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Highlights of 15th Jan to 19th Jan

Highlights of 15th Jan to 19th Jan

Circle Time :

Introduction to the rhymes:

 

  • Horsey horsey
  • Jungle safari

Lyrics of the Rhymes:

HORSEY-HORSEY

  Horsey! Horsey don’t you stop,

  Just let your feet go clippity clop.

  The tail goes swish,

And the wheels go round, giddy up.

  We’re homeward bound.

                    By Anonymous

JUNGLE SAFARI

Jungle safari………Huh hah huh! (2)

Look at the animals everywhere.

Listen for the animal’s sounds in the air.

Can you hear the monkeys?

OOH OOH AHH AHH (2)

Can you hear the lions?

Roar ………..Roar

Can you hear the elephants?

TRUMPET ………. TRUMPET

Can you hear the snakes?

SSSSSSSSSSSSSS

Jungle Safari…….Huh hah huh. (3)

                             By Anonymous

Read aloud of the following books:

  1. Biscuit by Alyssa Satin Capucilli
  2. Chicks by Sandra Horning
  3. Old Macdonald Had A Farm by David Ellwand
  4. That’s Not My Lion by Fiona Watt
  5. The Fram Book by  Jan Pfloog
  6. Monkey See, MOnkey Do by Marc Gave
  7. Lullaby Moon By Rosie Reeve

UOI:

Central idea: Animals and people interact in different ways in different contexts.

  • Introduction of farm animals and their baby animals.
  • VA activity: Sheep and Cat
  • Show and tell of Farm animals

UOI:

Central idea: We play to explore and have fun.

  • FMS activities: pouring water through funnel and threading beads.
  • Treasure hunt in sandpit.

Language:

  • Word of the week: Farm animals
  • Simple sentence through TPR (Total Physical Response).

Math:

  • Quantification and association of numbers 11 to 15 through manipulatives.
  • Sorting through shapes and colours.
  • Revision of numbers 1 to 9.

Homework :

 

  • UOI : Colour the farm animals.

 

Note:

 

  • Kindly share your child’s reflection through daily diary, so we can display it on the action board.

 

Regards,

Nursery Team

 

Highlights of 8th Jan – 12th Jan

Highlights of 8th Jan – 12th Jan

Circle Time :

Introduction to the rhymes:

 

  • I’m a little piggy
  • Moo moo brown cow
  • Winter winds

 

Lyrics of the Rhymes:

I’M A LITTLE PIGGY

(Tune: “I’m a Little Teapot”)

I’m a little piggy

With a round big nose.

I’m all pink

From my head to my toes.

Here’s my piggy tail,

As you can see,

It’s pink and curly

As it can be

                By Anonymous

 

MOO MOO BROWN COW

Moo Moo brown Cow, have you milk for me?

Yes Sir, yes Sir, as white as can be!

Churn it into butter or make it into cheese,

Freeze it into ice-cream or drink it if you please!

Cluck, cluck red Hen, have you any eggs?

Yes Sir, yes Sir, as many as your legs.

One for breakfast and one for lunch,

Come back tomorrow and I’ll have another bunch!

                                 By Anonymous

WINTER WINDS

Icy fingers, icy toes,

Bright red cheeks and bright red nose.

Watch the wind as it blow

Try so hard not to feel it cold.

                            By Anonymous

Read aloud of the following books:

  1. Vegetable Soup by Ann Morris
  2. Tiptoe To Kindergarten by Jacqueline Rogers
  3. Who Builds? By Michael Rex
  4. An Amazing Snowman by Barbara Jean Hicks
  5. Jack And Lily Go To The Farm by Moira Butterfield
  6. Zoo Babies by NA
  7. Whose Ears Are These? By Peg Hall

UOI:

Central idea: Animals and people interact in different ways in different contexts.

  • Tuning in activity
  • Introduction of farm animals
  • Field trip : KG farm

UOI:

Central idea: We play to explore and have fun.

  • Potato peeling and mashing activity
  • Exploring colours through painting tools.
  • Art and craft: Kite making

Language:

  • Word of the week: Farm animals
  • Pre writing strokes : Sleeping line
  • Simple sentence through TPR (Total Physical Response).

Math:

  • Quantification and association of numbers 11 to 15 through manipulatives.
  • Sorting through shapes and colours.
  • Revision of numbers 1 to 9.

Homework :

 

  • Language worksheet: Draw the standing lines to connect the flowers.

 

Note:

 

  • Kindly share your child’s reflection through daily diary, so we can display it on the action board.

 

Regards,

Nursery Team

 

Highlights of 18th Dec to 29th Dec

Highlights of 18th Dec to 29th Dec

Circle Time :

 

  • Revision of all the rhymes

 

Read aloud of the following books:

  1. Scratch And Sniff Christmas
  2. Jalebi Curls by Niveditha Subramaniam
  3. I Can Dress Myself : picture book
  4. I Love Dogs by Barney Saltzberg
  5. Meet Babar And His Family by Laurent De Brunhoff
  6. The Very Hungry Caterpillar Finger Puppet Book by Eric Carle
  7. You Are Special, Little One by Nancy Tafuri
  8. Dora’s Big Dig by Alison Inches
  9. Beach Bunny by Jennifer Selby
  10. Blue’s Big Birthday by Angela C. Santomero
  11. Night Shift Daddy by Eileen Spinelli

UOI:

Central idea: Family and friends play an important role in our life.

  • Revision of the unit through role play and discussion.
  • Field trip to ‘Farm’

UOI:

Central idea: We play to explore and have fun.

  • Engagements to develop fine motor skills were conducted through learning centres.

Language:

  • Word of the week: Discipline
  • Picture talk
  • Show and tell of ‘Sphere’ shape objects.

Math:

  • Quantification and association of numbers 11 to 15 through manipulatives.
  • Revision of shapes.
  • Introduction of number ‘9’
  • Introduction of ‘sphere’ shape

Homework :

 

  • Math worksheet: Count and colour the pictures in each row.

Note:

 

  • Kindly share your child’s reflection through daily diary, so we can display it on the action board.

 

Regards,

Nursery Team

 

Field trip to Farm

Field trip to Farm

As a part of our on going unit ” Family and Friends” , Nursery kids went to the ‘Farm’

where they played various games and did many activities. All the students really enjoyed themselves playing and sharing different toys with their friends. It helped them develop their social skills and mingle up with their peers.

We appreciate the efforts taken by parents  for such good arrangements and giving their valuable time.

Thanks and regards,

Nursery Team.

A few glimpses of the same are:

 

 

 

Important Note

Important Note

Dear parents,

As a part of our on going unit ” Family and friends”, we have planned a picnic to a farm house on Friday, 22nd December 2017. The students have to reach Vanita Vishram ground (Opp. Mahavir Cardiac Hospital) by 8:30 am.  Also make a note, you have to pick your child up from VANITA VISHRAM GROUND at 1:30 pm sharp. We request you to be on time.

Important points:

1. Students have to come in full uniform along with their I-cards.

2. Kindly send  lunch box with a heavy meal and water bottle.(Friday food policy will be followed).

3. Send one extra pair of clothes and an outdoor game or a toy in their bag. Please label all the belongings.

4. Do remember to bring the bearer card when you come to pick up your child.

Regards,

Jimmi and Priyanka.

Highlights : 4th Dec to 15th Dec

Highlights : 4th Dec to 15th Dec

Circle Time :  

Introduction to the rhyme:

 

  • Sally the camel has 5 humps
  • Morning has come

 

 

Lyrics of the rhyme:      

      Sally the camel

Sally the camel has 5 humps
Sally the camel has 5 humps
Sally the camel has 5 humps
So ride Sally ride boom, boom, boom, boom.

Sally the camel has 4 humps
Sally the camel has 4 humps
Sally the camel has 4 humps
So ride Sally ride boom, boom, boom, boom.

Sally the camel has 3 humps
Sally the camel has 3 humps
Sally the camel has 3 humps
So ride Sally ride boom, boom, boom, boom.

Sally the camel has 2 humps
Sally the camel has 2 humps
Sally the camel has 2 humps
So ride Sally ride boom, boom, boom, boom.

Sally the camel has 1 hump
Sally the camel has 1 hump
Sally the camel has 1 hump

                                                 By Barney

 

Morning has come

Morning has come

Night is away

Rise with the sun

And welcome the day

 

Subah huii

Raat dhali

Uth jaao sab

Din ka swagat kare

                                     By Anonymous

Read aloud of the following books:

  1. Sisters Are For Making Sand Castles by Harriet Ziefert
  2. Bruno Gets Lost by NA
  3. The Frog King by Bedtime Stories
  4. Who Lives Here.? By Kaz Lammie
  5. Sowing A Seed illustrated by Shraddha Kirkire
  6. What Color? By Anthea Sieveking
  7. Playtime by Lynn Breeze
  8. Mummy and Me by Emma Chichester Clark
  9. Momma Will you? By Dori Chaconas
  10. Who Is Who? By Patrica C. McKisscak
  11. Noisy Crows by Kanchan Bannerjee
  12. Mullah Nasruddin by Sumathi Sudhakar
  13. Here Comes Winter! By Michi Fujimoto
  14. The Last Lemon by Alison Hawes

UOI:

Central idea: Family and friends play an important role in our life.

  • Role play on ‘Joint family’ by teachers.
  • Integration with VA : Family scenery.
  • Revision of ‘Nuclear’ and ‘Joint’ family

UOI:

Central idea: We play to explore and have fun.

  • Bhel making activity
  • Exploring school areas.

Language:

  • Word of the week: Responsibility
  • Picture talk
  • Revision of Morning drills

Math:

  • Quantification and association of numbers 11 to 15 through manipulatives.
  • Revision of shapes.
  • Introduction of number ‘8’.
  • Integration with VA : Identify the number 1 to 8 and put dots accordingly.

Homework : Colour the pumpkin according to the given colours

Note:

 

  • Kindly share your child’s reflection through daily diary, so we can display it on the action board.

 

Regards,

Nursery Team

 

PTC SLOTS FOR NURSERY

PTC SLOTS FOR NURSERY

Dear Parents,

Mentioned below are the timings for the Parent Teacher Conference on (25/11/2017, Saturday) booked by you. For the parents who did not book, the slots are allotted on the basis of availability. Kindly go through your child’s Term-1 report that has been shared.

Kindly be on time and adhere to the time slot allotted to you.  

Number Name Timings
1 Neilanjan Goyal 7:25  to 7:45 am
2 Hasti Chheta 7:45 to 8:05 am
3 Veera Sutaria 8:05 to 8:25 am
4 Nandini Mistry 8:40 to 9:00 am
5 Aarika shah 9:00 to 9:20 am
6 Aarush Jawalekar 9:20 to 9:40 am
7 Ayaan Koshiya 9:40 to 10:00 am
8 Aarush Gujarati 10:00 to 10:20 am
9 Riaan Karak 10:20 to 10: 40 am
10 Harmish Kamalia 10:40 to 11:00 am
11 Ish Dholakia 11:00 to 11:20 am
12 Pulkit Poddar 11:20 to 11:40 am
13 Hridhaan Agarwal 11:40 to 12:00 pm
14 Amairra Khurana 12:30 to 12:50 pm
15 Hethica Saraf 12:50 to 1:10 pm
16 Sanaya Kothari 1:10 to 1:30 pm
17 Jiyansh Gupta 1:30 to 1:50 pm
18 Jiyan Patel 1:50 to 2:10 pm
19 Kena Desai 2:10 to 2:30 pm
20 Veera Desai 2:30 to 2:50 pm

Regards,

Jimmi and Priyanka

Highlights of the week 20th Nov to 24th Nov

Highlights of the week 20th Nov to 24th Nov

Circle Time :  

Revision of all the rhymes.

Read aloud of the following books:

  1. In My Pocket by June Crebbin
  2. Let’s Be Polite by NA
  3. The Woman And The Crow by Shankar
  4. People Who Help Us by NA
  5. Baby Bear, Baby Bear What Do You See? by Eric Carle
  6. I’m a Good Friend! by David Parker
  7. Brothers and Sisters by Ellen B. Senisi
  8. Oliva’s Opposites by Ian Falconer.

UOI:

Central idea: Family and friends play an important role in our life.

 

  • Segregation of their family photo as per ‘joint’ and ‘nuclear’ family.

 

  • Integration with VA: Students made ‘Mother puppet’ using paper bag.

UOI:

Central idea: We play to explore and have fun.

 

  • Fine motor activity: Cutting clay with birthday knife.

 

  • Foam play

Language:

  • Word of the week: Nuclear family

 

  • Morning drill: Mother’s name and Father’s name.

 

  • Picture talk: Birthday party.

Math:

  • Quantification and association of number 11 and 12 through manipulatives.
  • Introduction of ‘cube’ shape.

Homework :

Math worksheet: Colour the triangles

Note:

 

  • Kindly share your child’s reflection through daily diary, so we can display it on the action board.

Regards,

Nursery Team

 

Highlights of the week 6th Nov to 10th Nov

Highlights of the week 6th Nov to 10th Nov

Circle Time :  

Introduction to the rhyme:

  • D-A-D

Lyrics of the rhymes:

D-A-D  

(Sung​ ​to:​ ​”Jingle​ ​bells”)  

D-A-D,​ ​D-A-D,  

Dad​ ​is​ ​my​ ​best​ ​friend.  

We​ ​play​ ​games,​ ​we​ ​go​ ​the​ ​park,  

The​ ​fun​ ​just​ ​never​ ​ends!  

D-A-D,​ ​D-A-D,  

I​ ​love​ ​to​ ​hold​ ​your​ ​hand.  

It​ ​feels​ ​so​ ​good,​ ​it​ ​feels​ ​so​ ​safe,  

You’re​ ​the​ ​best​ ​dad​ ​in​ ​this​ ​land!

                                               By Anja’s circle time.

Read aloud of the following books:

 

  1. I’m Glad I’m Your Grandma by Bill and Kathy Horlacher
  2. From The Pink Foot To The Family Toe by Julie Rosoman
  3. Who Wants A Ride? By Robin Bernard
  4. Just Me And My Dad by Mercer Mayer
  5. Cliford’s Tricks by Norman Bridwell
  6. I Love My Cloth by Amber Stewart and Layn Marlow

 

UOI:

Central idea: Family and friends play an important role in our life.

  • Learners made their Family portrait on slate.
  • Discussion on Types of family.

Language:

  • Word of the week: Independent
  • Show n tell of Family photo

Math:

  • Revision of Pre math concepts.
  • Revision of quantification of numbers till 10 and identification of numbers 1 to 5.

Homework :

  • Math worksheet : Circle and colour the biggest object.                

Note:

 

  • Kindly share your child’s reflection through daily diary, so we can display it on the action board.

Regards,

Nursery Team