Red’ colour symbolizes enthusiasm, life and vitality. The red colour day started with the colour red every- where red dress, red rose, red jackets, red car, red apples, red cherries, red flowers etc.
In TWS we celebrated the red colour day on 22nd December with our little ones.Pre Primary children of TWS spent a spectacular red day doing some unique activities. UKG children did some activities based on different red fruits and vegetables such as red cherries, watermelon, tomatoes etc. LKG and Nursery children also enjoyed the day with some coloring activities.
The tiny tots looked stunning in their red outfits. Our teachers also joined the celebration by wearing the red coloured dress to school. The classrooms were decorated with red colored fruits, vegetables, flowers and pictures of another red coloured objects. Teachers spoke about the colour red by showing all the red colour objects. Learning becomes fun when it is imparted the right way! A special photo session had been conducted in a red gorgeous background. As Andie Condie said, Colour “Red” symbolizes a new beginning. It not only symbolizes spring or rebirth, but it also symbolizes love, energy, and life force. In every culture, red has a place. It can be called a color of magic. It is the favorite colour of many young and old alike. In many Asian countries, it is considered the colour of luck.