Thursday, 19 August 2021

Sadhbhavana Diwas Pledge | August 20

 


20th August is observed as Sadbhavana Diwas' every year. This day marks the 77th birth anniversary of India's Former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi. 

 The theme of Sadbhavana is to promote National Integration and Communal Harmony among people of all religions, languages and regions. The idea behind observance of Sadbhavana Diwas' is to eschew violence and to promote goodwill among the people.  

'Sadbhavana'  means goodwill and bonafide. Being the youngest Prime Minister, Rajiv Gandhi's thought process was modern and different from others. 

Rajiv Gandhi had the vision of a developed nation via many national as well as international projects that he pioneered.

Sadbhavana Diwas Pledge

“I take this solemn pledge that I will work for the emotional oneness and harmony of all the people of India regardless of caste, region, religion, or language. I further pledge that I shall resolve all differences among us through dialogue and constitutional means without resorting to violence.”

How to introduce multiplication to kids?

 Multiplication activities for kids.


Multiplication is the basic math skill that the kids have to learn in their early years. The concept of multiplication may sometime become very overwhelming for the little children. So it is important to introduce the concept with some visual activity to perform so the kids knows what he exactly does when he multiplies the numbers.

I have shared some of the simple activities which you can try with your kids at home.




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Math Activity for kids

Mental math activity for kids



Two simple hands on activities for addition and subtraction. 
Use UNO cards or number flashcards or dice to do this activity.

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Wednesday, 18 August 2021

Coding activity for kids

I love coding. It would be very interesting to teach kids in a fun way. You all may not know this but I am from an IT background. I am an IT engineer by profession. So you can expect many more activities on this topic :)

Coding is so much fun. In this post I am sharing some simple coding activities.

Teaching the basics of coding like following an instruction to reach the final state.

putting an input and getting an output. These are the very basic concepts of coding.

Here are two activities. Check them out and surely try with your kids.



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Sunday, 15 August 2021

Symmetric drawing for kids | Logic Activity

Symmetric drawing activities for kids..


Learning about symmetry is a great way to help kids increase their observation skills and practice recognizing patterns, which are important skills needed in math and reading.



"Symmetry exists when one shape becomes exactly like another if you flip, slide or turn it."

Symmetry forms the base of all regular shapes in Geometry.
It teaches a sense of balance and order to a child.

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Sunday, 10 January 2021

Subtraction Activities for kids

 I have tried these activities for teaching subtraction concepts for kids -




Activity #1

Tree and apples -

I made the outline of the tree and my daughter colored it. This is again a great fun activity for them. 

Now write the subtraction problems on the tree as shown.

Then I have cut out the paper in the shape of an apple and have written numbers on them.

The kid has to solve the problems one by one and match the answers with the answers on the apple cut out.

Trust me, it is really engaging for kids to match the apples and they will surely love it.


Activity #2

Clip it

Materials -

1. cloth pins

2. Construction paper

I have made circles of the construction paper and have written the subtraction problems.




Now the child has to solve the problems and find the answer. Now the child has to clip the same number of pins as the answer. So this also becomes a nice fine motor activity for kids.









Monday, 4 January 2021

Reading activities for kids

We always try to make fun activities for teaching a new concept or making learning fun and engaging for kids.




   

 So here is an amazing activity idea for making reading super fun for kids. 

 Materials - 

2. Construction paper 
3. Scissor




Activity #1

Matching picture and text - 

I have used picture flashcards and have written some words associated with the pictures.

Place the picture flashcards and ask the child to pick up the paper one by one and match it with the appropriate picture card.

Activity #2

Complete the sentences  -

I have made some sentences and the child has to fill it with the correct picture and words.

This is amazing way to make kids enjoy the reading sessions and not feel bored.




Do try these activities and share with me on my Instagram and Facebook.

Comment your feedback below this post and let me know on what topics you need me to make DIY activities. I will surely make them and share on my YouTube channel

Sunday, 3 January 2021

DIY Math puzzle game for kids




Here is a simple DIY Math puzzle game for kids for teaching subtraction and addition concepts. Making such simple DIYs help to engage kids in a fun and to get the concepts very quickly rather than making them sit and solve the boring worksheets. 



 Materials - 
1. Paper or cardboard 

2. Number magnets or flashcards 

3. Number cards.

Make the outline of the puzzle as shown in the image above.
~ Now take a number flashcard or make your own with construction paper and write a number on it. 
~ Place any card in the center as shown above. 
~ The child now has to add the corner numbers to make a sum of the number in the center.  
~ for eg. In this image the center number is 6


So now the child can pick any number between 1 to 6 and can take the number 6 also. 
~ If the child picks 4, then 6 - 4 will be 2. so the first corner is 4+2  


~  Now if the child picks 6 so 6-6 = 0, So the next corner is 6+0 
~ Next if the child picks the number 5, then 6-5=1 So the next corner is 5 + 1 
~ Now if the child picks 3, then 6-3 = 3 SO the next corner is 3+3 
~  In this way all the sums of the corners comes up to the number in the center.


Try to make this game interesting by using a different number every time. Share with me the feedback and tag me on Instagram.

Friday, 1 January 2021

Homeschool Learning routine for the month of January 2021

 


Homeschool learning routine -

We parents find it very difficult to make our kids to write on a daily basis. It is really a big task to make them sit and write and solve the worksheets. From the last few months, I have been trying this with my daughter for daily writing practice and is working wonderfully for us. So I thought to share this with you all and make a details post about our daily writing practice. 

     


I have made separate book for English, Math and Hindi.  

I like to work on the weekly schedule instead of daily ones. I will explain why and how it is more effective.




If we tell our kids that they have to do daily writing practice, it will not interest them and they may feel it very boring. 

So what I do is I make a writing schedule for a complete week. And I tell my daughter that she has to complete this writing tasks by the end of the week. So here it is not compulsory to do a daily practice but at the same time, the child knows that the task should be completed by the end of the week. So they make their own strategy to complete it before time. They will either do 2 pages a day or three or none but will try to complete it. Also one more thing I do is whenever my daughter completes one page, I check it and give her a star or a smiley. So it encourages her more. 

Do try this with your kids and see the amazing results. :)