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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Show and tell seasons at WIS, Udaipur

Weather is a funny thing.
It’s often rainy in the spring.
Summer, hot and very sunny.
Flowers bloom and bees make honey.
In Autumn the leaves are falling down.
Kids jump in piles on the ground.
Winter has a lot of snow.
So, hop on the sleigh, come on let’s go.

Show and tell is a classroom activity for the children at the elementary level. This is a key part of the school day and important part of child’s learning development as it helps them to organise information and builds their confidence. It is a great way to encourage the child’s interest in a particular topic.
On 25th April, 2018, Wittians of Sr.KG at Witty International School enthusiastically participated in show and tell activity based on the theme of “Seasons”. Children brought scrap book decorated with the pictures of different seasons and tried to speak a few lines on the same. This activity helped children to express their views about different seasons. This activity also helped Wittians to build effective communication and listening skills that are essential for a young child’s learning. Being a center of attention for a couple of minutes made them feel special and important.

Red Red Everywhere! at WIS, Udaipur

Red is a stop sign.
Red is a rose
Red is an apple,
And a funny clown’s nose.
 On Friday,25th April 2018, the little toddlers of Playgroup at Witty International School, Udaipur were introduced to “Red” colour. It’s a colour of passionate love, danger, anger and adventure. Red is also a magical and religious colour.
The class was adorned with red colour objects like red balloon, ball, car, slide etc. Teacher and children came dressed in red colour attire.
Children brought red colour snacks & fruits in their tiffin.
They also did Red colour sponge dabbing in their worksheet. They tried searching red colour balls hidden at different places in the classroom with their peers.
Therefore, through fun way method children learnt about a new colour called “RED”.

Left and Right Day (Nursery, Witty World Bhilwara) 17.04.2018

Put your right hand in,
Put your right hand out,
And shake it all about.

The tiny tots of Nursery, Witty World, Bhilwara had Left and Right Day on April 17, 2018. The children came with a circle drawn on left hand fist and a letter A written on right hand fist. The children took palm impression of their right and left hand and right and left foot. Teacher did different physical activities to make children familiar with the concept.
Put your right hand in,
Put your right hand out,
And shake it all about.

Dynamic Kathak Performance at WIS,Atun Road,Bhilwara (25.04.18)

Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life...
Dance can be a social activity, but it can also be a very spiritual experience. Ancient Indians were deeply impressed by the spiritual power of music and dance, and it is out of this that Indian classical music and dance were born. 

Indian Classical Dance is one of the finest ancient art forms of the world. Apart from its beauty and entertaining qualities as a pure performing art, its spiritual propensity as well as its ability to positively affect and enhance one’s mental intellectual capacities in multiple ways is well acknowledged. 

SPIC MACAY (Society for the Promotion of Classical Music and Culture among Youth) is a movement with the intention of enriching the quality of formal education by increasing awareness about different aspects of Indian heritage and inspiring the young mind to imbibe the values embedded in it. For this purpose one of the most accomplished Kathak artist Mr Souvik Chakraborty, was invited to Witty International School, Atun Road, Bhilwara on Wednesday, April 25,2018. Students of Grade III to VIII were gathered in the seminar hall for a small workshop. Kathak artist Mr Souvik Chakraborthy showed and taught the various dance movements, gestures, stories and expressions to the students. Everyone was spellbound with the beauty, grace, values and wisdom embodied in this art. The students were enthralled by the beautiful, lofty and marvellous performances. They were highly motivated by the presence of SPIC MACAY.

Red Colour Day (Playgroup, Witty World, Bhilwara) April 23, 2018

Red is an Apple
Red is a Plum
Red are the Cherries
So tasty and yum.

On Monday April 23, 2018 the little wittians of Playgroup, Witty World, Bhilwara, celebrated Red colour day. The children and teachers came dressesd in red coloured clothes and brought a red coloured object . The little ones were thrilled to see their classroom beautifully decorated with red colour objects. They took part in various red colour activities planned for them.
It was a fun filled red colour day for them to become more familiar with the concept.

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Weaving Words, Telling Tales at WIS, Udaipur

“True guidance is like a small lamp in a dark forest. It doesn’t show everything at once but gives enough sight for the next step”

On Tuesday 24th April, 2018, an educative session was organized at Witty International School, Udaipur to build up and strengthen the moral values, problem solving and reasoning skills through Panchtantra Tales.
Dr. Sushruta Sahu (Counselling Psychologist) Forties J.K. Hospital narrated stories adapted from Panchtantra to the students of Grade- I to V to imbibe values in young minds.
The session proved to be very insightful and beneficial.

World Earth Day celebrated at WIS,Atun Road,Bhilwara (21.04.18)

Live green, love green, be green. We are just mankind…without the earth we are nothing.
International Mother Earth Day is celebrated on 22nd April every year since 1970 to remind each of us that the Earth and its ecosystems provide us with life and sustenance.
Witty International School,Atun Road, Bhilwara celebrated ‘World Earth Day’ on Saturday, 21st April, in the school campus with enthusiasm in the presence of an eminent personality Mr. Mahesh Ji Navhal, Secretary Jaldhara Vikas Sansthan, Bhilwara. He guided the students to maintain a healthy ecosystem by reduse, reduce, rebuy and recycle.
The students depicted the agony that mother Earth faces when we humans indulge in activities giving rise to pollution and deforestation through a poem and a speech. They also gave a powerful message that we do not inherit the earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children.

Saturday, April 21, 2018

"Regard before you discard." Best Out Of Waste Competition held at WIS,Atun Road, Bhilwara (20.04.18)

Making the best out of waste has been a part of human life since the early ages. It was the human creative mind that gave birth to this extraordinary idea of using unwanted material in a useful way.
With the motive to make children aware of the use of waste material, and to give them a message to reduce waste to save our future, a Best out of Waste Competition was organized at WIS, Atun Road, Bhilwara on Friday, April 20,2018 for the students of Grade II to VIII and activity for the students of Grade I. Students brought a variety of waste materials from home ranging from old coconut shells, shoe-boxes, waste card board, coloured chart paper, old newspapers, used bottles, rice bags and broken plates. The children got busy creating items from using paint, crayons, sequins and fevicol. Imaginations ran wild as the students created items such as a flower vase from a broken plastic bottle, pencil stands from used cans, a nest from used paper bowls.
Students showed the best example of "Reduce, reuse and recycle! They worked enthusiastically to use their imagination at its best thereby enhancing their creativity and even bearing how to reduce, reuse and recycle the waste.


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