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Highlights of the week: 25th March to 29th March

Highlights of the week: 25th March to 29th March

Circle Time :

  • Revision of the rhymes done till now.

Read aloud of the following books:

  1. Friends at School by Rochelle Bunnett
  2. At the Market by Alison Hawes
  3. Please Stop, Sara! By Kathryn Harper

UOI:

Central idea : Family and friends play an important role in our life.

  • Family Day Event.

UOI :

Central idea : We play to explore and have fun.

  • Artwork : Painting with watercolor.
  • Handwork : Cutting paper
  • Cooking : Cucumber raita

Language :

  • Revision of Do and Understand stories.

Math :

  • Revision of all the Math concept with different manipulative.

Closing circle :

Story : The boy who cried wolf.

Important Points:

  • Kindly send the pink folder along with your child on Monday.
  • Keep an extra of clothes in your child’s bag as we have messy and water fun activities in the month of April.
  • We have “Splash pool” on Monday so please send swimming costume, towel and an extra pair of clothes in a polybag.

Regards,

Nursery team

Highlights of the week : 18th March to 22nd March

Highlights of the week : 18th March to 22nd March

Circle Time :

  • Revision of the rhymes done till now.

 

Read aloud of the following books:

  1. Packing my Bag by Alison Hawes
  2. My Sister by Molly Delaney.

 

UOI:

Central idea : Family and friends play an important role in our life.

  • Revision of Roles and responsibilities within relationships of Nuclear and Joint families through Dramatic Play.
  • Formative Assessment of the unit Family and Friends.(Integration with Artwork)

 

UOI :

Central idea : We play to explore and have fun.

  • Artwork : Making Family puppet with Icecream stick.
  • Splash Pool
  • Holi Celebration.

 

Closing circle :

Story : The boy who cried wolf.

 

Regards,

Nursery team

Highlights of the week : 11th March to 15th March

Highlights of the week : 11th March to 15th March

Circle Time :

  • Revision of the rhymes done till now.
  • Introduction to the rhymes.

 

I LOVE YOU, YOU LOVE ME.

I love you

You love me

We’re a happy family

With a great big hug

And a kiss from me to you

Won’t you say you love me too?

I love you

You love me

We’re best friends

Like friends should be

With a great big hug

And a kiss from me to you

Won’t you say you love me too?

 

DAY & NIGHT  (FINGER PLAY)

This little fellow is ready for bed,

          (show pointer)

Down on the pillow he lays his head.

     (lay finger on the other palm)

Pulls the cover, snug & tight,

           (close fingers)

And this is the way he sleeps all night.

               (close eyes)

Morning comes and he opens his eyes,

              (open eyes)

Quickly he pushes the cover aside.

            (open fingers)

Jumps out of bed, puts on his clothes,

 (let opposites hand dress fingers)

And this is the way to school he goes.

             (walk fingers up arm)

 

Read aloud of the following books:

  1. We’re Very Good Friends, My grandma and I by P.K.Hallinan
  2. My Mum Is Fantastic by Nick Butterworth

 

UOI:

Central idea : Family and friends play an important role in our life.

  • Importance of Friends through story.
  • Revision of family members and types of families through discussion.

 

UOI :

Central idea : We play to explore and have fun.

 

  • Cooking : Orange peeling

 

  • Artwork : Making Mother-Father puppet with brown paper bag.
  • Handwork : Lacing frames.

 

Language :   

  • Listening Game:Simon says game.

 

Math :

  • Revision of one to one correspondence.
  • Revision of sorting through colours and shapes.

 

Closing circle :

Story : The boy who cried wolf.

 

Regards,

Nursery team

Theater Camp Drama Performance: The Jungle Book

Theater Camp Drama Performance: The Jungle Book

Dear Parents,

We are delighted to invite you for a student-initiated act ‘The Jungle Book ‘. This act is a presentation of our students’ hard work and efforts. Through this drama, you will witness not only the hidden talent of our students but also the skills that they have acquired during their training sessions in our school, imparted by the facilitators. Therefore, to encourage our young talented artists, please join us on:

Date: 22nd March 2019, Friday.

Timing: 8:45 PM to 9:45: PM (Entry start at 8:30 PM)

Venue: Performing Arts Centre, L.P. Savani Road, Pal, Adajan, Surat.

Note: It is an open event and tickets will be allotted on a first come first serve basis. Interested parents need to click here for tickets.

*Tickets are not chargeable.

*The last date for availing the tickets is 21st March 2019.

Highlights of the week : 4th March to 8th March

Highlights of the week : 4th March to 8th March

Circle Time :

  • Introduction to the rhymes:

FRIEND SONG

Will you be a friend of mine,

A friend of mine, a friend of mine?

Will you be a friend of mine

And hop around with me?

Will you be a friend of mine,

A friend of mine, a friend of mine?

Will you be a friend of mine

And dance around with me?

Will you be a friend of mine,

A friend of mine, a friend of mine?

Will you be a friend of mine

And wiggle around with me?

Will you be a friend of mine,

A friend of mine, a friend of mine?

Will you be a friend of mine

And clap along with me?

     -Sources Unknown

GRANDMA’S GLASSES

These are Grandma’s glasses

This is Grandma’s hat

And this is the way she folds her hands   

And lays them in her lap.

These are Grandpa’s glasses  

This is Grandpa’s hat

And this is the way he folds his arms   

And takes a little nap.

This are baby’s Glasses

And this is baby’s hat

And this is the way she cries her eyes

When she is upset.

         -Sources Unknown

Read aloud of the following books:

  1. Jamila Finds a Friend by Alison Hawes
  2. I’m a Good Friend by David Parker

UOI:

Central idea : Family and friends play an important role in our life.

  • Picnic to farmhouse.
  • Class cleaning to understand our responsibilities for our class.

 

 

UOI :

Central idea : We play to explore and have fun.

  • Cooking : Pistachio shelling
  • Artwork : Friendship tree
  • Handwork : Putting beads in chennali sticks.
  • Play date.

Language :

  • Picture talk

Math :

  • Introduction to more and less.

Closing circle :

Story : The Golden Axe

Regards,

Nursery team

Mother Tongue Assembly

Mother Tongue Assembly

If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart. – Nelson Mandela

Dear parent,

We take immense pride in conserving and celebrating language of every ethnicity which is one of the most distinctive quality of our nation, being entirely multilingual. Hence, to take the pledge forward and educate today’s generation about the  importance of our native tongue, we schedule Mother Tongue sessions, in order to teach students not just about their mother tongue but also its significance in one’s identity.

This term we will be celebrating mother tongue assembly with the staff and homeroom teachers. We request parents to help students with details of their respective mother tongue. Students will be sharing insights of their mother tongue with the classmates. They can:

(1) Recite a rhyme/sing a song in their mother tongue/home language.
(2) Say few sentences in their mother tongue like introducing themselves, saying their name, etc.
(3) Sharing common words of different languages.

Date: 12th March 2019

Time: 10:00 am to 11:00 am

Important Note:

  1. Students can come in civil/coloured dress representing their culture.
  2. It would be great if they could bring a cultural dish to have during their Home Meal Break.
  3. Post the assembly slot, students are expected to change to their school uniform.

We want our students to listen to their mother tongue and cherish it, hence, your cooperation in helping the students in building a multi-cultural environment will be a great help to the Fountainhead community.

Regards,

Fountainhead School