Incredible India: A Recap​

Incredible India

for Pre Schoolers

As our journey to India comes to an end, let us recap all that we have learnt throughout the week.

Session Preparation

1. Intro Video

2. Expert Talk: All you need to know about parenting in the new normal.

3. Let’s Get Started:​Let’s get our blood circulation going as we practice our letters from A to Z​

4. Language is Fun:There is so much to learn when it comes to phonics

5.Beyond Numbers: More practice with quantification of numbers from 1-20​

6. Creative Expression and More: Listen to the lovely story about a grandmother and the green Bottle Gourd 

 

  • I was able to associate letters with their sounds.
  • I was able to quantify the numbers between 1 and 20.
  • I was able to follow the instructions ​
  • I am aware of the people, food, and culture of my ​Incredible India now
How to use this?

This is a development tracker that will help you identify your child’s skill and level of competency. You may want to revisit the KLAY @Home sessions if you think your child needs more time to hone the skills addressed in the sessions.

During Mealtime: As you cook dishes, talk to your children about the ingredients and the Indian states that are famous for the fruit or vegetable they are you are using.

During the Day: Celebrate mangoes and monsoons, festivals and families and colours and art by talking about them throughout the day.

Talk to your children about your wardrobe and the Indian states that are known for designing them.

Always be on the lookout to show children patterns in everyday objects and things.

Objectives of the week

As our journey to India comes to an end, let us recap all that we have learnt throughout the week.

Sessions of the week

Mon, May 11Explore South India
Wed, May 13 National Symbols of India
Fri, May 15Incredible India: A Recap

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