Father’s Day Celebrations

“A father is someone you look up to no matter how tall you grow.”

Father’s Day is a celebration honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society. The little G.D Salwanians showered their love and affection for their fathers. The children of Primary wing enthusiastically participated in an array of creative activities that were organized to express gratitude towards their fathers.

Class 1: Organize Olympics

There’s something uniquely special about the relationship fathers share with their children, and sometimes, the best aspects of these relationships are revealed through sports. Children accompanied their fathers for outdoor activities such as swimming, badminton, and cycling.

Class 2: Design a Moustache Mug

Little hands and creative minds came together to design a beautiful mug and a handmade card. Children surprised their dads by making attractive mustache mugs and beautiful cards, using various craft materials. They also wrote a lovely message on the card to their fathers.

Class 3: Pizza Party

Our little ones prepared lip smacking pizzas at home by using pre-made pizza dough, cheese, and healthy toppings. This was one of the yummiest and healthy ways to express gratitude.

Class 4: Game Night

Children invited their dads for a surprise game night. They collected indoor games that their fathers enjoyed playing like Pictionary, ludo, chess, etc. They started the game night with their dad’s favorite game and enjoyed the time together.

Class 5: Bake a Cake

Father’s Day is a time for celebration, and there is no better way than to celebrate it by preparing their dad’s special dish or cake. Few children prepared the dish with the help taken from their mothers in order to give a surprise. Whereas, some fathers became remarkable chefs and enjoyed cooking with their kids.

A lot of excitement was seen in the kids as well as among the fathers while performing various activities. Overall, the day became special for the entire family.

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