“Yellow wakes me up in the morning. Yellow gets me on the bike every day. Yellow has taught me the true meaning of sacrifice. Yellow makes me suffer. Yellow is the reason I am here.”
~ Lance Armstrong
Yellow is the colour of optimism, glory, sunshine, and happiness. It stands for freshness, positivity, intellect and joy. The motive of celebrating Yellow Day was to make the children aware of the colour yellow, its significance and to develop the fine motor skills in the students. Early identification of colours helps to create the cognitive link between visual clues and words that is an important part of a child’s holistic development. The little ones of Pre- Primary enjoyed the day with their teachers by dressing up in yellow clothes and being able to identify the colour in their daily life. Most were quick to set up their own Yellow Corner and pointed out each item to their teacher and friends. They were excited to engage in different craft activities, showcasing the yellow colour.