“Children need the freedom and time to play. Play is not a luxury. Play is a necessity.” – Key Redfield Jamison
Playing in the lap of nature is such a fun in the winter morning. The feeling of fresh air, the wet grass laden with dew drops and the glistening leaves fills your day with renewed energy. It inspires you for warm-up exercises.
Students of KG II had a free play time in the theme park. The little ones indulged in free dancing, stretching, jogging etc. The fragrance of joy, laughter and happiness engulfed the atmosphere while playing the blind fold.
Play is essential for the development of body and mind. It contributes to the cognitive, physical and emotional well-being of children. Playing sparks their creativity, communication, peer bonding. Children learn to take turns to develop skills as leaders and as followers.
SAI Angan - Playing amidst nature