Month’s Theme – 🧑🏽⚕️Health and Hygiene🧴
|🎵 Wash wash wash your hands||🎵 Month of the year|
|🎵 This is the way we brush our teeth||🎵 Carrot , peas and broccoli Vegetables are so healthy|
|🎵 Brush your teeth, brush your teeth||🎵 Rolly polly|
|🎵 Days of the week|
📆 Important Dates to Remember
|5th to 9th September 2022||Monday to Friday||Literacy Week||Event|
|8th September 2022||Thursday||Onam Celebrations||Event|
|17th September 2022||Saturday||PTM (first term Assessment)||Event|
💡 Learnings for September
|Areas of Learning||Concepts|
|Numeracy||– Number sense up to 7, 8 and 9|
– Oral up to 20
– Shapes and Colours in the environment
|Literacy||– Identifying and Recognition of letter sounds: Dd, Gg, Oo, Uu|
|Knowledge and Understanding of the World||– Difference between healthy and un healthy habits|
– Set up a routine to maintain healthy and hygienic environment
|Sensorial||– (Directions)Left and right through flash cards|
– Big and Small through Pink tower.
🖍️ Basic Stationery List
Parents can make the below stationary available at home for easy assistance of the child.
- child-friendly scissors
- non-toxic glue bottle
- craft paper
- sketch pens
📘 How can Parents help at Home?
🍲Parents can talk to your child about healthy food and junk food.
🥝A healthy diet is essential for good health and nutrition of a child.
🥘Parents can encourage healthy eating habits.
🥦Encourage eating fruits and vegetables.
🍜Get kids involved in shopping for groceries and preparing meals
📚Spend more time on reading books, encourage child
📘Talk about how and what they are learning.
💁🏽Parents can help with activities like talking, singing, reading, storytelling, drawing and writing help to develop your child’s literacy.
🎵Letter sounds identification through books can be done and jolly phonic songs are easily available in YouTube. Activities such as circle the letter sounds in newspaper or magazines at home. (Sounds of I, p, n)
🔢Numbers up to 8 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.