World of Tiny Tots

‘Nanhe Mukh Se’- Hindi Poetry Recitation Competition for the students of class Nursery-February 2021

Poetry is simply the most impressive and effective mode of expression. The students of Nursery participated in ‘Nanhe Mukh Se’ intra class poetry recitation competition with great enthusiasm and exhibited their talent. The young poets recited poems with confidence. It was a splendid opportunity for the kids to boost their self – confidence, develop the oratory skills and self-expression.

Class Nursery

Ist Nayna Suneja Nur B
IInd Rushika Talwar Nur A
IIIrd Dhara Naina Singh Nur A
IIIrd Vivaan Bose Nur C
CONSOLATION Abhiraj Ketarpal Nur C
Anandini Agrawal Nur B

‘Nanhe Mukh Se’- Hindi Poetry Recitation Competition for the students of class KG-February 2021

Rhymes and poems enhance creativity and imagination and play an important role in developing language, cognitive and emotional skills.

‘Nanhe-Mukh-Se’ a Hindi poetry recitation competition was organised for the students of KG in February 2021. The children gave a brief introduction of the poem and recited with great fervour and enthusiasm. They used voice modulation and actions and confidently showcased their talent and ability.

Class – KG

IstMugen Mehta

KG B

IIndSeerat KocherKG C
IIndMahira Khetarpal

KG B

IIIrd Myra KapoorKG C
IIIrdShanaya SehgalKG A
CONSOLATIONMaira Mansharamani

KG C

 Atharv ManochaKG A

Storytelling Competition (Hindi) for the students of class Nursery-January 2021

Story telling is an excellent way to express child’s creativity and thinking skills. It gives wings to their imagination and takes us to places beyond the boundaries of helped to boost confidence in children.

Children narrated stories with enthusiasm, facial expression and voice modulation. Colourful puppets were used by the participants. Stories with moral values were presented. The oratory and presentation skills of tiny tots was outstanding.

Class Nursery

IstDaiwik AggarwalNur B
2ndSheersh AgrawalNur C
2ndRiddhi SharmaNur B
3rdSia JyotiNur A
3rdAarush PriyamNur C
CONSOLATIONSahir DhaliwalNur C
CONSOLATIONDhara Naina SinghNur A

‘Aao Suno Meri Kahani’-Storytelling Competition using puppets for the students of class KG-January 2021

Stories create magic and a sense of wonder at the world. They help inculcate values and provide a glimpse into different cultures.

The KG students participated with great zeal in the Hindi storytelling competition. They used voice modulation and facial expression to enhance their narration. The effective use of various puppets brought the stories to life.

Class KG

IstKiara RhodeKG C
2ndVedanshhii SapraKG A
3rdManey Singh VandelKG B
CONSOLATIONAranya BajpaiKG C

‘TELL-A-TALE’- Character Portrayal Competition was organised for the students of class Nursery – December 2020

Stories help kids to develop language and comprehension skills, to encourage reading and acting skills in our students ‘Tell a Tale’ an intra class character portrayal competition was held for students of Nursery class where children dressed up as their favourite character from a story. This competition provided children with a platform to present their chosen character and exhibit their confidence and overall presentation.

Class Nursery

IstMishika BhattacharyaNur C
2ndShivangi AggarwalNur B
2ndAkshomya ThakurNur C
3rdVedant SinghNur A
3rdDaiwikNur B
CONSOLATIONSamarth RawatNur A
 Nilaya AggarwalNur C

‘TELL-A-TALE’- Character Portrayal Competition was organised for the students of class KG – December 2020

Stories open a window into worlds of imagination, filled with excitement and adventure. Through stories, children are introduced to wonderful ideas, new places and interesting characters.

Tell-a-Tale, a character portrayal competition was held for the students of KG in December 2020. Dressed-up in colourful and bright costumes, the children enacted their favourite Fairy Tale characters. They used voice modulation and delivered their dialogues with confidence. The competition was a wonderful platform for the children to develop their communication and acting skills.

Class KG

1stSarah SinghKG B
2ndKiara RhodeKG C
3rdVedanshi SapraKG A
CONSOLATIONTara PandalaiKG B
 Yukti KapurKG C
 Maney Singh VandelKG B

‘I Speak’ an intraclass competition was organized for the students of class KG

‘I Speak’ is a great way to encourage a child’s interest in a particular topic. It helps develop effective communication skills and builds self-confidence.

The students of KG spoke on a wide range of topics. They used expression and voice modulation and described their chosen object with confidence.

Class KG

1stZoya ImranKG-A
2ndMugen MehtaKG-B
3rdSeerat KocherKG-C
3rdVania SharmaKG-C
CONSOLATIONAshneer KaurKG-A
CONSOLATIONAydin Abeer UddinKG B

‘I Speak’ an intraclass competition was organized for the students of class Nursery -December 2020

Communication is a vital skill and the backbone of any society. It helps in effective and increased self esteem. To instil children with the confidence to stand and speak, we organised an intra class ‘I speak’ competition for Nursery kids. It was a treat to see the young children speak with so much confidence and left the audience spell bound. The focus was on effective communication skills and to speak correctly and confidently.

Class Nursery

1stRidhi BhatiaNur C
2ndThea SinghNur B
3rdYuvaan KapoorNur B
CONSOLATIONSiyona GeraNur A
CONSOLATIONDhara SinghNur A
CONSOLATIONVedant KashyapNur C

‘Verse-a-tile’-English Poem Recitation Competition for the Students of Class KG – 24 August 2020

Rhymes and poems open the door to creativity, build vocabulary and boost early language development.

Verse-a-tile, an English poetry recitation competition was held for the students of KG on 24 August 2020.The participants recited with great zeal and enthusiasm. They used voice-modulation and enhanced their presentation with colourful props and actions. It was delightful to watch their bright and expressive performances.

Class KG

1stArjun SinghKG B
2ndAdhiraj AuluckKG A
3rdPratham MadaanKG C
CONSOLATIONPragyaan JainKG A
 Medhansh RanaKG B
 Mugen MehtaKG B

‘Verse-a-tile’- Recitation Competition for the Students of Class Nursery- August 2020

Poetry is the heart and soul of literature. To spread the fragrance of poetry an Intra Class poem recitation competition was organised for the little ones. Our young poets expressed the beauty of thoughts and feelings through poems.

The main purpose behind conducting this competition was to build self-confidence, develop the oratory skills and self-expression of the students.

The efforts of the participants were praised by the judges. Each participant presented the poem with voice modulation and confidence.

All the participants used distinctive style and rhythm to recite the poem. The competition was a resounding success.

Class Nursery

1stKimaya SethiNur C
2ndSia JyotiNur A
3rdLaisha KhannaNur B
3rdSamaira KushwahaNur C
CONSOLATIONAarna MalikNur A
 Japseerat KaurNur C
 Riddhi SharmaNur B

Celebrations

Christmas celebrations with the students of Nursery & KG

Celebrating Dussehra with the students of Nursery

Independence Day celebrations with the students of KG

Independence Day celebration with the students of Nursery

Handmade ' CROWN ' activity on account of " Krishna Janmashtami " by the students of classes Nursery & KG

Rakhi Craft for students of classes Nursery & KG

Tiny Tots showcased their talent for AAROHAN-- International Dance Day celebrated on 29 April 2020 #online

Ananya Chaturvedi

Daiwik Agarwal

Sartaj Arora Nur C

Taisha KG

Tiny Tots spreading the message online on the occasion of 50th anniversary of Earth Day held on 22 April 2020

Experiential Learning

Storytelling by Ms. Sharanya Sriram for classes Nursery and KG

Story telling is about connecting with children and nourishing their imagination. Children enjoy listening to stories. It promotes language development and strengthens relationships. It provides a rich opportunity to enhance speaking and listening skills of young students.

A storytelling session was organised for Nursery and KG students on Saturday, 26 and Monday, 28 December respectively. The facilitator was Ms Sharanya Sriram, a master trainer and storyteller. She wove values and good habits into the stories. Songs, puppets and games made the sessions interesting and fun filled. It was a delight to be part of this wonderful session.

Origami Boat making activity for the students of Nursery

Non Flame Cooking Activity for the students of Kindergarten

Number ' 6 ' activity for students of Nursery

Class Presentations

Excursions

Night Camp for the students of Nursery and KG on 21 February 2020

Month at a Glance