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Class I Compiled

Class I Compiled

Teacher’s Observation April-August ‘18
Teacher’s Name:____________________
Child’s name:_________________ Class I ____

ENGLISH:CONVERSATIONAL SKILLS YES / NOT YET HINDI: ORAL
Clarity of speech __________ 1. Recognizes the matras
WRITING: YES / NOT YET
आ ( ), इ ( ), ई ( ), उ ( )
1. Is neat in work _________
2. Needs to be persuaded by the teacher _________ 2. Can read two, three and four - letter words ______
READING: YES / NOT YET

1 .Is able to comprehend text __________ YES / NOT YET

3. Clarity of speech ___________

RECITATION: YES /NOT YET 4. Enjoys and participates in recitation __________
1. Takes interest
___________ 5. Recites with verbal expression __________
N2.UVMerBbEaRl eFxUpNre: sOsRioAnL(gestures) _______Y_E_S_/_NOT YET
1. Can count from 0 to 99 WRITTEN: YES /NOT YET
____________
1 .Is neat in work __________

2. Finishes tasks on time. __________

3. Can write letters with correct formations_______

WRITTEN: ACTIVITIES & SPORTS
1. Can write numbers from 0 to 99 with correct formation _____
Music _______ Theatre _______

2. Can write the number names from 1 to 20 _____ Dance _______ Tab Kids _______
Arts _______ Sports _______
3. Can compare ‘greater’, ‘lesser’ and ‘is equal to’ values. _____

4. Has understood the concept of ‘tens’ & ‘ones’. _____ KEY: Beginner
Advanced
OTHER TRAITS YES /NO Still Learning
1. Finishes tasks independently ________
2. Is willing to learn ________ TIFFIN TALES YES / NO
3. Accepts responsibility ________ 1. Washes hands before & after eating ______
4. Is cheerful ________ 2. Uses napkin & apron regularly ______
5. Is friendly ________ 3. Observes table manners ______
6. Is willing to share things ________ 4. Finishes meals on time ______
7. Is neat in appearance ________ 5. Enjoys the daily refreshment ______
8. Is attentive in class ________
9. Is regular to school ________ KEY : YES √ , NO /NOT YET : X
10.Is physically active ________
11. Does homework regularly ________ STILL LEARNING : √

GOENKAN NOTES OF CLASS I FOR APRIL – AUGUST 2018

ENGLISH

 Grammar – Articles(a/an), This/That,This/These, That/Those, Naming words, One/many ,
is/am/are and opposites

 Blended Sounds – S blends(sc,sm,sn,sw,sp,st,sk), Digraphs(sh,ck) and ee sound words
 English Reader –A New baby, A Rainy Day, Why did Seema fall?
 Recitation-Ms. Polly, Clouds, I Can
 Language Skills – Bob, Meg, School, Ready for school
 Creative Writing – Myself
 H.F.W – The, my, she, he, with, her, him, by, bye, buy, to too, two, see, saw, was, all, did,

but, out, hot, can, at, ate, eat, run, ran, fast, here, hair, hare.
 Activities – Story narration through flash cards, flow charts, reading, mind mapping,

magic box, recitation, share and express, blended sound differentiation, dictation

Vocabulary Building Story narration through Magic Box Activity
flash cards

Learning‘s’ blends ‘Sh’ sound Book reading

Mind Mapping Learning through flow-charts Jolly Phonics
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हहन्दी

 स्वर और व्यजं न की पुनरावृहि करवाई गई ।
 कक्षा मंे दो, िीन और चार अक्षर वाले अमाहिक शब्दों एवं आ ( ) , इ ( ) , ई ( ), उ ( )

मािाओं की पहचान करवाई गई और शब्द भी हलखवाये गए ।जैसे- नल, िाला, ककिाब, सीटी, गलु ाब आकद।
 हचि कथा – हचिों के माध्यम से कहाहनयों में रूहच बढाई गई I
 संयुक्ताक्षर - क्ष,ष,ज्ञ ,ि की पहचान एवं उनसे संबहं धि शब्द हलखवाये गए ।
 Activities –Rainbow writing, Akshar and Matra kit activity, Magic box activity,

Reading from textbook and smartboard, dictation, worksheets and related
notebook task.

Akshar Kit Activity Matra kit Activity Magic Box Activity

Smart Board Reading Text Book Reading Share and express
Activity

Rainbow writing Mind Mapping Dictation
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GOENKAN NOTES OF CLASS I FOR APRIL – AUGUST 2018

MATHS

1. Forward Counting – 0 to 99 with all operations including greater than, less than and
equal to, what comes after and in between

2. Tens and Ones
3. Number Names – 0 to 20
4. Addition – Picture Addition, Horizontal Addition, Vertical Addition, Addition Facts, and

Strategies of Addition
5. Subtraction- Backward Counting, Picture Subtraction, Horizontal Subtraction, Vertical

Subt ract ion
6. Activities –The following activities were done to make the children familiar with

concepts like Forward counting using number card, Bindi activity, Ganit mala, Abacus
activity, Bundling activity, A ddition and subtraction with concrete objects, Addition
and Subtraction vocabulary through flash cards and Addition and Subtraction
Strategies through Enrichment Worksheets.

Forward Counting Ganit Mala Bindi Activity

Abacus Activity Addition Vocabulary Addition with Objects

Bundling Strategies of Addition Subtraction
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EVS

 Helpers – Contribution of helpers towards the society, Difference between
professionals and community helpers and their tools and work place.

 Rotation and Revolution
 Seasons – Summer Season
 Water -- All living things need water to live, Properties of water, Uses of water, Forms of

water, Sources of water, Water Cycle, Water pollution, Water conservation.
 Activities – Experiments, share and express, demonstration, nature walk, projects and

Topic related assignment.

Summer season Summer season- Monsoon craft
project Cool bag

Solar system Earth craft- Demonstration-
Division of land and water Earth’s revolution

Demonstration – Helpers and tools Water Cycle
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CREATIVE PURSUITS
 Art ‘n’ craft- Art is an expression of soul. Our Li’l Goenkans used their creative minds

to portray their colorful imagination through following activities:
 Painting circles of different sizes, Earth Day Poster, Origami Dog , Mother’s day card,

Wall Hanging using Warli Art, Exotic fruit, Name Plate with Initials, Japanese fan and
butterfly, Tiger and Qutab Minar, Folk Art (Madhubani), Janamashtami (headgear).
 Different techniques like painting, finger printing, stamping, tear and paste, drawing
and coloring, cutting and pasting, Paper Folding (Origami) were used.

 Indian Dance – Introduction of the Bhumi pranam
 Dance routine based on Baisaikhi theme(Punjabi folk dance)
 Introduction of Rajashthani folk dance and the costume and music used in the
dance as a part of Studio Presentation.
 Basic footwork and formation of hands and spins in Indian folk dances.
 Different Formations and work on body alignments.
 Introduction of UP folk dances and the costume and music used In the dance.(
Janamashtmi theme)
 Discussion about the Indian culture and dance forms from different states.

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 Western Dance -
 Introduction of the new dance form ballet
 Basic ballet positions 1st , 2nd and 5th leg and hand both
 Dance routine based on basic ballet steps.
 Basic footwork and formation of hands.
 Different Formations and work on body alignments.
 Introduction of the new dance form from Japan YOSAKOI as part of Studio
Present at ion
 Discussion about the Japanese culture and dance

 Theatre –
 Stage ethics, Facial muscle and voice pitch exercises
 Memory retention exercises through numbers
 Head to toe warming up , expansion and contraction exercises
 Human props – Students imitated and enacted like various objects.
 Speech clarity exercises
 Attitude of gratitude- Verbal skill exercise to encourage children for public speaking
 Going back to the roots- Enactment of Panchtantra stories.
 Team building exercises
 Japanese theme- Enactment of a scene.
 Studio presentation practices - Short play in which three stories were clubbed. The
old man and his four sons, Arjun and bird’s eye and the soup stone.

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 Library- To inculcate appropriate reading habits :
 The students read interesting books from the class library.
 They visited the library and read age appropriate books.
 Our Goenkans enjoyed story telling sessions
 They loved carrying a story book home, every Friday.

 Tab Room- Children enjoyed recapitulating the concepts taught in the class in a play
way method in tab room on the following topics:

 What comes after, what comes in between,
 Helpers
 Greater than/ lesser than
 Shabd banao-2 letter words, 3 letter words
 Helpers
 Picture addition,
 Number names (one to ten)
 Picture subtraction
 Greatest and smallest numbers,
 Akshar aur vastu and nouns

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 Concept Room- Children enjoyed recapitulating the concepts taught in the class in
a play way method with resources , in concept room on the topic –

 Forward counting(0-99) with Ganit mala and golden bead bars and counters
 Experiment on rotation (causes day and night )
 Summer season with Rangometry
 Greater or lesser with crocodile tray
 Tens and ones with golden bead bars
 Continents and oceans
 Introduction of 100’s place
 Shapes and patterns with pin board and rubberband

 Activity Studio- Children Enjoyed recapitulating the concepts taught in the class in
a play way method in activity studio on the following topics –
 Opposites with concrete object sorting
 2 -3 letters 'आ' मात्रा with LMA box
 A/an with Concrete objects
 ‘sh’ words with Bingo chart game
 Kitchen Activity

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 Physical Education
 We believe that Sports encourages our students to nurture themselves into

disciplined confident, socially committed and well-rounded individuals.
 Physical fitness activities as Head to Toe exercises improve neuro- muscular, co-

ordination, running, jumping and hopping skills and increase muscle strength
.

 Step up – Children learned various games and techniques related to them. Few
are: Scoop ball, Rugby, Tackling obstacle mat, Object relay, Basketball, Baseball,
Blongo ball, Rebounder , Soccer, Paddle ball, Target ball velcro throw, Agility
ladder.

 Taekwondo – The students learnt the basic formations
 One step apchagi
 In-block and double punch
 Jump ap-chagi
 Out -block
 Ladder activity

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GOENKAN NOTES OF CLASS I FOR APRIL – AUGUST 2018

 Yoga - Yoga is a group of techniques used for controlling the body and the mind;
Yoga is a group of physical, mental and spiritual practices or disciplines which
originated in ancient India. The children practiced the following:

 Om chanting
 Padmasana
 Vajrasana
 Tadasana
 Tiryaktadasana
 Pad -Hastanasana
 Katichkrasana

Kitchen Activity

Peanut Chana Ladoo

Ingredients :
1. Roasted Chana
2. Roasted Peanuts
3. Ghee
4. Jaggery
5. Butter Paper

Method : Under Adult supervision
 Step 1: Take grinded Roasted Chana and peanuts.
 Step 2: Heat a little water in a microwave oven. Add the jaggery powder and stir
until fully dissolved.
 Step3:Add the peanuts and Chana.
 Step 4: Once cool enough to handle, make small balls and keep them on a butter
paper.
 Step 6: Finally ladoos are ready to eat.

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UNIT-‘ VADYA’ Sangeet For All
MUSIC ACTIVITES
OBJECTIVE
 Warm up exercises ACTIVITIES
1. Welcome song
 Instrumental Knowledge 2. Greeting song
( t heory) 3. Breathing exercises
4. AUM Chanting
 Instrumental Knowledge 5. Sa re ga ma practice with hand signs and sa re
( pract ical)
gayein song
 ‘Vadya’ songs 6. Clapping game (tom, ta-ke, ta-ke-dhi-mi)
‘Vadya’ story (Ch-1, Ch-2, Ch-3)

1. Percussion kit activity
2. Xylophone activity (simple melodies like raga

durga)
1. Hum hain vadya
2. Vadya vadya I want to visit you

 Listening and Musical story (listening to different instrumental
appreciating music tracks along with a story)
Earth day, Mothers day, Japan song, Guru mantra,
 Special (theme)songs Shant i mantra, Kabir ke dohe, Independence day
song
 Performance
Studio presentation

THE JAPAN SONG

1. When we go to Japan, go to Japan
And we have to say Hello, Hello

We say KONICHIWA, KONICHIWA,
KONI CHI WA …

2. When we go to Japan, go to Japan
And we have to say Thank you, Thank you

We say AARIGAATO, AARIGAATO,
A A RI GA A T O…

3. When we go to Japan, go to Japan
And we have to say Bye-bye, bye-bye
We say SAAYONAARA, SAAY ONAARA,

SA A Y ONA A RA …

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