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Tiny Tots of INNOKIDS showed their creativity in the competition- Magic with Paper

Punjab Tribune Bureau | February 06, 2019 03:55 PM

JALANDHAR: The Pre- Primary Wing – INNOKIDS of Innocent Hearts School organized paper folding competition for the children of Nursery.  This competition was organized in GMT, Loharan  Cantt.- Jandiala Road and Royal World International School.

The kids made different shapes with colorful papers like tree, mushroom, rat, boat, rabbit, fish, house, butterfly, purse, joker, dog, dress etc. The selection of colors of papers was really appreciable. Incharge INNOKIDS- Gurmeet (G.M.T.), Alka (Loharan) and Neetika Kapoor (Cantt. - Jandiala Road) and Pooja Rana admired the creativity of the children and encouraged them to participate in such activities. The objective behind this activity was to find out the latent creativity of the students and to boost up the confidence of the students.

First position holders of the competition

GMT

Nursery- Ravya, Vihaan, Harasses, Gaurika, Harvir, Rasika, Vidahn, Rehaana, Swarit, Kavaya

KG I- Ruhani, Kashvi, Shabad, Mukund, Samaksh, Shivansh, Sidakpreet

KG II – Dhruv, Shresth, Prabhleen, Ramduggal, Ramika, Bani, Pranika

Loharan

Nursery  Yuvraj, Kritman and Kanav

KG I  Agam Jain, Anshika , Kyna, Dheeraj, Kajal

KG II Snehal, Divya, Aditya and Samaira

 

Cantt. - Jandiala Road

  Nursery   Hiten, Reet

KG I    Jaskeerat Kaur, Agamjot

KGII- Kaashvi, Harnaunidh  Singh

 

Royal World International

Nursery – Harleen

KGI – Harkirat Kaur

KGII - Samarjeet Khanna

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