Welcome to the buoyant and jubilant month of August that fills our heart with joy, pride and a feeling of patriotism as it is the month which marks the celebration of Independence Day, Friendship Day, Muharram, Rakshabandhan and Janmashtami. The festive season is the most joyous time of the year. It is essential to teach the importance of festivals to our little ones.
Let’s take a sneak peek into the month of “Amazing August”
Theme: Plants and Land Transport
Plants: Children learnt about the different types of plants along with the edible and non-edible parts of a plant. They recapitulated their knowledge on plants by visiting the school garden as well as the kitchen garden where they explored the different kinds of plants which are grown under and over the soil such as potatoes, onion, beetroot, mint leaves, brinjals, lady finger and many more.
Land transport: Transportation is an important part of everyday’s life. Children must understand its importance and the rules pertaining to it. They were made aware of the importance of traffic lights, private and public transport, emergency vehicles, vehicles used in rural and urban areas, and railways through discussions, flashcards, and video demonstrations.
The educator introduced the concept of plants by taking the children to the garden wherein they dug the mud and planted the saplings with the help of the ‘School Gardener’. The other theme of the month was ‘Transport’. Transportation is the necessity of our lives. Children must understand its importance and the rules pertaining to it. They watched videos related to different means of land transport and road safety rules. The educator explained the topic in a fun way wherein the children recited the rhymes like ‘Red Light, Red Light’ and ‘Wheels on the Bus go round and round’…. and insisted upon following the traffic rules.
The educator also apprised the children on the methods by which we can help in reducing the climate through discussions and activities. Activity (Best Out of Waste) was done to explain more about the prevention of pollution in the best way. Our young minds were enlightened on SDG 13: Climate Action. The educator also briefed the children about sustainable ways of commuting which includes walking, cycling, carpooling, use of green vehicles etc. to reduce traffic congestion and pollution.
Verbal Linguistic Intelligence –English
It is very important to enhance our children’s ability to use the letters and words effectively both while speaking and writing. Children were introduced to the letters ‘j’, ‘k’, ‘l’ and ‘m’ along with their related vocabulary words through stories and jolly phonics.
They learnt the formation of these letters through tracing in a sand tray and using their index finger. Children also traced these letters using crayons/pencils in the related workbook pages. They practiced reading CVC words of vowel ‘a’ in their Verbal Linguistic Reader Books and also a few sight words: that, is, it, at, this, in, they, she, he, if, of etc. The children also recapitulated writing the letters- ‘a and b’ in the Linguistic notebook.
Verbal Linguistic Intelligence – Hindi
अगस्त के महीने में छात्रों को व्यंजन च, छ, ज, झ, और ट का परिचय करवाया गया।
साथ ही साथ इन व्यंजन से शुरू होने वाले नए शब्द सिखाये गए जैसे ‘च’ से चमच्च, चाँद, ‘छ’ से छाता‘ज’ से जल ,झ’ से झंडा । कक्षा में हिंदी की पुस्तक में इन व्यंजनों से सम्बंधित कार्य करवाया गया और इन व्यंजनों से शुरू होने वाली वस्तुएं भी दिखाई गई।
Logical Mathematical Intelligence
Number sense is very important for the young learners because it promotes confidence and encourages flexible thinking. It allows children to create a relationship with numbers and understand that every digit has a value.
Children learnt to count numbers from 1- 50 through actions. Children were also introduced to the following concepts, ‘What comes After (1-10)’, ‘What comes Before (1-5)’, concept of ‘Zero’ and concept of ‘Tens and Ones’ through various activities. They practiced writing numbers from 1- 13 as per the place value.
Art is a creative therapy that uses all disciplines of art, visual movements, imagination skills, and finger dexterity. Children explored their aesthetic skills with the help of various colouring and craft activities.
In the first week, children discussed various facts about plants and enjoyed leaf printing with their friends whereas in the second week they compiled cut-outs to make ‘Rakhis’ to celebrate ‘Rakshabandhan.’ Children enjoyed making a paper flute on the occasion of ‘Janmashtami’ and tricolour headgear on ‘Independence Day.’
Stories help in achieving awareness and at the same time improve emotional intelligence. While listening and understanding the stories, children subconsciously develop the ability to think for others. This feeling of correlating and concerning for others, makes one a better individual. During the month, children enjoyed listening to the story, ‘What a ladybug heard’ followed by a related activity.
Drama is telling a story through actions and speech. It develops verbal and non- verbal communication skills, individual and group communication skills. Drama enhances creative abilities in children and gives them a better understanding of themselves and the world.
In the month of August, children practiced delivering a particular dialogue in a variety of manner through voice modulation. They also enjoyed listening to a story, ‘Bunny and his favourite things’ and enacted the various modes of transport.
Bodily Kinaesthetic Intelligence
Physical activities are crucial for the holistic development of young ones. The sports educator guided the children to perform various exercises such as side twist, front raise, knee up, upper body rotation, and knee balance, jumping jacks, knees up, body coordination and balancing sideways, opposite toe, tag games and kangaroo jumps. These activities not only strengthen children’s bones, muscles, hearts and lungs, but also improve children’s coordination, balance, posture and flexibility.
Skating helps to improve body balance and coordination. Our little Suncitizens have started to grasp the skills of balancing on wheels while bending, walking in a straight or zig zag line.
Children love music because it holds the power to express and bring a sense of joy into their lives. In this month, children practiced ‘Sangeet for all’ activities, vocal warm-ups, rhythm clapping, rail gaadi song and sang the patriotic song along with the educator.
Exposure to music helps children to speak more clearly, develop a larger vocabulary, and strengthen their social and emotional skills. With the ongoing western music sessions, children practiced singing the song, ‘Do Re Mi’ with their friends.
Dance is an art that consists sequences of movement. It strengthens muscles, improves body balance, and increases flexibility. Dance increases cognitive development. During this month, the children attempted dance steps on Independence Day and Janmashtami special song.
Pottery nurtures child's creativity, boosts their imagination, imbibes self- confidence, and promotes social skills. It also calms down the hyperactive mind and develops resilience and cooperation.
Children sculpted an umbrella, a basket and a lollipop as a reinforcement activity. They also attempted to make Lord Ganesha's Idol on the occassion of Ganesh Chaturthi.
EYP Play Area
EYP play area is well-equipped with slides, swings, see-saw, sand pit, spring riders and so on. Here children chart their play activities by themselves, enhancing their incidental learning and promoting peer-to-peer interaction by playing on their favourite spots in the play area.
Our little ones developed motor control, coordination, concentration, independence, and a sense of responsibility in a Montessori classroom. Children practiced the numbers 1-10 using the Number rods. They also practiced the concept of ‘Before and After’ using the number flash cards.
Children practiced the formation of letter ‘Mm’ on the sandpaper card. This activity not only allowed the children to trace the letters, but also enabled them to feel the letter formations and identify their phonic sounds. Children made an attempt to read CVC words using the LMA box.
The ‘Imaginarium’ teaches students to think out of the box, to utilize the resources, and to work as a team. Activities in the Imaginarium are used to reinforce lessons from the traditional classroom in a way that encourages students to work together, identify problems, and use their imaginations.
The objective of an immersive environment is to engage and inspire students along with creating a sense of being transported to a different world. Our little Suncitizens were made aware about the different kinds of land transport used in urban and rural areas.
Birthday celebration- Show &Tell
Birthdays are a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the joy. Keeping up the high spirit, birthdays of the children born in the month of August were celebrated in the class.
A ‘Show and Tell’ activity took place based on the theme, ‘Land Transport’ wherein the children waited for their turn to share their knowledge with friends and also imbibed the etiquettes necessary to attend a birthday party.
Events and Celebrations
15th August 2021 Independence Day:
“Freedom is never dear at any price. It is the breath of life. What would a man not pay for living”? - Mahatma Gandhi
Suncitizens celebrated India’s 75th Independence Day with immense respect and strong patriotic feelings. Children attended the flag hoisting ceremony followed by the solemn notes of the National Anthem. They stood proud in their freedom fighter attire to greet the chief guest as he passed through the corridors of the EYP wing. Our young nationals learnt about the national symbols and enjoyed making a ‘Tri colour’ head gear.
Janamashtami Assembly by KG D students
It is essential that we teach the basic rituals and traditions to the children right from the foundational years. The Krishna Janmashtami festival marks the birth of Krishna, one of the most popular deities worshipped by the Hindus. The students of KG D hosted a special assembly on the eve of ‘Janmashtami’. Our kindergarten students apprised their friends with the significance of the festival through a beautiful enactment of the birth of Lord Krishna. The event concluded with a mesmerising dance performance by the students on the song, ‘Voh krishna hai’ followed by the National Anthem.
Ganesh Chaturthi Assembly by Nur A students
'Ganpati Bappa Morya,
Mangal Moorti Morya'
"Life is long as his trunk, trouble as small as his mouse and moments as sweet as his ladoos."
Happy Ganesh Chaturthi!!!!
Suncitizens of Nursery-A conducted a special assembly on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. The students apprised their friends on the significance of the festival and the importance of eco-friendly ways of celebrating the festival. Dance performance on the song, 'Shree Ganesha Deva’ added splendour to the entire assembly. Children received blessings from the ‘Head of our school’ and loved having ‘Motichoor Ladoos’ as the Prasad.
We put up a, ‘Bodily Kinaesthetic Event’ to give the students a chance to showcase their potential in sports.
The event started with some thrilling warm-up exercises along with stretching of limbs from head to toe. Children participated with full zeal and enthusiasm. Their coordination and discipline were truly praise- worthy. They beautifully presented a few gross motor skills such as running, hopping along with a drill in the event.
Their performance made everyone’s eyes twinkle with pride. Towards the end, they gave a round of applauds for themselves and were appreciated for their tremendous efforts.
After a fun-filled summer break, the children were welcomed back to school as we commenced with another month of innovative learning and growing.
Take a sneak peek into the month of ‘Joyful July’
The theme – 'Plants' was introduced to the children where they were shown a real plant. They explored and identified different parts of a plant. Educators promoted the fact that parts of a plant include roots, stem, leaves, flowers and fruits.
Children were made aware that every part of a plant works in coordination and performs various functions. They also got acquainted with the importance of each part of a plant. The root anchors the plant in the ground and stem supports the plant above the ground. Leaves make food for the plant. The concept was taught with the help of various hands-on learning activities and visual resources such as PowerPoint Presentations (PPT), flashcards and educational puzzle. The educator also explained the process by which different plant species grow from a single seed into a plant through ‘Seed Germination Activity’.
Educator showed some products like oil, pulses, cotton, medicines, paper, pencil etc. and asked children to think about the source of these things or where do we get these things from? Children acquired knowledge about the fact that humans and animals are dependent on plants for food and shelter. Children were made aware that plants need sunlight, air, water, soil and care to grow.
The educator explained the parts of a plant, how a plant grows from a seed to a tree and what it needs to grow. A seed germination activity was carried out in the class as an experimental learning activity to reinforce the learning of this topic.
Verbal Linguistic Intelligence
Linguistic intelligence enhances or improves the students’ ability to understand language. It can only be achieved with regular practice -verbally and written. It is of utmost importance for a child to identify letters and learn their correct phonic sounds. The educator reiterated upon the identification, formation, phonic sounds, and vocabulary words of the letters from a-e to enhance the students’ vocabulary. The children learnt letters from ‘f’ to ‘i’; along with their related vocabulary words through stories and jolly phonics. They also learnt the formation of these letters. Sight words act like connectors. Some sight words were also introduced such as, ‘in, at, it, is, I, me’ with the pictures for easy recognition and their use in everyday sentences.
Logical Mathematical Intelligence:
Our little mathematicians learnt, how to master the relationships between numbers and understood how quantities relate to one another. In this month, they recapitulated the shapes like rectangle, square and triangle. They were introduced to new shapes like pentagon and hexagon. Class educator reiterated that pentagon has 5 sides and hexagon has 6 sides through video demonstrations. Children enjoyed recapitulating the ‘Pre-Number Concepts’ like ‘big and small, ‘heavy and light’, ‘tall and short’,’more and less’. They learnt to identify numbers 5,6,7 and 8 through quantification and learnt formation of numbers through various activities. They also understood numbers on the number line.
Bodily-kinesthetic is a learning style often referred to as 'learning with the hands' or physical learning. It is defined as fine and gross motor skills, dexterity or agility, eye/hand coordination and balancing body.
Children have started to grasp the concept of balance on wheels. They have been successfully doing the walking exercises.
‘Fun, Fabulous, Uplifting and Magical’. These are just a few words that describe music together. Our music sessions provide a comfortable and engaging environment for the children and strengthen their memory.
Children practiced singing the song, ‘This is the day that the Lord has made’.
Children performed vocal warm-ups which helps to prepare the children for the intense variations that come along with singing. They enjoyed singing sa re ga , railgaadi song etc.
Dancing stimulates the mind, body & soul. It increases cognitive strengths and prolongs life; that is the miracle of dance.’
Dance is a beautiful form of art that helps us express ourselves and promotes growth as well as enjoyment. During the month, the children attempted warm up exercises and thrilled themselves. They danced to the tune of the song, ‘I’m so happy’.
Birthday celebration: Show and Tell
Birthday is a very special and the most important day of everyone’s life. When celebrated with family and friends, it becomes memorable. A ‘Show and Tell’ activity took place based on the theme ‘All about Plants’, wherein the students waited for their turn to share the knowledge with friends and also imbibed the etiquettes to be adopted while attending a birthday party.
Spatial awareness and spatial relations encourage creativity and imaginative thinking in the children. It also motivates them to think out of the box. Children were delighted to make various ‘letter crafts’ such as letter g,h and i. They also enjoyed drawing parts of a plant as part of their monthly theme.
Story telling refers to describing ideas, beliefs, personal experiences and life- lessons through stories that evoke powerful emotions and insights. It creates an immersive experience that allows young learners to learn the language in a dynamic and entertaining way. The children were fascinated to listen to the story- ‘Friend’ and ‘The Foolish Timid Rabbit’ with appropriate props, expressions and voice modulation.
A drama is telling a story by means of dialogue and actions to be performed by the actors. It develops verbal and non- verbal, communication skills. Drama enhances students’ creative abilities and gives them a better understanding of themselves and their world. With this aim in mind, stories like ‘शेर और चूहे’ were told to the children to enhance their verbal and non-verbal expression of ideas with appropriate expressions and voice modulation.
The children enhanced their sensorial and fine motor skills by making a fruit using play dough. They also created the letter g, number 8 and pots with clay as a reinforcement of classroom learning.
EYP Play Area
Children always love free play and peer to peer interaction. They used their freedom of choice to play on slides, swings, sand-pit and on their other favourite spots in the EYP play area.
Montessori teaching helps in building self-confidence and self-esteem in children. Our little ones develop motor control and coordination, independence, concentration, and a sense of responsibility in a Montessori classroom.
Children practiced the formation of letters from “F f till I i” on the sand paper. This activity not only allowed the children to trace the letters, but also enabled them to feel their pattern and identify the phonic sounds. They also had a lot of fun demonstrating a Montessori activity wherein they used tongs to transfer the objects from one container to the other.
Play Builds Imagination and Creativity and also foster children’s curiosity to learn through fun. Our little Suncitizens were super excited to explore various fun playing stations in Imaginarium like transport corner, supermarket stations and making various structures with Lego. Children get hands-on experience of real-life activities through these tools. They explored various corners like the Lego table, mini gym, and small world play tables. They identified different shapes through lego blocks and recognized square and rectangle shape objects around them. They also took pleasure in counting different objects as a part of their learning.
‘Water Water all around, Splash Splash on the ground’
Water play is the most important part of the preschool curriculum as it helps to develop and strengthen children's gross and fine motor skills along with vocabulary development. Water play is a fantastic way for kids to cool off on a hot, sunny day as well as learn some valuable skills.
Our Nursery children had a wonderful time during their water play activity. They thoroughly enjoyed playing in water fountain, splashing and sprinkling water on their friends.
Celebrations and Events
A summer fruit festival was organized to expand the vocabulary and awareness of children about summer fruits. Each classroom displayed a summer fruit and products made from it. Fruits like mango, jamun, coconut, cherry, plum, pineapple, pear, watermelon and apple were a part of the showcase. Children enthusiastically brought various products made from the various fruits. They visited all the EYP classrooms and tasted an array of fruit products.
Teej Assembly by KG C students
To welcome the monsoon season, the energetic students of KG C conducted a special assembly on the auspicious occasion of Teej, with lots of zeal and enthusiasm. Hartalika Teej or Hariyali Teej is a famous festival that commemorates the reunion of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Our kindergarten students apprised their friends with the significance of the festival wherein girls and women sing, dance and swing on the swings. The event concluded with a mesmerising dance performance by the students on the song ‘Teej ayi Hariyali’ followed by the National Anthem.
Verbal Linguistic - Hindi
जुलाई के महीने में छात्रों को व्यंजन क, ख, ग और घ का परिचय करवाया गया। साथ ही साथ इन व्यंजन से शुरू होने वाले नए शब्द सिखाये गए। कक्षा में हिंदी की पुस्तक में इन व्यंजनों से सम्बंधित कार्य करवाया गया और इन व्यंजनों से शुरू होने वाली वस्तुएं भी दिखाई गई।
It has been a wonderful beginning to the new session! Four weeks have just flown by …
Our yearly theme is 'Srijan' means 'Creation'. Creation is the action or process of bringing something into existence.
This year's theme is dedicated to nurturing the creativity of our learners. Each child is a creator and has the potential to grow, develop and evolve.
Let's take a sneak peek into the days gone by...
THEME-Me and Myself
The theme – 'Me and Myself' was introduced to the children where they got to know about themselves. Educators promoted the fact that each one of them is unique and different in their own way.
The Sustainable Development Goal integrated with the monthly theme was, SDG-3;’Good health and wellbeing’. Children experienced the importance of using soap through the ‘Soap and Pepper’ experiment wherein they learnt about how they can keep away the germs through the application of soap. The educators also sensitized the children on how they need to take care of their sense organs.
An activity was conducted that emphasized how healthy food and a good diet help the body grow well and fight against diseases.
The educator explained the concept of a ‘Family’ by creating and explaining the ‘Family Tree’.
Verbal Linguistic Intelligence
Learning a language enables children to discover their potential to communicate and express themselves.
Literacy skills such as tracing sleeping lines, standing lines, and slanting lines using crayons and through hands-on activity helped the children to work on their pre-writing skills.
Children recognised the letters ‘a’, ‘b,’ ‘c’,d and e ’’ with the help of stories, phonic sounds through jolly phonics song, and their related vocabulary words. The formation of the letters was demonstrated and practiced with the use of crayons, air tracing, and sand letter cards.
Logical /Mathematical Intelligence
Number sense, or the basics of learning about numbers, is the first vital math skill. During this month, children learnt recognition of numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4 through audio-visual, rhymes, tracing activities and quantifying concrete objects available around them, counting their body parts, etc. Few Pre-number concepts were also introduced such as 'Big and Small', 'heavy and light', and 'tall and short' through concrete objects.
Learning about shapes is always fun for them. Children were familiarized with different shapes that they see around such as a square, a rectangle and a triangle. These shapes were introduced with the help of real objects.
Verbal Linguistic Hindi
अप्रैल और मई के महीने में छात्रों को हिंदी में बोले जाने वाले शब्दों का परिचय करवाया जैसे - सुप्रभात, महोदया जी, कक्षा, छात्र, दिनांक और स्वागत। साथ ही साथ हिंदी में कविता 'आलू बोला मुझको खालो' तथा कहानी 'प्यासा कौवा' सिखाई गई।
Bodily- Kinesthetic Intelligence
"Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body, it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity."
- John F. Kennedy
Bodily Kinaesthetic Intelligence is defined as fine and gross motor skills, eye/hand coordination, dexterity or agility, balance, and body awareness. So, our little learners acquired an array of skills through the following fitness games.
As roller skating is the perfect way to combine fitness with fun. The
coach helped children develop the skill of walking with the skates on. Students learnt to balance their bodies. With the safety gears intact, they were not scared to fall.
During the months of April and May, children along with the educator learnt about the manipulation skills wherein they practiced kicking, bouncing, catching, throwing, lifting and dribbling exercises.
Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and life to everything."
Children naturally love music! Whether it is soft and soothing or a lively tune.
The educator introduced multiple musical instruments (Guitar, drum,
Casio) along with the rhythm of the drum beats. The children sang the
song, ‘God’s love’ and “ Praise Him” along with the educator.
Indian classical music creates a spiritual link and helps the students stay connected with the roots of Indian culture. It broadens communication skills and helps the students depict their emotions. 'Sangeet for All' is the first Indian music curriculum with a carefully researched pedagogy, methodology, and resources that provides young children with a solid foundation in music.
This month the children practiced singing the following songs: -
Body movements through dance are learnings that communicate messages and represent actions, which help, develop fine and gross motor skills, and social skills improve balance and coordination. Children had great fun learning steps on the following songs:
‘Bum Bum Bole, Masti Mein dolein’
‘I love my mommy’
‘Walking in the jungle’ songs alongwith a few warm-ups exercises.
Birthday celebration: Show and Tell
Birthday is one of the most special days for everyone and if celebrated with friends it becomes memorable. A “Show and Tell” activity took place based on the theme, ‘Healthy and Junk food’, wherein they waited for their turn to share their knowledge with friends and also imbibed the etiquettes to be adopted while attending a birthday party.
Visual- Spatial Intelligence
Art is a creative therapy, which uses all disciplines of art; Visual movements,
imagination skills, aesthetic skills, and finger dexterity. Children explored
aesthetic skills with the help of these various colouring and craft activities. Making a welcome card on the first day was a lot of fun.
The educator encouraged the children to show various emotions like -happy/sad/excited/angry based on different situations. The children enjoyed drawing their emotions. Learning letters through visual art adds to the fun. Children showed a keen interest in doing fingerprinting to make ‘a’ for ant, ‘b’ for butterfly in the month of April and ‘e’ for elephant along with mother’s day craft in the month of may.
To encourage our young learners to use their imagination and creativity, storytelling sessions were conducted by the educator. It helps in enhancing their social and interpersonal skills. The children were fascinated to listen to the story- ‘Thirsty crow’ and ‘छोटा सा मोटा सा लौटा’ with appropriate props, expressions, and voice modulation.
The most important gains of using drama in education are; healthily achieving expression of feelings, and developing creative imagination in children. With this aim in mind warm up exercises like ‘Copy me’ and story like ‘Gummy Bear ’ and ‘The girl and the dog’ were done with children to enhance their verbal and non-verbal expression of ideas with appropriate expressions and voice modulation.
The educator explained the basics of clay modeling. They created a smiley face using different shapes and a snail by forming it into a spiral basket using the clay.
The students were delighted to see their creations. Children practiced the formation of the letters, ‘a, b and c’ with clay and playdough.
EYP Play Area
Children enjoyed free play with their friends in the EYP play area. It helped in the development of their gross motor skills, social-emotional well-being, and peer play skills.
Montessori helps in building self-confidence and self-esteem in a child.
Children practiced the life skills of ‘spooning’ and ‘dry pouring’ (Spooning beans from one bowl to another) using the Montessori apparatus. They also practiced tracing the formation of the letters 'a’, 'b’ & ‘c’ using sandpaper letter cards and identifying letters through the large moveable alphabet box.
Children get hands-on experience of real-life activities. They participated in role-playing in the supermarket area and also explored various corners like the Lego table, mini gym, and small world play tables.
‘Splash, splash everywhere puddles of water here and there.’
Water play is an inevitable part of the preschool curriculum as it helps in gross motor development, and eye-hand coordination and also helps in vocabulary development.
The little ones in the Nursery had a wonderful time during their water play activity. Bubbling with excitement and enthusiasm, in their colorful swimsuits, the children thoroughly enjoyed the fountain play activity, splashing water at their friends.
Celebrations and Events
Children along with learning enjoyed the spirit of special days.
Baisakhi: Children were briefed about the importance of this harvest festival. Farmers wherein thank God for the abundant harvest and pray for future prosperity observe this day as a thanksgiving day. Sikhs and Punjabi Hindus celebrate it. The children enjoyed the session by dancing to the tune of Bhangra beats and doing a tear and pasting activity on a corn shape cutout.
Earth Day: In an endeavour to encourage our young learners, to understand and know the facts about our planet Earth, a briefing session was arranged. The educator talked about the various ways, to save the ‘Mother Earth’. Some of the measures which were discussed were:
They also discussed about the 3Rs -Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Children made paper pouches by using old newspapers and decorating them with their handprints.
Eid: May Allah accept your good deeds, forgive your transgressions and ease the suffering of all the people around the globe. With this prayer in the heart and mind, a special assembly was presented by students of KG- A on the occasion of Eid- Ul -Fitr. This festival comes after the holy month of Ramadan. Our Kindergarten students apprised their friends of the spirit of the festival wherein people spread happiness, peace, and forgiveness amongst each other. Elders give Eidi to ones younger than them. The event concluded with a mesmerizing dance performance on the song, ‘छोटी मोटी गलती माफ़ करो’ by the students followed by the National Anthem.
Mothers day: The children learnt about and celebrated the festival of Mothers day through a special assembly put together by the students of Kg B. They also created a special craft to take back home as a mothers day gift.
‘Spring Time Is A Season Of Great Hope And Strength.’
In the month of February and March, with the pleasant weather around, we discussed the significance of ‘Vasant Panchami’ with our little ones and continued the learning journey on the theme, ‘Tiger’.
So, let’s take an elaborative look into the activities which were conducted during
the month of February and March.
Theme: Tiger & Recapitulation of the previous themes