ARTICLE WRITING ACTIVITY
NURTURE THE NATURE FOR A BETTER FUTURE
From a seedling to a plant, and to a tree, it grows and grows. Then it provides a lot of things to us, without which we cannot live. It includes air to breathe (oxygen), fruits and vegetables, paper, etc. And what do we do? Cut them! So unfair!
Cutting down of trees leads to deforestation which is a major cause of global warming, and other environmental issues. We should not misuse things provided by nature to us. As when it ends up, it is difficult for us to survive. The temperature of the earth will rise, amount of CFCs will also be increased and many more.
As mentioned above, there will be a rapid increase in environmental issues if we keep on cutting trees. So we should try our best to nurture the nature for a better future like — by planting more and more trees and taking care of them very well by watering them, providing adequate sunlight and nutrients ;using CNG and LPG as fuels ; using the four Rs – reuse, recycle, reduce and recover etc.
Thus keeping our environment safe, will keep us safe.
Therefore,” NURTURE THE NATURE FOR A BETTER FUTURE”
HARSH TOMAR CLASS – IV D
POEM RECITATION COMPETITION
An activity on Poem Recitation was conducted for the students of Class-IV. The class was divided into four groups. Two participants from each group recited their self composed poems. Performance of each group was very good. The best speaker was Shaurya of Class-IV-B. This activity helped in developing writing and speaking skills among children. The audience enjoyed the melody and the rhythm of the poems.
AN EXTEMPORE ACTIVITY
An extempore speech helps us to think on our feet, develop presence of mind and it directly helps our brain to react fast.
An Extempore activity on GLOBAL WARMING was conducted on Aug 8, 2018 for the students of Class-IV. Students participated in this activity with enthusiasm. Performance of the students was remarkable. The outstanding speaker was IMILIYA of Class IV-A. This activity was beneficial for the students as it developed their sensitivity towards environment and improved their speaking skills.