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Highlights of the week 15th to 22nd February

Highlights of the week 15th to 22nd February

Dear Parents,

We would like to express our gratitude towards all the grandparents who participated for storytelling event, and made the event successful.

Circle Time:

Introduction of new song

What do you suppose?

A bee sat on my nose!

Then what do you think?

He gave me a wink

He said,” I beg your pardon,

I thought you were the garden.”

Source- Steiner rhyme

 

Phonological Awareness :

  • Activities related to Listening skills were conducted.
  • Drill: What will you say, when you want to go for washroom?

Closing circle:

Story: The Blue Jackal

Read aloud:

  • Read aloud from Class library.

Math:

  • Introduction of number “19”
  • Oral counting from 1 to 50.
  • Revision of concepts done so far.

Language:

  • Revision of blending.
  • Revision of tricky words  ‘I’, ‘the’,’he’, ‘me’, “to”, “be” , “all”, “are”, “we”, “was”, “do”, “she”.

Unit of Inquiry

TDT: How we express ourselves

Central idea: Stories are told in a variety of ways for different purposes.

Storytelling session:- Parents were invited to narrate stories through different mediums.

Artwork: Blow painting

Handwork: Finger knitting

Homework:-

Language : Worksheet
Reading worksheet

Math : Booklet page number 30 and 43

Important points:-

  • Kindly send one extra pair of uniform daily with your child.
  • Kindly trim nails regularly.
  • Kindly give regular writing practice of all the letters and numbers done till date.

Happy Weekend !!

Regards,

Jr. KG Team

Highlights of the week 11th to 14th February

Highlights of the week 11th to 14th February

Dear parents,

We would like to express our gratitude towards all the parents who participated for storytelling event, and made the event successful.

Circle Time:

Introduction of new song

Bees! Zum! Zum! What a merry hum. (2)
There’s no reason for alarm,
For we won’t do you any harm,

Bees! Zum! Zum! What a merry hum. (2)
Working all the sunny hours,
Sipping nectar from the flowers,

Bees! Zum! Zum! What a merry hum. (2)

 
Source- Steiner rhyme

Phonological Awareness :

  • Activities related to Listening skills were conducted.
  • Drill: Who tells us stories?

 

Closing circle:

Story:   The Talkative Tortoise

Read aloud:

  • Read aloud from Class library.

Math:

  • Introduction of shapes (cube and square)
  • Introduction of number “18”
  • Oral counting from 1 to 50.
  • Revision of concepts done so far.

Language:

  • Introduction of letter “ q ”
  • Revision of blending.
  • Revision of tricky words  ‘I’, ‘the’,’he’, ‘me’, “to”, “be” , “all”, “are”, “we”, “was”, “do”, “she”.

 

Unit of Inquiry

TDT: How we express ourselves

Central idea: Stories are told in a variety of ways for different purposes.

Storytelling session:- Parents were invited to narrate stories through different mediums.

Artwork: FMS activity (playing with clay)

Handwork: Finger knitting

Homework:-

Language : Booklet of (j,z,w,v,y,x) page no 8, 11, 12

Math : Worksheet of Forward and backward counting.

Important points:-

  • Kindly send one extra pair of uniform daily with your child.
  • Kindly trim nails regularly.
  • Kindly give regular writing practice of all the letters and numbers done till date.

Happy Weekend !!

Regards,

Jr. KG Team

 

Grandparents involvement for story telling.

Grandparents involvement for story telling.

Dear Parents,

Thank you for the overwhelming response for the parental involvement! We are glad to see ample entries for story telling. The name story is synonyms with our lovely grandparents, they are the first ones to come to our mind. Hence it is time to invite our most loving grandma and grandpa. Nana and Nani whatever we call them, our grandparents mean the world to us. Even their nicknames conjure feelings of love and warmth.

So here we goooooo,

Dear grandparents you are cordially invited to our school on 22nd February, Friday . You need to tell  any story in any language preferably in your mother tongue. The story should contain a moral message,reflect culture or can be an autobiography of great leaders too. You have to use any medium to convey a story for example puppets, flash cards, books for effective communication. It would be great if you can get any artifact to show the students. If you have something interesting to share with students & think it is valuable you are most welcome. Please note video showing is prohibited. Each grandparent will get 15 mins to speak so kindly prepare accordingly.

We look forward for bulk entries hence register your name with your child”s respective HRT through a DD as soon as possible. The last date for confirmation is 18th Feb.

The Africans have a proverb, when an old person dies, a library burns. “Our libraries” – our memories, stories, and knowledge – can be passed on from one generation to the next. Take this as an opportunity to bond with your little ones & be there!

 Jr KG Team.

 

CONNECT SESSION – 13th February 2019

CONNECT SESSION – 13th February 2019

Dear Parents,

We have organised CONNECT Session on Wednesday, 13th February 2019.

Timings – 09:00 AM to 10:00 AM

Venue – Y-Box

The school leadership team will be leading a short presentation on “New initiatives and things to look forward to at FS “. This will be followed by Question and Answer Session.

Please note:

  • Kindly be seated 10 minutes before the start of the session in Y Box.
  • This is not a platform to raise any child-specific issues or any other issues.
  • CARPOOLING is highly appreciated & recommended since we have limited parking space.

 

Regards

Fountainhead School

Highlights of the week 4th Feb to 8th Feb

Highlights of the week 4th Feb to 8th Feb

Circle Time:

Revision of the rhymes done till date.

Introduction of verse

I dance with the flowers,
I sing with the sun,
My warmth I send
To everyone .

Source- Steiner rhyme

Phonological Awareness :

  • Activities related to Listening skills were conducted.
  • Drill: How old are you?

 

Closing circle:

Story:   The Talkative Tortoise

Read aloud:

  • Read aloud from Class library.

Math:

  • Introduction of seriation
  • Introduction of number: 17
  • Oral counting from 1 to 50.
  • Revision of concepts done so far

Language:

  • Introduction of letter “ Y and X”
  • Introduction of Tricky word “she”
  • Revision of blending.
  • Revision of tricky words  ‘I’, ‘the’,’he’, ‘me’, “to”, “be , all, are”

 

Unit of Inquiry

TDT: How we express ourselves

Central idea: Stories are told in a variety of ways for different purposes.

Tuning in  was done through exploration table.

Students were given exposure of different stories through various mediums like mime, stick puppet, books, etc.

Artwork: FMS activity

Handwork: Finger knitting

Homework:

Language : Page number 2, 3 and 9 in language booklet (j, z, w, v, x, y)

Math : Page number  39 & 36

Important points:-

  • Kindly send one extra pair of uniform daily with your child.
  • Kindly trim nails regularly.
  • Kindly give regular writing practice of all the letters and numbers done till date.

Happy Weekend !!

Regards,

Jr. KG Team

Children are made readers on the laps of their parents.

Children are made readers on the laps of their parents.

Dear Parents,
As you are aware that we have commenced with our new unit- Stories, this unit requires your involvement to a great extent. We also know that stories  are better absorbed & connected when said by someone close, and whats better than a parent coming and narrating it to their kids. 

So heads up dear parents, gear up for the next week & dedicate time for your little ones. You may come to the school on 13th February or 14th February. You need to prepare any story which conveys a moral message,reflects culture & can be an autobiography of great leaders too. You have to use any medium to convey a story : for example puppets, flash cards, books for effective communication & better presentation. The story can be conveyed in any language. Video showing is prohibited.

We look forward for bulk entries hence register your name with your child”s respective HRT through a DD asap. The last date for confirmation is 11th Feb. 

P.S: Kids wait to see their parents being involved in their activities & this is a very good opportunity. Do Not miss the fun!

Face to Face with Rujuta Diwekar

Face to Face with Rujuta Diwekar

Dear Parents,

My child is addicted to chocolates and chips….

My child doesnt eat if there is no screen in front of her…

My child doesnt eat vegetables…

How often do we worry about what our kids are eating?  And how often do we receive answers that we can trust?

Let me put this into context. How many of you would jump out of your seats if I tell you that we are fortunate to have a guest speaker who is amongst the most qualified and sought after nutritionist expert in the country!

Rujuta Diwekar is all set to meet all of us in a special session organized exclusively for the Fountainhead parent community  and share great insights on “Notes for Healthy Kids”with us.

So join us for a knowledgeable, informative and entertaining session.

Date: 23rd February,2019

Venue: Sanjeev Kumar Auditorium

            14, Hazira Rd, Adajan Gam, Pal Gam, Surat.

Time: 04:00 pm to 05:00 pm

NOTE:

# Be punctual. The gates will close at 3:50 pm.

# No late entries will be allowed.

#You can also bring your child  if you are confident that your child will be able to sustain attention, not cry etc. Children under 5 are not allowed for the above reason.

# Ask your child to collect the pass from Ms.Varssha from Events team after 18th February.

If interested, kindly fill  the registration form.

For any further queries, kindly e-mail at :  events@fountainheadschools.org

Highlights of the week 28th Jan – 1st Feb

Highlights of the week 28th Jan – 1st Feb

Circle Time:

Revision of the rhymes done till date.

Introduction of rhyme :

There once lived a cobbler, and he was wee,

He lived in a hole, of a very big tree,

He had a good neighbor, and she was a mouse,

She did his wee washing, and tidied his house,

Each morning at seven, he heard a wee tap,

And in came the mouse, with her apron and cap.

She lit a small fire, and fetched a wee broom,

She swept and she polished, his wee little room.

To take any wages, she always refused,

So the cobbler said “thank you”, and mended her shoes.

Source- Steiner rhyme

Phonological Awareness :

  • Activities related to Listening skills were conducted.
  • Language development.
  • Drill: What is your school’s name?

My school’s name is Fountainhead school.

Closing circle:

Story:   The crane and the crab

Read aloud:

  • Read aloud from Class library.

Math:

  • Oral counting from 1 to 50.
  • Revision of concepts done so far

Language:

  • Introduction of letter ‘j’ & ‘v’
  • Introduction of Tricky word “was” & ‘do’
  • Revision of blending.
  • Revision of tricky words  ‘I’, ‘the’,’he’, ‘me’, “to”, “be , all, are”

UOI:

TDT  : How we organise ourselves

Central Idea :  People play different roles in the communities to which they belong.

  • End of the Unit reflection

Homework:

Language : – Page number 1 & 7 in language booklet(j, z, w, v, x, y)

                   – Reading worksheet.

Math :         – Page no 28 & 31

Artwork: Paper cutting with designed scissors

Handwork: Beading and lacing frame

Cooking: Masala Puri

Important points:-

  • Kindly send one extra pair of uniform daily with your child.
  • If your child is reflecting at home kindly acknowledge the HRT through daily diary.
  • School winter jacket is compulsory.
  • Kindly trim nails regularly.

Happy Weekend !!

Regards,

Jr. KG Team