Newsletter – October 2022 | Toddler Education

Branch: Kothanur

September Highlights

Month’s Theme – ☀️🍂Seasons❄️🌱

CircleTime Songs
🎵 Here we go seasons of the year🎵Spring is here, say bye to snow.
🎵 These are the four seasons of the year🎵Autumn leaves are changing colours.
🎵 Summer is the hottest of all the seasons

📆 Important Dates to Remember

3rd  to 7th   October 2022Monday to FridayDussehra Holiday
21st  October 2022FridayDiwali Celebration
24th  to 26th SeptemberMonday to WednesdayDiwali Holidays.

💡 Learnings for October

Areas of LearningConcepts
Numeracy– Number sense up to  8, 9, 10
-Oral up to 30
-Able to name the days of the week and which comes next
Literacy-Identifying and Recognition of letter sounds: Ll, Ff, Bb, Jj using multisensorial activities.
-Recognize both upper and lower case letters.
Knowledge and Understanding of the World-Recognition of seasons relating to things we wear and do
-Difference between summer, rainy, and winter seasons.
-Knowing the concept of Hot /Cold/ Warm
Sensorial-Light and Heavy using Baric tablet
-Concept HOT and COLD

🖍️ Basic Stationery List

Parents can make the below stationary available at home for easy assistance of the child.

  • Child-friendly scissors 
  • Pencils
  • Sharpeners
  • Crayons
  • Erasers
  • Ruler
  • Non-toxic glue bottle
  • Craft paper
  • Sketch pens
Arts Crafts Preschool Activities

📘 How can Parents help at Home?

⛄Parents can talk to their children about the Seasons.

🌤️Take a walk in the garden and ask your child about the weather.

📚Spend more time reading books, and encourage child talk about how and what they are learning.

✍🏼Parents can help with activities like talking, singing, reading, storytelling, drawing, and writing help to develop their child’s literacy.

🔡Letter sounds identification through books can be done and jolly phonic songs are easily available on YouTube. Activities such as circling the letter sound in newspapers and magazines at home. (Sounds of I, p, n)

🔢Numbers up to 9 can be revised through number books, puzzles, and number cards if available at home. Make quantities with simple objects and ask the child to count.


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