DIY CLUB



Session-1

LEARNING OBJECTS

ART AND CRAFT IMPROVES STUDENTS COORDINATION
To develop bilateral coordination and fine motor skill.

ART AND CRAFT CAN HONE FINE MOTOR SKILLS
Children will be able to create their own piece of art using learnt fine motor skills.

ART AND CRAFT HELP IN VISUAL PROCESSING ABILITIES
Students visual processing capabilities will be enhanced through hands on experience.

Syllabus

1. Newspaper craft
2. Pen/pencil holder of Ice cream sticks.
3. Mini aquarium.
4. Best out of waste.
5. Fabric Painting
6. Paper crumpling.
7. Fabric Painting.
8. Wall hanging.
9. Flower vase making.
10. 3-D art.
11. Bottle art.
12. Paper flowers.

 


Session-2

LEARNING OBJECTS :

ARTS AND CRAFTS CAN SKYROCKET SELF-ESTEEM
They understand that they created something, and when you encourage and promote this creativity, kids enjoy a feeling of self-pride.

ARTS AND CRAFTS TEACH THEM TO EXPRESS THEMSELVES
Shy and reserved children gain confidence.

ARTS AND CRAFTS ENCOURAGE CREATIVITY
A child's imagination has no limits, and arts and crafts are a great way for kids to explore their imagination and turn it into something productive.

ARTS AND CRAFTS ARE A FLEXIBLE ACTIVITY
It can be a great bonding activity between the kids and their friends, and also be a hobby which the kids can pursue when they need to entertain themselves when they are on their own.

SYLLABUS :

1) Art from grains.
2) Origami.
3) Mirror art.
4) Matchbox drawers.
5) Melting crayons art.
6) Family tree making.
7) candle holder of Tin boxes.
8) Paper flower bouquet.
9) Old CD art.
10) Piggy bank making.
11) Wool art.
12) Block Printing.

ICT CLUB



Session-1

LEARNING OBJECTS

Technology and technological devices are now an integral part of everyone's lives. If children are uneducated in the use of these devices then they are at a disadvantage as they grow up and move into adulthood. Implementing a teaching programme based around technology can help children to develop, as well as supporting their learning. However they have to be implemented in the correct way. Students will be able to understand and use technology in their daily life.

Syllabus

1) Basic knowledge of ICT.
2) Uses of ICT.
3) Overview of system.
4) Skills of using mouse and keyboard.
5) Introduction and use of wordpad.
6) Introduction and use of Paint.
7) Introduction and use of Notepad.
9) One project using paint and wordpad.
10) Introduction of Ms-Office.
11) Use of Ms-Office
12) Revision of session-I.

 


Session-2

LEARNING OBJECTS :

In the right environment and with the right supervision and monitoring, kids can benefit greatly from interaction with technology. Studies show that a curriculum involving digital media can improve early literacy skills. Participating four and five year olds enjoyed boosts in letter recognition, sound association with letters, and understanding basic concepts about stories and print.

SYLLABUS :

1) Introduction and use of MS-Word.
2) Introduction and use of MS-Excel.
3) Introduction and use of MS-POwerpoint.
4) Introduction of Internet.
5) Uses and absues of Internet.
6) Safety while using Internet.
7) A session on cyber crimes.
8) A session on cyber security.
9) Social media (FB, Twitter and Instragram).
10) How to use YouTube.
11) Sending and receiving mails.
12) Safe searching on search engines.

YOGA CLUB



Session-1

Syllabus

1) History of Yoga.
2) Importance of Yoga in daily life.
3) Safety while doing yoga.
4) A session on benefits of meditation.
5) Introduction of basic yoga poses.
6) Audio visual on Yoga.
7) Stretching and warm up
8) Surya namaskar
9) Tree pose and cobra pose.
10) Lion pose, Bow pose
11) Cat pose, cow pose.
12) Revision of all poses.

 


Session-2

SYLLABUS :

1) Zumba dance setup.
2) Proper breathing techniques
3) Mantra and Omkar chanting.
4) Personality development with proper etiquettes.
5) Cobbler's pose, squats.
6) corrrect standing, sitting and walking postures.
7) Warrior pose, triangle pose.
8) Short Marathon.
9) Creative class.
10) Yoga with parents.
11) Visit to a old age home.
12) Revision of all session.

NATURE CLUB



Session-1

LEARNING OBJECTS

Nature provides both an enjoyable place and objects for play and learning.Among older children, exposure to nature encourages exploration and building activities. This can improve problem-solving abilities, ability to respond to changing contexts, and participation in group decision-making. Younger children often use outdoor settings having plants, stones, and sticks as props for imaginative play, which is key to social and cognitive development.

Syllabus

1) Creating pebble art.
2) Introduction of soil and seeds.
3) Build a Terrarium and planting seeds
4) Session about Types of soil and plantation
5) Session about taking care of plants.
6) Session about manure we need for plants.
7) Wall hanging of colourful twigs.
8) Germination activity.
9) Planting trees.
10) Nature walk outside.
11) Session on importance of rain water harvesting.

 


Session-2

LEARNING OBJECTS :

A growing body of research affirms that nature-based outdoor classrooms have been linked to positive learning and developmental outcomes including enhanced imaginative play, increased physical and mental well-being, and environmental stewardship. Nature-based programs have endless advantages.

SYLLABUS :

1) Collecting different types of leaves.
2) Nature slogan competition.
3) planting herbs at home in old bottles.
4) Save Trees campaign.
5) project on nature.
6) Story telling about nature.
7) Tree decoration competition.
8) A visit to a garden.
9) Nature safety group discussion.
10) Outdoor learning colour matching game.
11) Create a face out of objects in nature.
12)Medicinal herbs.

COOKERY CLUB



Session-1

LEARNING OBJECTS

Cooking with kids is a great way to educate them about good nutrition, what's in season, planning and preparing meals and reading food labels. Plus, it can encourage them to eat healthy food. Cooking may even help get students interested in trying healthy food they might normally refuse to eat. Expand their horizons by getting students in the kitchen through a healthy cooking club!

Syllabus

1) Importance of fruits and vegetables.
2) session on healthy cooking.
3) session of hygenic cooking.
4) Tips on safe cooking.
5) Kitchen and cooking tools
6) Dal Sprouts chaat.
7) Salad making.
8) Veggie sandwich.
9) Dessert making
10) Milk shakes
11) .Fruit Chaat making.
12) Sweet corn salad.

 


Session-2

LEARNING OBJECTS :

Spending time in the kitchen and cooking new recipes helps children to develop a positive connection to all different types of foods including fruits and vegetables. Forming a positive experience with fresh foods is so important because healthy foods are the foundation for good nutrition. Children will also learn basic cooking skills that they can use for the rest of their lives.

SYLLABUS :

"1) Biscuit chocolate cake.
2) fireless chaat making competition.
3) Veg Frankie.
4) Biscuit based funny faces cookies.
5) Use of different electrical appliances.
6) Mint lemonade making.
7) types of fruits.
8) Pani Puri making
9) Fruit custard.
10) Cornflakes mix chaat.
11) Mix Raita.


Cooking Compitition IIHM-1

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Nature Club

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