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World Puppet Day Celebrations
Students engaged themselves in shared reading and presented their understanding with confidence, thus enhancing their communication skills
Students researched into the various landforms on Earth and demonstrated their understanding by matching the features to the landform
Students tuned into the 1st line of inquiry by using a globe' to provoke thinking. In groups they observed the same and became knowledgeable about the fact that ¾ of the Earth is covered with water.
Students viewed a video of the 7 continents coming together and then engaged themselves in a tangram activity.
Making Connection to the Previous Unit Sakina identifies the special symbol on the indian currency that helps the blind to recognize notes
Mishti shares her knowledge with the class using the world map during the show and tell activity
Our little inventor creates a unique machine and share it with the class during the Show and tell activity
Reading Circle conducted in class
Shiven creates a game based on Signs and Symbols and playes his his peers thus showing his understanding of the unit
Siven explains the rules of the game which he created and shared it with the class based on Signs and symbols
Student engaged themselves in the Tangram activity in joining the pieces of the continents then and now, further presenting their understanding of the theme where we are in place and time.
Student have an hands on manipulative that is globe to inquire into the percentage of water and land on the surface of the earth
Students engage themselves in the Tangram activity in joining the pieces of the continents then and now, further presenting their understanding of the theme where we are in place and time.
Where we are in Place and Time
Earth's physical geography has an impact on human interaction and settlements
Students of grades 1 and 2 enhance their fine motor and gross motor skills as they delve into moulding sweets (MODAK) to celebrate the festival of Ganesh Chaturthi.
Ganitmala- Students of grade 2 make use of the math manipulatives to understand the magnitude of numbers like greater than lesser than
How We Organize Ourselves
Signs and symbols are a part of human- made systems that facilitate local and global communication.
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