• July 4th, 2018

Enjoying the beauty of nature is an important part of the development of a child. Nature gives children the chance to engage all their senses of perception. Exploring nature helps children improve their attention span and enhance the capacity to learn. An activity was conducted for the children

  • June 27th, 2018

It is seen that the faster children practice the ability to recognize sounds in words, the faster they learn to read. To develop this ability, students of KG-II were introduced to ‘og’ and ‘od’ sounds through a story telling session with emphasis on these sounds. This was followed by encoura

  • April 24th, 2018

A healthy body leads to a healthy mind. To keep the body and mind healthy, we need to eat healthy food and avoid the unhealthy food. In a classroom activity, the children of KG-II made a collage to differentiate between healthy and unhealthy food. Pictures of healthy and unhealthy food were distribu

  • April 11th, 2018

Sensory exploration is one of the most interesting ways for the students to learn. From the five sense organs, skin is the most important sense organ. It covers our whole body and senses how things feel by touching as well as acts as a protective barrier. Students of KG II were explained how skin p

  • April 4th, 2018

The children of KG-II were made aware of certain activities as milestones in the process of their growing up. For example they were made to balance themselves on a beam, whistle, and snap their fingers and blow bubbles, bits of papers, cotton balls through a straw. With the above mentioned activitie

  • March 27th, 2018

Tooth plays a very important role in our daily lives. Children losing their milk teeth at the age of 5 years are signs of them growing up. Once a child loses its milk teeth and get the permanent ones, then they have to be very careful and take proper care of them. The children of KG-II were happy an

  • March 21st, 2018

Oh! Grandmaa you know that I love you” took the children down the memory lane. They recollected things which their grandparents do for them, like the surprise gifts, the stories, the cookies and many more things which gave them joy. Involving the children in role play was very interesting whic

  • 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 clas

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