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Fine Motor Skills

Nursery
  • March 20th, 2018

Fine motor skills are those, that involve the refined use of the small muscles, which control the hand,fingers and thumb. As the skill develops, a child is able to complete different tasks such as writing, buttoning, zipping etc.The Nursery children had lots of fun activities related to fine motor skills. One of the most important activity which they thoroughly enjoyed was transferring sand from o

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All About Me

Play Group
  • March 19th, 2018

The ‘All About Me’activity is to help the Play group children know about themselves. The little angles were provided with cuts-outs of boys and girls and instructed to stick bows to the cut out of boys and ribbons to that of girls. This helped them to enhance their fine motor skills as well as strengthen hand-eye coordination.

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Creating Phonological Awareness

KG I
  • March 16th, 2018

Understanding the basic sound of individual letters is an important skill in learning to read. It is the ability to pay attention to identify and use sounds of speech. Through letters, sounds and actions, the students of KG – I were taught about phonics. They are made to practice the sounds of both uppercase and lowercase letters through picture cards and audio visual aids. Students were giv

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Learning Noun

Class II
  • March 16th, 2018

Students of Std. II learnt about noun through an interesting, fun-filled activity this week. After giving proper instruction, the students were divided into small groups. The teacher counted from one to twenty and they wrote as many nouns as they could within a count of 20 in the small chart papers provided to them. At the end of the activity, the teacher lauded the students for their work and rea

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Living and Non Living Objects

Class I
  • March 16th, 2018

Through an interesting activity, the students of Class-I learnt about the concept of Living and Non-living objects.It was based on identifying living or non-living things from the pictures provided to them, followed by pasting them on a chart paper, colouring them and writing any two characteristics about it. The children also learnt about the various differences between living things and non livi

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Paper Crumbling Activity

KG I
  • March 15th, 2018

C​hildren interact with their environment by observing and touching the objects around them. They should be exposed to activities which gives the child perceptual information necessary to efficiently make sense of their environment. Weakness in fine motor skills can affect child’s ability to eat, write legibly, use a computer, turn pages in a book and participate in self care activities such a

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Campus Tour

KG II
  • March 15th, 2018

The KG-II children walked around the SAI Angan campus and located various areas and segments of the campus which have specific interest among the children, be it the swimming pool, garden area, play area, toy train station, cafeteria etc. After the tour the children returned to their respective classrooms and created their imaginary areas of interest, which they best like around the campus. Some o

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Learning Science

Class III
  • March 14th, 2018

Science is a body of knowledge and a process. Science helps in continually refining and expanding our knowledge of the universe and as it does, it leads to a question for future investigation. Practical knowledge of science always helps children to understand better. The students of Class III participated in an exciting group activity named ‘How living things grow’. The students were d

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Learning Mathematics

Class II
  • March 13th, 2018

At SAI we believe in “putting knowledge into practice for complete learning”. MATHEMATICS is not about numbers, equations, computations or algorithms: it is about UNDERSTANDING. We at SAI firmly believe in the words of Helen Keller who said “Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much” . To reinforce this belief, an activity was conducted for Class 2 students, whi

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Playing with Dough

Nursery
  • March 13th, 2018

The malleable play dough helps toddlers to strengthen their hand muscles and develop control over their tiny fingers. This enables them to have a better control over their pencil movement whereby leading to better handwriting. An activity with dough was conducted for students of Nursery. They were excited to experiment with the colorful dough sculpting 3D shapes with minimal support from teachers.

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