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Author: Priyanka.Reliawala@fountainheadschools.org

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK (29TH OCTOBER-2ND NOVEMBER)

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK (29TH OCTOBER-2ND NOVEMBER)

Circle Time :

  • Revision of the Rhymes done till now.
  • Introduction to the rhyme.

 

LIGHT MY DIYA

Light my diya (2) Diwali is here.

We praise & sing, we laugh & greet

Diwali is here.

Eyes that shine bright, Reflecting the light.

Cheer my heart, sparkle bright On this festival of light.

Light my diya (2) Diwali is here.

Diwali is here.

We praise & sing, we laugh & greet

Burn bright my light, On this festival of light.

Let it shine through the night, It’s the festival of lights.

Light my diya (2) Diwali is here.

We praise & sing, we laugh & greet.

Diwali is here.

                               -by Steiner verses            

 

Read aloud of the following books:

  1. Trucks by Anne Rockwell
  2. Trains by Gail Gibbons

 

UOI:

Central idea: Transportation connects community near and far.

 

  • Discussion about Rail transport.

 

 

UOI:

Central idea: We play to explore and have fun.

  • Handwork : Cleaning toys.
  • Artwork : Rangoli making.

 

DIWALI FIESTA:

  • During the last working week, we celebrated Diwali by inviting parents for Handwork, Artwork and Cooking activities.

 

Closing Circle:

Story : The monkey and the cap seller

 

Wish you all Happy Diwali and Prosperous New year.!

 

Regards,

Nursery Team

Highlights of the Week (22nd to 26th October)

Highlights of the Week (22nd to 26th October)

Circle Time :

  • Revision of the Rhymes done till now.
  • Introduction to the rhyme.

दिवाली आई

दिवाली आई, दिवाली आई. खुशियों की बहार लाई।

धूम धमक धूम- धूम धूम धूम।

चकरी, बम, हवाई, इनसे बचना भाई।

दिवाली आई, दिवाली आई, खुशियों की बहार लाई।

पटाखे बाजे धूम-धूम, धूम-धूम।

नाचे गाएँ हम और तूम …? |

घर-घर दीप जलेंगे आएगी मिठाई।

दिवाली आई, दिवाली आई, खुशियों की बहार लाई।

धूम धमक धूम धूम धूम धूम।

दिवाली आई, दिवाली आई।                      

                     -Steiner Verses

Read aloud of the following books:

  1. Mother May I? By Lynn Plourde
  2. Trucks by Fiona Watt

UOI:

Central idea: Transportation connects community near and far.

 

  • Discussion of Land route vehicles.

UOI:

Central idea: We play to explore and have fun.

  • Field Trip : Aquarium
  • Artwork : Cleaning of the class
  • Cooking : Aloo tikki

Language: Games to enhance communication skills.

 

Closing Circle:

Story : The monkey and the cap seller

 

Have a great weekend.!

 

Regards,

Nursery Team

Highlights of the week 1st Oct to 5th Oct

Highlights of the week 1st Oct to 5th Oct

Circle Time :

  • Revision of the rhymes done till now.

Read aloud of the following books:

  1. A Tale of Two Dogs by Dipak Praharaj
  2. Where are you going, little mouse by Robert Kraus.

Cooking: Bhel Making

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

  • Artwork : Spray Painting
  • Handwork : Pounding

Language :

  • Show and Tell : Wild Animals.

Math:

 

  • Summative Assessment.

 

Closing Circle:

Story : The Rainbow Fish

Have a great weekend.!

Regards,

Nursery Team

 

Camel Drawing Competition

Camel Drawing Competition

Dear parents,

Like every year this year too we have the ‘Camel Art Contest’. The contest will be held on 4th October.

  1. The contest is open for all students of Early years
  2. It will be held in the school, during school hours only.
  3. Students can choose any medium comfortable for colouring and they will have to carry their own material for colouring. Pencil, eraser and paper will be provided by the school.
  4. The paper will be provided from the school and they have to draw and colour here in school itself.
  5. Topic for the competition is “My Family”.( at home or on a picnic)
  6. Selected artwork will be sent by the school to Camel for further selection and the winners will be informed through the blog.

Regards,

Nursery Team

Highlights of the week 10th Sept to 14th Sept.

Highlights of the week 10th Sept to 14th Sept.

Circle Time :

  • Introduction of the rhyme.

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)

A BIG GREY ELEPHANT

A big, grey elephant I went to see

He had four legs and he was bigger than me

He had two ears so big and round

And one long trunk that made a sound

EEEEEEEE

DEER

Spotted deer Spotted deer

With eyes so blue,

Do you love me!

As I love you..

                        -By Anonymous

Read aloud of the following books:

  1. One Ted Falls Out of Bed by Julia Donaldson and Anna Currey
  2. Grey Rabbit Odd One Out by Alan Baker

Cooking: Applying butter on bread slice.

Artwork: Footprint.

UOI:

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

  • Revision of Wild animals.

UOI:

Central idea: We play to explore and have fun

  • Playing with Terracotta clay

Language :

  • Morning drill : What is your name?

Math:

 

  • Revision Oral counting through manipulatives.

 

  • Pre math concept : Wet – Dry

Closing Circle:

Story : The lion and the mouse.

Have a great weekend.!

Regards,

Nursery Team

 

Highlights of the week 20th August to 24th August

Highlights of the week 20th August to 24th August

Circle Time :

  • Revision of the rhymes
  • Introduction of new 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.

RABBITS RABBITS 123

Rabbits Rabbits 1, 2, 3

Will you come & play with me?

Camels, Camels 4,5,6

Why do you have a hump like this?

Monkeys, Monkeys 7,8,9

Will you teach me how to climb?

When I have counted up to 10!

The Elephant says “start again”

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

 

Read aloud of the following books:

  1. Rock A Bye Farm by Diane Johnston Hamm
  2. Doing the Animal BOP by Jan Ormerod

 

Handwork : Rakhi making.

Cooking : Coconut ladoo making.

 

UOI:

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

  • Introduction to Load carry animals.

Math:

 

  • Oral counting through manipulatives.

Closing Circle:

Story : Gajapati Kulapati

 

Note:

  • Kindly share your child’s reflection through daily diary, so we can display it on the action board.
  • Kindly send Aprons or big size t shirt for handwork and artwork activities.

 

Have a great weekend.!

 

Regards,

Nursery Team

Highlights of the week 30th July to 3rd August

Highlights of the week 30th July to 3rd August

Circle Time :

  • Revision of all the rhymes done till now.
  • Bean bag activity.

Read aloud of the following books:

  1. Old Macdonald had a farm by David Ellwand
  2. What’s happening? On the Farm by Heather Amery and Stephen Cartwright

Handwork: Clay moulding.

Artwork : Making a square with pista shells.

Cooking : Coriander plucking.

UOI:

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

  • Introduction to Services animals provide.
  • Revision of Farm animals.

Language:

  • The Little Red Hen story through puppet.
  • Listening activity.

Math:

  • Revision of Square shape through guided play.

Closing Circle:

Story : The Gingerbread man

Note:

  • Kindly share your child’s reflection through daily diary, so we can display it on the action board.
  • Kindly send Aprons or big size t shirt for handwork and artwork activities.

Have a great weekend.!

Regards,

Nursery Team

Monsoon Hungama Week

Monsoon Hungama Week

Dear Parents,

Students experienced the joy of Monsoon in the “Monsoon Hungama Week”. They were involved in different activities like making paper boats and letting them sail in puddles; art and craft activity of making a rainbow; nature walk in the garden; mud play; relishing corn during the cooking slot.

Teacher also discussed about the different things we use during rainy season. Overall, students had lot of fun during the Monsoon Hungama Week.

Sharing a few glimpses:

 

Regards,

Nursery Team

Highlights of the week 16th July to 20th July

Highlights of the week 16th July to 20th July

Circle Time :

Revision of all the rhymes done till now.

Introduction to the rhymes:

 

  • Incy Wincy spider

 

Incy wincy spider climbed the water spout,

Down came the rain and washed the spider out,

Out came the sun and dried up all the rain,

And Incy wincy spider climbed the spout again.

  • Rainbow

Violet, indigo, blue and green…blue and green ……

Violet, indigo,Blue and green…..

Yellow Orange and Red

Yellow Orange and Red…..

Read aloud of the following books:

  1. The Grumpy Morning by Darcia Labrosse
  2. Farm animals by Kath Jewitt

Cooking: Removing Corn Kernels.

Handwork: Making paper boat

Art : Rainbow Making

Play: Mud Play

UOI:

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

  • Revision of Farm Animals through a book.

Language:

  • Picture Talk

Math:

  • Sorting through colors

Closing Circle:

Story : The GingerBread Man

Note:

 

  • Kindly share your child’s reflection through daily diary, so we can display it on the action board.
  • Kindly send Aprons or big size t shirt for handwork and artwork activities.

Have a great weekend.!

Regards,

Nursery Team