Kindergarten students of Jayapriya Vidyalaya Public School in Vadakuthu, Neyveli, celebrated Yellow Day on October 28. Under the direction of Mr. CR. Jayasankar, Founder and President of the Jayapriya Vidyalaya Group of Institutions, the children's Yellow Day Festival was meticulously crafted to raise their consciousness of color and encourage reflection on how colors mirror our thoughts.
In essence, yellow is a fortunate, holy, and uplifted hue. It can lead to unambiguous, clear thinking. Mr. N.S. Dinesh, the Director of the Jayapriya Vidyalaya Group of Institutions, showed the children a unique shade of yellow. In addition, he relished Yellow Day celebrations and came dressed in yellow.
Yellow Day was beautifully celebrated with the kids by the school principal, Bindu, the school secretary Sindhu, and the teaching staff. They all wore yellow attire, had yellow toys and decorations, and were decorated in yellow in various ways.
The children were delighted to see their teachers and principal dressed in yellow. They too came dressed in yellow clothes and brought yellow toys and snacks to school. They had a lot of fun playing games, singing songs, and dancing together in yellow.
Yellow Day is a great opportunity to teach children about the color yellow and its significance. It is also a fun way to celebrate the color and brighten up the day. The children at Jayapriya Vidyalaya Public School had a wonderful time celebrating Yellow Day and learning about this beautiful color.
At the end of the day, the children took home a yellow flower and a yellow balloon each. They also received a certificate for participating in Yellow Day celebrations.
Overall, Yellow Day was a fun and educational experience for the kindergarten students at Jayapriya Vidyalaya Public School. It helped them to learn about the color yellow and its significance. It also helped them to develop their social and emotional skills by interacting with their peers and teachers in a fun and festive setting.
Celebrating Yellow Day offers several benefits for Kindergarten students, including:
Celebrating Yellow Day helps children to improve their color recognition skills. They learn to identify the color yellow and to distinguish it from other colors.
Celebrating Yellow Day allows children to express their creativity and imagination. They can create yellow-colored art projects, wear yellow clothing, and play yellow-themed games.
Celebrating Yellow Day provides opportunities for children to develop their language skills. They learn new vocabulary words related to the color yellow, such as "sunshine," "lemon," and "gold."
Celebrating Yellow Day as a group activity helps children to develop their social-emotional skills, such as cooperation, communication, and teamwork.
Celebrating Yellow Day is a fun and engaging way for children to learn about the color yellow. They enjoy participating in yellow-themed activities and spending time with their classmates.