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Highlights of the week (11th March -15th March)

Highlights of the week (11th March -15th March)

Circle Time:

Rhymes:

  • Good morning dear Earth

 

  • Each like a petal, of one great flower

 

  • Pretty flowers

 

Introduction Of Rhyme:

 

I love to sail in my big blue boat

I love to  sail in my big blue boat , my big blue boat(2 times)

I love to  sail in my big blue boat,

my big blue boat.

My big blue boat has 2 white sails. Has 2 white sails(2 times)

My big blue boat has 2 white sails,

Has two white sails.

High in the sky, the seagulls fly. The seagulls fly.(2 times)

High in the sky, the seagulls fly.

The seagulls fly.

Under my boat the fish flash by, the fish flash by(2 times)

Under my boat the fish flash by,

the fish flash by.

My Big blue boat has struck a rock. Crack crack crack,(2 times)

My Big blue boat has struck a rock.

Crack crack crack.

My big blue boat rocks side to side, side to side.(2times)

My big blue boat rocks side to side.

Side to side.

The water comes in and we swim, swim, swim, we swim swim swim,(2 times)

The water comes in and we swim, swim, swim. We swim swim swim.

Look, look, look I see land ahead, land ahead(2 times)

Look, look, look I see land ahead.

Land ahead.

We have reached the shore, we are safe on land, safe on land (2 times)

We have reached the shore, we are safe on land,

Safe on land.

Haaaashhh!!

Phonological Awareness :

  • Digraph word riddle
  • Word count game
  • Replacing initial/final sound game

Read aloud: Sr. KG monthly book list.

Closing circle story: Tikki Tikki Tambo

UOI: Games

Transdisciplinary theme: Who we are

Central idea: Games can enhance our understanding about us.

  • Unfolding the central idea through relay race and reflection of the same.
  • Pictograph

Math

  • Introduction of number names 91-99.
  • Formative assessment of reading ordinal numbers.
  • Summative assessment of the following concepts was taken:

Reading days of the week, Quantification and identification of numbers, forward counting 51-99.

Important note: Please go through your child’s summative assessment  of forward counting 51-99 in the math notebook.

Language:   

  • Introduction of tricky words (live, give, little, down, what, when)
  • DIBELS test was conducted
  • Writing of tricky words in the notebook
  • Dictation of sentences

Choral reading:

  • All the tricky words done till now
  • Sentences

Homework

Math:

Writing number names 71 to 80 in math notebook.

Language:  
Read and match worksheet

Answer key-

bench paintbrush
thorn moth
chest drench
cash fish

 


Have A Stupendous Weekend!!!

Regards,

Sr KG Team

 

 

Highlights of the week 10th December – 14th December

Highlights of the week 10th December – 14th December

Circle Time:

Revision of Rhymes:

1.Good morning dear Earth

2.Each like a petal, of one great flower

3.The north wind came along one day

4.Little golden leaves

 

Introduction of new rhymes:

1.Dashing through the snow, In a one horse open sleigh

Over the field we go,  Laughing All the way

Bells on bobtails ring, making spirits bright

What fun it is to ride and sing,A sleighing song tonight

Hey Jingle bells, jingle bells,  Jingle all the way

Santa Claus is coming to town, Riding on his sleigh

Hey  Jingle bells, jingle bells , jingle all the way

Oh! What fun it is to ride, In a one horse open sleigh.

-James Pierpont

 

2.New Year, New Year what will you bring?

Haste and hurry, work and worry,

Noughts and crosses, gains and losses,

All are on the wings,

Sun and shower, seed and flower,

Laughing, Weeping, Sowing, Reaping,

With a ding dong, ding dong,

ding dong ding, ding dong ding.

-Steiner verses

 

3. Laal peeli kaali neeli

 Patang meri rang bi rangi

Sar sar sar sar udti jati

phar phar phar phar yaha lehreati

hawa ke saang naachti gaati

Kat kar dur sair ko jaati

 -Unknown

Phonological Awareness :

  • Word chain game.
  • Segmentation of words.

Read aloud:

Read aloud from Sr. KG monthly book list.

Closing circle : Y Box practice.

Art work : Drawing concentric curves.

Hand work : Simple running stitch on mat.

Cooking : Making thepla.

  Math:

  • Introduction of forward/ backward numbers 71-80
  • Introduction of number names 31-40
  • Introduction of pattern with 4 attributes
  • Revision of all the Math concepts through learning center and guided play.

Language:      

  • Revision of taught digraphs. (Identification of digraph, blending and segmenting of taught words)
  • Introduction of  /th/ digraph through a story, song and action.
  • Blending and segmenting of /th/ words
  • Dictation of /th/ words.
  • Jolly Phonics Pupil Book 1- Pg No. 33,35
  • Language centers.
  • Choral reading
  • Word list:

 

/th/ words /th/ words
this, within, that, them, smooth,then three, thumb, moth, north,thin,sixth,cloth, froth, tenth, thud, thank, think, theft, teeth, throat, thump, thorn, tooth, toothbrush

Homework:

Language:  Reading worksheet.

Math: Writing backward numbers 70-61 once in the notebook.

Important note:

 

  • Kindly note that during the winter season, thermals (only black or white or grey color) can be worn inside the school uniform.
  • Kindly ensure that you send the required food items for the cooking slot.
  • 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)

 

  • Sr KG night out is on 15th December.

 

 

Have a stupendous weekend!

 

Regards,

Sr.KG Team

 

Term 1 PTC slots for Sr.KG Glitter.

Term 1 PTC slots for Sr.KG Glitter.

Dear Parents,
Following are the final PTC slots for Saturday, 3rd Nov,2018.

 

Slots Start Time End Time Name
1 07:30 07:45 Ananya Jain
2 08:35 08:50 Vanya Mulchandani
3 08:55 09:10 Kshipra Trivedi
4 09:15 09:30 Shrisha Sukhadiya
5 09:35 09:50 Jiana Surana
6 09:55 10:10 Navaansh Mehta
7 10:15 10:30 Mehaan Narang
8 10:35 10:50 Sheevansh Patel
9 10:55 11:10 Divam Shah
10 11:15 11:30 Kiyaan Khivesara
11 12:05 12:20 Krishiv Virani
12 12:25 12:40 Savit Jalan
13 12:45 13:00 Mukti Patel
14 13:05 13:20 Maan Datwani
15 13:25 13:40 Tanishka Desai
16 13:45 14:00 Naksh Vishnani
17 14:05 14:20 Kiara Thakar
18 14:25 14:40 Divyam Savani
19 14:45 15:00 Veda Naik

Regards,

Shreya

Highlights of the week (22nd – 26th October)

Highlights of the week (22nd – 26th October)

Circle Time

Revision of Rhymes:

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

 

Introduction of a new rhyme :

 

  • Light my di-ya

 

          Light my di-ya, light my di-ya, Di-wa-li is here

          We praise and sing,we laugh and greet Di-wa-li is here.

         

          Eyes that shine bright, re-flec-ting the light

          Burn bright my light on this fes-ti-val of light.

 

          Cheer my heart, sparkle on this fes-ti-val of light

          Let it shine through the night, it’s the fes-ti-val of light.

 

         -Steiner Verses

 

      2) Diya Jale

           Diya-Ja-le…….Diya-Ja-le

           Mann main, Vann main, Har oop vann main,

           Andhka_r main, Jyot Ja–la–ne,

           Ram La…kh…an aur Siya cha_la!

 

          Ek Ek Kar kw, Lau hai jalati,

          Naye Prahar ko, Jagmag karti,

 

           Is Navyug ko, Ujjaval karane

           Tann Aur mann Aur Jiya jale!!

 

         -Steiner Verses

 

Phonological Awareness :

  • Identification of initial and final sounds from the given words.

 

Read aloud:

          Read aloud from Sr. KG monthly book list.

 

Closing circle story : Silly Sally.

 

UOI :

  • Transdisciplinary theme: How we express ourselves

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

  • Discussion on Halloween and its significance was done.

Math:

  • Introduction of ‘’Descending order’
  • Introduction of number names (16-20)

Language:      

  • Tracing letters (P,Q,R,S,T) on sand, flour and slate.

 

Cooking: Juice making activity.

Handwork : Cleaning the class for Diwali.

 

Homework:

Important note:

  • Parents to ensure that their child wears shoes and socks (as monsoon is over) henceforth. Crocs will only be allowed in case of injury.
  • Kindly ensure that you send the required food items for the cooking slot.
  • 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)

 

                                                                                    Wishing you a marvellous weekend!

 

Regards,

Sr.KG Team

Highlights of the week(27th – 31st August)

Highlights of the week(27th – 31st August)

Circle Time

Revision of Rhymes:

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

 

Introduction 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

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 :

  • Revision of blending
  • Sound deletion game.

 

Read aloud:

Read aloud from Sr. KG monthly book list.

 

Artwork:  Matka decoration

 

Handwork : Toran making

 

Closing circle story : The 4 Friends

 

UOI :

Transdisciplinary theme: Where we are in place and time.

Central idea: Homes reflect cultural influences and local conditions.

LOI : -What constitutes a home ( Function)

-Types of homes across the world (Causation)

-How homes reflect local culture & family values ( Connection)

  • Teacher did read aloud from the books “ Houses and homes” and “This is my house”
  • Gallery walk  

 

Math:

  • Revision of 3D shapes: sphere, cube, cuboid through ‘I spy’ game.
  • Revision of O’clock through various manipulatives.
  • Introduction of Venn Diagram.

Language:

  • Revision of previously taught sounds of cluster 1 and blends – br,cr,fr,dr,pr,tr,gr
  • Formative assessment of  CVC words.(Blending and segmenting)
  • Shared reading from Jolly Phonics book 1 page numbers :6,7,8,9,10.

 

Homework:

Math: Math workbook page number 32.

Language:  The Language HW is the following SPELDSA link:

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

Kindly sit and help your child while reading the same.

 

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 superb weekend !

 

Regards,

Sr.KG Team