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Grade 4 weekly newsletter

Published by sheejajayagopal, 2019-10-24 18:02:08

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DUNES INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL ACADEMIC SESSION 2019-2020 Volume 5 Issue 2 Sneak Peek Glimpse of the week 20th to 24th October 2019 Reminders Dunes Science Expo 2020  Students to enroll for ‘friendship at its The main objectives of organizing Science exhibitions are to best’ or ‘NUTS’. promote interest in Science and Technology among younger  PTC will be held on 31st October 2019. generation. encouraging scientific and technological creativi- ty among students and inculcating a sense of pride in their  Students to bring their bags according to talent. their new time table. Secondary students of Dunes international school organized  Kindly send handkerchief with your ward. “DUNES EXPO 2020”.It was a proud moment to recognize the future scientist of the nation. Their experiments represent the future of the nation. They brought their ideas to life through craftsmanship.

For painters, draftsmen, and mixed media artists, entering art contests and art competitions is a crucial way to gain exposure for artwork, elevating the artist's visibility in the art world .Grade 4 children have partici- pated in the competition ‘artist in me’ to present their thoughts on a paper to in- crease their confidence level in their artistic world.

INCREDIBLE INDIA India where culture echoes, tradition speaks, beauty enthralls and diversity delights. India is a kaleido- scope of landscapes, magnificient historical sites royal cities, misty mountain retrials colourful people, rich culture and festivities. Students of grade 5 G1 tasked with representing the unique factors of India through the power point presentation.

BEST OUT OF WASTE \"Creativity, consists largely of rearranging what we know in order to find out what we do not know. BEST OUT OF WASTE is one such craft which follows this environmental friendly principle and at the same time creates useful objects out of waste products. Students used re- usable and recyclable materials like newspapers, bangles, ice cream stick’s and much more. From these items, they created an amazing array of display items and useful everyday objects leaving everyone totally impressed. It was amaz- ing to see how scrap could be trans- formed into such useful and beautiful ar- ticles. The creativity and artistic streak of the children were observed.

Fun with Maths Multiples- Games give students opportunities to ex- plore fundamental number concepts, such as the counting sequence, one-to-one cor- respondence, and computation strategies. Grade 4 students have identified the common multiples and LCM of multiples through Snake and Ladder Grid. Engaging mathematical games can also encourage students to ex- plore number combinations, place value, patterns, and other important mathemati- cal concepts. Further, they afford opportu- nities for students to deepen their mathe- matical understanding and reason- ing. Playing games encourages strategic mathematical thinking as students find dif- ferent strategies for solving problems and deepen their understanding of num- bers. When played repeatedly, games sup- port students’ development of computa- tional fluency.

Structure of Tooth Students were taken to the biology lab to analyze the structure of tooth. They came to know that, the arrangement of teeth in the two jaws, upper jaw 16 and lower jaw16 in an adult person. The different types of teeth incisor, canine, premolar and molar help in cutting, biting, tearing, crushing and chewing the food. Pulp Soft tissue containing the blood and nerve supply of the tooth. The pulp extends from the crown to the tip of the root where it connects to the nerves and blood supply of the mouth. The pulp enables sensations of tooth sensitivity or pain. Cementum The layer of bone-like tissue covering the root. To understand how this amazing feat occurs, students were given the model of teeth, structure of tooth chart to identify its parts and functions. Understanding teeth structure may improve their oral care routine, because now they know all the parts that need their attention.

Selmon Semuel Sai Dinesh Zayan Niyas

Week-1 Astitva 4A Mujtaba 4B Marcus 4C Week-2 Ram Prasad 4A4A Aarav 4B Yashasvi 4C Week-3 Haniya 4A4A Hoorlyn 4B4A Maria 4C4A

A movie poster is a poster used to promote and advertise a story book They normally contain an image with text. Today's posters often feature pho- tographs of the main characters. Grade 4 stu- dents created the text on movie posters usu- ally contains the story title in large lettering and often the names of the main characters. It may also include a tagline, the name of the author, names of characters, etc

A paragraph is a series of sentences that are organized and coherent, and are all relat- ed to a single topic. Almost every piece of writing you do that is longer than a few sentences should be orga- nized into paragraphs. Grade 4 children have collected information about great Indian Hornbills and present- ed in a form of a paragraph which contains infor- mation and facts too.

Year Of Tolerance What’s Next We are all unique and have some- Sunday 27-10-19 “Festival of Lights” Diwali thing valuable to offer and share. Thursday 31-10-19 Parent Teachers Conference The Ghaf tree was chosen as a symbol of Counsellors’ desk the Year of Tolerance because of the great significance that the tree bears as an indige- nous tree. It is associated with popular and environmental heritage. It is a symbol of the stability of the desert and a witness to old customs. The Year of Tolerance will focus on five main pillars: to deepen the values of to erance and co- existence among cultures by teaching the youth the values of tolerance to solidify the UAE as the global capital for tolerance through a series of initiatives, pro- jects and dialogues between various cul- tures and civilisations to implement multiple cultural programmes and make contributions to build tolerant communities to focus on legislative and policy-oriented objectives that contribute to mandating cul- tural and religious tolerance via dialogue to promote tolerance through targeted me- dia initiatives and projects. What can you do to support child's positive social and emotional development? * Lead by example, by modelling positive behaviours * Be affectionate * Be considerate of feelings, wants and needs * Express interest in daily activities * Respect their viewpoints * Express pride in accomplishments

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