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Grade 3 weekly newsletter

Published by sheejajayagopal, 2020-01-30 07:25:31

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DUNES INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Volume7, Issue 4 ACADEMIC SESSION 2019-2020 26- 30 January2020 Reminder Glimpse of the week  Access the digital Republic Day Celebration and Dunes Sports Day campus on a regu- lar basis for as- signments and circulars.  Progressive as- sessment test will be conducted for grade3-10 in the mid of February 2020 Kindly send the acknowledgement for picnic by 3rd February. Annual Sports Mania -2020 was not less than a feast as Dunes International School pioneering once again to innovate and excel; exhibited a multi-hued image of the country's rich cultural heritage and military powers to commemorate the 71st Republic Day of India. The day commenced when the tricolor Indian Flag was unfurled by the Principal along with the eminent guests to mark the 71st Republic Day paving way to a resplendent Republic Day Celebration with patriotic fervor and zeal. The four houses’ float’s presentation comprised of INIDAN MILITARY, INDIA’S ACHIEVEMENTS, THE NORTH-WEST and THE SOUTH-EAST.

India’s Military artistry was depicted with astonishing parades and formations by the Hummock House. It was followed by the Knoll House float displayed the enchanting natural beauty and rich cultural heritage of South and East Indian states.

Hillock House Float displaying an aura of the North and Western states of India comprising of some spellbinding traditional dances and a depiction of the Freedom Fighters. India’s enormous achievements were gallantly portrayed by the Ridge House floats act. Each float act followed by the primary students’ special parades, cultural and traditional dance performances was a sight to behold. Parental insolvent is a key to our progress and hence a unique float act thematically based on “Dunes our Pride” along with some eye catching performances by our enthusiastic parents truly made the event meet the peak, based on “Dunes our Pride” along with some eye catching performances by our enthusiastic parents truly made the event meet the peak.

On 30 January, Martyrs' Day is celebrated in India to pay homage to the victims who fought for the freedom, welfare and progress of India. Grade 2D students con- ducted assembly based on Martyrs day. A brief introduction to Martyrs day was given to the students. Three students were dressed as Gandhiji, subhash Chandra Bose and Bhagat Singh. Students also spoke about these free- dom fighters.the auditorium was filled with patriotism when the students sung the song”yeh mere watan ke logo”

Info tech competition

Measurement tools and skills have a variety of uses in everyday life. The ability to use measuring tools, rulers, scales, and to estimate with these tools are necessary skills that enable us to quantify the world around us. Students were given to measure the length and breadth of everyday items they found around the classroom. Students accurately and pre- cisely used measurement tools, such as centimeter rulers, tape measures, and meter sticks. This activity provided opportunities to engage in problem-solving activities that in- volve measuring. This helped students become proficient at measurement in fun, hands- on ways and engage students in critical thinking, cooperative learning, and innovative thinking. Student’s accuracy in measuring and comparing the length of specific items can be used to more formally assess whether or not the learning objectives have been met

Grade 3A Jonathan Grade 3C : Roshini Sulthana Grade 3B : Suraj Jalli


. Paper crafts are some of the easiest craft activities you can do with your kids. All you need are some basic craft supplies - paper, scissors and glue. These pro- jects will help your children learn while having fun at the same time Young chil- dren will enjoy the sensory experience of working with paper and have fun while learning about the papermaking process.

Playing the tambourine requires skill and attention. Keeping the beat while playing is very important and requires a lot of concentration. Students learn to play the Conga, Tambourine & Cabasa while trying to keep beat, which keeps the mind alert and fresh. Learning musical instruments help in keeping a balance between studies and school work.

The Emirati Government has set a Counsellors’Desk national agenda whose aims cover What can you do to support child's positive social many fields. The final and compre- and emotional development? hensive goal of this vision is to give * Lead by example, by modelling positive the United Arab Emirates the status behaviours of one of the best countries in the * Be affectionate world by 2021—the nation’s Golden * Be considerate of feelings, wants and needs Jubilee Year. More than 300 UAE offi- * Express interest in daily activities cials, men and women, from 90 local * Respect their viewpoints and federal governmental institu- * Express pride in accomplishments tions, have worked on developing the * Provide encouragement and support during times national agenda, which has been sub- divided into six national axes repre- of stress senting the main sectors, which will be the main focus of the govern- ment: Education, Health, Economy, Police and Security, Housing, and In- frastructure and Government Ser- vices. The goals in the UAE vision 2021 could be compared with other development plans in the Middle East  Social studies weekly test on 2nd February 2020  School picnic on 3rd February

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