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  1. Christmas-Essay/Paragraph

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    April 12, 2017 by admin_kids

    Subject: Christmas- A Celebration of Joy Usage: Short paragraph/ Essay for school students/3 Minute children’s speech Mode: Medium Target Age Group-  Students aged 10,11,12,13,14,15 years Students of Class/Grade- 5,6,7,8,9,10 Christmas is a festival celebrated by Christians, all over the world. The 25th of December is marked by the birth of Jesus Christ, and the day is held in high esteem. While the tradition differs from …
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  2. Easter- Simple Speech/Essay for Students

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    March 18, 2017 by admin_kids

    Subject:  Easter Usage: Speech/Essay/ Short Paragraph Mode: Medium Target Age Group- 10-15 years, Students of Class 5,6,7,8,9,10 Respected Teachers and my dear friends, Today I am going to talk about Easter. Easter is a Christian festival that celebrates the rebirth of Jesus Christ. Some people think that the term, “Easter”, originates from a Pagan goddess named Eostre. Records show that this festival was celebrated since …
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  3. Srikrishna Jayanthi/ Janmastami/Astami Rohini

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    August 2, 2016 by admin_kids

     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. What Others …
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  4. Significance of Makar Sankranti

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    July 20, 2016 by admin_kids

    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 …
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  5. Guru Purnima- Children’s Speech/Essay

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    July 19, 2016 by admin_kids

    Subject:  Guru Purnima/Vyasa Purnima/Vyasa Jayanthi Usage: Children’s Speech/Elocution 3 Minutes, Short Essay, Short paragraph- 300 words Mode: Medium/Advanced Target Age Group- 10-15 years Gurupoornima or Vyasa Purnima  is a festival which reflects the glorious culture and traditions of India where teachers are considered as equal to GOD. Its celebrated as a mark of respect to all teachers and is the Birth day of  Veda Vyasa, …
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  6. Essay for students- Holi

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    July 18, 2016 by admin_kids

    Subject: Children’s Essay on ‘Holi’ Mode:Medium Contributed By – Nipun B. Age – 10 years School – Delhi Public School, Bangalore South Country – India Holi is a Hindu festival and is called the festival of colours. It is mainly observed in India, Nepal and the rest of southern Asia. Other than these, it is also celebrated in other parts of the world such as …
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  7. Vinayaka Chaturthi or “Ganesh Chaturthi”

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    September 17, 2015 by admin_kids

    Subject: Thirty sentences Essay/Speech on “Ganesh/Vinayaka Chaturthi” Mode: Medium Grade- 5 Target Age Group: 10-15 Years Total sentences: 30 Contributed By: Malavika Shinde, Vidya Mandir, Mumbai India, the land of festivals, is celebrating Vinayaka Chaturthi. It is also called Ganesh Chaturthi. It is mainly celebrated in the north of India, especially in the state of Maharashtra. Ganesha or the elephant headed God is considered as …
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  8. Children’s Essay – Onam

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    August 26, 2015 by admin_kids

    Subject: Fifteen sentences  Children’s Essay/Speech on “Onam” Mode: Medium Grade- 6 Target Age Group: 10-15 Years Total sentences: 35 Contributed By: Prakriti Vasudev, Hari Shree Vidyalaya Kerala India is famous for its varied culture and diversity. India is a land of festivals and colours. One such festival celebrated in the south of India is Onam. It is celebrated in the southernmost state of Kerala. Kerala …
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  9. Independence Day

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    August 12, 2015 by admin_kids

    Subject: Essay/Speech on “Independence Day” Mode: Eazy Grade- 7 Target Age Group: 10-15 Total sentences:23 Contributed By: Manohar Joshi, N.S.S school, Chennai India was ruled by the British from the year 1858. Queen Victoria was declared as the Empress of India. This rule continued until 15th August 1947. On 15th August the British left India and India got its freedom, since then 15th August is …
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  10. Christmas

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    December 25, 2014 by admin_kids

    Topic: Simple  Childrens essay on ‘Christmas’ Christmas celebrates the birth of Jesus. It falls on the 25th December and is celebrated around the world. Christmas carol groups visit each house along with a “Christmas father”. Kids love Santa Claus as he gives them sweets and gifts. Carol groups sing songs and dance. One of the famous carol songs is “Rudolf the red nosed reindeer” which …
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  11. Relevance of Ramayana in todays life

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    November 9, 2014 by admin_kids

    Topic: Children’s Elocution/Speech on ‘Relevance of Ramayana in todays life’ Targeted Age:8-15 Duration:  5 Minutes Speech Prepared by: Mrs.Preetha Vijay Kumar, Kuwait Delivered by: Arnav VijayaKumar, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan,Kuwait Rama means goodness and ayana means journey, Ramayana is the journey to goodness. Namastae, today I am going to speak on relevance of Ramayana in todays life. I believe most of us know Ramayana, as the …
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  12. Raksha Bandhan Simple Essay

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    July 29, 2014 by admin_kids

    Subject: Fifteen sentence Essay/Speech on ‘Raksha Bandhan ’ Mode: Medium Grade- 7 Target Age Group: 10-15 Years Total sentences: 11 Contributed By: Rohan Johnson, class 7, Kuwait City Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu festival celebrated mainly in the North of India. Rakshan Bandan falls on the full moon day of the Hindu month – Shravan. According to the English calendar it falls in the month …
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