Highlights of the week : 10th – 14th September

Highlights of the week : 10th – 14th September

Circle Time

Revision of Rhymes:

  1. Good morning dear Earth
  2. Each like a petal of one great flower

Introduction of Rhyme:

 

The colorful lights the tasty modaks

It must be the time of the year again

Welcome Ganesha, welcome Ganesha,

Welcome my favorite guest

I greet you with flowers, fruits and lamps

I greet you with songs, sweets and incense

Welcome Ganesha, welcome Ganesha,

Welcome my favorite guest.

1 2 3 4 5 6 the days pass by ever so quick

7 & 8, 9 & 10 time to say goodbye again,

Goodbye Ganesha, Goodbye Ganesha,

Goodbye my favorite guest

I bid you farewell with tears in my eyes,

See you next year

when I am older and wise

Goodbye Ganesha, Goodbye Ganesha,

Goodbye my favorite guest.

-Steiner Verses

 

Phonological Awareness :

  • Alliterative sentences
  • Identification of Final sound in name
  • Word chain game

Read aloud:

Read aloud from Sr. KG monthly book list.

Artwork: Paper cutting using scissors

Handwork : Making of Ganesha idol using clay

Cooking:    Patra making

 

Closing circle story :  The napping house

UOI :

Transdisciplinary theme: Where we are in place and time.

Central idea: Homes reflect cultural influences and local conditions.

  • Field Trip to visit mud houses and  Sheri houses.
  • Story: “The three little pigs”
  • Classroom discussion about the different materials used to build a house.

 

Transdisciplinary theme: How we express ourselves

Central idea: Celebrations and traditions are expressions of shared beliefs and values.

 

  • Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration: Significance and story was catered.

Math:

  • Introduction of number names (Eleven to Fifteen)
  • Writing number names Eleven to Fifteen on the slate.
  • Introduction of 3 attributes pattern.(identifying, extending, creating).
  • Revision of numbers 1-50, 50-1.

 

Language:

      

  • Revision of previously taught letter sounds ( c, k, e, h, r, m, d, g, o, u, l, f, b) and blends br, cr, gr, fr, dr, pr, tr, bl, cl, fl, gl dl, pl, tl.
  • Introduction of digraph /oa/ and /ie/ through a story
  • /oa/ and /ie/ – song and action
  • Blending and segmenting of /oa/ and /ie/ words
  • Dictation of /oa/ and /ie/ words on slate.
  • Jolly Phonics Pupil Book 1- Pg No. 22 and 23
  • Word list:

 

/oa/ words /ie/ words
oak, oats, goal, float, load, loaf, soap, coast, road, soak, goat, coat, boat, moan. pie, die, lie, untie, cries, fries, flies, fried, dried, spied, tried, tie.

 

 

Homework:

Math:  Math workbook page number 25

 

Language: Worksheet

 

Important note:

  • Kindly ensure that you send fruits for home meal break on the respective Fruit days.

Thursday (Ignite, Blaze, Glimmer and Glitter)

Friday (Sparkle, Kindle, Dazzle and Shine)

 

Have a wonderful weekend !

Regards,

Sr.KG Team

 

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