Newsletter – September 2022 | Foundation I

Branch : Kothanur

August Highlights

Month’s Theme -🌎Places🌎

CircleTime Songs
🎵 Here we go round the Mulberry Bush🎵 Planting song
🎵 One little finger🎵 Count by 10s song
🎵 Open, shut them🎵7 continents song
🎵Days of the week

📆 Important Dates to Remember

DateDayEventNote
5th to 9th September 2022Monday to FridayLiteracy WeekEvent
8th September 2022ThursdayOnam CelebrationsEvent
24th September 2022SaturdayPTMEvent

💡 Learnings for September

Areas of LearningConcepts
Numeracy– Identify the numbers up to 11 to 15
– Making numbers up to 15 using Montessori materials
– Counting numbers from 1 to 40
– Concept of “Heavy and Light”
– Recap of Counts of 10s
– Recap of Tens and Units.
– Number identification of how many objects in a set.
Literacy– Recognition of Group 4 Letter sounds (b,j,z,w,v )
– Writing group 4 letter sounds.    
– Recap of group 1,2 and 3 letter sounds.
– Blending of two letter words (‘at’ family and ‘in family words) 
Knowledge and Understanding of the World– Seven continents
– Countries, food, clothes and tradition)
– Seven wonders of the world.
– Oceans
Sensorial– Tens board
– Baric tablets
– Seguin board
– Sand paper flash cards
– Salt tray
– Montessori Alphabet

🖍️ Basic Stationery List

Parents can make the below stationary available at home for easy assistance of the child.

  • Pencils
  •  Eraser
  •  Child friendly scissors
  •  Crayons
  •  Paint
  •  Glue
  •  Sharpener
  • Craft paper
  • Sketch pens
Arts Crafts Preschool Activities

📘 How can Parents help at Home?

🌎To help the child to know more about continents, oceans, countries, and the seven wonders of the world.

🎵Letter sounds, and identification through books can be done and jolly phonic songs are easily available on YouTube. Activities such as circling the letter sound in newspapers or magazines at home.

🔢Numbers can be revised through number books, puzzles, and number cards if available at home. Make quantities with simple objects and ask the child to count.

📚Spend more time reading books, and encourage children to talk about how and what they are learning.

💁🏽Parents can help with activities like talking, singing, reading, storytelling, drawing, and writing help to develop their child’s literacy.

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