|Birthday Card Making
A greeting card express all the human emotions, joys , thanks, sympathy, humor, love and admiration. Giving greeting cards allow us to express our vast variety of sentiments and care to our family and friends.
In order to explore the creativity of each and every child, "Birthday Card Making" activity had been conducted in class one of SWAMI VIVEKANANDA ACADEMY. Students brought A4 size sheet, decorative materials, colors and glue with them for the activity. They made beautiful cards for their family members and friends. They decorated it with their innovative ideas and love. The class teacher helped them to write their feelings in it. She gave words to their feelings. They all enjoyed the activity with full of zeal and enthusiasm.
By this activity they also understand the importance of relationships in our life and how much it is important to express it. Its true that a person receiving a card will get more emotional and attached to it and definitely he/she will appreciate it more than any email or other kind of electronic message. Because greeting cards has a plenty of love and emotions inside it.
" Chess makes Men Wiser and Clear-Sighted .”
2nd - Priyanka Dixit - Humanities - ( Samveda
|Best Out of Waste
'Best Out of Waste' The competition focused on bringing an understanding among the children about save the environment by reusing and recycling waste material.
Swami Vivekananda Academy organized 'Best Out of Waste' Competition for the students of classes 6th to 8th on 20 April , 2022. Our little stars makes Innovative , Interesting and Attractive items using material like newspaper, old CDs, used plastic bottles, ropes, ice cream sticks, bangles, shoe boxes etc.
All the students showed their talent and innovation in the competition. We are really very proud of our students.
We have organized the interhouse Carrom Competition today. Carrom is one of the world’s favorite indoor board games. The students showed their Techniques in flicking the striker with index shots, middle finger shots, thumb shots and scissors style. They used all their skill in shooting the pieces into the right pockets on the board. In the finals, children gave their best in the game to sink all of their pieces before their opponent managed to sink theirs and the shots were almost continuous.
Now we are pleased to declare the result of the competition. The winner of the Competition are:-
Shourya. S. Tomar.......... Ist (Atharvaveda House)
Vansh Sharma............. 2nd. (Rigveda House)
Class IV :-
Ronak sharma........... Ist. (Rigveda House)
Kirti dholkar.............. 2nd. (Samveda House)
Aarohi Sharma.........3rd. (Atharvaveda House)
Ayush Bhilwar -------------- Ist (Yajurveda House)
Naitik Rathore-------------- 2nd (Yajurveda House)
Yashraj-------------------------3rd. (Atharvaveda House)
Congratulations to all.
Swami Vivekananda Academy
The arts allow
kids to express themselves better than math or science. As the
Washington Post says, In an arts program, your child will be asked to
recite a monologue in 6 different ways, create a painting that
represents a memory, or compose a new rhythm to enhance a piece of
music. If children have practice thinking creatively, it will come
naturally to them now and in their future career. At SVA we provide
optimum environment for the kids to explore their creativity.
child is the next Beyonce or more likely to sing her solos in the
shower, she is bound to benefit from some form of music education.
Research shows that learning the sa-re-ga can help children excel in
ways beyond the basic ABCs. Research has found that learning music
facilitates learning other subjects and enhances skills that children
inevitably use in other areas. At SVA students learn to play various
musical instruments along with vocal music.
Academics are a
sole focus when a child enters a new school year. Whether it’s
mathematics, language arts, science or social studies, this is what a
student is required to eat, sleep and breathe on a daily basis. How can
someone express themselves in other ways outside of a classroom? The
simplest answer is dance. At SVA students are trained at various dance
movements on various themes.
order to impart to our students various life skills, many activities are
brought together under the banner of work experience. Pot painting,
fabric painting , printing , metal embossing , painting, paper craft,
flower making, collages, simple cooking, working with needle and thread,
tie and dye, clay modeling, candle making are some things
enthusiastically taught & learnt.
Only a strong body can have a strong mind. Among provisions for the development of the body, SVA has good sports infrastructure. In addition to Mass P.T., swimming, skating, athletics, aerobics & yoga, games like table tennis, cricket, throw ball, basket ball, kabaddi, kho-kho, etc. are conducted.