PP-2 started back to school with a “Pink” day celebration. Seeing our children bloom and blossom in different shades of pink was beautiful. Bulletin Boards displayed posters depicting the impact of pink colour in our lives. The tiny tots participated in a variety of hands-on activities related to the identification of pink colour. Painting and colouring activities reinforced the concept of colour in children. The teachers aimed to make them identify pink coloured objects they saw around them. Children were excited to discover that by mixing red and white colours pink could be obtained. They found that pink signifies love, beauty, and kindness.