On February 12th, 2022, our school hosted its annual event, Inter-School KIDZ MANIA, Season 5. Everyone was filled with zeal and enthusiasm at the event for classes Nursery to II. Participants from twelve different schools gave outstanding performances in five different events.
Catch a few glimpses of the event!
When children learn with fun they will never forget what they learned.
By doing, children learn. They have a strong desire to get involved in activities. Tinkering and messing about with objects around them teaches them a lot. With the use of matchsticks, LKG and UKG students built magnificent homes.
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
How I wonder what you are
Up above the world so high
Like a diamond in the sky
On Thursday, February 10, 2022, the kindergarten Kundanites celebrated Star Shape Day. With the help of an activity in which pupils had to create a star, the teacher introduced the star shape. It was a fascinating experience for kids to watch the stars during the day. Dancing on the action song “Touch the Stars” was another fun-filled activity of the day.
On February 2, 2022, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Kundan International School, in collaboration with GMHS Khudda Jassu, held a virtual mock parliament session through Google Meet. The session was marked by the presence of CCPCR’s distinguished dignitaries. The session began with a welcoming note for the distinguished guests, followed by a ‘Question Hour’ session in which the bill on the topic of community service as a mandatory subject in the school curriculum was presented.
The bill was then circulated to elicit the opinions of the members of Parliament. The bill was passed with a clear majority.
As members of Parliament, the children did an outstanding job. They had put in tremendous efforts to ensure that the event was a success. Both schools want to expand their programmes.
Leave a colourful imprint on the world with your life’s fingerprints.
Students’ attention is an important part of facilitating meaningful and active learning, so education that attracts their attention is critical.
Students in nursery class completed a great Fingerprint Alphabet project in which they created various objects such as elephants, dogs, cats, flowers, honey bees, and so on. They took part in this activity with zeal.
Raksha Bandhan is the perfect time to show love and affection towards siblings. “Green Rakhi” is an act of tying rakhi to trees to shield them from saws and axes. Tiny Tots tied rakhis to plants and trees and took an oath to take care of them. While motivating students teachers said that human life is only possible if we care about tree as they are the centre of human creation. We depend on trees for almost everything whether it is food cloth shelter or other necessary things in life so trees should be taken care and treated as our real brother and sister, so every year such eco-friendly Green Rakhi must be celebrated.
Freedom in the mind, faith in the words, pride in our hearts and memories in our souls…. Let us salute our nation on Independence Day!”
To instill a feeling of patriotism and to make the children more aware of the innumerable sacrifices made by our great leaders, a Special Assembly was conducted on Friday,13th Aug for the Pre-Primary wing.
On this patriotic occasion, the students of Kindergarten got dressed up as great freedom fighters – Mahatma Gandhi, Bhagat Singh, Subash Chandra Bose, etc. and recited their famous slogans spreading the message of peace, non-violence and love for the nation.
Children dressed up in the get up of freedom fighters of their choice on the eve of Independence Day and spoke few lines about the character they chose.
“Mujhe mat kaato dukhta hai”
When we plant trees, we plant the seeds of Peace and Hope. Humans play an important role in protecting the environment through personal involvement.
Kindergarten wing organised a special assembly on Save Trees where little tiny tots were also made aware about the importance of planting trees. They were sensitized about the important role of the environment and nature in our lives.
The students rendered a message that we must save the trees and plants to save ourselves.
In order to beat the sweltering heat of the summer and to rejuvenate the dull spirits, Ice-cream day was celebrated among the Kindergarten section virtually. It lifted the mood of the whole environment and left smiles on children’s faces. They enjoyed eating ice creams. They also did craft activity and made very beautiful ice cream cones.
There is no role in life that is more essential than that of motherhood.” —Elder M. Russell Ballard
Kundan International School organised a presentation and card making activity on 7th April 2021to celebrate Mother’s Day. Mother is the most important person in our life and they help us to hone our abilities and carve our personalities.
A digitalised card making event was organized to celebrate the importance of mothers in our life. The students of Kundan International School expressed their feelings for their own mothers through their unique creative ideas.
Puppets can be used to bring stories to life and to spark the imagination of students through creative drama. Telling stories with puppets can also help new storytellers to relax and have fun presenting their story.
This activity was conducted virtually for the classes III and IV through Google meet.
An old but well known story ‘The little red riding hood’ was told to the students using the puppets. The students enjoyed it thoroughly. They were enthusiastic to share their stories. Various responses were recorded at the end of this activity.
Eat right, Be Bright
These days, eating habits and choices are the most neglected areas of our lives. To inculcate healthy eating habits among the students, a virtual breakfast party was organised for Kindergarteners. Kids enjoyed healthy breakfast party virtually with their friends and class teacher. They were made aware about the importance of having a balanced diet and following healthy eating habits.
The young Kundanites had a great learning experience when they narrated tales using finger puppets. The activity provided them a platform to showcase their craft and oratory skills. They presented spell bounding tales ranging from classics to innovative stories based on online schooling and their favourite superheroes. It was a joyous moment to witness their performances.
Kindergarten Wing organized Show and Tell Activity to strengthen the verbal skills and to foster public speaking competency of the young minds. The students participated in this activity which helped them to build their self-confidence and self-esteem. It enabled them to improve their descriptive skills by communicating feelings, thoughts and emotions with words. They were excited to share their descriptive narration and waited eagerly for their turn to show and tell. Thus, this event helped our tiny tots to build their social, emotional and language skills
With the summer heat soaring, everybody needs a refreshing drink or two! Class 2 students got together to watch and learn how lemonade is made. The excitement of the children knew no bounds as an in-house chef demonstrated to them how lemonade is made. The children loved watching the process up-close and followed the whole sequence, paying a great deal of attention. The children had a great time pretending to squeeze, sprinkle and stir! The activity ended on a fun note with the children getting to drink the product of the process! A slice of life indeed!
Nature itself has many colours, which makes the world look beautiful. Colours are indeed the smiles of nature. With this objective the students of Nursery class celebrated Red Day on 26-04-2021. To mark this day students and teacher were dressed up in red clothes. They danced on ‘My red balloon’ rhyme and collected five red coloured objects. It was a wonderful learning activity which helped children to understand the concept of primary colours.
To emphasize the importance of physical activity during these unprecedented times, the school organised an online Zumba activity for students of primary classes.
The students danced along the rhythm of the song “I like to move it”, and had a wonderful time letting go of themselves. Here are a few glimpses of little Kundanites having a Zumblast.
To enhance the vocabulary of young learners, a special activity was organized for VII graders where they were guided to make a vocabulary tree. The students learned about synonyms and antonyms in an interesting manner. They presented their work in an exceptionally wonderful manner
Now a days everyone is facing a challenging time because of the pandemic. To decrease the stress of these hard times from the minds of our young ones, a yoga activity was organized for the students.
Yoga is the ultimate practice. It stimulates our inner light, which once lit will never dim. The better your practice, the brighter your flame. Besides bringing peaceful and stress free mind, YOGA also increases flexibility, enhances muscle strength and tones up our bodies.
Here are a few glimpses of our young ones participating wholeheartedly in the activity.
Every day people all over the world celebrate their cultural heritage, simply by living their lives in a way that embodies who they are and where they came from. But one day in a year is set aside to celebrate the joint history and heritage of the human race.
“World Heritage Day” encourages us to celebrate all the world’s cultures, and to bring awareness to important cultural monuments and sites, and to espouse the importance of preserving the world’s cultures.
This year, students of the school also celebrated this special day in the assembly on the theme “Complex Pasts Diverse Future”.
This theme is calling people of all religion to come together keeping aside their differences and giving out the message of solidarity.