An essential part of preschool learning is the recognition of colours. Mother’s Pride celebrates days dedicated to different colours, to develop student’s cognitive learning. As children learn to identify colours, they can sort and classify objects around them based on this attribute. Teaching children colours is a great way to give them some vocabulary for describing the world around them. Yellow Colour Day was celebrated to introduce Prideens to the colour of sunshine, hope, and happiness. The Prideens radiated with the brightness of the Sun, dressed up in yellow colour. The Yellow friend of children Tweeny brought a pitara to the class with yellow coloured objects. The fine motor and creative skills were enhanced by encouraging children to make yellow flowers in a sketch file with Tweeny, using crushed tissue paper. Children enjoyed eating Yellow coloured food items with their friends and teachers.