“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart.” – Helen Keller
Hope everyone enjoyed the beautiful weather during the Onam Break! The children are back rejuvenated and full of energy. It’s great to see their happy smiling and excited faces when they enter school.
Every day brings new growth, new milestones, and new wonderment, but the challenges of juggling our adult lives often prevent us from fully appreciating the delicate nuances of our children’s’ childhood. However, instead of worrying about how many minutes you can spend with your children each day, focus on turning those minutes into memorable moments. Parents often compensate for having such a small quantity of time by scheduling “quality time.” If you find a way to make the most of every moment that you have with your kids, you will not only be a wonderful parent, but you will also be teaching your kids how to be good adults.
The past week has be a happy reunion of friend, students and teachers. This week, Wow Wednesday, ‘Yellow Day’- was a sunny bright day at school, each person dressed in their brightest of bright yellow added a lot of sunshine to the happy ambiance.
The Sunflower skit and song by the teachers was a treat for the children who watched the show with amazement and wonder. Thank you parents for keeping the WOW Wednesdays as lively as you can, it means a lot to the children.
Save the next two dates –
‘Grandparents Day’ –27th September 2019. 9:30 am – 12:30 pm. This is exclusively for all grandparents to be with us and have an enjoyable time at ELC. It would be great if they could, sing a song, say a poem or tell us a story. The children will love it and so will we. Language no barrier.
‘Mommies and Friends Day’ –28th September 2019. 9:30 am – 12:30 pm.
It’s the Mommies’ turn now for a day out at ELC, along with a friend. All mums and their friends are invited for a day of some learning, bonding, and plenty of fun.
We have in store for you, talks on;-
- ‘Early Positive Brain Experiences- by Dr Femitha Shifas- MD Paediatrics, DM Neonatology Consultant Department of Neonatology KIMS.
- ‘Communicating with your child’ – Sharayu Thampi. Centre- Head
We also have activities so mum and child can create together, play together, and certainly enjoy together. Since more the merrier, along with you and your child, please bring your friend and her child to be part of this event.
Please do confirm with us by the 21st of September, for both the events to help us plan the logistics accordingly. You could RSVP by mail or call the school number #9847656060 to confirm a Yes or a No.
‘First Parent Teacher Meeting’ –5th October 2019. Timing will be sent individually to parents for 10 minute time slots each.
Gandhi Jayanti- 2nd Oct will be a Holiday for Preschool and Childcare.
Dusherra Hoildays on 7th and 8th October for Preschool.
Childcare is open, please do let us know if you will be sending your child on the preschool holiday, we will let you know about the extra charges.
September 25th will be ‘Shape Day’– Do send your child dressed in the theme –please do send in an object for Show and Tell related to the theme.
Please visit our Facebook page, ‘Like’ it and follow it regularly. We post pictures every day of a highlighted experience at school.
Please find attached the unit overview letter of Unit 2 which starts on Monday.
Once more a request to all- Please visit our Facebook page, ‘Like’ it and follow it regularly. We post pictures every day of a highlighted experience at school.
UNIT OF INQUIRY- The children played games which they enjoyed the most during the last one month. Musical chairs , Chinese whispers and Building blocks. They are now able to demonstrate their learning and have understood the concept of Teamwork and Self-regulation.
LITERACY : This week was a revision week for our children after Onam break. We reinforced all the sounds /s/, /a/ and /t/. We did various activities like sand tracing, writing in workbook, singing phonics song and vocabulary building. Children enjoyed doing a craft related to /t/ sound. Library time helps enriching their knowledge as well as their vocabulary.
NUMERACY : Children revised oral counting from 1-10 through rhymes like Ten Little Indians and One Two Buckle My Shoe. We did writing from 1-4 in our workbook.
CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT : This week we celebrated Yellow Day and enjoyed doing some beautiful crafts. The children made Sunflower and Bumble Bee which is displayed on the Discovery wall. Children enjoyed the Art class and were very enthusiastic for the light table activity.
- Children enjoy the much awaited Zumba session on Magic Monday.
- Western Dance was super fun on Thursday
- Splash Pool
SOCIAL&EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT: The children were happy to see their friends after the Onam break.