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Blue Color Day - Combination Of Fun & Learning

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Kiddies paint their moods in shades and hues of blue. The little steps of RPS International School Sec-89 celebrated Blue Color Day on Friday, Aug 24 2018. Early identification of colors helped to create the cognitive link between visual clues and words which are an important part of a child’s development. An array of blue colored objects like umbrella, ball, cloud, flowers etc. were at display, thus providing the students opportunities to have a clear sense of the color and its importance. They got engaged in theme based activities like finger printing, free hand drawing, cotton dabbing, coloring, tearing and pasting etc. It was indeed a visual treat to see the good effects of blue color on our little ones.








Rakhi Making Competition -Creating Bond Of Love

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It was a day when young RPSians turned into little artisans, With creativity and colours- red, yellow and cyan, It was a day when celebration of love between brothers and sisters began, And making the best ‘knot of protection’ was the only plan. To spread the message of love, faith and cultural values , Rakhi making competition organised on Thursday Aug 23 2018 and Friday Aug 24 2018 in the school premises. Students used unique materials such as tiny mirrors, cotton balls, stickers, etc. to present their creativity in the most exquisite manner. The rakhis made the participants were creative and portrayed the artistic perspective of the students. The verve and vivacity exhibited by the students were really perceivable. This artistic talent of the tender buds did magnetize the attention and attraction of every onlooker present there. School Principal Dr.Roopa Marwaha Bhalla lauded the efforts of the students and congratulated the winners. On the whole, the event had a remarkable success…

Grandparents' Day Celebration

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Grandparents are a delightful blend of laughter, caring deeds, wonderful stories and love. To show the love and respect towards grandparents, The Little Steps of Pre Primary celebrated Grandparents’ Day on Thursday, August 9, 2018 in the school premises. The Pre-Primary students presented a variety of cultural programmes which enthralled the gathering. Various games were conducted for grandparents as part of the celebration and the winners were felicitated with prizes by our Principal, Dr.Roopa Marwaha Bhalla and School Coordinator, Ms. Shiva Yadav. Grandparents were very happy to witness this event and a few of them came forward and appreciated the programme through short verses and words.Overall it was a great day of bonding between the grandparents and their grandchildren.






















A Visit to Japan Foundation, New Delhi

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RPS International School Sec-89 visited the Japan Foundation, New Delhi under– Swagatam JFND Program. This program is initiated by the JFND for making school students introduced to the culture and Language of Japan. The students enjoyed playing a quiz related to Japan and learned Language as well. They also Odorimasshita (Danced) and visited JFND manga cafe and Exhibition.Overall , it was a fun and energy-packed day which was enjoyed thoroughly by both the teachers and students.







Friendship Day Celebration

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Friendship day was celebrated at RPS International School Sec-89, Gurugram on Wednesday, 1st August,2018 with great vigour and fun.A friendship band making activity was organized for the Primary Wing to celebrate this day. Extremely creative and colourful pieces were made signifying the bonds that will remain strong forever.Students cheerful, happy and glowing faces proved how much they were enjoyed the celebration. School Principal Dr.Roopa Marwaha Bhalla said she was happy to see the spirit of camaraderie among the students.She also urged the students to spread peace and harmony through the bond of friendship.






ABACUS ACTIVITY IN CLASS I

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Abacus is a great tool to teach numbers and arithmetic to kids. It has colorful beads to make learning exciting and fun while reinforcing concepts through the child's sense of touch.Students of class I participated with full zeal and enthusiasm  and answered the questions accurately.