DAY AND DATE   :  Saturday; 01.AUGUST.2015
Lotus Valley International School, Noida organized its Annual Art Exhibition ‘Aakriti’ for classes 3 to 5. The Chief Guest, Mr.N.P SINGH, Former Director, The India Express Group kindly consented to grace the occasion. The framework of Aakriti emphasises on the importance of experiential learning and recognises that children need to be active participants in their own learning as they develop physical, intellectual, creative, social and emotional skills. It expresses the belief that all young Lotusians should have the opportunity to become successful learners, confident, creative individuals, active and informed citizens. The exhibition seeks to engage children and teachers to synergise experiences and inspire each other to plan and develop something innovative. Hundreds of displays spread across several sections of the Primary Wing with involvement ranging students from classes 3 to 5. Each corridor became a celebration of enthusiasts as the motivated and energetic students invited the guests to stop by and visit their sections of exhibits.
Nature is an integral part of our lives. But even while we appreciate the blessings she bestows on us, we forget that we are plundering her treasures and thereby denying our children the pleasure of enjoying nature in all her abundance and variety in the future.

Keeping in view the beautiful spirit of Nature, our citizens of tomorrow at Lotus Valley International School paid their accolade to the Mother Earth in an integrated frame work, and practicing what they learnt i.e.;  three R's of the environment: reduce, reuse, recycle.
    ENGLISH EXHIBITION: The essence of nature through the eyes of the nature lovers and the well-known poets in the form of Visual performing Arts, our young performers presented Poetry Dramatization, a two act play showcasing the concern about animals towards nature while the second act gave a peek into the Sci-Fi world of the Earth’s future, concluded with a melodious number “The hills are alive”, which left the audience spell bound.

    HINDI EXHIBITION: Nature's heart is warm and it throbs with new life. The students displayed different shades of Nature in the form of skit and song which was a delight to see and hear.

    SCIENCE EXHIBITION: This section merged “Jugaad innovations” whereby our young learners made some extremely innovative recycled projects like flower pots in a used bottle, seats made of tyre tubes, and many more. Accidental discoveries were also revealed, which were simply phenomenal.

    SOCIAL STUDIES EXHIBITION: The students presented the theme nature by representing the two sides of the nature… as a giver and as the destroyer. As the giver the beauty of magnanimous nature was showcased, whereas the destroyer, its fury was characterised. Besides this, our talented children made photo frames, table calendars, and many more items using natural products like shells, twigs, etc.

    MATHS EXHIBITION: Jungle safari Theme was the highlight of the Maths exhibition, wherein mathematics in Nature was depicted, symmetry in nature, 5 platonic solids in nature and golden ration [ a divine proportion] along with Mathanasium and a huge walk in maze to add on to the fun element.

    ART AND CRAFT EXHIBITION: The children gave vent to their imagination and poured out their creativity and talent. The visitors were taken through the magical journey of unbelievable creations made out of waste like bubble packs, paper glasses, and plates. Every piece of art was decorated conceptually.

    MUSIC AND DANCE: Music was represented by tabla, band and orchestra performance by the students. Sufi dance captivated the audience and was much appreciated for its coordination and dance form.

The entire magnificent piece of work kept the audience mesmerized at large.