions, tweety, honey bees and sunflowers highlighting the essence of yellow colour. To make the children understand about the significance of yellow colour, various colorful activities including drawing, coloring, origami, paper craft etc. were conducted in a lively, vibrant and high spirited environment.
Cheerful Children attired in yellow outfits were sparkling with optimism, enlightenment and happiness. Beams of yellow shades carried the promise of a positive future flashing creative thoughts in the young minds.
The motive of celebrating this yellow colour day was to make the children aware of yellow colour, its significance and to develop fine motor skills in the students. They spent the day with utmost enjoyment.
Yellow- the colour of wisdom and intellectual energy had a positive influence on our tender tots.”