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Learning by doing is the best way to learn anything. Under the theme ‘All about me, My Family and My community’ an activity ‘Making outline of body’ using blocks and beads was planned for the students of KG to develop students’ interpersonal and intrapersonal skills wherein students were divided in groups of four to five. Students enjoyed singing the rhyme ‘Head Shoulder knees and toes’ while doing this activity and developed team building skills.
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The school organized an activity ‘Put the ball in the hole’ for students of KG. The students enjoyed the activity and it helped them to develop their concentration, patience, focus and hand-eye coordination. It was a treat to see students trying different techniques to do this activity.
The toddlers of the school dressed themselves up using various clothing items in this play. It enhanced their self-esteem, independent thinking skills, self-will skills along with aesthetic, colour and identification skills. It was a delight to watch the children describing their attire.
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