CLASS 2 REPORT – SEPTEMBER 2018
Tell o Tale: STORY TELLING COMPETITION
Theme: STORIES FROM Panchatantra
Day & Date: Friday, September 7, 2018
The students of class II participated with great enthusiasm and fervour in the English Story Telling Competition. Theme: Stories from Panchatantra. Storytelling is a unique way for students to develop an understanding, respect and appreciation of traditions, ethics and strong values. The students spoke with confidence and poise on different stories of Panchatantra. The objective of the competition was to bring out their talent, expression and creativity to full swing. The performance of the students was admirable and praiseworthy.
ACTIVITY: EXPERIMENTS ON AIR
DAY & DATE: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2018
In continuation of EVS chapter ‘Air and its properties’ reiteration and understanding,simple experiments were conducted by the class teacher in front of the children. The experiments helped to establish air is always around us, it has weight, occupies space and exerts pressure. The students were thus able to comprehend the importance of Air and its properties easily. The objective of the experiment was to motivate them to think out-of-box and spark their interest in the subject. It was an interesting hands- on learning experience for the children.
ACTIVITY: FUN WITH NUMBERS
DAY & DATE : Monday, September 15, 2018
To develop interest in Numbers and the concept Subtraction a hands-on and interactive activity was conducted in Class II. The children carried stickers of smilies and stars. The numbers were replaced by stickers in a given sum. The objective of the activity was successfully met as it helped to promote number recognition, counting and the value of ‘how many’ each number is. The activity was a big success!
REPORT- TEEJ FESTIVAL
Class: Pre Primary
Day and Date: Monday, 13 August 2018
Teej festival is a yearly celebration that marks the advent of monsoons or sawan. It is also called the festival of swings. Teej festival is associated with Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. The festival of Teej is synonymous with mehndi adorned palms, flowers, bangles, bandhani dupattas and mouth watering ghevar. Young girls and married women wear traditional attire and get together in the evening to sing and dance.
Students of Pre- Primary celebrated the festival of Teej with great enthusiasm. The children came dressed in traditional clothes. A Teej Mela was set up in the school courtyard with different stalls . Children displayed sweets, bangles, jewellery, handicrafts and flowers. They were very excited and keen to apply heena on their hands and play on the swings. The event was a grand success and a learning experience for our students.