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Grade 3 Newsletter

Published by sheeja.j, 2020-04-24 07:17:30

Description: Grade 3 Newsletter


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GRADE 3 NEWSLETTER Glimpses of the week

Investiture ceremony Quran Recitation Explanation of Quran School Prayer recitation English Prayer Oath Taking Leadership Song

Student council members Mohammed Ayaan Swasti Paliwal Anuj Santhosh Dolas Samiya Suresh Irshad Deputy Head Boy Deputy Head Girl Head Boy Zeyan Niyas Ahammed Haaniya Inaam Green Brigadier Green Brigadier

Ambassador of Innovation- Ambassador of Kindness - Diya fathima Anagha Santhosh Ambassador of Cultural Ambassasor of Health and manifestation- Bhavya Happiness - JaijithSaji

Narrative writing is writing that has a story, characters, conflict, and other essential parts of a story. The Students had to build up their writing piece around the picture. They came up with compelling coherent short stories containing well-organized features, characters, dialogues and climax based on the picture given and wrote beautiful reflective pieces which were original and self-expressive.

Exploring shapes The ability to accurately identify shapes is a foundational mathematical skill, and it is quite rewarding for children because their world is full of shapes. Understanding shapes will enable students to be more in tune to the world around them and see the connection between objects, as well as being able to appreciate artistic works. The students were provided with some insight as to how the tangram pieces fit together, and to stimulate their interest in forming shapes. Students were able to identify specific shapes and recognized shapes from their surroundings. They also explored various patterns using the tangram pieces.

All the things on Earth are categorized into two different groups - Living and Non-living things. So it is very important to explore the difference between these two groups. Students identified the common features of living and non-living things. They represented it in the form of puppet show, as diagrams of oviparous and viviparous animals etc. They were anxious to study the growth of a seed and experiment it .

Model of Solar system

LIVING IN SOCIAL GROUPS The students depicted the time spent with their family and friends in a creative way. The activity was conducted to understand the value and importance of living in a social group. All the students actively participated and completed the task.

Caring for nature by preparing best out waste. Understanding the 3Rs; Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.

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