OUR BIGGG Ganpati for school…made by our teachers…
Creativity aesthetics secularism acceptance seed sown through this activity for kids
Developing fine motor skills….observational skills….focused and having fun!!!
Rapt attention. Ganpati making has got them engrossed.
Dian taking care of his ganpati at home.
DAY 1: GANPATI HOMECOMING!!!
Ganpati bappa moryaa….
Praying and singing in tune…
Amazed and surprized!!!
DAY 2: VISARJAN!
Water getting ready for immersing the ganpati…
Final goodbye…to this years ganpati…Agle baras fir anaa :)
Why whispering….? Whispering our wishes…May they come true!
It doesn't end here….ohhh the month of August!!!!
Colouring , paper crushing, tear and paste, cutting.....hand printing..
Rakhi’s for all!!!!
Our Big fat huge rakhis….
V made our own rakhi..i love my self...i take care of my self.
With handmade pom pom rakhis..
Love you tree…..Vow to protect you…
We love our rabbits and geese and daffy duck too….
Our beautiful tree..make us happy…
The mixed Age group kids understood what why and how of the water cycle, photosynthesis, air pollution and the role of trees in their lives through the group project on trees. On rakshabandhan you see them sealing their relationship with gratitude.
Joy of being. Joy of learning.
Playgroup children learning about gratitude to those who nurture and care for us like the teachers, ayahs, van bhayiyas, trees and plants and Moolchand mali bhaiya by tying rakhis.
Pick and choose your favourite rakhi.
Appreciating and honouring each other.
Our cook Sushila didi..thankyou thankyou thankyou....
My tree made me understand the water cycle and the why what how of trees in my life.
Vow to protect you bunny rabbits. Love you too…..
Ohhh! the month of August!!!
School All geared up for kids and Independence day celebration.
Get set go for Independence day.
I got it all celebrating Independence Day. Rhythm, music, movement, co-ordination.
The kids go marching one by one hurrahh hurrah....
Flag hoisting by Mrs Shobha Dev.
Honouring my flag singing national anthem.
Rashtriya geet...saare jahan, nanna munna raahi we sing it all together.
Mama gave us tiffin matching my flag. I love my flag.
I made my matching head gear. I love my flag.
Sharing my tri-colour tiffin.
I am a proud Indian.
As part of Rakshabandhan, learning to build a relationship with Mother Earth.
Do and Learn.
All about seeds, sprouting, sowing, potting, manure, watering, nurturing and taking responsibility.
I’m totally engrossed involved because when I do things myself I enjoy I’m happy.
So proud and happy I can do this too.
Nur A…’Lets Plant A Flower…Lets Plant A Tree…Lets Plant A Fruit for you…For…MEEEeee.’
Reap what you spw. Learning to reuse plastic.
Play group kids enjoying the sowing activity.
Play Group kids getting ready for Independence Day
A pendant inspired by my flag for me to wear on Independence Day
Get set go. Getting ready to understand my relationship with and towards trees.
You’ll soon know what we are making.
Leaf printing activity.
Our tree roots in making.
Tempting invite for kids from the white 'semul' cotton carpeting the lawns of Mothercare School these days.
Inviting inspiring sunflowers too
My name begins with……
Happy Faces we sport hand made beginning sounds of our names say Tisya, Reyansh,Manasvi, Hasini
I can tread on the tyres my very own ropeway
Handwork by the outgoing seniors of play group
Handwork of new incoming group of Play group.
Earth Day : Nursery kids learning to sow
Gidda Rhythm, music, dance steps, pillars and inspirers of Mothercare School giving the showhow to the kids.
The spirit of Baisakhi encapsulated
The new ones being initiated to the Mothercare way of learning
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And they get it, just like that!
Dancing joyfully to the tune.
Colourful dresses and happy faces…learning the joy of togetherness.
Veeru.. a Labrador
Jai.. a Labrador
Gabbar a german shephard!
Rabbits , burrows feeding them and loving them.
Papa Goose, Mamma Goose and 7 little goslings. Our Easter gift.
With my Ma’am’s