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Highlights and homework of the week(17th Sept-20th Sept)

Highlights and homework of the week(17th Sept-20th Sept)

Circle Time

Revision of Rhymes:

  1. Good morning dear Earth
  2. Each like a petal of one great flower
  3. The colour lights, the tasty modak…

 

Introduction of new rhyme :

Chaalya chaalya re Gajaanan:

Chaalya chaalya re Gajaanan chaalya,

Chaalya chaalya re Gajaanan chaalya.

E to anand anero laavya,

Chaalya chaalya re Gajaanan chaalya,

Chaalya chaalya re Gajaanan chaalya.

 

Pushpo thi pooja kidhi,

Mannada ni bheton didhi.

Bhaavon thaki ; amo sanmukh thai ne,

Charano sheesh namaavya.

Chaalya chaalya re Gajaanan chaalya,

Chaalya chaalya re Gajaanan chaalya.

  • Anonymous

 

Phonological Awareness :

  • Revision of initial, medial and final sound in the given word.
  • Revision of adding and removing the sound in the given word.

Read aloud:

Read aloud from Sr. KG monthly book list.

Closing circle story :  The napping house

UOI :

Transdisciplinary theme: How we express ourselves

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

  • Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration: Field trip to ganesh pandal

Math:

  • Introduction of Seriation through a story(A big red barn)
  • Introduction of Ascending order through numbers(small to big)

Language:      

  • Revision of CVC and CCVC words through flash cards and worksheet
  • Revision of /o/ and /oa/ sounds through a game
  • Dictation of words with  /o/ and /oa/ sounds (words – cot, pot, got, top, coat, road, toad,goat)

 

Homework:

Math:  Math workbook page number 36 (Skip count by 2)

Language: Worksheet

Please find the answer key to the worksheet below(for reference only) :

 

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

 

 

 

Reminder – From Dumps to Desk

Reminder – From Dumps to Desk

Dear all,

We are thankful to parents who could share their old laptops, computers and Chromebooks. Grade 5 students are excited to move towards next step i.e getting these systems refurbished so that the system can be donated to Government schools.

In case you have missed, here is another chance for you to send your old systems to the Grade 5 wing by Monday 24th September.

We are hoping for a quick response, so that all the systems can be put for refurbishing together.

Thanking you once again.

Grade 5 Reciprocity

From Dumps to Desk – Donate your old PC

From Dumps to Desk – Donate your old PC

You can be Reason for their smile !!

If you sell your old Computers you may become richer by few grands ,
 But if you donate, you will be richer by hundreds of heart !! 
It might be shocking for us to know that only 10% Indians own their Personal Computer.This leaves lakhs of schools in India without any access to a PC. In order to bridge this gap, students of Grade 5 Reciprocity have taken an initiative to donate computers or laptops to such schools/organisations which can benefit and help the students to learn about / through computers. This is also a part of  their action for the current unit on Digital Media.

We are seeking support from the entire Fountainhead Community by asking you to participate in this campaign by donating any old computer/laptop/Chromebook, whether in working or non working condition. Once collected, these systems will be sent to ‘Reboot –  hardware refurbishers’ for getting it refurbished, free of cost. The students will collect the refurbished devices and then donate them to government schools/NGOs after educating the students there about the benefits of digital media in education.

The systems can be sent through your ward to school and deposited in the Grade 5 wing. Kindly hand over the devices to:

a) Ms. Anjali Arora (Resource Teacher)

b) Ms. Nikita —  (Resource teacher)

c) Ms Dipti Singhal (G5 Team Leader)

d)Grade Didi

Looking forward for your support and contribution to this noble cause.

Thanking you,

Students of Grade 5 Reciprocity

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

 

Highlights of the week-3rd September to 6th September

Highlights of the week-3rd September to 6th September

Circle Time

Revision of Rhymes:

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

Revision of rhymes:

Krishna is born

Krish- Na Is Born

Praise For His Love

Praise For His Joy.

Krish- Na Is Born

We’ll ce-le-brate

We’ll de-mon-strate.

Ja-na-ma-shta-mi

The dho-lac is playing

Chil-dren dan-cing.

Ja-na-ma-shta-mi

Let’s break the mut-ka

Let’s lick our fin-gers.

 

Steiner Verses

 

Anand umang bhayo Jai ho nand lal ki

Nand ghar anand bhayo

Jai Kanhaiya lal ki…..(2)

Vraj me anand bhayo jai Yashoda lal ki

Hathi Ghoda pal ki

Jai Kanhaiya lal ki…..(2)….

Jai ho nand lal ki, Jai Kanhaiya lal ki

Gokul me anand bhayo jai Kanhaiya lal ki

Jai ho nand lal ki, Jai Kanhaiya lal ki

Gokul me anand bhayo jai Kanhaiya lal ki

Anand umang bhai Jai ho nand lal ki

Nand ghar anand bhayo

Jai Kanhaiya lal ki…..(2)

Vraj me anand bhayo jai Yashoda lal ki

-Anonymous

 

Structured drill :  Where do you live?

 

Phonological Awareness :

  • Blending Activity
  • Sound deletion game

 

Read aloud:

Read aloud from Sr. KG monthly book list.

 

Artwork:  Drawing- map of their own home

Handwork :  Toran Making

Cooking:    Cheese sandwich

                         Ladoo making

                         Fruit custard

                         Butter making

 

Closing circle story :  The four Friends

 

UOI :

Transdisciplinary theme: Where we are in place and time.

Central idea: Homes reflect cultural influences and local conditions.

 

  • Teacher drew a map of her own home and talked about different rooms in the house, eg.  living room, bedroom, kitchen etc.

 

Transdisciplinary theme: How we express ourselves

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

 

  • janmashtami Celebration: Significance and story was catered.
  • Janmashtami Celebration- Dahi Handi

 

Math:

  • Introduction of 3D shapes -cylinder and cone
  • Making 3D shapes with Terracotta clay ( Formative Assessment)
  • Revision of O’clock through various manipulatives.
  • Writing number names one to ten in the notebook.
  • Skip count by 2 on the Number mat.

 

Language:

 

  • Revision of  letter sounds -c, k, e, h, r, m, d, g, o, u, l, f, b and blends- fl, cl, gl, pl, bl, sl

  • Introduction of digraph /ai/ through a story
  • /ai/ song and action
  • /ai/ words- rain, pain,  train, plain, fail, snail, paid, tail, pail, mail
  • Blending of /ai/ words
  • Dictation of /ai/ words on slate
  • Jolly Phonics Pupil Book 1- Pg No. 20

 

Homework:

Math: Writing Number names- One to Ten in the notebook (Kindly follow the CW format)

 

Language:  Go to the below link and help your child to read the story .

 https://www.speld-sa.org.au/images/iPadPDF/anns_pants_snap.pdf

 

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