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Pictorial Chart
December 4, 2019December 4, 2019
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Pictorial Chart

The children of SC V-C were actively involved in an activity as part of their understanding of the theme “It’s a Small World”. They researched on the “Mouse Lemur” and pooled the information to create a pictorial chart with a lot of information on this animal. It was a wonderful exercise for the children who...

Homonym Charades (SC I-B & SC I-C )
December 4, 2019December 4, 2019
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Homonym Charades (SC I-B & SC I-C )

Words can be fun toys to play with. The children of SC I-B & SC I-C were introduced to the fun game of charades with the toys being words. The enthusiastic first graders were excited to learn a new game as they took a few common homonyms as a clue for the game. Guessing the...

Presentation Skills
December 3, 2019December 3, 2019
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Presentation Skills

As we strive to prepare our children for the future, one of the skills we try to nurture in their young minds is the confidence to speak in public. The sessions on Presentation Skills with SC IV students were truly enriching as they learned tips on how to interact with the audience, communicate the messages...

Story Telling (BH).
December 3, 2019December 3, 2019
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Story Telling (BH).

Storytelling is the most powerful way to put idea into young minds. Budding Hive students learned the value of self-control through a story using pebbles as the character of the story.

Shapes Detective (Atelier Approach, BH – D)
November 30, 2019November 30, 2019
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Shapes Detective (Atelier Approach, BH – D)

Children were invited to look for shapes all around them. They looked at the leaves and found a few dots just like a circle, leaves with the shape of a triangle and many more shapes all around in the studio.

Therapeutic Painting (SC IE)
November 30, 2019November 30, 2019
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Therapeutic Painting (SC IE)

Children of SC I-E were engaged in Therapeutic Painting. They were given some leaves and invited to paint them however they wanted. The only instruction given to them was to make the leaves look different than their natural/ actual appearance.

Self Introduction
November 29, 2019November 29, 2019
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Self Introduction

Budding Hive students were taught an important social skill – How To Introduce Themselves. To help the little ones remember some basic information about themselves, they were asked to put together basic information such as their name, family, school, city and country using stacks of cards.

Kandinsky Art (Atelier Approach, BH – D)
November 29, 2019November 29, 2019
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Kandinsky Art (Atelier Approach, BH – D)

Wassily Wassilyevich Kandinsky was a Russian painter and art theorist. Kandinsky is generally credited as the pioneer of abstract art. Children used bottles as the base and brushes to paint and created wonderful abstract paintings. It was fun, easy and colorful.

Let’s Add (BH – C)
November 29, 2019November 29, 2019
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Let’s Add (BH – C)

5 red apples on the tree, 1 for you and 4 for me! 4 yellow bananas on the tree, 2 for you and 2 for me! 3 blue berries on the tree, 2 for you and 1 for me! 1 green pear on the tree, 1 for you and none for me! Today the children...