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MANAV RACHNA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

SECTOR 21 C, FARIDABAD

Ph: 0129-4198500

DATE: 16th May 2014                                                                                                  MRIS 21C/14-15/24

 

Dear parent,

As summer vacations are starting w.e.f. tomorrow, Saturday 17th May’14, we have planned Summer Sparks’14 for our children to start the vacation time with a bang and get involved in activities which are close to their heart. In this process, we cannot move alone on the path of making our children grow into mature adults. Your involvement and participation as parents is inevitable. Research shows that students achieve more in school when their parents are engaged in their education.

Keeping that in mind, we have sent a well-planned holiday homework, for which you be a facilitator not the doer, and try and give our children varied experiences.

Kindly make a note of the following:

  • The school will reopen for all students (Toddlers– Grade V) on Monday, 30th June’14,
  • Teachers will be available in the school till Thursday, 29th of May’14. In case any remedial help is required you can send your child to school between 8:30 am to 10:30 am, with prior consultation with the teacher (you will have to pick and drop your child yourself). The School Library will also remain open for the children till the 29th of May’14 from 8:30 am to 10:30 am.
  • The school office will remain open on all working days between 8:30 am to 1:00 pm during the summer vacation.
  • In case of any clarification regarding Holiday assignments, you can call at the School’s Reception (Phone No. 0129-4198500).

Wish you and your family a happy time together during the vacation.

Warm regards,

Ms. Seema Malhotra

Vice Principal

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MANAV RACHNA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

Sector 21C, Faridabad

SUMMER HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENTS (2013-14)

 

Summer vacations are a time to relax, visit family and friends, play, have fun and use the time fruitfully. At the same time, a connection with the school needs to be maintained. We are sending some activities for you to do with your child at home during the vacations, to help the child stay indoors and escape the summer heat. The following activities are for the parents to do with their children in order to use their time constructively during the vacations:

 

GROUP: BloomZ

 

Summer vacations are a time to relax, visit family and friends, play, have fun and use the time fruitfully. At the same time, a connection with the school needs to be maintained. We are sending some activities for you to do with your child at home during the vacations, to help the child stay indoors and escape the summer heat. The following activities are for the parents to do with their ‘blossoming buds’ in order to use their time constructively during the vacations:

 

Activity 1 – Play-time with Toys:

Keep a short, toy-filled laundry basket in the living room for the little ones to pull out, open and play with at leisure. Most children love sitting in the basket and will spend more time climbing in and out of it than actually playing with the toys. Once they are through with playing, help them tidy up (put the toys back in the basket) and encourage them to close the lid of the basket. Not only will this put them into the habit of tidying up after playing, but will also help them be more responsible about their things.

 

Activity 2 – Read to your child:

Set aside a time in the day to read to your child (preferably books with lots of big and colourful pictures, as this makes it interesting for the child). Not only does this help in building and enhancing the vocabulary of the child, but also helps to develop a love for reading, over a period of time.

 

Activity 3 – My Photo Album:

Take the opportunity to click photographs of your child having fun during the summer break. We would like you to create a photo album by pasting these photographs. Send it to school after the vacations. Try and be as creative and innovative as possible.

 

Activity 4 – Father’s Day:

Father’s Day is on the second Sunday of June. Help your child prepare a Handkerchief for ‘Papa’ with his / her handprints (with fabric colours) on the handkerchief. This would be a memory to cherish forever, both for the father and the child.

 

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GROUP: TODDLERS

 

Activity 1 – Play-time with Toys:

Keep a short, toy-filled laundry basket in the living room for the little ones to pull out, open and play with at leisure. Most toddlers love sitting in the basket and will spend more time climbing in and out of it than actually playing with the toys. Once they are through with playing, help them tidy up (put the toys back in the basket) and encourage them to close the lid of the basket. Not only will this put them into the habit of tidying up after playing, but will also help them be more responsible about their things. Take this opportunity, also, to strengthen the concepts of open-close, in-out and empty-full, which have already been discussed with them in class.

 

Activity 2 – Coloured Ice-cubes:

Take edible colours (any colour available), mix them separately with water and set them in different shaped moulds to freeze into ice cubes. Once frozen, let your child de-mould it have fun with it and watch it turn back into water.

 

Activity 3 – Kitchen Games:

Keep your toddler busy while you work in the kitchen by playing games, such as guessing games, sensory games, colour games, shapes games, etc:

  • Have her/him close the eyes and guess what you are cooking by the fragrance of the food being cooked.
  • Or you could even hand over an ingredient – like cinnamon, cardamom, orange, etc. and ask to smell and guess what it is.
  • You could also ask them to close the eyes and guess what you are doing by listening to the sounds in the kitchen.
  • Hand the child certain objects (while the eyes are closed) and ask the child to feel and guess what the object is (for instance a wiggly jelly, a squishy sponge, smooth rubber glove, rough kitchen towel, etc.).

 

Activity 4 – Read to your child:

Set aside a time in the day to read to your child (preferably books with lots of big and colourful pictures, as this makes it interesting for the child). Not only does this help in building and enhancing the vocabulary of the child, but also puts him / her into the habit of reading everyday.

 

Parent- Involvement Activities:

Besides the activities mentioned above, we have some Parent Involvement Activities that you are required to do with your child and send them to school after the vacations.

Kindly do the ‘ticked’ activity from Activity 1, 2 and 3. Activity 4 and 5 are compulsory for everyone.

 

Activity 1 - Handprint Peacock:

Dip your child’s hand in poster-paint and take a hand-print impression to make a peacock. Draw a beak and an eye on the thumb impression, and feet with the help of a sketch pen. Help the child decorate it with glitter, sequence, or any other decoration material, and the peacock is ready.

 

Activity 2 – Shapes:

Cut out different shapes (using different colours) from a pastel paper and use them to make any figure such as a car, a bird, an animals, a house, an aeroplane, a train, etc (for example, for a train use circles for wheels, use rectangle for the engine, coaches, etc.).

 

Activity 3 – Create a 3-D Model of a Mini-Wardrobe:

Use your imagination and creativity to create a 3D model of a mini-wardrobe, using any material of your choice (such as fabric, paper, craft-foam or any other material). The wardrobe could include clothes and accessories such as t-shirts, shirts, pair of jeans, capris, shorts, gowns, frocks, night-suits, kurta-paijama, socks, shoes, caps, clips, etc. Label it well and send it when the school reopens after the summer vacations.

 

Activity 4: Show and Tell:

Help your child in knowing and understanding himself / herself. Kindly make the child aware of the body parts and the sense organs. Also make the child speak at least 4-5 lines along with an introduction about:

  • My Family
  • My Favourite Object (it may be a toy, a dinner plate, a story book, a tumbler, etc.).
  • My Favourite Outfit

The child will be required to speak these lines when the school reopens.

 

Activity 5 – My Photo Album:

We would like you to create a photo album by pasting your child’s photographs at six months old, one year old, two years old, three years old and also dressed up as ‘when I grow up I will be a (doctor, painter, writer, engineer, architect, scientist, etc…whatever the child aspires to be)’. This would be used to discuss the different stages of growth. This could also be used through out the session to paste pictures of activities the child does at home or at school.

 

Activity 6 – Father’s Day:

Father’s Day is on the second Sunday of June. Help your child prepare a Handkerchief for ‘Papa’ with his / her handprints (with fabric colours) on the handkerchief. This would be a memory to cherish forever, both for the father and the child.

 

We are also sending some worksheets for the children to work with. If need be, you could create some more for your child on the same lines. Some good sites for your reference are starfall.com, ixl.com. You could surf through the internet for some other sites and download worksheets from there as well. Please send all worksheets back after the vacations.

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GROUP: NURSERY

 

LITERACY

Activity 1: Alphabet Scrapbook

Material Required:

1 scrap book
Old Magazines, newspapers
Blunt Child Scissors
Glue Stick
Marker

Have your child decorate the front of their Alphabet Scrapbook. It should comprise of the letters of the Alphabet (Aa-Mm)         / (Nn-Zz)        . Use a marker to label each page of the scrapbook with an alphabet letter. (IT SHOULD HAVE BOTH UPPER AND LOWER CASE FOLLOWING THE FORMATION SENT BY THE SCHOOL). Look in the old magazines for pictures that go with each letter, help your child cut them out or you could do it. Try to find multiple pictures for each letter which the child can identify and helps in his /her vocabulary building (Paste minimum of five pictures for every letter in the Alphabet). The more pictures the better. Glue them on to the correct page. This activity will reinforce their phonetics as well as the recognition of lower case letters.  It would further help them once they start with the writing of letters. Decorate the file and its cover.

Please send the scrap book to school for ‘Show and Tell’. Prepare the child to explain how the entire scrap book was created, where were the pictures taken from, etc.

You can refer to the sample drawn below:

 

Activity 2: Practice Work

The child is required to do the worksheets for the reinforcement of the concepts done in the center. Kindly help your child to do the pre-writing sheets and worksheets for the letter A.

Please help your child practice writing:

·        In the zones

·        A, B and C (follow the formations given in the school notebook)

·        In case you practice other letters with the child, please stick to the formation sheet given by the school.

 

Activity 3: Phonic Song

Sing the phonic song with your child (a print-out of that has already been sent to you). This will help strengthen the phonic sounds of the letters. (In case you require any help regarding the phonic sounds, you can get in touch with the teacher and clarify your concerns).

 

NUMERACY

Help the child to practice rote counting 1-30 and writing numbers 1 and 2. If you feel that the child is ready to advance, please make the child practice writing of numbers 3 onwards as well (please stick to the formation sheet given by the school).

For extra worksheets for Numeracy, you can log onto www.starfall.com or www.ixl.com.

A bunch of Pre-Writing worksheets is being sent for the child to do during the vacations. Kindly send the completed worksheets back after the vacations for correction.

Writing Practice for Literacy and Numeracy should be done in a separate notebook. Please do not use the school notebook for the same. Send the practice notebooks to school after the vacations.

 

GES (Global Environment and Society)

Activity 1: Toys

Sing the rhymes and discuss the riddles that have been sent to you along with the theme bunch for Toys. Talk to your child about the toys or games that he/she has at home. You could discuss about the type of toy/game (soft toy, electronic toy, educational toy, indoor game, outdoor game, etc.). You could also discuss with your child the toys or games that you or even your parents used to play with, and if you have a chance maybe even give the child an experience of the same.

 

Activity 2: Scrap File of Information (Do only of ticked)

As we will be doing the themes ‘My Country My World’, ‘Amazing Animals’ and ‘Changes’ after the vacations, help your child draw / paint/ paste pictures of the topics given below in the sketch file. Make him / her aware about the topics that he / she is working on. This will help the child in Show and Tell activities being held in the center. Kindly purchase a new sketch file and decorate the file as well as its cover. Be as creative as you can be.

Show and Tell will be held in the second week of July. Dates will be notified later.

 

Life Skills

Here are some suggestions that can make the summer holidays fruitful and fun for your child and you, while inculcating important life skills at the same time.

Activity 1: Shopping Experience

Help your child understand the concept of shopping and money by taking him / her with you for shopping to a grocery store, shopping mall, etc. Explain to him/her the entire process from selecting a product to getting it billed at the counter and paying for it. Talk about the importance of saving money and different ways of saving it.

Activity 2: Tidy-Up

Put your child into the habit of tidying up after play-time or study-time. This will not only help keep the house in order, but will also help in inculcating an essential value, of cleanliness, in the child. Talk to them that if you see litter anywhere in the house, pick it up and throw it in the bin and when your child helps you to do that, he/she will not throw things around and make a mess (either inside or outside the house) as they would understand the importance of and the effort involved in keeping the place tidy and clean.

Activity 3: Help at Home

Involve your child to help you with the daily house-hold chores (like laying the table, putting the clothes in the laundry basket, etc.). This will not only keep the child busy, but will also enable the child to be self-sufficient gradually.

Activity 4: Calendar of Activities

Set up a calendar (daily schedule) for your child during the vacations. Put aside some time for practice work, some for reading (read to your child), some time for play, some for talking about the day, etc. Fix a time for waking-up in the morning and sleeping in the night. This would help the child to get into and follow a routine even during the vacations.

Activity 5: Learning on the move

Whenever you go out with your child, show and discuss about the various modes of transport. Talk about what is your child’s favourite mode of transport and why. Explain about the traffic rules and the traffic lights to your child. Discuss with him/her as to why it is important for us all to follow the traffic rules.

Activity 6: Sharing

Discuss with your child about the important value of sharing. Start from home…you could encourage him/her to share toys with the children of the household helpers that you have. You could even encourage your child to give away old toys, books, clothes (in good condition) to those who need them, but are not privileged enough to have them.

Activity 7  – Read to your child

Set aside a time in the day to read to your child (preferably books with lots of big and colourful pictures, as this makes it interesting for the child). Not only does this help in building and enhancing the vocabulary of the child, but also puts him / her into the habit of reading everyday. Based on any one of the stories that you read out to your child, kindly prepare him/her for the English Story Narration Activity to be held when the school reopens. You will be notified the dates regarding the same in July.

 

Activity 8 – Father’s Day:

 

Father’s Day is on the second Sunday of June. Help your child prepare a Handkerchief for ‘Papa’ with his / her handprints (with fabric colours) on the handkerchief. This would be a memory to cherish forever, both for the father and the child.

Activity 9: Eating Habits

Encourage your child to eat healthy. Work on the eating habits of the child and help the child to develop the habit to eat independently.

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GROUP: KG

 

                           LITERACY

 

Activity 1: Vowel Booklets

We are going to focus on the vowel sounds a, e, i, o u. The children are required to think of six, three letter words with each vowel (CVC format, i.e. Consonant Vowel Consonant format, for example cat, men, bud, etc,). Create small booklets of pastel paper (cut-out in small size to resemble a booklet the size of a grown-ups hand), with each word on a separate page along with a picture or drawing of that word. They can even decorate the cover of the booklet, which would have the vowel in small case written on it.         Send the well-labeled booklets (five, one for each vowel) to school after the summer vacation.

 

Activity 2: Phonic Song

Sing the phonic song with your child (a print-out of that has already been sent to you). This will help strengthen the phonic sounds of the letters. (In case you require any help regarding the phonic sounds, you can get in touch with the teacher and clarify your concerns).

 

Activity 3: Vowels & Consonants

The children have been introduced to vowels and consonants in their centers and they have just discovered that each word in English has a vowel sound in it. Let’s make this discovery fun and help them to understand the difference between vowels and consonants. Also let’s help them understand the role of vowels in building words. We have thought of an interesting way of helping them discover the wonderful world of words during their summer holidays.

To strengthen and reinforce the concept, you could allow them to identify the vowels from various reading material, such as a magazine or the newspaper. You could ask your child to identify and circle the vowels in the titles, headings, or even the words from the reading material. You could ask him/her to count how many vowels and consonants are there in a particular word, or even how many times each vowel has appeared on one page. This would not only strengthen the literacy skills but also the numeracy skills (counting).

 

Activity 4: CVC Word Pattern

 

As you are aware, we have completed the ‘a’ ladder using the CVC (Consonant Vowel Consonant) pattern with the children at school (the same has been pasted in the notebook as well). To strengthen this concept further and also enable the child to read better, we would like you to practice the same at home. Encourage the child to place each letter in front of the syllables one by one and try to form a word with it.

For example: place the letter ‘m’ in front of ‘at’ to make ‘mat’ or place the letter ‘j’ in front of ‘am’ to make ‘jam’. (This activity is for your reference and the child’s practice at home only, do not send this to school after the vacations.) Encourage your child to read simple CVC words from magazines or newspaper.

 

Revise writing upper and lower case (Aa-Zz) in sequence in a separate note book. Kindly ensure that you follow the correct formations (based on the formation sheet pasted in the notebook).

 

NUMERACY

The child is required to practice written work 1-100 using Hundreds, Tens and Ones. The child must also practice the concepts of ‘What comes After (1-50)’ and ‘Backward Counting (10-1)’ for the reinforcement of the concepts done in class. Ensure that the child does 5 pages of each. Rote Counting (1-100) should also be practiced.

Practice should be done in a separate notebook. Please do not use the school notebook for the same. Kindly ensure that you follow the correct formations (based on the formation sheet pasted in the notebook).

For extra worksheets for Numeracy, you can log onto www.starfall.com or www.ixl.com.

 

HINDI

Help the child to practice writing all the swars done so far in the class, using the formations done at school (refer to the school notebook). Ensure that the child does 2 pages each of the swars done so far (A – e).

Help your child to do the booklet (worksheets) for swar being sent along and send it back to school after the holidays.

Practice should be done in a separate notebook. Please do not use the school notebook for the same.

There are notebooks available in the market, which are divided into three sections, one each for English, Hindi (five lines) and Math. If you wish, you could purchase one such notebook and use it for practice work for Literacy, Numeracy and Hindi in that one notebook. Otherwise, you can make three separate practice notebooks for Literacy, Numeracy and Hindi. These practice notebooks will be checked by the teachers after the vacations. So, please ensure that the child practices all the concepts, done so far, in the vacations.

We are sending some worksheets for the child to do during the vacations. Help the child to complete these worksheets and send them to school after the vacations for correction.

GES (Global Environment and Society)

We have covered the Theme ‘Patterns’ and the upcoming Theme is ‘Family and Friends’. Kindly discuss with your children regarding the same. Take them to visit their family and friends, and discuss the relevance of having Family and Friends.

 

Life Skills

Here are some suggestions that can make the summer holidays fruitful and fun for your child and you, while inculcating important life skills at the same time.

Activity 1: Shopping Experience

Help your child understand the concept of shopping and money by taking him/her with you for shopping to a grocery store, shopping mall, etc. Explain to him/her the entire process from selecting a product to getting it billed at the counter and paying for it. Talk about the importance of saving money and different ways of saving it.

Activity 2: Tidy-Up

Put your child into the habit of tidying up after play-time or study-time. This will not only help keep the house in order, but will also help in inculcating an essential value, of cleanliness, in the child. Talk to them that if you see litter anywhere in the house, pick it up and throw it in the bin and when your child helps you to do that, he/she will not throw things around and make a mess (either inside or outside the house) as they would understand the importance of and the effort involved in keeping the place tidy and clean.

Activity 3: Help at Home

Involve your child to help you with the daily house-hold chores (like laying the table, putting the clothes in the laundry basket, etc.). This not only keeps the child busy, but also enables the child to be self-sufficient gradually.

Activity 4: Calendar of Activities

Set up a calendar (daily schedule) for your child during the vacations. Put aside some time for practice work, some for reading (read to your child), some time for play, some for talking about the day, etc. Fix a time for waking-up in the morning and sleeping in the night. This would help the child to get into and follow a routine even during the vacations.

Activity 5: Learning on the move

Whenever you go out with your child, show and discuss about the various modes of transport. Talk about what is your child’s favourite mode of transport and why. Explain about the traffic rules and the traffic lights to your child. Discuss with him/her as to why is it important for us all to follow the traffic rules.

Activity 6: Sharing

Discuss with your child about the important value of sharing. Start from home…you could encourage him/her to share toys with the children of the household helpers that you have. You could even encourage your child to give away old toys, books, clothes (in good condition) to those who need them, but are not privileged enough to have them.

Activity 7: Read to your child

 Set aside a time in the day to read to your child (preferably books with lots of big and colourful pictures, as this makes it interesting for the child). Not only does this help in building and enhancing the vocabulary of the child, but also puts him / her into the habit of reading everyday. Based on any one of the stories that you read out to your child, kindly prepare him/her for the English Story Narration Activity to be held when the school reopens. You will be notified the dates regarding the same in July.


Activity 8 – Father’s Day:

 

Father’s Day is on the second Sunday of June. Help your child prepare a Handkerchief for ‘Papa’ with his / her handprints (with fabric colours) on the handkerchief. This would be a memory to cherish forever, both for the father and the child.

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GRADE I

 

Image Mrs. Dhriti Malhotra, Principal, MRIS 46, Gurgaon adjudged ‘Best District Principal

 

 

 

 

 

GRADE II

 

ENGLISH

  • Cut the pictures from old magazines and make a collage of common nouns and proper nouns.
  • Read any one of the  books given below

a) ‘Madeline’ by Ludwig Bemelmans

b) ‘Animals  should definitely not wear clothing ‘ by Judi Barret

c)The Princess and the Pea

d) Gulliver’s Travels

Prepare a small scrap book to explain the story you have read by way of drawing or pasting pictures.

  • Father’s Day is observed on the 2nd Sunday of June. Create a card for your Father and make him feel special by writing a few lines for him in the card.

 

HINDI

1´        15 poja saulaoK ilaKoM. ³naaoT ¹ ek Alaga ptlaI puistka maoM ilaKoM.´

2´        kxaa maoM krvaae gae Aba tk ko kaya- kI daohra[- kroM.

3´        hmasaba khIM na khIM GaUmanao jaato hOM ³pva-tIya sqalaÊ pak-Ê maa^la Aaid´  kI yaadaoM kao ica~aoM dvaara

saMjaaokr rKto hOM. Apnao eosao hI iksaI AnauBava ko baaro maoM 8 ¹ 10 pMi@tyaaÐ ilaKoM AaOr ica~aoM sao

sajaaeÐ.

naaoT ¹ kaya- ³Ivory Sheet´ pr kroM.

 

4´        kxaa maoM ilaKvaa[- ga[- baarhKD,I ko Anausaar vyaMjanaaoM ko saaqa maa~aAaoM ka dao baar AByaasa kroM.

naaoT ¹ ek ptlaI puistka maoM Alaga ilaKoM.

5´        pzna ka AByaasa kroM.

 

GES

1. Make a picture dictionary of healthy food under the following categories:

- Protein rich food

- Calcium rich food

- Minerals rich food

- Carbohydrates and fat rich food

- Roughage rich food

2. Learn four Yoga exercises which are good for your health . Paste their pictures on an A4 sheet.

3. With the help of your parents, compose a poem on ‘’HEALTH AND FITNESS’’. (5 lines)

4. Frame some rules (at least 5) with the help of your mother to keep your house clean because

cleanliness directly affects your health. (Write at least 10 rules on an A4 pastel sheet)

MATH

  • Do pages 35 to 40 in the textbook.
  • Do the worksheet.(attached at the end)
  • Create 5 different patterns using flowers, leaves, pebbles , vegetable blocks etc. on an

A4 size pastel sheet .

  • Refer to the example given :

ART

  • On an A3 sheet  draw any one historical monument of India.
  • Medium of colours -  Water colours ,Pastel colours ,Oil pastels .

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GRADE III

ENGLISH 

  • Make your own newspaper on an A4 size paper. Select at least 10 interesting or important articles from the newspaper. Paste the cuttings of the articles in such a manner so that it looks like a real newspaper. Also give your newspaper a name.

OR

  • Create your own word dictionary. Arrange them in the way the words are arranged in a dictionary and write the meanings of 5 words of each letter.

Make sure you have a different sheet for each letter.

Father’s Day is observed on the 2nd Sunday of June. Paint a handkerchief with fabric colours and write ‘Love You Dad’. Write your name at the bottom in a corner.

Revise all the work done in the class.

MATH

  • Solve the given worksheet(attached at the end).
  • Revise all the work done in the class till now.
  • Choose any 10 Roman Numerals (up to 50) and draw them on a A4 size pastel sheet using matchsticks or toothpicks.

HINDI

1´     15 poja, saulaoK ilaKoM.

2´      kxaa maoM krvaae gae samast kaya- kao daohraeÐ.

3´      pzna AByaasa kroM.

4´      vaNa-maalaa ³svar Ê vyaMjanaÊ saMyau@taxar´ ilaKoM. ³ 2 baar´

5´      psaMdIda flaaoM AaOr saibja,yaaoM ko naama tqaa ]pyaaoigata ilaKoM. ica~aoM sao saMjaaoeÐ.

6´      ApnaI $ica Anausaar iksaI ek ivaYaya ³ jaOsao ¹ baadlaÊ p`kRitÊ kMPyaUTrÊ nadIÊ ]pvana Aaid´ pr ek

kivata ilaKoM.

naaoT ¹ p`Sna ¹ 4 Ê 5 Ê 6 kao ek ptlaI puistka maoM kroM. ³ Single line note book ´

 

G.E.S

1. Collect pictures of different types of wheels, find out the materials used for making them and make a collage of them.

2. Visit the traffic training park to understand the traffic rules to be followed while travelling a vehicle or on foot. Make any four signs of traffic rules you have seen on the road on an A4 size  sheet.

3. Make a poster on an A3 sheet showing houses of different animals.

 

ART

On an A3  sheet  draw  a scene of the following-

Australia – Republic Day

Europe- Independence Day

North America- Gandhi Jayanti

Asia – Baisakhi

Medium of colours- Water colours, Poster colours, Oil Pastels

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GRADE IV

Subject : English           

KEEPING THE SCHOOL CLEAN

Things we should do                     Things we should not do    

 

 You are the owner of a fast food restaurant! In your efforts to improve sales you decide to   revamp the Menu Card  . So design  a  new menu card  and give your restaurant a whacky new name.

II  Think what you should or should not do to keep your school clean. Then , design a

Poster on ‘Let’s Keep our School Clean

III a)Compose a poem (8-10 lines) ‘ Plastic is Drastic’ , giving it a suitable title.

b) Use the word ‘Plastic’ to write 10 new words beginning with  each alphabet and use them in

sentences of your own.

IV.  Read a book written by any  one of the authors mentioned below:

1. Ruskin Bond

2. Roald Dahl

3. O’ Henry

4. R .K .Narayan

Now , you need to write down about the  names of the characters you’ve come across in the book . Also , describe which  one was your favourite character and why?

Note: For all these activities mentioned above you can use an A4 size colored pastel sheet and make it attractive by using illustrations , cartoons , cut-outs etc.

V Take a white or black T-shirt .Paint it with fabric colours and write Happy Father’s Day.  I love you Dad. Write your name at the bottom in a corner.

 

HINDI

1´        ihndI vaNa-maalaa ilaKoM.

2´        TI vaI pr idKae jaanao vaalao kaTU-na caOnala maoM sao iksaI ek pa~ kao caunakr ]saka ica~ banaakr rMga

Baire AaOr 6 ¹ 8 pMi@tyaaoM maoM bata[e ik vah pa~ Aapkao @yaaoM psaMd hOÆ

3´        naIcao dI ga[- vastuAaoM maoM sao iksaI ek kao caunakr haqa sao ]sakI tsvaIr banaakr ³rMga Barkr´ ]sako

}pr ek iva&apna ilaiKe.

naaoT ¹ SaOmpU Ê kao[- BaI ek SaItla poyaÊ TUqa posT.

4´        jaao BaI kaya- kxaa maoM krvaayaa gayaa hO ]sao daohraeÐgao.

MATHEMATICS

  • Revise Chapter-1 Large Numbers from the textbook in a separate small notebook.
  • Do the given worksheet.
  • Revise tables   upto  18.

Project – Paste any 4 bills on four separate A4 size pastel sheets and find the total amount spent by you on the pastel sheets.

G.E.S    Conduct a survey in your neighbourhood to find out how plastic items are disposed off at homes.

Count your pulse rate after doing following set of exercises and make a  records of the observations.

a)         After running for  two minutes.

b)        In the morning after you leave your bed.

c)         If not well. (Fever, Cough or cold)

  ART -

  • Draw the scenes of the following festivals on an A4 sheet.
  • Medium of colours to be used – Water colours, poster colours and oil pastels
  • Topics-
  • Pacific – Holi
  • Arctic-   Id-ul-fitr
  • Atlantic- Diwali
  • Indian Ocean- Raksha Bandhan

COMPUTER

  • Find out information on the latest version of Windows from internet and bring it in the form of a poster (A4 size). Decorate it according to your choice.
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GRADE V

English 

 

I. World Environment Day which is on 5th June is one of the principal vehicles through which the United Nations stimulates worldwide awareness on the environment. The theme for World Environment Day 2013 is Think.Eat.Save.”

 

 

Think.Eat.Save is an anti-food waste and food loss campaign that encourages you to reduce your foodprint. According to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), every year 1.3 billion tonnes of food is wasted. This is equivalent to the same amount produced in the whole of sub-Saharan Africa. At the same time, 1 in every 7 people in the world go to bed hungry and more than 20,000 children under the age of 5 die daily from hunger.

So, grab  your chance of  becoming the brand ambassador for Think.Eat.Save campaign by designing a poster for it.

II. Lets Rewind!

Many words make other words when they are read backwards, such as draw (which becomes- ward) and loop (which becomes pool). Can you think of five more words like these?

III. Ad Mad World!

You will need to watch a small amount of television (or flick through some magazines) to do this activity.

There are lots of advertisements on television and in magazines. Companies fight for your attention in an effort to sell you their product. Sometimes the most memorable advertisements are the ones

where something funny happens in them or the ones that have a catchy theme tune. Sometimes you like the advertisement because of its catchy slogan.

For Example….                                                            Mango Frooti….Fresh n Juicy

Now, its your turn to invent a product of your own. You can invent a protein drink, a pack of baked chips, energy food, any electronic gadget or appliance or any other product of your choice. Write its unique quality and also use your creative mind to make a jingle for your product.

 

Eureka!

 IV. I am the WRITER    

Do you like to read  stories? Have you ever written a story on your own? Bring out the writer in you and write a short story with the help of the hints given below. Also, remember the following rules of writing a story.

Rules:

1. The story should have a title.

2. A story is generally written in the past tense.

3. The story should introduce and give names to characters

4. The contents of the story should match its title.

5. The story should be interesting.

 

( Note: Use only the front side of the chart paper/ pastel sheet. You can also draw pictures to make your story attractive )

 

Hints: Beggar child on road—- person in car—takes him home—looks after him—admits him to school—boy grows up—becomes doctor—looks after his aged guardian.

 

V. Take a white or black T-shirt .Paint it with fabric colours and write Happy Father’s Day. I love you Dad.Write your name at the bottom in a corner

 

Note: Make your holiday homework as colourful as possible. For all the activities mentioned above, except story writing, use A4 size pastel sheet and submit in a folde

HINDI

 

1´        ihndI vaNa-maalaa ilaKoM.

2´        p`itidna ek saulaoK ilaKoMgao.

3´        tonaalaIramaÊ pMcatM~Ê AkbarÊ baIrbala Aaid kI iSaxaap`d khainayaaÐ pZ,o. ³ Book Review´

4´        p`itidna nae tIna Sabd ilaKkr ]nako Aqa- ZUÐZ kr SabdkaoSa banaaeÐ AaOr AavaSyakta Anausaar ica~ BaI

banaaeÐ.

MATH

  • Revise Chapter- 1 Large numbers and Ch -2 Operation on large numbers  from the textbook in a separate small notebook.
  • Do the given worksheet.
  • Revise tables upto 20.

Project -    1)   Draw Indian and International (9digits) place value chart on two separate A4 size pastel sheets, show any 5 numbers in the place value charts and write their number names also.

2)   Collect any two Air / train tickets and paste them on two separate A4 size pastel sheets. Write the arrival and departure time in both 12hr & 24hr clock.

G.E.S

a)         Watch the movie ‘The River Wild’ and make a note of the scenes where the river is in childhood stage, young

stage and old stage.

b)        On a chart paper, make map of India and mark “River of India” with their source and the mouth.

Science

a)         Scientists are planning for a one way journey to Mars. Do you think they have found life on Mars? Find out the

truth behind this statement.

b)        Count your pulse rate after doing following set of exercises and make a records of the observations.

1)         After running for  two minutes.

2)        In the morning after you leave your bed.

3)        If not well. (Fever, Cough or cold)

COMPUTER

Find out information on the latest version of MS Office from internet and bring it in the form of a poster (A4 size). Decorate it according to your choice.

ART

  • Draw the scenes of the following festivals on an A3 sheet.
  • Medium of colours to be used – Water colours, poster colours and oil pastels

Topics-

Rabindranath Tagore –    Dussehra             Amartya Sen    -   Christmas

                   C.V Raman           -         Guruparv             Alfred Nobel            -     Onam

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NOTE: If you have any concerns or queries regarding the holiday assignments, do speak with the Centre Incharge at the school numbers.

Wishing you an enjoyable vacation with your child.

 


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PARAGON ASSEMBLY AT MRIS 21C FARIDABAD

We, at Manav Rachna International School Sector 21C Faridabad, have very recently ventured into the world of Paragon, a new curriculum from Mosaica USA, which is running in amalgamation with the already existent well-designed curriculum of the school. The teachers and students have very enthusiastically taken up this journey. It has been heartening to see the students be a part of the Ancient World and create artefacts and models by way of Paragon Research Work. Consistent efforts have been put in by the teachers and students to showcase whatever the children had learnt in the first unit of Paragon by way of the Paragon Assembly to wind-up Unit 1. The Paragon Assemblies for KG to Grade V were conducted on 10th and 11th of May 2013.

 The students of KG presented what they had learnt about Ancient Egypt in Unit 1 of Paragon. The Assembly commenced on an auspicious note with the chanting of the Gayatri Mantra, after which the students informed the parents what they had learnt in the various centers (such as Literacy – English and Hindi, Numeracy, GES) so far, followed by an introduction to Paragon and Paragon Friends – Nora and Charlie. The parents were amazed to see the creations of the children throughout the Unit, which were displayed all around the classroom. The children were smartly dressed-up in Egyptian Collars, Belts and Rhythm bracelets that the children had made themselves. The children explained to the parents the Essential QuestionWho am I’ and all that they had discovered about themselves through the Unit. They also informed the parents about Ancient Egyptians – what they wore, what they ate, where they lived, etc.; they also talked about the river Nile, Egyptian Pyramids, Egyptian Mummies, etc. ‘CHAMPS’ was explained to the parents in detail. Unit 1 keywords were read out by the students which left the parents spell-bound at the reading-ability of the children. It was heartening to see the confidence with which the children presented these facts. The parents were pleasantly surprised at the knowledge gained by the students in a small period of time. The Assembly concluded with a lovely and touching Mother’s Day Action song by the students after which they gave tokens of love to their mothers.

The students of Grade I, II & III enthralled the audience with their mesmerising performance. They travelled back in time to reflect their journey enroute the stone Age, Ancient Mesopotamia and India. The students of Grade – I explored how the people of today and the people of Stone Age got food, shelter and water which led them to answer their essential question, ‘What do people need?’

The students of Grade II explored the lives of Mesopotamians – their homes, food, writing and beliefs in their Paragon journey. Whereas, the students of Grade – III showcased the Ancient Indus Valley Civilization and historical India through their depiction of ten elements of culture, how they took shape in these places and how they apply to our world today.

The students of Grade IV showcased their journey through the land of Egypt. They had made life size mummies, presented their culture and beliefs, and daily life and routine. The parents were amazed to see the information and data collected by their wards and the manner in which it was presented.

The students of Grade V beautifully presented ‘How do we Unlock the Mysteries of a Civilization’. They had learned to investigate the methods adopted by archaeologists to decode the mysteries of ancient Egypt. The students had created a virtual Egyptian tomb inside their classrooms. They had put various artefacts inside the tomb. Then the students stepped into the shoes of archaeologists (through a role play) responsible for discovering the tomb of Tutankhamun and interpreted what the tomb had to say about ancient Egyptian life and beliefs. They further explained how they had learned and performed archaeological steps to learn everything possible from the artefacts and the context of the tomb. The information given by the students left the parents feeling extremely proud of their wards. The students further displayed their models on Canopic Jars, Bas-Reliefs, Sarcophagus and Map of Egypt which they had created in the class with the help of their Paragon teachers. The parents were pleasantly surprised to see the creations of their children. The assembly culminated with a very touching dance performance on the forthcoming occasion of Mother’s Day which left all the mothers present teary eyed.

 

 

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