Revving up the interest and enthusiasm in students, Sanskar School, Jaipur, organized a book fair for the young readers of the school on the eve of World Students Day. The book fair offered a wide range of books from the BPI India LTD.
With the aim of educating parents about the importance of reading and also to inculcate the habit of reading in the students, the school organizes book-fairs every year. And like every year, this year too the fair has been organized for 3 days, starting today till 17th October. The fair is kept open for the entire city and thus students of all age-group and parents to come visit the fair and grab as many books as they’d like.
Sanskar School has put on display books from as many genres as possible, suiting the student age-group. There were not just educational books but also books to teach sketches, drawing, cursive writing and to keep the kids in a gleeful mood…STORY BOOKS.
It was great to see young kids exploring the world of books and getting interested. While the tots rushed towards story books with lots of pictures, activity books, puzzles, like Princess Copy Colour Little Mermaid, Apna Jeevan Apne Hath, Jhatpat Machli Ki Kalabaazi, the elder ones were more into Where Rainbows End by Cecelia Ahern, Famous Five by Enid Blyton, The Customer Differential by Melinda Nykamp. The younger ones kept rushing to the indoor board games that were also on the display.
Coming Saturday will be all the more exciting for kids as it clashes with Parent-Teacher meeting and thus many parents too will be visiting the fair. So that gives the kids a chance to take home some of their favorites.
The school purposely organizes the event close to Parent-Teacher Meeting so that parents too can get a taste of the fair; not only this, the school also aims to help parents interact with their wards better.
The fair is open for all so if you want to buy your kid a book, go grab it before 5pm on Saturday.
Have a look at the book fair—
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