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Day: October 18, 2014

Integration of the unit with Visual arts

Integration of the unit with Visual arts

Dear parents,

Learners were given exposure to different forms of  Visual arts, where they were asked to portray different emotions (sad, angry, happy, shocked, shocked, scared etc) using using clay. All the learners were really enthusiastic while making different expressions. Here are the few glimpses of the same:

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Regards,

Shreya

Highlights 13th to 18th Oct

Highlights 13th to 18th Oct

Circle Time:

  • Music and movement: Wiggle

link- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hn61z3FlMQ

  • Word of the week- Ideas
  • Morning message- We are communicators as we express our feelings , ideas and emotions
  • Read Aloud:
  1. Arthur’s Birthday by Marc Brown.
  2. The talking cave from Karadi Tales.
  3. Elephants never forget by Anushka Ravishankar.

 

Language:

  • Introduction of ‘alk’ and ‘ast families through sounds and pictures.

words are – talk, walk, stalk, chalk   and   past, fast, last, blast.

  • Writing ‘alk’ and ‘ast’ family words 3 times in notebook.
  • Reading of reader- Hop on Pop  by Dr.Seuss.
  • Language Literacy Centres.
  • Dictation of 3 and 4 letter sight words.
  • Guided Play- Kho-Kho game. ( with word families taken till now in 2nd term)

(Weekend HW- Worksheet of sight words with sentences.

 

Math:

Revision of the following concepts through Literacy centres and worksheets:

  • Clock- half past.
  • Skip count by 2, 5 and 10.
  • Skip count by 10.
  • Concept of Tens and Ones.
  • 3D shapes – Sphere, Cube, Cuboid.
  • Number names 11  to 20.

UOI:

 

TDT- How we organize ourselves.

Tuning In stage:

Gallery Walk-  Learners explored three different tables on which we had displayed objects related to birthday party, out of station trip and beach Party.

After discussing about the same, learners derived  the word – ‘events’.

Learners made a mind map of the word – ‘events’.

 

Note: We have sent Diwali homework yesterday. Kindly make your child finish  during the holidays and submit it back when the school re-opens.

 

Wishing you all a very Happy Diwali and a prosperous New year!!

Enjoy diwali with smiles, togetherness and diyas and try to say ……..NO TO CRACKERS!!

 

Regards,

Anupama

Highlights of the week (13th to 18th October)

Highlights of the week (13th to 18th October)

Circle Time:

  • Music and movement: Wiggle

link- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hn61z3FlMQ

  • Word of the week- Ideas
  • Morning message- We are communicators as we express our feelings , ideas and emotions
  • Read Aloud:
  1. Arthur’s Birthday by Marc Brown.
  2. The talking cave from Karadi Tales.
  3. Elephants never forget by Anushka Ravishankar.

Language:

  • Introduction of ‘alk’ and ‘ast families through sounds and pictures.

words are – talk, walk, stalk, chalk   and   past, fast, last, blast.

  • Writing ‘alk’ and ‘ast’ family words 3 times in notebook.
  • Reading of reader- Hop on Pop  by Dr.Seuss.
  • Language Literacy Centres.
  • Dictation of 3 and 4 letter sight words.
  • Guided Play- Kho-Kho game. ( with word families taken till now in 2nd term)

(Weekend HW- Worksheet of sight words with sentences.

 

Math:

Revision of the following concepts through Literacy centres and worksheets:

  • Clock- half past.
  • Skip count by 2, 5 and 10.
  • Skip count by 10.
  • Concept of Tens and Ones.
  • 3D shapes – Sphere, Cube, Cuboid.
  • Number names 11  to 20.

UOI:

TDT- How we organize ourselves.

Tuning In stage:

Gallery Walk-  Learners explored three different tables on which we had displayed objects related to birthday party, out of station trip and beach Party.

After discussing about the same, learners derived  the word – ‘events’.

Learners made a mind map of the word – ‘events’.

 

Note: We have sent Diwali homework yesterday. Kindly make your child finish  during the holidays and submit it back when the school re-opens.

Wishing you all a very Happy Diwali and a prosperous New year!!

Enjoy diwali with smiles, togetherness and diyas and try to say ……..NO TO CRACKERS!!

Happy Weekend and A Very Happy Diwali!!

Regards,

Ekta

Building Up New Vocabulary…!!!

Building Up New Vocabulary…!!!

Our young learners geared up for learning some more new vocabulary words of “ast” and “alk” word family.  The learning centers  for the same were:-

1) Association of falsh cards with words

2) Word family slider

3) Colouring of Word Family Booklet

4) Building word family towers

Few snapshots of the activity:-

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Regards

Ekta

Integration with Visual Arts …..

Integration with Visual Arts …..

Learners were given exposure to different forms of  Visual arts, where they were asked to portray different emotions (sad, angry, happy, shocked, shocked, scared etc) using  clay. They were really enthusiastic and totally engrossed while making different expressions. Here are a few glimpses of the same:

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Regards

Ekta

 

Gearing Up for the next unit….!!!

Gearing Up for the next unit….!!!

TDT :- How we organise ourselves

Central Idea:- Events involve decision making , planning and organization

The learners of Sr KG Shine enthusiastically explored different exploration tables  , as a part of the tuning in activity of the next unit. The tables had stuff for:-

Table 1: Birthday party

Table 2: Trip

Table 3: Beach party

A few glimpses of the same are:

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Regards

Ekta

Highlights of the week:13th to 18th October

Highlights of the week:13th to 18th October

Circle Time:

  • Music and movement: Wiggle

link- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hn61z3FlMQ

  • Word of the week- Ideas
  • Morning message- We are communicators as we express our feelings , ideas and emotions
  • Read Aloud:
  1. Arthur’s Birthday by Marc Brown.
  2. The talking cave from Karadi Tales.
  3. Elephants never forget by Anushka Ravishankar.

 

Language:

  • Introduction of ‘alk’ and ‘ast families through sounds and pictures
  •  words are – talk, walk, stalk, chalk   and   past, fast, last, blast.
  • Writing ‘alk’ and ‘ast’ family words 3 times in notebook.
  • Reading of reader- Hop on Pop  by Dr.Seuss.
  • Language Literacy Centres.
  • Dictation of 3 and 4 letter sight words.

(Weekend HW- Worksheet of sight words with sentences.)

Math:

Revision of the following concepts through Literacy centres and worksheets:

  • Clock- half past.
  • Skip count by 2, 5 and 10.
  • Concept of Tens and Ones.
  • 3D shapes – Sphere, Cube, Cuboid.
  • Number names 11  to 20.

UOI:

TDT- How we organize ourselves.

Tuning In stage:

Gallery Walk-  Learners explored three different tables on which we had displayed objects related to birthday party, out of station trip and beach Party.

After discussing about the same, learners derived  the word – ‘events’.

Learners made a mind map of the word – ‘events’.

Note: Kindly help them to complete the incomplete worksheets.

We have sent Diwali homework yesterday. Kindly make your child finish  during the holidays and submit it back when the school re-opens.

Wishing you all a very Happy Diwali and a prosperous New year!!

Enjoy Diwali with smiles, togetherness and diyas and try to say ……..NO TO CRACKERS!!

Regards,

 

Shreya

Highlights of the week.

Highlights of the week.

Circle Time:

  • Music and movement: Wiggle

link- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hn61z3FlMQ

  • Word of the week- Ideas
  • Morning message- We are communicators as we express our feelings , ideas and emotions
  • Read Aloud:
  1. Arthur’s Birthday by Marc Brown.
  2. The talking cave from Karadi Tales.
  3. Elephants never forget by Anushka Ravishankar.

Language:

  • Introduction of ‘alk’ and ‘ast families through sounds and pictures.

words are – talk, walk, stalk, chalk   and   past, fast, last, blast.

  • Writing ‘alk’ and ‘ast’ family words 3 times in notebook.
  • Reading of reader- Hop on Pop  by Dr.Seuss.
  • Language Literacy Centres.
  • Dictation of 3 and 4 letter sight words.
  • Guided Play- Kho-Kho game. ( with word families taken till now in 2nd term)

Weekend HW- Worksheet of sight words with sentences and reading the hop on pop book.

 

Math:

Revision of the following concepts through Literacy centres and worksheets:

  • Clock- half past.
  • Skip count by 2, 5 and 10.
  • Skip count by 10.
  • Concept of Tens and Ones.
  • 3D shapes – Sphere, Cube, Cuboid.
  • Number names 11  to 20.

UOI:

TDT- How we organize ourselves.

Tuning In stage:

Gallery Walk-  Learners explored three different tables on which we had displayed objects related to birthday party, out of station trip and beach Party.

After discussing about the same, learners derived  the word – ‘events’.

Learners made a mind map of the word – ‘events’.

 

Note: We have sent Diwali homework yesterday. Kindly make your child finish  during the holidays and submit it back when the school re-opens.

Please make your child revise the four letter sight words and also make them read the hop on pop book.

Wishing you all a very Happy Diwali and a prosperous New year!!

Enjoy diwali with smiles, togetherness and diyas and try to say ……..NO TO CRACKERS!!

Happy Weekend and A Very Happy Diwali!!

Regards,

Payal Jain

 

Grade 6 Hindi Diwali Homework

Grade 6 Hindi Diwali Homework

दीवाली गृहकार्य –  नीचे दिए गये link से   ‘ईमानदारी’ और ‘ईमानदारी की जीत’  कहानी को पढ़ो और कक्षा में दी गयी दीवाली  गृहकार्य worksheet में पूछे गये प्रश्नों के उत्तर लिखों |

Story  link –
http://www.abhivyakti-hindi.org/phulwari/kahani/emaandaari.htm

http://www.abhivyakti-hindi.org/phulwari/kahani/emandari.htm

प्रश्न – 1. दोनों कहानियों में क्या-क्या समानताएँ हैं ?

2.  दोनों कहानियों के पात्रों  (character)   में से आपको कौन – कौनसा पात्र अच्छा लगा और क्यों ?

 

Highlights of the week:13th to 18th October

Highlights of the week:13th to 18th October

Circle Time:

  • Music and movement: Wiggle

link- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hn61z3FlMQ

  • Word of the week- Ideas
  • Morning message- We are communicators as we express our feelings , ideas and emotions
  • Read Aloud:
  1. Arthur’s Birthday by Marc Brown.
  2. The talking cave from Karadi Tales.
  3. Elephants never forget by Anushka Ravishankar.

 

Language:

  • Introduction of ‘alk’ and ‘ast families through sounds and pictures
  •  words are – talk, walk, stalk, chalk   and   past, fast, last, blast.
  • Writing ‘alk’ and ‘ast’ family words 3 times in notebook.
  • Reading of reader- Hop on Pop  by Dr.Seuss.
  • Language Literacy Centres.
  • Dictation of 3 and 4 letter sight words.

(Weekend HW- Worksheet of sight words with sentences.)

Math:

Revision of the following concepts through Literacy centres and worksheets:

  • Clock- half past.
  • Skip count by 2, 5 and 10.
  • Concept of Tens and Ones.
  • 3D shapes – Sphere, Cube, Cuboid.
  • Number names 11  to 20.

UOI:

TDT- How we organize ourselves.

Tuning In stage:

Gallery Walk-  Learners explored three different tables on which we had displayed objects related to birthday party, out of station trip and beach Party.

After discussing about the same, learners derived  the word – ‘events’.

Learners made a mind map of the word – ‘events’.

Note: Kindly help them to complete the incomplete worksheets.

We have sent Diwali homework yesterday. Kindly make your child finish  during the holidays and submit it back when the school re-opens.

Wishing you all a very Happy Diwali and a prosperous New year!!

Enjoy Diwali with smiles, togetherness and diyas and try to say ……..NO TO CRACKERS!!

Regards,

Anita.