Organizing small activities each month to educate students about life is something that Sanskar School believes in. And this time the school held a presentation on “Signs and Symbols- The unspoken language” on 5th February for the students of class 4 where the parents were also invited.
Decked up as various characters from the ancient times, the students presented a play where they talked about the journey of these symbols from the past to the present. There was another enactment which highlighted the importance of observing these signs and symbols for a better and organized life.
The brainy Li’l geniuses did quite a lot of research on the signs & symbols used in the U.K., U.S.A., Australia, China and Russia which were presented on stage. They also asked the audiences various questions on the famous company logos which had even the parents scratching their heads for the right answers.
Encouraging all to follow traffic signals, the students with different sign boards in their hands sang a song.
Sparking the interest of the audiences all the more, the students came on stage in white kurtas to perform a dance throwing light on our National Symbols.
With the conclusion of the dance, ended the function that reminded everybody about the significance of different signs and symbols.
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