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Published by Rudramuni Math, 2019-09-26 02:23:40

KG 2 Aug Newsletter

KG 2 Aug Newsletter

News Letter

Month – August
Class – KG II

Family Tree

A pinch of patience,

A dash of kindness,

A spoonful of laughter,

And a heap pf love,

Is practiced in a family.

A family tree is a diagram showing the relationship between people in a family.

Here in school we teach and encourage children to learn and know, what relationship and
bonding together in a family is all about. Hence, we conducted the family tree activity on 7th
August 2019, so children would learn and understand better.

Founder’s Day

Founder’s Day is celebrated on 9th August
every year in Daffodils English School. It is
the birthday of our founder

Sri. P. K. Bheemaiah.

He was a well-organized person and had
great intelligence, always prompt and
punctual in everything he did, with a kind
heart. His aim was to start a school and
impart education to all children especially
the under privileged ones. He took pride
in the growth of his school.

Independence Day Craft work

Carried with care, coated with pride, dipped in love, fly in glory. Moments of freedom in
shades of joy, proud to be an Indian.

Children were taught the value, meaning and importance of Independence Day. To help
develop their eye-hand coordination skills, fine motor skills and cognitive skills. Children
were taught to fold tri-colour fans which were used as decoration on the display boards
outside the classrooms.

Shri Krishna Janmashtami:

Festivals are a chance to hold together people of the country to work and connect
for a cause. So that it spreads brotherhood, faith, love, sense of respect and duty
in people.
Children of KG II participated in the special assembly programme dressed in
Radha - Krishna attire and danced to melodies on Krishna Songs.

Clay Modelling Competition

Creativity starts at home and lasts for a lifetime.

An important benefit of clay modelling is the role it plays in early childhood education. It
improves eye-hand coordination skills, encourages trial and error, develops fine motor skills,
teaches creativity and encourages play-based learning.

To help develop these skills we conducted a friendly clay modelling competition on 29th
August 2019. Since it is the season of festivals, children were given a festive theme to make
clay models of Lord Ganesha.

Field Trip- Visit to the Post Office

A school field trip is an effective educational activity for students. To facilitate fast and
efficient learning.

Field trips provide students with real world experiences. It erases classroom boredom, offers
different cultural experiences and creates a social bond through all round awareness and
development. The school strives to make students conscious of the real world around them.
Hence, a trip to the post office was arranged on 30th August 2019.

Children were made to write postcards wishing their parents for the festive season. Teachers
explained the use, value and importance of having a post office in our neighbourhood.

Winners of ‘Super Minute’ Competition

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