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Appreciation - Varad Sadvilkar

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All of us have been appreciated at some point. I can recollect being appreciated by my class teacher as the “Student of the month” for having completed all my classwork in spite of a fractured left hand. Similarly, pre-primary graduation day, science project presentation, class paintings, annual day performances, etc. have all been appreciated.  Participating in much loved sports such as Skating and Swimming have also been rewarding. Most of all, appreciation from my parents has always encouraged me to take up newer challenges and perform at my very best.  Varad Sadvilkar  Grade - 5A   Billabong High International School Thane

Appreciation - Aaditri Bhise

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Appreciation We want to be appreciated for what we are, what we do and what we achieve. Aaditri Bhise Grade - 5 A Billabong High International School Thane

The Joy of Appreciation - Aashay Nimish Gaitonde

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It always feels great to be appreciated. It is a beautiful feeling when people around you encourage you for the different things you do in life, both big and small. Appreciation motivates you to try harder in whatever you do and be a better version of yourself. I would like to share a couple of incidents recently that I remember when I was received praise and appreciation. Winning an inter-school roller-skating race I once participated in an inter-school roller skating event where I came second in the Finals. I won a trophy & my parents were elated. I have been skating since I was six years old, so it was a wonderful moment. They hugged me and rewarded me by taking me to a “Marvel Studio” to visit my favourite comic superheroes and their film set. Here are some of the pictures taken - Even today, my mom & dad always take time out to drop me at skating class every day & this motivates me to keep practising and being a better skater day by day!  Securing the First rank in the

Appreciation - Asmi Patankar

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  Appreciation I quite vividly remember the first time I needed some appreciation. Many years ago, when I was in Playgroup, I heard my teachers say that I could not scribble properly like the other children in my class. Later, when I came home, I told my father all about what I heard. He said, "Asmi, I know you tried your best. Now, please show me your drawing."  After I showed him, he replied, "But these are beautiful! You can really improve once you are older." And honestly, with the help of my art teachers, now I can draw much better than anyone could have expected from a girl who once could not even scribble! I am sure that this could not have happened without my father appreciating me or without the support of my art teachers. Asmi Patankar Grade 5 Billabong High International School, Thane

Appreciate Everything - Rananjaysinh Rajput

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  Appreciate Everything! I’m thankful for the invention of cars. But also, for ice cream and chocolate bars! I wonder which I appreciate the most? But while thinking, I remember, I even like to eat toast! And by the name of toast, I recognize butter. But then, I think that jam is a much bigger competitor! Oh! I can’t stop liking things! And yes, I even like paintings, birds and many more. Besides, how can I forget a toy store! Now I know what I appreciate the most. It’s not a car, neither a spring. In fact, it is everything! A poem appreciating all the joys in life!  By Rananjaysinh Rajput  Grade 5A, Billabong High International School Thane

Appreciation - Luke Daniel

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An appreciation from my teacher made my day! Hello everyone! I am Luke Daniel from Grade 3C from Billabong High International School Thane. I would like to share my experience on appreciation with you all. My Hindi tuition teacher appreciated me because I got the first rank in Neltas International Exam. She was kind and said getting medals at such young age is remarkable and you should get more prizes and awards and study well. That made my day! I felt happy, and I am thankful to my teacher for appreciating me. Thank you, Luke Daniel Grade 3 C Billabong High International School Thane

Appreciation - story by Arjun Rohilla

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Arjun Rohilla of Grade 5 Gyanshree School Noida shares a beautiful story to explain the Value of Appreciation. This story is about trust and betrayal, a fable about animals and how they have extra-sensory perception and live in harmony with nature. #JoyOfLearning

Appreciation for my school - Advik Aggrawal

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Appreciation for school Advik Aggrawal Grade 3B Billabong High International School, Thane

Appreciation - Arav Agarwal

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Appreciation Poem For Teachers  Dear Teachers, a heartfelt thank you for all the things you do,  Overcoming challenges and making our dreams come true!  You have not only taught us to read and write,  But also taught us to be kind, loving and polite!  You were the true warrior in this pandemic,  And made sure that we have the best academic!  You are awesome teachers and work tirelessly to make our future. Thank you dear teachers!!   Arav Agarwal  Grade-5C  Billabong High International School Thane

Amazing Hostel Life - Linisha Agarwal

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  Hostel life gives the flexibility to fly within as well as outside in the open and seek knowledge from all dimensions. This life brings out the best in you and offers extremely valuable memories forever. Not all memories are pleasant, a few of them are unquestionably terrible; however, most of them are beautiful and priceless.  During the hostel stay, students learn to live with different types of people, and hostel life also increases their level of patience. It prepares them to easily accept practical challenges in life. The students learn many things within the hostel. Students help and assist one another in the hour of need and become lifelong friends and are ready to endure any kind of hardship with each other and for one another.   Furthermore, in a hostel, the individuals learn to become independent. Within the hostel, students should sleep in keeping with the rules of the hostel. They have to return to life on time, work on time, have food on time, study on time, in short, fo

Appreciation - Anushri Palnitkar

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Appreciation is a feeling of gratefulness. Appreciation makes us feel valued, responsible and acknowledged.  It gives us confidence and motivates us to work hard. 

मेरी माँ - खुशान बम्बोली

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मेरी माँ का नाम कामिनी है।                  मेरी माँ बहुत प्यारी और समझदार है।                              वह खाना बहुत ही स्वादिष्ट बनाती है।                                   घर में सभी उनका सम्मान करते है।                                      मेरी माँ मेरा खूब ख्याल रखती है।                                           मेरी माँ रोज मुझे स्कूल का होमवर्क करने में मदद करती है।             मेरी माँ बहुत ही धार्मिक है।।             मेरी माँ मेरी सबसे अच्छी दोस्त है।।                                  वह मुझे सारी चीजें बहुत ही अच्छे से समझाती है।                    वह मुझे हमेशा आगे बढ़ने की प्रेरणा देती है।।                           वह मुझे सोते वक्त अच्छी कहानियाँ सुनाती है।                      मुझे मेरी माँ पर गर्व हैl खुशान बम्बोली  कक्षा I दी फैबइंडिया स्कूल

Happiness - Vedvee Solanki

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Happiness seems to be the thing that everyone searches for and desires. These days there are so many different things that can make a person happy. Happiness to me is a sort of inner contentment that deep down. I desire just as much as any other person. The word happiness is a complex one and comes in many definitions for every different person. Happiness is not just a word. Instead, it is related to one's whole life or feeling. It is difficult to describe happiness in words; it can only be felt.            Vedvee Solanki  Class - VI The Fabindia School

My Good School - Tamanna Solanki

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If I could... Erase all the pain, Etched on each and every face. Reach out to all those, Who are famished to death. Console all the hearts, Who are mourning their lost ones? Kill the helplessness,  Of not meeting each other. Return all the smiles, Missing in every face. And finally,  Open all the closed doors, Of my beloved learning centre ‐ my school. My school that is my energy drink, My school that is my power nap, My school is 'My Good School'. Tamanna Solanki  Class ‐ VII B The Fabindia School