Games are an important aspect in the holistic development of a child and generally involve mental or physical stimulation, often both. Learners of Stage 4A organised two game stalls as a part of the Founder’s Day celebrations and witnessed the participation of parents and guests. Learners put two game stalls namely – ‘Defying Gravity’ based on the concept of the gravitational pull of the earth which required the player to keep three inflated balloons in the air for a duration of one minute and ‘Separation Anxiety’ which involved separating thermocol balls of individual colours in three separate glasses by sucking it with a straw. It was a wonderful experience for both the learners and guests.