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Subject:   ‘Good Manners’,
Usage: 3 Minute story for junior kids Story telling competition
Mode: Simple

By: Madhav Prasanth, Class 1,ICSK-Kuwait
Target Age Group- 6-10 Years, Class 1-4

Good Morning Teachers and friends.

Today I am going to tell you  the story of Tomy. Tomy was an angry little boy. He was always rude with others. He used to scold and shout at his parents and brothers and never listened to them. He always made fun of others and never used the words like please ,thank you or sorry .

One day Tomy was playing near his home. An old lady came in and asked Tomy the way to the garden. Tomy shouted at her ‘Go and ask somebody.Cant you see that I am playing .The old lady felt insulted.She had some magic powers.She  told Tomy,from now on ,whenever you tell bad words a scar will appear on your face.That evening Tomy was eating his dinner.He shouted at his mother because he didn’t like the food.Suddenly a scar appeared on his face.He then shouted at his younger  brother to a get a fork for him.Another scar appears on his face.Tomy lost all his control and left the room with angry.Suddenly he fell down from the stairs and broke his leg. Read the rest of this entry »

Subject:   International Peace Day Message
Usage: Children’s  Speech/Elocution – 3 Minutes
Mode: Medium

By: Vaishnavi Ravindran, Calicut
Target Age Group- 10-15 years

In 1982, United nations took the initiative to celebrate September 21 as International Peace day by a resolution sponsored by the United Kingdom and Costa Rica. Since then the day  is celebrated as a symbolic gesture to remind the society about strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples.Today 12.7 percent of the world’s population ,ie 1.4 Billion people lives at or below $1.90 a day. 22,000 children die each day due to conditions of poverty. We also have witnessed the horrors of two world wars and have now realized how devastating it will be. If The total number of military and civilian casualties in World War I was Read the rest of this entry »

My Mama

Posted: September 10, 2016 in Essays for Class 1- Class4, Myself and Family
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Subject: My Mama
Usage:  Short Essay, Short paragraph
Mode: Simple

By: Deepika Constantine,Age 7, Banglore
Target Age Group- 12-15 years

Did you know why God made Mama’s? God cannot take care of each one of us,so he gave us Mamas.

My Mama’s name is Frieda. She is my first teacher who Taught me to Walk, Talk, Sing & Dance.

My Mama is someone who loves me so much and her love is without any conditions. Read the rest of this entry »

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. Read the rest of this entry »

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. Read the rest of this entry »

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. Read the rest of this entry »

 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. Read the rest of this entry »