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‘EAT FOR HEALTH’ activity organized in The Nobel School

Punjab Tribune Bureau | July 19, 2019 07:54 PM

JALANDHAR: ‘Health is wealth’ to prove this proverb correct an activity ‘Eat for health’ was conducted in The Nobel School. The students of Grade Prep took part in this activity with full enthusiasm. The students were not only guided to eat healthy but they were also encouraged to prepare their sandwich themselves. They prepared their sandwich under the guidance of their teachers.

The students with their little hands spreads mayonnaise, sandwich spread, stuffed them with chopped fruits and vegetables. Not only this they decorated it   with gems, choco -bites and made smilies with sauce and   chocolates. The children were very happy and excited while preparing their own sandwich. They were not only preparing it  but also happy by sharing their sandwich with each other.

That was the, the best part of this activity. Through this activity sharing   was also encouraged and the message was spread that the healthy food can be made more delicious and yummy.The principal Ms.Minakshee Mehta appreciated the students Charu and Sweety  the respective in-charges  put their great efforts to make this activity successful.  

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