11th August – 17th August

Unit of Inquiry   

Continuing further with the 1st line of inquiry, students inquired about the Earth, its position, colour, the moon, rotation and the cycle of day and night. Students were introduced to the central idea visually.

They commenced their provocation about Day/Night through a nature walk and observed their surroundings. Post the nature walk, they inquired about thought provoking questions about the natural cycle.A story called ‘what makes day and night?’ was narrated too.

An experiment with globe and torch was conducted in the class to demonstrate the cycle of day and night. The students discussed how rotation of earth causes day and night.

They loved watching an online story:



Students were given pictures of ‘a’ family words. They identified the pictures and read the CVC words aloud ; wrote the words on the slate too.


Students were shown flash cards of Hindi numbers (ek, do, teen, char and paanch) and were familiarized with the Hindi formations of gintee.

Reinforcement of vyanjans ब, स, न, ल, घ, र was done through flash cards. They tried forming two letter words from those cards and related pictures were shown.



Reinforcement of odd/even was done through various learning engagement. Peer assessment was carried out where students paired up for the activity.


Students continued to extend their learning about the unit by working on the weather app. In addition to learning about the unit of inquiry, students used technology to trace numbers and letters on the iPad.



The students revised their concept of warm and cool colours. They used crayons and pencil colours to fill the geometric shapes which they drew with the help of stencils.


Student learned a combination of elementary level (Jazz, Blade) hands and (First and second Parallel) feet positions with different type of music during their dance routine.


Physical Education

Students worked on motor development and improved their endurance by running relay races. Students also were involved in different recreational games wherein they used cones and a ladder. Improving  flexibility with yoga exercises was also in focus.


6th August to 10th August

Unit of Inquiry                                                   

Kindergarteners commenced their 1st unit under the Transdisciplinary Theme: How the world works.

Central Idea: The Earth’s natural cycles influence the activities of living things.
Lines of Inquiry:

  • Natural cycles go through a process of change.


  • The effects of natural cycles on living things.


  • Human impact on the Earth’s natural cycles.


The students engaged in a thought provoking discussion on the things that are present in the solar system (sun, moon and planets).


They were shown an online video on solar system

Comet meets the solar system


The students also loved singing the ‘Solar system song’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZ-qLUIj_A0  (


They were read a book called ‘The planets’ which provided a further insight into the solar system; the number of planets, their position in the solar system, and their characteristics etc.



Students reinforced the phonic sounds through various activities using the Montessori Large Moveable box material. They were asked to pick up random objects from the class and identify the initial and the final sound for the same. As a follow up, they were given slates and asked to write the letters on the slate. They loved pasting pictures of different objects in their journals and practiced writing the initial and final sound next to each picture.


Reinforcement of vyanjan ‘घ’, ‘र’, ‘ल’ was done through flash cards/objects/toys. Initial sound of the objects and recitation of vyanjan was undertaken. Students also practiced the formation of the vyanjan ‘घ’ through rainbow tracing.

They played a ‘mystery bag’ game in which they were asked to collect object and guess the initial vyanjan for each. Subsequently they practiced writing the vyanjan on their slate.

Students enjoyed learning a new Hindi rhyme ‘Ginti – ek, do, teen’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QQ9o_wLCU8


Students were shown flash cards for Subitising from (1-10). They estimated the numbers and wrote on the slate. They were shown beads in a tray and were asked to estimate the numbers and count to compare how accurately they had managed to estimate.

They wrote numbers from (1-10) on the given place value lines. i.e ones on green and tens on blue lines.

To further strengthen their concept of odd/even, they were read a book titled ‘Missing mittens’ by Stuart Murphy.


Students extended their learning of the unit through an iPad app ‘Marco Polo Weather’. They used the app to explore different seasons, weather, the changes in the environment and their effect on human beings.



The students loved singing she’ll be coming round the mountain’ (https://youtu.be/l42FxKm4r_Q), ‘nanha munna rahi hu’” (https://youtu.be/PKYjUOwAk38) and the school anthem ‘Here we stand’.


Students were introduced to warm and cool colours. They also inquired about the colour wheel. They loved using stencils of different geometric shapes for their drawing thereby enhancing their fine motor skills.


Basic routine was undertaken and students concentrated on mobility and flexibility regimes.


Physical Education

Students have begun practicing different modes of stretching exercise to develop body co-ordination to improve the flexibility and strength.


The students were read author Giles Andrea’s wonderful book named ‘Mad about dinosaurs’. The book comprised of lovely illustrations on dinosaurs and some relevant information on various carnivorous and herbivorous species in a perfectly rhyming style. The story kept students thoroughly engaged during their library class.




25th July to 3rd August

The Kindergarteners were engaged with a variety of fun filled activities during their first week in school to make sure they settle into a routine quickly and easily.

An icebreaker activity called ‘roll a topic’ was played to build a classroom community. Students took turns rolling the dice and counted the dots on the dice to answer corresponding questions.


Students were shown a story called ‘The great elephant’. The learner profiles attribute of being caring was emphasized through the same.



Reinforcement of the vyanjan ‘ब’, ‘स‘ and ‘न ‘ was done through flash cards and hands on activities. As a follow up, students identified the picture cut-outs and wrote the respective initial sounds in their process journals.

They also loved watching a story called ‘बंदर की घंटी’ and inferred the characters through stick/hand puppets.


Students learned how to introduce themselves in Hindi.


Students played a treasure hunt game, where numbers were hidden in different corners of the class or them to look for the numbers and identify them.

They associated the quantities with the corresponding numerals through playing cards.

Students also played a number game called ‘Fire on the mountain’ where in they were grouped together by calling out one number randomly.

Later during the week, students were introduced to the concept of subitising with the help of Lego-blocks and number flash cards. As a follow up, the same was reinforced in the journals for a better understanding.


Students started the new academic year with enthusiasm. They framed essential agreements to be followed in the ICT lab and introduced themselves through a fun filled activity.

During the week they worked on Code a pillar, an iPad app which helped students to learn about the fundamentals of coding by breaking the directions into simpler steps.


The students loved singing scales in ascending and descending order with the help of the Kodaly hand signs. They also sang ‘she’ll be coming round the mountain.’



Students loved to talk about their favourite colours during art class. As a follow up, they made some essential agreements for colouring inside the art room. They also improved their artistic skills by colouring  a given composition using crayons and colour pencils.



Student are learning combination of elementary level (Jazz, Blade) hands and (First and second parallel) feet positions with different type of music during their dance routine.