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Grade 3 weekly newsletter

Published by sheejajayagopal, 2020-02-20 06:49:47

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DUNES INTERNATIONALSCHOOL Volume 8 Issue 3 16th-20th February ACADEMIC SESSION 2019-2020 Sneak Peek REMINDER  Students those Writer’s Hub Activity who have taken the library books A bookmark is a thin marker, commonly made of card, leather, or fabric, used to kindly return it by keep a reader's place in a book and to enable them to easily return to Sunday. it. Bookmarks help books stay readable for longer. There are two types of people in  Bring revision this world people who use bookmarks and people who dog-ear books. The students worksheets of all learnt to create their own bookmarks based on the stories they read and used their subjects and get it checked by the creativity to make their bookmarks look attractive with pictures and story. subject teachers.  Prepare well for the final examina- tion.

Students conducted of grade 3C conducted an assembly based on the value compassion through various performances. They illustrated the importance of this value through speech and quotes of famous personal- ities. Also they conducted a skit to show how we can be compassionate towards nature. Stu- dents conveyed the message that ‘We should widen our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature and its beauty for making the world a better place’.

3A– Alina Mushtaq 3B-Miffin Timothy 3C– Muhammed Abu Backer

Passage Reading It helps develop the mind and imagination and the cre- ative side of a person. It helps to improve (vocabulary and spelling) communication both written and spoken. It plays an important part in building a good self- image. It is a function that is necessary in today's soci- ety. The students read the passage given and found out the answer for the question given.

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Atlas Game- Colouring a Map Learning about map helps students to know the geographical corners of the world. This activity helped them to identify the colors used in map and to analyse why is it used so. Students were able to use the colour as per the features mentioned.

Comic strip is an effective instructional tool to use in class with students because they engage students in meaningful learning experiences where they get to practice key skills such as writing, reading, speaking and communicating. It is \"an open-ended dramatic narrative about a recurring set of characters told in a series of drawings, often including dialogue in bal- loons and a narrative text. Students of grade 3 creat- ed comic strip related to the topic ‘’conservation of environment”. They represented the causes of pollu- tion and suggested preventive measures to conserve the environment.

Lucky Mascot 3A– Davishkar Solo- mon 3B– Danish Siddique 3C-Shajan Rajendran 3A– Raseem Ahmed 3C-Sreehari Vijesh Thapasya 3A 3B-Devanandha Nair Inaya 3B Shivani 3C

Learning music improves knowledge. Students learn the basic songs in keyboard including the differ- ent keys. They also understand the po- sition of wrist and the proper fingering. Students will learn to play the basic songs like “Mary had a little lamb” and “Twinkle Twinkle”. .

ARABIC In this activity, students spoke about Eid Day and how students congratu- late each other on Eid and others as well And they drew some pictures that express the day of Eid in the notebook. Enriching the speaking skill Speaking allows students to make connections, influence deci- sions, and motivate change. It improves communication skills, self-esteem, Plan experience and the power of persuasion. In this activity the students had a con- versation where they acted as a teacher and students . These conversations improve d their speaking skill and helped them to gain self-confidence .

Parenting Tips………. “To be a parent is the most difficult task in the world”.  Avoid nagging. Gentle reminders are welcome from time to time.  Stop comparing your child with other students and their achievements.  Have realistic expectation from your child as per his capabilities and interests.  Encourage sleep patterns and some form of regular exercises.  Providing a healthy, positive and empathetic emotional environment is crucial, which parents are often forget.  Highlight your child’s strengths. Encourage a dialogue to move ahead from past fail- ures.  Acknowledge that it is normal to be supersensitive and impulsive from time to time. Family members are usually the first targets. Try not to overreact to such outbursts.  Don’t panic when they announce just before the examination that they don’t re- member anything. Reassure them, even if you think they could be right. You can say something like this-‘Just do the best you can. We know you’re giving it your best shot’.  During an entire day of 24 hours try to spend at least 15-30 minutes with your child, when you can indulge only in pleasant humoured talk. Remember, the magic of an “occasional hug” or an endearment like JADU KI JHAPPI!!! Schedule of Final Examination 19-20 04-03-20 Science 05-03-20 Islamic edn/Moral Science 08-03-20 Social Studies 09-03-20 Arabic  Students will disperse at 12 Noon 10-03-20 Mathematics from 4th March 11-03-20 Hindi  Spring activities will be conducted 12-03-20 English from 15th to 19th March.

Dear Parent, Here we are at the threshold of completing one academic year and beginning a new one. Through our years, we have seen tiny wobbly steps growing into confi- dent strides; monosyllables converting to endless banter; hidden giggles turning into open laughter; and most im- portant of all fear and uncertainty being replaced by trust and confidence!!! We feel extremely happy to have played our part in the learning journey of our children and wish them the very best in all their endeavours. Thank everyone for your endless hours of volunteering, chaperoning, read- ing, organizing, donating and doing whatever was neces- sary to support students both at home and at school. Looking forward to having our new learners and our little seniors aboard! With best Regards

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