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Day: December 28, 2012

JKG Yellow:Highlights of the week (24th December to 4th January)

JKG Yellow:Highlights of the week (24th December to 4th January)

Circle Time:

  • Revision of all the rhymes done till date.
  • Morning Message:  Usage of “please”. Example: “Please listen carefully.”

Talk about weather.

UOI : – Family and friends play a role in our lives.

Family Day!: Students were dressed up as family member and enacted on the situation given by the teacher.

Language:-

  • Word of the week: Excuse Me
  • Revision of alphabets “A-T” along with sounds.
  • High frequency words: –Introduction: “put, any, was, are”
  • Revision of words (I, she, he, me, we, go, no, so, to, do, up, my, as, at, or, us, by, am, in, you, saw, the, one, two)
  • Summative Assessments.
  • Homework: – As given in the note book. Please help your child write with proper directionality.

Math:

  • Revision of numbers 1- 20.
  • Revision of Patterns with two attributes.
  • Revision of Terms: long-short, wide-narrow, small-big, up-down, far- near, left-right, inside-outside and Fat-thin etc was been practiced.
  • Revision of mathematical operation- counting, association, after, before, middle, between, forward, backward, more and less, greater than and less than from number 0-20.
  • Summative Assessments

Important Note:-

  • As all of you are already aware, our night out is on 5th January 2013 (Saturday), so please encourage and send your kids for the event as it is part of our unit. If any of you having any queries related to night out, please feel free to communicate through student diary. We will send you the details and transport route next week by 3rd January.
  • Kindly send notebook and workbook by Tuesday every week.
  • Please send one object which begins with their favorite letter. (e.g. if your child’s favorite letter is ‘F’ then send ‘F’ for fish or frog or flower) for show and tell activity.
  • Kindly practice math operations (counting, association, after\before numbers, middle\between numbers and backward-forward counting, more or less, greater than and less than) with your child. And in language practice identification of letters (capital and small letters) and its associations (‘A’ for apple, almond, ambulance, apron, anchor, astronaut, etc.)
  • Please keep a track of your child’s progress/learning.

Have a nice Sunday!

Regards,

JKG Yellow

JKG Violet: Highlights of the week (24th December to 4th January)

JKG Violet: Highlights of the week (24th December to 4th January)

Circle Time:

  • Revision of all the rhymes done till date.
  • Morning Message:  Usage of “please”. Example: “Please listen carefully.”

Talk about weather.

UOI : – Family and friends play a role in our lives.

Family Day!: Students were dressed up as family member and enacted on the situation given by the teacher.

Language:-

  • Word of the week: Excuse Me
  • Revision of alphabets “A-T” along with sounds.
  • High frequency words: –Introduction: “put, any, was, are”
  • Revision of words (I, she, he, me, we, go, no, so, to, do, up, my, as, at, or, us, by, am, in, you, saw, the, one, two)
  • Summative Assessments.
  • Homework: – As given in the note book. Please help your child write with proper directionality.

Math:

  • Revision of numbers 1- 20.
  • Revision of Patterns with two attributes.
  • Revision of Terms: long-short, wide-narrow, small-big, up-down, far- near, left-right, inside-outside and Fat-thin etc was been practiced.
  • Revision of mathematical operation- counting, association, after, before, middle, between, forward, backward, more and less, greater than and less than from number 0-20.
  • Summative Assessments

Important Note:-

  • As all of you are already aware, our night out is on 5th January 2013 (Saturday), so please encourage and send your kids for the event as it is part of our unit. If any of you having any queries related to night out, please feel free to communicate through student diary. We will send you the details and transport route next week by 3rd January.
  • Kindly send notebook and workbook by Tuesday every week.
  • Please send one object which begins with their favorite letter. (e.g. if your child’s favorite letter is ‘F’ then send ‘F’ for fish or frog or flower) for show and tell activity.
  • Kindly practice math operations (counting, association, after\before numbers, middle\between numbers and backward-forward counting, more or less, greater than and less than) with your child. And in language practice identification of letters (capital and small letters) and its associations (‘A’ for apple, almond, ambulance, apron, anchor, astronaut, etc.)
  • Please keep a track of your child’s progress/learning.

Have a nice Sunday!

Regards,

Priyanka Chhabra

Jr.KG White: Highlights of the week (24th December to 4th January)

Jr.KG White: Highlights of the week (24th December to 4th January)

Circle Time:
 Revision of all the rhymes done till date.
 Morning Message: Usage of “please”. Example: “Please listen carefully.”
Talk about weather.
UOI 3: – Family and friends play a role in our lives.
Family Day: Students were dressed up as family member and enacted on the situation given by the teacher.
Language:-
 Word of the week: Excuse Me
 Revision of alphabets “A-T” along with sounds.
 High frequency words: –
Introduction: “put, any, was, are”
Revision of words (I, she, he, me, we, go, no, so, to, do, up, my, as, at, or, us, by, am, in, you, saw, the, one, two)
 Summative Assessments.
 Homework: – As given in the note book. Please help your child write with proper directionality.
Math:
 Revision of numbers 1- 20.
 Revision of Patterns with two attributes.
 Revision of Terms: long-short, wide-narrow, small-big, up-down, far- near, left-right, inside-outside and Fat-thin etc was been practiced.
 Revision of mathematical operation- counting, association, after, before, middle, between, forward, backward, more and less, greater than and less than from number 0-20.
 Summative Assessments
 Home work:- Work book Pg.97, 98, 101,103
Free Play:
 Construction\wooden Blocks
 Lacing boards
 Easel and rollers
 Rolling pins and clay
Important Note:-
• As all of you are already aware, our night out is on 5th January 2013 (Saturday), so please encourage and send your kids for the event as it is part of our ongoing unit. If any of you having any query related to night out, please feel free to communicate through student diary. We will send you the details and transport route next week by 3rd January.
• Kindly send notebook\ workbook\worksheets given for homework by Tuesday every week.
• Please send one object which begins with their favorite letter. (e.g. if your child’s favorite letter is ‘F’ then send ‘F’ for fish or frog or flower) for show and tell activity.
• Kindly practice math operations (counting, association, after\before numbers, middle\between numbers and backward-forward counting, more or less, greater than and less than) with your child. And in language practice identification of letters (capital and small letters) and its associations (‘A’ for apple, almond, ambulance, apron, anchor, astronaut, etc.)
• Please keep a track of your child’s progress/learning.

Have nice Holidays!
&
Happy New Year!

Regards,
Tasneem

One Family Reading Together !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

One Family Reading Together !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Dear parents,
We are celebrating “One family reading together!” on 4th January 2013(Friday). Parents, grandparents, or any family member can come and do story telling in the classes. You are free to do read aloud in any language, and can choose any medium to present a story through books, DVD, puppets (stick puppets, finger puppets or hand puppets), props, flash cards etc. Timing for the event is 11:00 am to 12:00 pm, please choose a short story.
Note: – Please send one pillow, on 3rd January with your child for the event which will be used for night out later on.
Regards,
Jr. K.G Team.

Jr.KG White Highlights of the week 10th December-21st December

Jr.KG White Highlights of the week 10th December-21st December

Circle Time:
 Revision of all the rhymes done till date.
 Morning Message: Think Win-Win.
Talk about weather.
UOI 3: – Family and friends play a role in our lives.
 Role play: – Students were given situations and they had to act accordingly.
 Picnic:- students went on a picnic with their friends
Language:-
 Word of the week: “thank you”, “please”, “sorry”.
Introduction of letter “Ss” and “Tt ” and its associations (Sail Boat, Salad, Salt, Sand, Sandals, Sand Castle, Sandwich, Saw, Scarf, Scissors, Sea, Shell, Seal, Seeds, Seven, Shark, Sheep, Shirt, Shoes, Silver, Sink, Six, Skirt, Slippers, Snack, Snake, Snow, Soap, Sock, Soup, Spaghetti, Spider, Sphere, Spinach, Sponge, Spoon, Square, Stamp, Star, String, Suit, Suitcase, Sun, Sunflowers, Sunglasses, Sweater, Snail, Swan, Seagull)( Table, Tambourine, Tape, Tarts, Tea, Tea Cup, Teapot, Teddy Bear, Teeth, Telephone, Television, Tennis, Tennis Ball, Tennis Racket, Tent, Three, Tie, Tiger, Toast, Toes, Tomatoes, Top, Tooth, Tooth Brush, Towel, Tractor, Tray, Train, Triangle, Tricycle, Tiger, Tree, Truck, T-Shirt, Tub, Tube, Tulip, Tuna, Turkey, Turtle, Two, Tap)
High frequency words: – Revision of words “go, no, so, to, do”
Introduction : “saw, one, two, the”
 Homework: – As given in the note book and worksheet. Please help your child write with proper directionality.
Math:
 Introduction of number 20 by using vocabulary twenty.
 Introduction of Patterns with two attributes.
 Revision of mathematical operation- counting, association, after, before, middle, between, forward, backward, more and less, greater than and less than from number 0-20.
 Home work:- Worksheet
Free Play:
 Construction\wooden Blocks
 Lacing boards
 Easel and rollers
 Rolling pins and clay
Important Note:-
 Kindly practice math operations (counting, association, after\before numbers, middle\between numbers and backward-forward counting, more or less, greater than and less than) with your child. And in language practice identification of letters (capital and small letters) and its associations (‘A’ for apple, almond, ambulance, apron, anchor, astronaut, etc.)
 Please keep a track of your child’s progress/learning.
Regards,
Tasneem

G7 Science Homework [No. 1]

G7 Science Homework [No. 1]

Dear Students,

Here is your ‘Mini Vacation’ Homework…

Click Photographs of… [Pictures Clicked by you only]

  • 10 Different Mammals
  • 10 Different Insects
  • 10 Different Birds
  • 10 Different Animals [Other than: Insects, Birds and Mammals]
  • 10 Different Plants
  • 10 Different Flowers
  • 10 Different Seeds
  • 10 Different Leaves
  • 10 Items/Things you love the most
  • 10 items/Things you hate

Put all Pictures in Power Point Presentation with appropriate title and Share on Google Drive…

Submission Date: 2nd Jan 2013

Do your best…

Have Fun…

Happy New Year … In advance.

Global Perspectives Update, December 28, 2012.

Global Perspectives Update, December 28, 2012.

We have begun exploring a new topic today  Ecosystem and Biodiversity Loss.

Please go through the following links in preparation for the next class.

1. http://dsc.discovery.com/tv-shows/curiosity/topics/biodiversity.htm

2. http://dsc.discovery.com/tv-shows/curiosity/topics/10-surprising-threats-to-biodiversity.htm

Lessons from the movie ‘Julie and Julia’ seen today-

Passion fuels purpose – The passion for food fuelled purpose in Julia Child as well as Julie Powell, it made them who they were/ are. They were incomplete without their passion and were constantly looking for something to do. Things almost never worked the way they had planned but their passion showed them the path in turbulent times.

Their contribution towards their passion came in regular, small but significant doses and the results are here for us to admire.

Bits of her blog maintained during the project can be found here. It would be good to pay special attention to the way she writes about food and how thoughts of her project dominate most of her waking hours.

Please answer the following questions:

  1. Do Julie’s exploits in her tiny kitchen make you want to cook, or do they make you feel thankful that you do not have to try anything of the kind, ever? Your tastes and eating habits may differ from that of Julie Powell or Julia Child, but does the movie leave you with a greater appreciation of food and cooking?
  2.  What does this project do for Julie? How does her passion for food help her in her personal journey? To what degree is her relationship with the project really about the food?

Please try to answer these questions to the best of your abilities.

Internet usage not required.

Approximate duration: 45 minutes.