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Indira Holiday Home kids celebrate wildlife

The students of Indira Holiday Home Preparatory School, Chandigarh, made paper craft during an online activity organised to mark Wildlife Week.

ht-school Updated: Oct 14, 2020, 17:06 IST
HT Correspondent
HT Correspondent
Hindustan Times, Chandigarh
A student of Indira Holiday Home Preparatory School, Chandigarh, showing her artwork.
A student of Indira Holiday Home Preparatory School, Chandigarh, showing her artwork.

The students of Indira Holiday Home Preparatory School, Chandigarh, made paper craft during an online activity organised to mark Wildlife Week.

Parents posted their pictures on the school WhatsApp group.

Principal Ravinder Kaur said that the school has been organising such activities regularly so that the students know more about wild animals.

The week is celebrated every year in India between October 1 and 8.

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