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India International School celebrates Mother’s Day

Updated on Mon, 11 May 2015 at 11:33 IST
The IIS University, Jaipur

Kshipra Path located India International School celebrated Mothers’ Day with a lot of enthusiasm on Saturday. Various activities have been organized for the students and their mothers to strengthen the mother daughter bond.

Students of International Wing displayed their love while showcasing ‘Camp Rock’, an award winning film about the mother and daughter relationship and how important mothers are. This was followed by flower arrangement and salad decoration where they displayed love and affection through their creations.

In another activity, an interactive session was organized for the parents of Class 1 students related to ‘Parenting and Nurturing’ in which they discussed various parenting tips to understand the needs of the children.

Junior wing also celebrated this day by organizing an Intra Class Painting Competition for the students of class 2 in their respective classes. The topic for the competition was ‘My Mother My Role model’.

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