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KG1 - Newsletter-16th - 20th February 2020

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DUNES INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL Volume 8 Issue 3 ACADEMIC SESSION 2019-2020 16-20 February 2020 SNEAK PEEK Reminder: Glimpse of this week Dunes International school considers parental involvement as the key  Access the digi- to a holistic development of the school. Our enthusiastic parents are tal campus on always part of the school activities and out students’ learning process. daily basis for 12th February 2020, wow...wasn’t less than an incredible day as our assignment and enthusiastic parents enjoyed a lovely trip to a farm house wherein notices. they enjoyed a wholesome activities to strengthen their relationship. with school community.  Kindly check the circular for the Important dates for the academ- ic year 2020- 2021  Own transport students to reach the school before 07.45 a.m.  Prepare well for the upcom- ing exam. Roots and shoots: It’s a pleasure to announce that Dunes Interna- tional School is one of the recipi- ent of Roots and Shoots Interna- tional Annual Award 2020, among the 12 selected schools across UAE. Our students were honored by the renowned Environmental Conservationist Dr Jane Goodall (Jane Goodall”s Institute, UK) on 06th February 2020 in an award ceremony held at Park Hyatt Hotel Abu Dhabi. 1

KG1 A Snap Shot KG1 B Revising the math topics through flashcard. Enhancing the topic ‘odd one out’ through discus- KG1 C sions. KG1 D Today a reader, tomorrow a leader. Great discoveries and improvements invariably KG1 E involve the cooperation of many minds. KG1 F Playing various games on focusing a task. Believe in coordination , not in compromise. 2

KG1 G Snap Shot KG1 H Great trees have strong roots. Keep learning, keep Blending and writing the cvc words . growing. KG1 I KG1 J Thrilled after an experiment on fizz inflator. Practicing to read the tricky words by blending letters. 3

Star of the week Congratulations to all the Stars of the Week ! Being a Star Student is more than just having a fancy title for a week. Our Star Student is given special privileges and opportunities to celebrate how special he or she is. This great incen- tive is used to help build the class- room community and allow students to get to know one another. 4


Class Mascot One of the tools to improve class- room management, student attention and higher – level thinking is a class mascot which is easily inserted into lesson plans. The mascot serve as the speaker of class rules and an estab- lisher of esteem and trust. A class mascot stimulates and directs stu- dents' imaginations. 6

Class Mascot 7

English– The enormous turnip story When children listen to a story, it makes them imagine the characters, the plot, the setting, etc. Storytelling encourages children’s imagination to run wild as the story unfolds. It can even enhance their creativity and make them open to new ideas. It en- courages them to communicate their thoughts, feelings and ideas. 8

Reinforcement of subjects Active revision is far more effective than passive. The importance of revision is twofold. Firstly, it helps you to remem- ber facts, figures, topics and methodol- ogies that you have covered some time ago. Secondly, If done correctly it will help increase your confidence and re- duce anxiety – you will be well prepared for your examination. Students of Kin- dergarten were revising the different topics for the upcoming exams through various methods. 9

Swimming Swimming is not only enjoyable, but it provides a multitude of physical and mental benefits. It allows your child to develop wa- ter safety and survival skills, builds strength, muscle tone and assists with balance and coordi- nation. 10

Annual Day Practice The school aims at elevating and perfecting all the aspects of human life; intellectual and moral; individual and social. The emphasis is on academic excellence and all-round devel- opment of the students. The school provides all opportuni- ties to students to develop their talent in dance, music, art, communication, games and co-curricular activities. All the students are encour- aged to take part in the Annual Day Function and the practice sessions are going on for the coming up grand function. 11

Innovation Day Education should not be the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire. Using innovative teaching methods to better serve students and to teach them about the benefits of innovative thinking, does so much more than just “fill the pail.” It ignites a passion for learning and provides students with the tools they need to succeed in the innovation economy. 12


Recipe of the week Almond Chicken Salad Ingredients: Instructions: 1 3/4 pounds cooked chicken breasts 1 1/2 cups thinly sliced celery Chop chicken lightly in a food processor 1/2 cup sun dried cranberries ( don’t over do it or you will end up with 1/2 cup toasted almonds a paste) . Fold in celery , cranberries and almonds. Whip cream and slowly blend Ingredients for dressing in the mayonnaise and coarse black 1/4 cup whipping cream pepper. Toss the chicken mixture with 1/2 cup mayonnaise the dressing using only enough to mois- 1/2 tsp coarse black pepper ten well. Correct seasoning adding salt and pepper if desired . Just scoop the Aaradhya Renjith KG1B portion size you want onto a little lettuce arranged neatly on a plate. 14

New logo to represent UAE for 50 Councilor’s Desk years Exam Tips The new logo that will represent the UAE to the world, as part of its nation brand.  Creating an Optimal Environment for The design comprises seven lines that shape Learning the UAE map, inspired by the country's high- rise pillars and firm foundations, its strong  Study in a clean , quiet and orderly spirit, its lofty dreams and its development room. Keep anything and everything away ambitions. The seven pillars form the founda- from where you are that may cause you to tions of the shared home and honour the sev- get distracted. en leaders who united the dreams of the people under one national banner.  Organizing Your Learning  Say the answers to your questions out loud, as if you are trying to explain it to someone else.  Studying Efficiently  Maintaining Your Motivation What’s next????? Math wizard 15

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 confident strides; monosyllables converting to endless banter; hidden giggles turning into open laughter; and most important of all fear and uncertainty being replaced by trust and con- fidence!!! 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. Looking forward to having our new learners and our little seniors aboard! With Regards 16

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