Silverwood School, Summer Camp

PYJAMAS, BATIK AND MUSIC DAY

SYNOPSIS

These are exciting times for the kiddie-campers in the safe and serene enclave of the silverwood school, joyously welcoming and engaging each other in this week's activities sequel to last week's cultural week.

Pyjamas Day, Tie & Die and grand ball of Music are just enough to make the children shrill with excitement.

It began with different eye-catching, character-loaded evening wears and pyjamas as each kid cuddled and schlepped around in their night wears, carrying toothpaste and brushes, teddy bears, bedsheets, duvets, flip-flops, cups and fruits. You could hear the birds on the silverwood trees chirping out evening lullaby. Its pyjamas day! wao! the children loved it.

The BATIK segment came with the usual pomp and pageantry. Prior to the segment each child was given a sneak preview of what to expect. Expectations were high as the children gathered for the practical lessons to start. At the end of 30 minutes of work, fun and learning, children came smiling out with their multiplicity of BATIK designs. You could see fulfillment written all over their angelic faces.

At last it was Music. Music is an art that puts sounds together in a way that people like or find interesting. This was exactly how the the children responded when the music teacher arrived and all was set for another intriguing session of sing-a-long-songs, piano lessons and dance. All though children kept asking for more and more. At this point the week's event started winding down and parents began arriving to pick up their kids.

what a way to end the week! keep your eyes peeled for fresh upcoming activities at the Grounds of The Silverwood School, Maryland. ciao!




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