Fun Activity of Kindergarten: MRIS, Sec 51, Gurugram

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How to teach Kids | from a Prague kindergarten, part 1 | English for Children

How to manage 15+ Czech five year old kids in your classroom, if you only speak English? It´s easy, no worries. You need a clear and structured lesson plan, you need to be a leader and you need to show a big warm smile. Use body language too and you will succeed. Children love to be surprised, entertained, they love physical activities and once you do all of it, you can introduce and drill any language you like, even comparatives.

Special Assembly ( Grade - I, II, III) held on 16.03.2013

An amalgamation of various themes was presented by the students of Grade 1 to 3 of Manav Rachna International School, Charmwood on 16th March 2013 at the school campus. The assembly was all about the themes covered so far and reflected their learning in forms of skits, songs and vibrant dances.

As rodas do ônibus | Músicas infantis | Desenhos Animados

As rodas do ônibus | Músicas infantis | Desenhos Animados As rodas do ônibus giram, giram Giram, giram, Giram, giram As rodas do ônibus giram, giram Pela cidade Os passageiros dizem "Bom dia" "Bom dia", "Bom dia" Os passageiros dizem "Bom dia" Pela cidade O gato no ônibus lê, lê, lê Lê, lê, lê, Lê, lê, lê O gato no ônibus lê, lê, lê Pela cidade O macaco no ônibus diz "Por favor" "Por favor", "Por favor", O macaco no ônibus diz "Por favor" Pela cidade A aranha no ônibus diz "não me pise" "Não me pise", "Não me pise" A aranha no ônibus diz "não me pise" Pela cidade O porco no ônibus ronca, ronca, Ronca, ronca, Ronca, ronca O porco no ônibus ronca, ronca Pela cidade Os passageiros dizem "Boa viagem" "Boa viagem", "Boa viagem" Os passageiros dizem "Boa viagem" Pela cidade #littlebabybum #DesenhosAnimados © El Bebe Productions Limited

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Special Theme Assembly by Kindergarten children on 26.10.2013

MRISCW. organised a special assembly for the students of Kindergarten on 26th Oct'13, wherein the children presented their learning's to their Parents. The assembly started with the lighting of the lamp by the Director Principal of MRISCW, Mrs. Sanyogita Sharma and the Parents. This was followed by the Gayatri Mantra and the Prayer, presented by the children of KG SW. Students of Grade-II presented Ganesh Vandana. The element of energy and momentum could be seen in the children as they came forward and presented their items. KG GES. children came up and spoke about their Paragon Learning's of this Unit ie,Unit4 (what do clothes teach us about people?). It was then followed by the Fable famous during the Renaissance Period----"Elves and the Shoemaker". This was performed wonderfully by the students of KG Numeracy. Another fable that was presented with full pomp and show was that of "Cindrella" by the students of KG.LS. A scene in this fable had a ball dance sequence which was performed by the students of KG.GES. The students of KG. SW. presented the Transition Song of the unit 4. Also part of the programme was a ramp walk with a difference, wherein, the students of KG.IT., showcased clothes worn in India and around the World. To pep up the spirit of coming festival Diwali, we had children from KG. Literacy, showcasing the excerpts from Ramayana- the homecoming of Lord Rama along with Sita, Laxman and Hanuman and a Dandiya dance to welcome them home. These children also talked about their learning centre's like English, Hindi, Maths, Ges and Robotics. The programme was colourful and was well appreciated by one and all. The parents and teachers were proud alike. The encouraging words by Director, Principal, Mrs. Sanyogita Sharma were motivating for teachers and children as well. The programme concluded with an interactive activity on best out of waste, wherein, the parents made different things with the newspaper. For more pics please click below

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.

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