Hopping in Hoops
Airplanes flying high... Are they?
Zig-Zag beads are fun!
Making 'Stars' in the shining Sun
Passing the parcel - oops! 'Ball'
Making shapes on board
Sponging 'Peach' in
Textures on Giraffe with tearing and pasting
Make the letters go hand-in-hand
We can count with cotton balls
Let's do some Yoga!
Stacking the shapes
Mr. 'Brown' Potato
Making Caterpillar - Under the Theme
Knowing the Rainbow colors
Gross motor skills: Hit the number
Sorting the colors
Match the number with Popsicle sticks
Craft: Diya making
Concept: Float and Sink
Yarn into straw
Ladybug on paper plate
Making kite on Independence day
Observing cloud jar
Having fun with bat and ball
Making Triangular imprints
Cross the hurdle
Jumping on numbers
Tracing on Sand Tray
Free Hand scribbling
Putting pegs : Development of motor skills
Balancing body by walking on a line
Pasting clouds made of cotton
Free hand printing using newspaper
Pasting triangles in a fish
Splattering paint using balloons
Having fun with shadows
Painting by blowing from straw
Fun with craft on Ice cream
Recognising colours by picking coloured papers
Developing mind by arranging puzzles
Making imprints using balloons
Feeling cold by touching I for ice
Playing in jhoolabari
Doing leaf printing
Walking on the wet grass early morning
Lacing and Beading
Shape of the Month - Square
Throwing a ball in the basket : development of gross motor skills
Inserting pegs in a board
Making Memories with their footsteps
Feeding a lion : development of gross motor skills
Playing in a Sand Pit Area
Colouring of the Month - Yellow : Making Chicks
Development of fine motor skills - Stuffing bottles with crushed papers
Playing with play dough
Each finger has a special design that makes you unique! Isn’t this amazing that no two fingerprints are alike? The activity for Grade Foundation of hand printing have them printing and exploring their own unique print.
Theme of the month: Summer & Colour Yellow
Grade Foundation understood the theme Summer and colour Yellow further by painting the Sun yellow and free hand coloring of Ice cream.
Students of Foundation had fun crushing newspaper followed by throwing it in a basket. The activity also helped them develop their fine motor skills.
Tearing And Pasting
The act of tearing encourages useful finger and co-ordination skills. In order to tear paper, students of Foundation learnt how to hold the paper between the thumb and pointing finger of each hand. They then have to move each hand in a different direction. It was followed by pasting on a sheet. They had fun!