Month’s Theme – 👫Community Helpers🤝
|🎵 Days of the week||🎵 Cobbler cobbler mend my shoes|
|🎵 Month of the year||🎵 Five little soldiers|
|🎵 Snowflakes||🎵 Here comes the fire truck|
|🎵Jingle bells||🎵1 2 3 4 5 once I caught a fish alive|
📆 Important Dates to Remember
|22.12.22 to 02.01.23||Thursday to Monday||Christmas Holidays||Holiday|
💡 Learnings for December
|Areas of Learning||Concepts|
– Recognize numerals up to 7 and 8
– Recite numbers in a sequence of up to 10
– Match the numeral to its quantities
– Identify the odd picture out
– Match sets of the same picture
– Describe and identify the basic shapes (squares, triangles, circles)
– Count objects and make quantities up to 10
– Say numbers up to 10
|Literacy||– Identification and Recognition of letter sounds b, v, j|
– Recap of letter sound
|Knowledge and Understanding of the World||– To learn and identify the names of different community helpers|
– To excite interest in a variety of professions.
– Recognition of people around them and their roles.
– Stories around community helpers and describe the jobs of the characters in the story
|Sensorial||– Number cards|
– Geometrical shapes (Puzzle board)
– Pull stairs
🖍️ Basic Stationery List
Parents can make the below stationary available at home for easy assistance.
- Sketch Pens
- Child-friendly scissor
- Non-toxic glue bottles
📘 How can Parents help at Home?
👩🏻🤝👨🏼We all should respect community helpers because they devote their time, happiness, and energy to us.
👨👩👧Parents can talk about people who help them.
🙏Address them respectfully.
👨👩👧Parents can introduce the people who make your community work.
🙏Parents can show them how you say “Thank You” to your helper and show your appreciation.
🙏Parents can teach their children to treat domestic helpers with immense respect and kindness
and teach kids at home to respect and speak kindly to them.
🗣️Talking enables children to expand their vocabulary and understanding of the world. The ability to carry on a conversation is important for reading development
📖Encourage your child to pretend to read, especially in books that contain repetition and rhyme. Most children who enjoy reading will eventually memorize all or parts of a book and imitate your reading. This is a normal part of reading development.
🙎🏻Encourage your child to express himself or herself. This will help your child develop a richer vocabulary. It can also help with pronouncing words clearly
🎵Letter sounds identification through books can be done and jolly phonic songs are easily available in YouTube. Activities such as circling the letter sound in newspapers or magazines at home.
🔢Numbers can be revised through objects, number books, puzzles, and number cards if available at home.
🧺Parents can encourage their child, without touching the objects, to sort things that are heavy and things that are light.
🥣Give your child plastic bowls or straws or pencils of varying sizes.
🏀Stacking and sorting toys are a great way to teach your child the difference between big and small.