Mangaluru: First Steps Preschool celebrates Children’s Day with fun, frolic

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Mangaluru, Nov 16: First Steps Pre-School, Kudroli celebrated its first year’s Children’s Day on Wednesday on November 14 with fun and frolic.

To mark the celebration, a fancy dress competition was held for the tiny tots. The kids actively participated and were very happy and excited about the costumes they wore. Parents were equally thrilled and overwhelmed by their child’s participation. The enthusiastic kids played different characters of fruits, animals, fairies, princess, historical kings, flowers and others.

It was the first of it’s kind in the locality. The variety of costumes worn by the kids reflected the parents enthusiasm and active participation to bring out their kid’s talents.

Distinguished toastmaster, Shameer Ahmed and his team were the judges of the event to select the best three winners. DTM Shameer explained the purpose of conducting the event to build the kids' confidence and creative culture in kids. Judges were surprised to witness the incredible performance of the tiny tots.

Each and every child who participated was encouraged by the consolation prize.

The head teacher Himna S Ahmed, teacher Azeema Nawaz and Shehzan S. Ahmed decorated the classroom and arranged the event in a professional manner, which was a grand success.

The event magnificently concluded with refreshments and gifts for the kids of pre-school.


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  • SADAQATH, Mangalore/KSA

    Fri, Nov 16 2018

    Congratulation for conducting such events. Its indeed beneficial for children to buildup confidence and creativity . Thank you organizer for the program. appreciate the creative.

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