Group Name: Skittles.
Come on! Come on!
All my friends, let us bake a friendship pie and we shall share with all our friends.
It will be full of love, kind words, sharing, caring and compassion. The little ones had an amazing time making a friendship pie today. It was a great reminder to us to be a good and a kind person always to everyone around us. That was a wonderful way to know and live happily in the world.
Kids enjoyed our balls tossing indoor activity. They were given a task to choose favorite colors of balls, jump through the hula hoop and toss the ball to a box. A good activity to develop their Physical, Social and Emotional Development.
Who is your best friend? Let’s make a bracelet for him or her. Skittles made an awesome bracelet today and they were happy to take them home to give it to their best friend. It was good to develop their imagination skills and creativity.
Phonic /u / and its sound was introduced. Kids developed their fine motor skills by tracing dotted lines to form up phonic /u/ on paper.
Group Name: Pollys.
Little Pollys had an awesome time learning about friendship today.
They started the day by having a friendly circle time. The Little ones learned that all around the big blue globe, they can find friends and make a new friendship. The more friends they get, the happier they become. It was such a great way to boost their communication and language skills.
Happy, friendly Wreath!
Little Pollys made an amazing wreath and they use tiny fingerprints to make it colorful.As children get involved in arts and crafts they learn faster and better. That was great for their fine motor coordination!
During the Numeracy class, kids traced numbers one to five, hence developing their numeracy and fine motor skills. The Little ones finished their day with an indoor racing game.
This activity was aimed at boosting moral for the day. They were happy to show their racing ability, which enhanced their physical, social and emotional skills.
Group Name: Seattles
“Your friend is my friend and my friend is your friend”
The more kids chant this Rhyme, they develop the ability to hear, identify and manipulate sounds. Kids enjoyed holding hands and playing while singing.
Friendship is vital to children’s healthy development. By interacting with friends, children learn a lot of social skills, such as how to communicate, cooperate, and solve problems. They practice controlling their emotions and responding to the emotions of others. Kids were given paper plates. Their hands were painted. Kids learned to tolerate others by exchanging hands on each other’s plate. Kids put their hand prints on the plates of their friends.
We learn numbers often because it’s part of children’s everyday life. The kids had numbers pasted on various shapes. They were to recognize the number and match it to the corresponding number and its shape.
A wonderful day to be with friends…