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Highlights of the week

Highlights of the week

Circle Time:

Revision of the rhymes done till date.

Phonological Awareness :

  • Activities related to Listening skills were conducted.
  • Language development.
  • Drill: Where do you see materials?

Closing circle:

  • Story: Monkey and the crocodile

Read aloud:

  • Read aloud from Jr. KG monthly book list

Handwork:

  • Lacing frames

Artwork:

  • Sponge painting

Cooking:

  • Shahi Tukda

Math:

  • Revision of subitizing using manipulatives.
  • Oral counting from 1-20.
  • Revision of patterns, after numbers,  greater/less than and equal by using different manipulatives
  • Association of numbers till 9

UOI:

  • TDT: How the world works
  • Central Idea: We find different materials in the surrounding and they behave differently.
  • Introduction of the concept -Magnetic and non magnetic objects.
  • Revision for the concept soluble and insoluble
  • Revision for the concept Absorption

Language:

  • Revision of previous sounds ‘s’ ‘a’, ‘t’ ,‘i’, ‘p’ ‘n’ and ‘ck’.
  • Introduction of the letter sound ‘e’  through a Jolly Phonics story.
  • Formation and action of the letter ‘e’.
  • The Jolly Phonics letter ‘e’ song.
  • www.starfall.com for the revision of letter ‘e’
  • Tracing of letter ‘e’ using sand and flour tray.
  • Blending.

Homework:

Math: Math booklet page number :50

Language : Language booklet page number: 9 and 13

Note :- The fruit day of the following sections:

  • Kindly return the Reading magic books on every Friday or Monday.
  • If your child is reflecting at home kindly acknowledge the HRT through daily diary.

Happy Weekend !!

Regards,

Jr. KG Team

 

Highlights of the week

Highlights of the week

Circle Time:

Revision of the rhymes done till date.

Phonological Awareness :

  • Activities related to Listening skills were conducted.
  • Language development.
  • Drill: What is your Surname?

             My Surname is ……….

Closing circle:

  • Story: The Three Billy Goats Gruff

Read aloud:

  • Read aloud from Jr. KG monthly book list.

Handwork:  

  • Making model or toy using clay with chakla and belan.

Artwork:

  • Drawing ‘L’  with oil pastels.

Cooking:

  • Making fruit cream

Math:

  • Revision of subitizing using manipulatives.
  • Oral counting from 1-20.
  • Revision of pattern and after number
  • Introduction of Number ‘7’ using different manipulatives
  • Introduction of greater than, less than, equal to
  • Association of numbers till 7

UOI:

  • TDT: How the world works
  • Central Idea: We find different materials in the surrounding and they behave differently.
  • Tuning in activity was conducted through exploration table.

 

  • Language:
  • Revision of previous sounds ‘s’ ‘a’, ‘t’ and ‘i’
  • Introduction of the letter sound ‘p’ through a Jolly Phonics story.
  • Formation and action of the letter ‘p’
  • Blending.
  • The Jolly Phonics letter ‘p’ song.
  • Tracing of letter ‘P’ using sand and flour tray.

Homework:   

Math: Page no. 16 and 17 in math booklet (count and match)

Language : Worksheet page no 5

(Kindly use crayons)

Note :- The fruit days of the following sections:

  • Monday – Jr. KG White, Orange, Yellow, Blue
  • Tuesday- Jr.KG Green, Violet, Indigo, Red

     Kindly return Reading magic books on every Friday

 

Happy Weekend !!

Regards,

Jr.KG team.

LAST DAY POTLUCK PARTY

LAST DAY POTLUCK PARTY

Dear Parents,

As we approach towards the culmination of this year, it’s time to make some sweet memories. We would like to end this journey with a “Crispy snack bite” for our lovely kids. So moms get on your toes, as the POTLUCK is due on 24th April,Tuesday. Kindly follow the menu and quantity mentioned below and send food item accordingly.  (For eg. One child will get sufficient food for 4 kids)

 

Menu (per child) Name of the child
French fries/smileys Aarika, Aarush G, Aarush J, Amairra, Ayaan
Cheese Samosa(5-6 pieces) Hasti, Harmish, Hethica, Hridhaan, Ish
Cup cake (5 pieces per child) Jiyan , Jiyansh, Kena, Veera D, Nandini
Popcorn(5 small packets) Neilanjan, Pulkit, Riaan, Sanaya, Veera S

Regards,

Nursery team.

Important note

Important note

Dear parents,

We will be visiting Funky monkey on 9th April, Monday during our school hours. The amount of Rs 150 will be deducted from your child’s imprest amount.

Homework of the week:                                                                                                         

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

Regards,                                                                                                                                      Nursery team.

Important note

Important note

Dear parents,
Please make a note that from now onward we will not be issuing any library books for Reading magic. If you have any library book than kindly return it on Monday.
We will be issuing books from cycle 32 and 33 for summer reading.
Home work : Colour as per given instructions
                         Farm animal: Blue and Load carrying animal: Red
 Regards,
Nursery team
Highlights of the week : 19th Mar to 23rd Mar

Highlights of the week : 19th Mar to 23rd Mar

Circle Time :

Introduction to the rhyme:

Handy Spandy

Handy Spandy Jack-a-Dandy

Loved plumcake and sugar candy;

He bought some at a grocer’s shop,

And out he came, hop, hop, hop

                              By Anonymous

Read aloud of the following books:

  1. Stellaluna by Janell Cannon
  2. Whoever You Are by Leslie Staub
  3. I lost my tooth by Hans Wilhelm
  4. Itchy Itchy Chicken Pox by Grace Maccarone
  5. Bubbles Finds A Red Ball by NA
  6. Play Time by Rachel Elliot
  7. Packing my Bag by Alison Hawes and Sarah Jennings

UOI:

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

  • Revision of all the concepts done till now.

Language:

  • Picture talk
  • Listening activity

Math:

  • Revision of Shapes and Pre math

Homework:

Math : Colour the correct object to complete the pattern.

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 : 12th Mar to 16th Mar

Highlights of the week : 12th Mar to 16th Mar

Circle Time :

Revision of all the rhymes.

Read aloud of the following books:

  1. The Wednesday Bazaar by Neha Singh and Sonal gupta
  2. Wild Cats by Diane Muldrow
  3. Takdir The Tiger Cub by Latika Nath Rana
  4. One Spinning Spider by Sally Crabtree
  5. Ready, Set, Hop!! By Stuart J. Murphy
  6. Mew Mew by Dennis Fertig

UOI:

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

  • Revision of all the concepts done till now.

Language:

  • Special event: Story with prop
  • Picture talk.

Math:

  • Revision of identification and quantification of numbers through manipulatives.

Homework:

UOI : Colour the load carrying 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 the week : 26th Feb to 1st March

Highlights of the week : 26th Feb to 1st March

Circle Time :

Revision of all the rhymes.

Read aloud of the following books:

  1. I Hate Bedtime! By Hans Wilhelm
  2. Olivia Goes To Library by Pat Resnick
  3. How Many Stars In The Sky? By James e. Ransome
  4. Be Patient, Monty by NA
  5. Daisy Has The Hiccups by Macmillan English Explorers
  6. Our Den by Gabby Pritchard and Alessia Girasole

UOI:

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

  • Revision of types of animals.

UOI:

Central idea: We play to explore and have fun.

  • Fms : Cutting clay with birthday knife.

Language:

  • Word of the week: Wild
  • Revision of pre writing strokes.

Math:

  • Revision of all the concepts done till now.

Homework:

Language: Draw the slanting line

Note:

 

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

 

Regards,

Nursery Team

 

MUD PLAY

MUD PLAY

Oh the joys of mud !! Playing in the mud inspires children to feel a connection to nature and develop an appreciation for the environment. Recent research has shown that dirt contains microscopic bacteria which stimulates the immune system and helps us to calm and relax . Here are  a few glimpse where Nursery kids were given a chance to play with mud and explore the environment. 

(http://www.communityplaythings.com/resources/articles/2016/the-benefits-of-mud-play)

Regards,

Nursery team.