04/11 to 08/11

              ‘In a world where you can be anything- Be Kind’- ~Jennifer Dukes Lee

Dear Parents,

There are many benefits of teaching a child to be kind; small acts of kindness can start from the very beginning. Teaching and encouraging kindness is related to many positive outcomes. Scientific studies have shown that kindness has a great number of physical and emotional benefits, and that children require a healthy dose of warmth and love in order to flourish as cheerful and versatile individuals. Matters of the heart must be taken seriously and nurtured as a matter of priority.

At school we do our best to encourage small acts of kindness. Learning to share, learning to wait for your turn, helping a friend, smiling at each other are many of the little acts of kindness that our children are learning on a daily basis, this will lead to a strong personal, social and emotional development in the future.

 ‘The TRINS Broadway- Early Years’ on the 30th of November.

We request you to please inform all your friends and family to attend the first ever ‘Early Years- TRINS Broadway’. The cost of each pass is Rs 500/- The proceeds of the event will be donated to a social service cause as is the tradition at TRINS.

16th November 2019

Looking forward to meeting you for a presentation by our PYP coordinator Mr. Sanjay Prabhakaran and for the Broadway Agenda.

We understand that parking is a concern, we can have the school van pick you up from the Techno park visitors’ parking lot- We will run two shuttles for that one day. One at 9:30 am and one at 9:45 am. Drop back at 12:00 noon. Kindly let us know if you wish to avail this shuttle option on the 16th of November.

We hope everyone has sent in the costume money by now. If not please do so latest by Monday 11th Nov.

“STRIPES DAY” – Horizontal, vertical and even diagonal stripes , the centre was a riot of colours with each child dressed in their ‘Stripy Best’- Thank you parents for keeping the spirt of the ‘WOW- Wednesday’ and enjoying it as much as the children and we do.

Next Week

WOW Wednesday – November 13th  .- ‘I am a Grown Up’- In keeping with ‘Children’s day’ we ask for you to dress your child up as an adult- a grandma, a grandpa, a teacher, a mum, a dad any grown up who is their favourite. The teachers of course will be dressed as children.  We will be sharing some sweets with the children. There will be a small performance by the teachers for the children’s special day.

Once more a reminder to all- Kindly initial the ‘Sign Out’ register daily. It is kept at the reception.

Request to all- Please visit our Facebook/Instagram pages, ‘Like’ it and follow it regularly. We post pictures every day of a highlighted experience at school.

ACTIVITIES AND FEW PICTURES OF THE PAST WEEK

LITERACY 

  • Show and Tell: Classroom furniture names were told to the children and later they were asked the names of the same. They pointed to the furniture and some children repeated the names of the furniture.
  • A book based on a ‘Birthday Party’ was read to the children.
  • Children were given 3 objects to put in a box and facilitator will hide one of the objects. They had fun identifying which object was hidden. 
  • The children enjoyed singing and acting the Jolly Phonics Song for the sounds, ‘s/a/t/p/’-  The snake is in the grass, Ant on my arms, When I watch the Tennis Game, Puff out the Candles

UNIT OF INQUIRY

  • Rhyme time: ‘This is the way we brush our teeth’ and ‘12345 once I caught a fish’ were introduced.
  • Brushing Activity: A well enjoyed activity by the children. Children were asked to brush their teeth with their own toothbrush and paste.
  • Dramatization of the rhyme “12345 once i caught a fish alive”: children enjoyed catching fish and playing with water

NUMERACY

  • Square shape revision activity: Children had fun jumping from a small square to the bigger one
  • Circle shape revision activity: Children scribbled on the picture of a balloon
  • Counting leaves: Children played with the leaves and were excited to paste leaves on a piece of paper
  • Show and tell number with fingers: Children identified the number of fingers shown to them and repeated the numbers 1 and 2
  • Peek a boo Activity : Children were provided with a board in which circle and square were covered with a piece of paper and children had to lift the paper to find out which is the hidden shape and tell the shape name to the facilitator

CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT

  •  Children decorated the stripes and pasted it on a big chart paper
  • WOW Wednesday: Beautiful bumble bees were made by the children using stripe cut outs
  • Finger paint: Children had fun painting with pink colour on a cake image using their fingertips.
  • A fish cut out was beautifully decorated by the children using colourful glitter paper and various other tools

   PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Fun in Tunnel: Children enjoyed going in the tunnel and coming out from the other end of the tunnel.
  • Sand Pit Play and Sensory walk : Children walked barefoot on the sensory garden and experienced all the textures

SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Children had a fun filled cooking activity. They enjoyed putting and mixing all the ingredients to make ‘bhel puri’.
  • Taking turns and waiting for their turn during various group activities was a fun way of learning to be patient
  • Children took the initiative themselves to go around and play in groups. 
  • Pool time : children had lot of fun in the splash pool

MENU FOR 11th NOVEMBER TO 22nd NOVEMBER

  MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
LUNCH Kallappam Potato curry Dosa Tomato chutney Sambhar Chappatti Egg Curry Idly Chutney Sambhar Thali Meals
  DESSERT Gulab jamun Payasum Kesari Chocolate custard Payasum
  EVENING SNACKS Muffins Cut Fruits Cake Slices Vada French Fries
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY
  LUNCH Idiappam Veg stew Veg Pulav Veg Kurma Dosa Kadal curry Chappatti Potato Curry Idly Sambhar Chutney
DESSERT Shahi Tukda Cut fruits Kadala payasum Shahi Tukda Payasum
EVENING SNACKS Vegetable Sandwich Banana Fitters Bread Pakoda Channa chundal French fries

Regards,

Arti Rawat & Rasha Mirza