Eid al-Fitr is one of the most significant festivals in the Islamic calendar, marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan. It is celebrated with much enthusiasm and joy by Muslims all around the world. Similarly, at Khaitan Pre-School in Noida, the little ones celebrated this festive occasion in their unique way.

The pre-schoolers at Khaitan Pre-School celebrated Eid al-Fitr by indulging in various fun activities. They had a drawing sheet with “Eid Mubarak” written in bold, colorful letters¬† and pasted sparkling silver stars and the moon on it. This activity not only allowed the children to express their creativity but also familiarized them with the traditional symbols associated with the festival.

In another activity, the children drew a colorful bowl and pasted ‘sewai’ on it. ‘Sewai,’ a sweet dish made from vermicelli, is an essential part of the Eid al-Fitr feast. By engaging in this activity, the pre-schoolers learned about the traditional food that is consumed during the festivities.

To add to the festive mood, some of the students wore colorful clothes and accessories, enhancing the celebratory atmosphere. The children were excited to show off their traditional clothes, which included bright colors and intricate embroidery as well.

The Eid celebration at Khaitan Pre-School was not only fun-filled but also educational. The activities helped the children learn about the traditional symbols and food associated with the festival, thus instilling a sense of cultural awareness and respect.

In conclusion, the Eid celebration was a joyous occasion that allowed the little ones to explore and learn about the festival’s traditions. The children’s creativity and enthusiasm made the celebration even more special, and it was heartening to see them embrace the spirit of Eid al-Fitr with such enthusiasm.