Media Report and Video Nur to class I Aug week-1
To make the bond of siblings stronger on Raksha Bandhan, the tiny tots of Nursery of K.R Mangalam World School, G.K-II were creatively engaged in a ‘Thali Decoration Activity’. The children adorned their thalis with colourful glitters, ribbons and mirrors.
To teach the concept of oval shape, Nursery students were involved in a, ‘Penguin Making Activity.’ They used cut-outs of oval shape to construct the body of the penguin and added eyes and nose to finish their penguin. Letter ‘C,’ was introduced to the toddlers of Nursery using a fun– ‘Caterpillar Making Activity.’ They created their own little caterpillarsusing circular cut outs and sticking them together.
Sea animals and the world under the ocean has always fascinated, children. Students coloured the pictures of dolphin, octopus, fish and shark etc, and cut them and pasted them artistically on their wall hangings. They created a mini sea world of their own, on a wall hanging! The wall hanging was a part of their PBL activity.
Children love the world of colours. The kindergarten students enjoyed a fun filled activity of making different colours using the primary colours. They were also taught the art of hand printing and the joy on their little faces while getting their hands painted was beyond measure.
Stories are, perhaps, the best way to teach life lessons to children. As part of the ‘Story Enactment Activity,’ the little story tellers of Kindergarten narrated different stories with actions, pictures and using various objects related to the stories.
Origami is shown to improve spatial visualization skills using hands-on learning. The students were taught to make a dog with the help of origami art.
To make the students familiar and recognize swar ‘ree,’ a Show n Tell Activity was organised. The kindergarteners showed pictures and objects related to swar ‘ree’ and they spoke the different words using ‘ree’ with conviction.
The little Mangalites’ of class-I were bubbling with curiositywhile performing experiments with their tiny fingers and forming bubbles using sugar, water, liquid dish wash, handwash and straw and thus creating their own little bubble world.
To enhance their speaking skills and boost their self-confidence, the students of class I were involved in an activity aptly called, ‘Thirsty Thursday.’ Each student eagerly spoke a few lines on their favourite drink, which according to them quenched their thirst on a thirsty Thursday.
To inculcate reading habits among students from a very young age, ‘Reading Delight Activity’ was organised for class I students’. Our eager learner’s spoke a few lines from their favourite story book with zeal and enthusiasm.