Students work hard at school.
But school isn't all work. Schools also have celebrations.
Some celebrations raise money for a school.
Others are just for fun.
Schools in America have festivals or carnivals.
Students and parents sell food and drinks. There are games, too.
Sometimes students perform. They sing or dance for parents and friends.
In Asia, schools hold parties, too.
These often celebrate the school's birthday or anniversary.
Students decorate their school.
They prepare food. They also prepare games.
People can play these and win prizes.
Students invite guests.
Former students often attend, too.
The guests can look around the school.
The celebration lasts all day. Everyone has fun.
Many schools also have sports days.
On sports days, students run races.
They throw or kick balls. They also jump.
Sometimes there are also silly races.
Students work in teams. For example, each team member carries an egg in a spoon.
They carry it across a field and back. They can't drop the egg!
Sports days are fun for everyone.