The thrilled and enthusiastic learners were excited when they visited Readers paradise. They enjoyed the world of different kinds of books. They even selected and purchased books of their own choice. The visit was very fruitful for the learners.
Monday, September 26, 2016
Role play is a fun learning through play. It is a fun and a playful activity but is also a key component of a child's learning. PYP 3 learners reflected on their learning by celebrating ‘A day with great personalities’ wherein they were dressed as famous personalities and shared their biography with their peers.
Friday, September 23, 2016
Story telling is an art that has mental, social and educational benefits on children. Kids are great fans of stories and love to listen to them. Reading and storytelling also helps promote language, literacy and brain development. PYP 3 learners celebrated "Kahaani Festival" in their Theme "How we express ourselves" wherein different teachers were invited for the story telling in the class. Ms. Pooja Jayan, Ms. Vishakha, Ms. Navneet, Ms. Monika and Ms. Durgesh came as the guest speakers in the class and narrated different stories. Learners enjoyed the session and reflected about the same.
Monday, September 12, 2016
“Literacy is the road to human progress and the means through which every man, woman and child can realise his or her full potential.” - Kofi Annan
To spread awareness of Literacy Day, learners of PYP 3 visited Rotary Paul Harris School. To spread this message Literacy Day celebration was scheduled on 12th September 2016 to wodge the learners by contributing and donating some stationery items. Learners were empathetic while distributing the items to the students. They sang rhymes and hymns together which was really engaging and delightful.
Sunday, September 11, 2016
Thursday, September 8, 2016
Stories help to develop a child’s imagination by introducing new ideas into their world – ideas about fantastical world, other planets, different settings and invented characters. It encourages the children to realise that they can, and should, imagine anything they want. The beauty of stories is that they can be super realistic or incredibly fantastical. PYP 3 learners today had a fantastic time watching different folk tales. They were able to connect themselves with the stories. The session continued discussing the moral of the stories.