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Visit to the Shaheed Bhagat Singh Park

 Visit to the Shaheed Bhagat Singh Park*

“Play is our Brain’s favourite way of learning”
Students👬 learn through experiences and seeing things happening around them.JVPS planned to take a break from regular classroom teaching today and the tiny tots👭were taken out to Shaheed Bhagat Singh🏞️ Park.It was a fun outing day organized for kindergarten tiny tots👭 to give a touch of true enjoyment🥳 and Little Vatikans were very happy😃 and excited🤩 to go for the picnic. After reaching the park🏞️, the children enthusiastically explored the alluring beauty and bounties of nature🏕️ and enjoyed various swings at the park. The nature walk helped them to observe different types of plants🌴 and flowers🏵️ all around them. They shared their eatables with their friends and teachers. The day🌞 was well spent enjoying, singing🎼and interacting with each other. They played different games🏏 and enjoyed swings. The visit to the park was a memorable one and it motivated the kids👬 to take care of their environment and to maintain cleanliness around them. Teachers also taught them about the etiquettes to be used at public places🏕️. It was a wonderful opportunity for all the tiny tots to strengthen their bonds and everyone, they returned to the school 🏫 rejuvenated.


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