Science Experiment: Pre-schoolers
July 27, 2022:A science experiment of blowing a balloon without using the mouth was conducted with Nursery students.
The teacher took a small bottle, baking soda, a balloon and vinegar. The teacher poured half a cup of vinegar into the bottle and put 2 tea spoons of baking soda in the balloon. Then she secured the mouth of the balloon over the mouth of the bottle. The balloon was lifted from the end. Now, when the baking soda got mixed with the vinegar, it created a chemical reaction which resulted in the formation of carbon dioxide gas. As the carbon dioxide gas filled the bottle, the balloon inflated.
All the students started clapping on seeing the balloon blow and enjoyed.
Preschoolers celebrated Baisakhi
April 13, 2022: To make children aware of the spring harvest festival in all it's essence, the Preschoolers celebrated Baisakhi on April 13, 2022.
Everyone was dressed to their best in colourful attires. The children dressed in ethnic wear danced to the tunes of Baisakhi music. A video on the significance of Baisakhi was shown to the little ones.
Toy party organised for the little learners
April 12, 2022: A 'Toy party' was organised for the little learners of Nursery on April 12, 2022. For the activity, students chose their favourite toys and brought a variety of toys like cars, dolls, Spiderman, Mickey mouse etc. Each student was given a chance to voice out their feelings .
This activity gave them a chance to develop their oratory skills and foster their imagination. It built confidence and developed effective communication skills in students. It was an interesting and thrilling experience for the tiny tots where they shared their feelings with peers in the fun and comfortable learning arena in the 'Toy Party'.
New Delhi, Aug 19, 2021: To celebrate the virtuous bond of love between a brother and sister, a special assembly on 'Rakshabandhan' was conducted at the pre-school level. Pre-schoolers spoke a few lines on the significance of the festival and how the eternal bond between a brother and sister is celebrated in India. They also presented dances and songs. As an extended activity , younglings made beautiful rakhis. The vibrant, colourful attires and innocent smiles brightened the ambience and lifted everyone's spirit.
New Delhi, July 2021: Rainy day is always a fun time for the kids even if it is celebrated in the school. The rains bring with it, everything that gives you a happy and content feeling.
The little ones made paper boats of different colours and sizes. They floated their boat in a bowl of water and sang the song 'Haiya O haiya O.... Pani mei chali meri choti si nayya hoo....'