National Sports Day-Essay/Speech

Subject: August 29, National Sports Day
Usage: Children’s  Speech/Elocution 3 Minutes, Short Essay, Short paragraph
Mode: Advanced

By: Rajesh Pillai
Target Age Group- 12-15 years

Respected teachers and my dear friends

Today I am am going to talk about National Sports Day.

August 29 is celebrated as the National Sports Day in India. Its the birthday of the Legend, Major Dhyan Chand ,one  of the best sportsmen ever to have graced the game of hockey .Hockey always has a special place among Indians. Our generation sometimes look back with a a sense of disbelieve about the golden era of Indian hockey, when India won three Olympic gold medals in field hockey in 1928,1932 and 1936. More

World Mosquito Day- Essay/Speech

Subject: August 20, World Mosquito day
Usage: Children’s  Speech/Elocution 3 Minutes, Short Essay, Short paragraph
Mode: Advanced

By: Shilpa Nair, Class 12, Saraswathy Vidya Mandir
Target Age Group- 12-15 years

In 1897 , the India born, British doctor, Sir Ronald Ross discovered that the female mosquitoes carry and transmit malaria between Humans. World Mosquito Day, observed annually on 20 August, is a commemoration of this discovery and is observed since 1897. The day is a tribute to the path breaking discovery of Sir Donald Ross, saving millions around the globe by laying the foundation of Humans fight against Malaria. More

Trying is better than Crying

Subject: Trying is better than Crying
Usage: Children’s Short Essay, Short paragraph, Speech/Elocution 2 Minutes
Mode: Medium
By: Sidharth Menon, Class 10, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan
Target Age Group- 10-15 years

As children, we have to always understand that life is always full of ups and downs. Throughout our life, we will be faced with many disappointments. Success and disappoints are just two sides of the same coin. Therefore we should never allow disappointments to win over us. More

Srikrishna Jayanthi/ Janmastami/Astami Rohini

 Subject: Srikrishna Jayanthi/ Janmastami/Krishanstami
Usage: Children’s Short Essay, Short paragraph, Speech/Elocution 3 Minutes
Mode: Medium
By:Saurav Thivari, Class 11,DPS
Target Age Group- 10-15 years

Krishnastami or Srikrishna jayanthi is one of the major festivals of Hindus  and is  celebrated in India with much joy ,devotion  and reverence. The festival has deep spiritual significance as it marks the Birth day of Lord Sri Krishna. More

Hiroshima day- Speech/Essay for Children

Subject: Hiroshima Day
Usage: Children’s Speech/Elocution 3 Minutes, Short Essay, Short paragraph
Mode: Advanced

By:Saurav Thivari, Class 11,DPS
Target Age Group- 10-15 years

Respected  dignitaries  on and off the dais and my dear friends,

Today i am going to talk about Hiroshima Day

71 years ago, the then president of USA, Harry S. Truman took a decision. He decided to use Nuclear Weapons against Japan with whom they were at war. A decision which annihilated thousands of people, ironically in the name of  saving thousands of lives from the unending war. Hiroshima Day commemorates 6 August 1945, the day when an atomic bomb was dropped on the Japanese city of Hiroshima, followed by another dropped Atomic bomb on the city of Nagasaki. More

Kids poem- The park

aarushi

Subject: The Park- Kids Peom
Contributors Name: Aarushi Padhy
Age: 7 Yrs.
Class: 2nd Standard
School: Gear International,Banglore

I like the park so much
                       park so much
                        park so much,
 I like the slide so much
                   I slide it every day,
 I like the swing so much
                  I swing it every day,
  I like the merry-go-round
                    merry-go-round
                   I ride it every day,
 We all like the park so much
 We go there every day.

 

Significance of Makar Sankranti

Subject: Makar Sankranti/ Pongal
Usage: Children’s Speech/Elocution 3 Minutes, Short Essay, Short paragraph- 325 words
Mode: Advanced
Target Age Group- 10-15 years

Makar Sankranti is an Indian festival associated with the cycle of seasons. Its celebrated to mark the withdrawal of the southeast monsoons as well as the reaping time of the harvest season of farmers. festivities are spread over several days. Even though celebrated in different styles and names ,In many parts of India, this is symbolized by the distribution of til-gul – the til seed and jaggery. More

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