Numbers Activities

Kids are quick learners. Be it Numbers, alphabets, rhymes, or anything, they grasp everything very fast. And, if you keep repeating the these everyday, the retention of the concepts is all the more better. Here I am showing you what all we did to learn our numbers and counting incontinue reading…



Learning About Textures

We keep learning about textures as soon as we enter school. It’s my kiddies third year in school, so I thought of going a little beyond the regular textures we learn about – smooth, hard, rough, soft etc. First of all, I arranged all the stuff in class so thatcontinue reading…

star shape


Star shape craft activity

It was the month to introduce and work on the STAR SHAPE. Though at this point all kids know the shape of the star, still I wanted to do something different with them. While searching, I came across a lovely star shaped craft on pinterest. We had just worked oncontinue reading…

brown color day


Brown Color Day

The shades of brown relate to the earth-friendly things that are all natural.  It was Brown Color Day in my class. And we had to make a textured board as an activity that week too. So I clubbed both and we made a textured board with it. But before that,continue reading…

beautiful earth


Beautiful Earth

It was time to introduce the kids about the earth. I told them a little about the universe, 9 planets and the sun. Then I showed them the globe – the shape of our planet Earth, and we located the place where we live. Then we talked about what arecontinue reading…

noah's ark


Noah’s Ark Story and Craft

The Theme of the month being “Wild Animals”, and our related Activity in the third week was Noah’s Ark. Here, the kids were supposed to speak about their favorite wild animal. I decided to make a miniature of the ark for my kids in the classroom. I took a shoebox, withcontinue reading…

Hexagon Bee hive


Hexagon Bee Hive craft

This time our shape for the month was “HEXAGON”. I always try and do an activity relating to the concepts/ shapes etc. so that it has a better retention in my students’ minds. So for the hexagon shape, I decided to do a hexagon bee hive craft. First of all,continue reading…

Bird House


Bird House Craft

So the theme for the month was “BIRDS” and the shape to be introduced was “PENTAGON”. So I combined the two and we did a pentagon shaped bird house craft. Material Required: Pentagon Shaped cut outs (little bigger than an adult palm size) from chart paper black chart paper circlecontinue reading…

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