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Highlights of the week -2nd January to 5th January

Highlights of the week -2nd January to 5th January

Circle Time

Phonological Awareness – Learning engagements for ‘Rhyming words’.

Word of the week: principled

Morning message: We do what we say. We are responsible for what we do.

Structure Drill : What is your address?

                        My address is ____________.

 

Rhyme:

Revision of all the Rhymes

Introduction of rhyme:

Patang

Laal-peeli-kaali-neeli

Patang meri rang birangi.

Sar-sar-sar-sar udti jaati

Far-far-far-far woh lahrati.

Hawa ke sung naachti-gaati

Kat kar door ser ko jaati.

 

Language

Read aloud: Jr. KG monthly read aloud list.

Revision: letter sounds and blending

Learning Centres- letter ‘j’ & ‘z’

Introduction: letter ‘w’ through Jolly Phonics story

My ‘w’ book

Revision of tricky words – live, give

Introduction of tricky word- little

 

Math

Revision of concepts through learning centers (Seriation, Quantification)

‘Show and Tell’ activity- Cuboid shaped objects

 

UOI

TDT: How we express ourselves.

Central Idea: Stories are told in a variety of ways for different purposes.

Summative Assessment

 

Co Curricular Activities

“The hands are  unique and  beautiful part of the human body, and they bring us important and far-reaching experiences.Therefore as teachers we have tried to help the children become aware of their hands and the great gift they bestow on themselves and others.”

http://www.waldorflibrary.org/images/stories/Journal_Articles/handworklivingston.pdf

We have included a few  activities in our curriculum which will help the children not only develop their fine motor skills but also develop confidence, concentration, thinking. We are conducting activities like cutting fruits, sweeping  dried leaves, mopping, kneading  dough and peeling  peas. We will keep adding new activities.

 

Homework

Language:  Tricky words booklet page no. 15

Math: Math booklet – Page no. 10 & 16

 

Happy Weekend!!

Regards,

Jr.KG Team.

 

PTC 1 Final Slots

PTC 1 Final Slots

Dear Parents,

Kindly find the final list of your  booked  slots for PTC , scheduled on Saturday, 25th November 2017. Kindly be on time.

Looking forward to see you.

 

No Start Time End Time Names
1 7:25 am 7:45 am Dhyey Gediya
2 7:45 am 8:05 am Aarna Shah
3 8:05 am 8:25 am Pritish Maheshwari
BREAK (8:25 am- 8:40 am)
4 8:40 am 9:00 am Harshiv Bodawala
5 9:00 am 9:20 am Riddhi Hirawat
6 9:20 am 9:40 am Mann Mulchandani
7 9:40 am 10:00 am Mishka Thumar
8 10:00 am 10:20 am Dravya Harkhani
9 10:20 am 10:40 am prayag Shah
10 10:40 am 11:00 am Hannah Taneja
11 11:00 am 11:20 am Ayanna Chawla
12 11:20 am 11:40 am Saavi Bhutra
13 11:40 am 12:00 noon Utkarsh Mashruwala
BREAK (12:00 noon – 12:30 pm)
14 12:30 pm 12:50 pm Adwitta Tibrewala
15 12:50 pm 13:10 pm Dhivaan Dhameliya
16 13:10 pm 13:30 pm Reet Chandak
17 13:30 pm 13:50 pm Naksh Vishnani
18 13:50 pm 14:10 pm Bhargav Bavadiya
19 14:10 pm 14:30 pm Shrisha Sukhadiya
20 14:30 pm 14:50 pm Myra Diwan

Regards

Tasnim Batliwala

Highlights of the week

Highlights of the week

Circle Time


Phonological Awareness – Various activities to enhance  listening skills

                                               Various activities on  Alliteration


Revision of rhyme: One two three four five, Once I caught a fish alive…

Introduction of rhyme:

Round And Round the Garden

Round and round the garden
Like a teddy bear
One step, two step
Tickle you under there!

Round and round the garden
Like a monkey
One step, two step
Tickle you under there!

Round and round the garden
Like a little deer
One step, two step
Tickle you under there!

Round and round the garden
Like a little piggy
One step, two step
Tickle you under there!

Round and round the garden
Like a teddy bear
One step, two step
Tickle you under there!

http://www.nurseryrhymes.org/round-and-round-the-garden.html

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bdUztxhMFDA




jolly phonic song: ‘g’

The water gurgles down the drain,
The water gurgles down the drain,
The water gurgles down the drain,with a g/g/g/g/g.

jolly phonic song: ‘o’

Now its dark the lights go ON ! O/O/O/O/O…
Time for bed the lights go OFF! O/O/O/O/O…

Word of the week: organize

Morning Message : We are organized, we arrange things systematically in order.

Language

Read aloud : Jr. KG monthly read aloud list.

Revision : letters and their sounds: s, a, t, i, p, n, c, k, h, e, r, m,d.

Revision : blending and tricky words       

Introduction : letter ‘g’ and ‘o’ through Jolly phonics story

Reinforcement : www.starfall.com ,  Jolly Phonics song

Read aloud : My ‘g’ book, My ‘o’ book

Writing Practice : letter ‘g’ and ‘o’ ( With slate and chalk/ tracing)


Math

Introduction : “Backward” concept through a story (The very Hungry Caterpillar By Eric Carle)

Reinforcement : “Backward” concept through a song and various learning engagements

Introduction : Number 10 through a story “Ten Christmas Lights” by Teresa Imperato

Introduction  : Common Pairs ( grandfather/ grandmother and cup/saucer)

Introduction: Venn Diagram

 

UOI

TDT : How we express ourselves

Central Idea: Stories are told in a variety of ways for different purposes.


Learning Engagement– Retelling stories through different mediums (Musical drama, mime, stick puppets)


Homework

Language : Language  Booklet – page no.  46,  49


Math : Math Booklet  – page no. 3

Happy Weekend!!

Regards,
Jr KG Team.

Highlights of the week(28th August to 1st September)

Highlights of the week(28th August to 1st September)

Circle Time:

Phonological Awareness– Various listening and rhyming words learning engagements.

Revision of all the rhymes done till date.

Introduction of new rhyme:

The Three Little Kittens
By Eliza Lee Cabot Follen

The three little kittens
They lost their mittens,
And they began to cry
Oh mother dear
We sadly fear our mittens we have lost
What! Lost your mittens? you naughty kittens!
Then you shall have no pie
Meow, meow, meow, meow,
We shall have no pie

The three little kittens
They found their mittens,
Lying on the ground
Oh mother dear,
Look here, look here, our mittens we have found
What? Found your mittens? you good little kittens!
Now you shall have some pie
Meow, meow, meow, meow,
We shall have some pie

http://www.myvoxsongs.com/video/three-little-kittens/

Drill: Which is your favourite story?
My favourite story is ________________.

Word of the week: Caring

Morning message – We love others. We help others. We share our belongings.

Language:

Read aloud : Read alouds from Jr. KG monthly read aloud list.

Show and Tell activity- ‘c’ and ‘k’ objects.

Revision of the letter and their sounds: s, a, t, i, p, n, c, k, e

Revision of blending of words- pet, sat, at, pat, pit, it, in, pin, sit, sin, tip, nap, pen.kip, cat, kin, skip, skit, skin, pen, ten, pet, set, net

Introduction of the letter “h” through Jolly phonics story followed by : Starfall link: www.starfall.com and Jolly phonics song

Revision of tricky words: I, the, she , he , we, be, me, was, to, do

Introduction of tricky words: are, all

 

Math:

Oral counting from 1-20.

Revision : Two attribute pattern
Days of the week.
Concept- More and less and after numbers

Introduction of number 7 through a story ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ by Eric Carle

Introduction of number 8 through visual art activity (making of an octopus)
Introduction of common pair: toothbrush/toothpaste

UOI:

TDT: How the world works

 

Central Idea: We find different materials in the surrounding and they behave differently.

 

Learning Engagement: Tuning in through ‘Exploratory Table’ where different types of materials were kept (eg. pencil, eraser, paper, cloth, coin, plastic, flour, grass, sand, etc.)

Read aloud: The Three Little Pigs

Homework:

Language: Letter ‘h’ Cutout booklet

Math: Math booklet-Page no. 52 and 53

 

Regards,

Jr. KG Team