Kidz Rock – 2019 on April 6 & 7, 2019.

Categories:
➢ Group A: Pre KG – U.K.G
➢ Group B: I – III Standard
➢ Group C: IV – VI Standard

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Event Details:
➢ Colouring
➢ Drawing
➢ Rhymes
➢ Aathichudi
➢ Tamil Speech
➢ Story Telling
➢ Clay Modeling
➢ Hand Writing
➢ Best out of Waste

Colouring:
• Printed pictured sheet will be provided other necessary material
should be brought by students
Drawing:
• Drawing sheet will be provided other necessary material should be
brought by students.
Topic:
• My Favorite Cartoon Character (I – III standard)
• My Future City (IV – VI standard)
Rhymes:
• Any Rhymes (3 to 5 mins), props can be used.
Story Telling:
• Any Tamil story with morals, Props can be used. (3 to 5 mins)

Clay Modeling:
• Any creative model within given time, paper plate will be provided.
• All the necessary material should be brought by students.
Hand Writing:
• Paper & Text will be provided for writing.
• Unruled sheet will be provided.
Tamil Speech:
Topic:
• Tamizh Mozhiyin Sirapugal – (I – III Standard)
• Kalviyum Athan Sirapugalum – (IV – VI standard)
Best Out of Waste:
• Any creative work using waste, within given time.
• All the necessary material should be brought by students.
Aathichudi:
• First 10 – L.K.G
• First 20 – U.K.G

Note:
1. Prior Registration must.
2. To Register whatsapp child name, std, event details to 9176618067,
7373117028.
3. On spot registrations start from 9.30 a.m on April 6, 2019.
4. Please be at the venue half an hour before according to the event
timing which u are going to participate.
5. Don’t park the vehicles in front of the gate.
6. Registration fee RS.150/- per event.
7. Prize Distribution on 7 th April Evening 5.00 P.M.

Venue:
Kids Network Play School
No. 4 (3A) Ganga nagar,
(parallel to indira apartment/behind kasi theatre),
Jafferkhanpet.

Date: April 6 th and 7 th 2019

Kidz Rock – 2019 on April 6 & 7

One thought on “Kidz Rock – 2019 on April 6 & 7

  • April 7, 2019 at 1:53 pm
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    They’re not conducting on stage performance for story, rhymes etc… So parents aren’t aware of how the judgement is taken. Not. a good strategy.

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