Vanamahotsava Activity by the students of Primary School on 10th July 2021:Activity leads to productivity. Co-curricular activities are an integral part of the learning process in a child. In these times when it is difficult to conduct activities offline, we at St. Theresa's School conducted a few online activities to engage our students in doing something creative as well as creating awareness about our Mother Earth. The month of July is dedicated towards Eco-Restoration. Keeping this in mind, the KG students went out to their garden for a ‘ Nature Walk’ activity, where they spoke to their favourite plants and flowers. It was a treat to the eyes to see the innocent child speaking from his/ her heart. The Grade 1 and 2 students had an activity where they spoke about ‘ My Favourite Plant’. The students and teachers got to see a wide variety of plants and got to admire their beauty. The students of grades 3, 4 and 5 were asked to grow a plant exclusively in order to celebrate the ‘Vanamahotsava ‘ activity. They proudly showed off the plant nurtured and grown by them to their teacher and classmates and spoke a few sentences about their overall experience. A few students went beyond this and even provided a few home remedial uses, kitchen uses and environmental benefits of the plant they chose to grow. Through this activity, the students were shown that there is no ready-made app to help conserve nature and that it’s in our own hands to protect it. They also learnt the importance of having patience in our lives, in order to yield the fruits of our labour. It was thus a refreshing and satisfying activity for everyone.