Colours Day

Colours Day

We at Paavai Vidhyashram Salem celebrated our Colours Day on 14/12/2017 (Thursday) in the presence of our Chairman Shri N.V.Natarajan and our Director Dr.C.Satish.The Nursery classes were fully decorated with Red, Green, Yellow and Blue colour oriented materials. Children were decked up with colourful dresses and ornaments.The colour concept for LKG was Yellow and Blue. The Blue colour area was covered with underwater world depicted with sea creatures like Dolphins, Blue Whale and Octopus. The children spoke about the meanings of the popular phrases like Blue Ribbon, Blue blood, Blue print, True Blue and Feeling Blue. They also highlighted the symbol ‘Blue Ribbon’ for Child Abuse Awareness. The area was covered with blue colour objects like blue birds, blue berries, blue bells, US Mailbox, ink bottle, Lord Krishna etc. The whole area looked cool with blue.The yellow colour area was very brightly decorated with yellow flowers, fruits, yellow bells, yellow capsicum, Giraffee , a model of a Paavai School Bus and yellow signal. The children narrated the psychological impacts of yellow like joy, happiness, hope and knowledge. They also said yellow colour stimulates nervous system to think clearly and take correct decisions.The UKG classroom was marked with their colour concept of Red and Green. The red colour area was packed with models of Fire extinguisher, post box, Blood drop, Flags, police station, Fire engine, Red Flowers, Santa clause, Red coloured fruits and vegetables. Children highlighted the importance of blood donation and motivated others through their speech. They also spoke about significance of red colour and listed out many objects that we use in our daily life which are in red colour.The Green colour area was covered with real leaves, plants, Greens, vegetables, fruits etc. They also had exhibited Christmas tree, pictures of parrots, peacocks, emerald gemstone, Green creatures like frog, green snake, grasshopper, caterpillar and bugs. They explained the meaning of traffic signal Green. Green colour represents nature and fertility and it is the main signal of survival. This was explained by the students effectively.Our Chairman Sir and Director Sir were very happy to be with the children and listened to their speeches with lot of interest. They appreciated the students very much for their effort. All the children were taken around the two classrooms and the teachers explained to them the significance of each colour. Children were very much excited during the celebration.

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