Highlights of the week: 22nd to 26th September

Highlights of the week: 22nd to 26th September

Circle Time:

  • Revision of all the rhymes done so far.
  • video to introduce half past: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HwdaCiWrR2A
  • Morning Message :-We can express our ideas , feelings and emotions through different ways.
  • Word of The Week:- “mime”.

Read aloud-

  1. Catch that crocodile by Anushka Ravishanka.
  2. It’s graduation day by Grace Maccarone.
  3. The ugly duckling- Fairy Tale.
  4. I was so mad-Mercer Mayer.
  • Music and Movement-Wiggle It by patty Shukla

Link :- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfoY49Nnnns

Language:

  • Introduction of ‘ack’ family through literacy centres( words are:-back, pack ,rack , stack,snack ,black,track,quack, sack )
  • Writing ‘ack’ family words 3 times in the notebook.
  • Reading from booklet and the reader- Ten apples up on top.

Math:

  • Introduction of numbers 61 to 70 through ganit mala (tens and ones concept)
  • Before , after and between numbers (1 to 70).
  • Math 3- pgs 57, 59, 60, 61.
  • Introduction of Number names 11 to 13. Writing of number names in the notebook.
  • Introduction of the 3D shape “sphere” through clay.

 

UOI : How we express ourselves:

Central Idea- We can express ourselves in different ways.

After the read aloud of the “Swimmy” and “The ugly duckling” the  students selected a character from the book.  During the class discussion we discussed  all the emotions the character  went through and expressed those emotions through different forms of expression(dance, mime, singing, visual arts)

As a part of the visual art activity, the learners used different materials like rangoli, paints, clay and paper cuttings to reflect the character’s emotions base on the above books.

Friday homework:

Language- Two worksheets on ‘all’ family.

Math- Two worksheets.

Note- We have started with 4 letter sight words. Please make your child practice these sight words regularly. Send the reader “Hop on Pop” on Monday.

Regards,

Anita.

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