Online Virtual Activity
“All study and no play makes Jack a dull boy” – a famous proverb well entrenched in our minds since childhood.
It is widely accepted that extracurricular activities are the best way of developing an individual’s personality and trimming down mental stress. A child can improve his/ her skills and enhance their confidence level.
At Goenka, we firmly believe that textual studies are a part of the full development of a child and therefore we provide a spectrum of activities. The main thrust of activities here are planned and executed to promote the holistic development of the students.
Christmas Week ( Grade I-III)
‘Christmas is the heart that puts Christmas in the air.’
Christmas is a time to give and forgive. Christmas is the festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ. The jingling of bells and the impeccably adorable decorations at every corner indicates the onset of Christmas Eve.
The much-awaited festival of Christmas was celebrated for a week with fervour and zeal at G D GOENKA MODEL TOWN i.e., from 21.12.2020 to 24.12.2020 wherein Primary students presented an array of interesting activities.
Day 1: PowerPoint Presentation
The Christmas week began with the beautiful PowerPoint presentation by teachers wherein the special message of hope, happiness, joy, and merriment was inculcated. Children were also informed about the interesting facts related to Christmas.
Day 2: Creative Crew
As the festival of Christmas is famous for its beautiful decoration, children were taught the craft work which can be used in decorating Christmas tree. The main aim was to foster creativity and self-expression.
Day 3: Picture Illustration
To increase the imaginative skills, children were asked to express themselves on a sheet of paper with their drawing as they were asked to illustrate the Christmas Scene.
Day 4: Flameless Cooking
Mixing the ingredients is the great way to enhance Fine Motor strength and control, keeping this in mind Flameless Cooking activity was organised for tiny tots wherein they cooked Oreo Brownie and Oreo Shake.
Celebration Gurpurab & Constitution of India ( Grade-III)
Satguru nanak pargatya ,
miti dund jag chanan hoya ”
Waheguru ji ka khalsa ,
waheguru ji ki fateh
India has a rich heritage because of its diversity. Every festival in our country is celebrated with same fervor and enthusiasm. To imbibe the values preached by Guru Nanak Dev ji, an e- assembly was organized and children through PPT and video were made aware of the rituals, holy book and religious values associated with the festival. The importance of 5 Ks in Sikhism was explained by a student.
26th November holds an importance in the history of India. This day is celebrated every year to commemorate the adoption of the constitution of India which came into effect from 26th January 1950.
Samvidhan Diwas was celebrated during the virtual assembly. Discussion about the Constitution, Preamble, rights and duties of citizens of a country was taken up. It was explained to our Goenkans that the Indian Constitution is the longest Constitution in the world and since the formation of the Constitution about 100 amendments have been made. It was an interactive session and students were curious to know more about their Constitution The assembly was informative and students thoroughly enjoyed it
Constitution day (National Law Day ) Celebration
“Constitution is not a mere lawyers document, it is a
vehicle of Life, and it’s spirit is always the spirit of Age”
Constitution Day (National Law Day) also known as Samvidhan
Diwas was celebrated during the Virtual Session.
In the beginning of the session, children were told that
today is a special day that is “Constitution day of India.”
What is Constitution?
A set of rules and regulations of a country
The rights and duties of a citizen were also discussed.The
concept was inter related with the school with an example
In school we have certain rules that guides us what and
how things are to be done for the betterment of the
Children were also told that Indian Constitution is the
longest Constitution on the world and since the formation of
the Constitution about 100 amendments.
It was an informative and fruitful session for our little
Chhath Puja (Grade I –III)
‘We all smile in the same language’
To celebrate the diversity of India, G D Goenka Model Town celebrated Chhath Puja on 19.11.2020 wherein children were briefed about the importance and significance of the festival.
Chhath Puja is an ancient Hindu festival dedicated to the God of Sun( Surya) and celebrated to thank Surya for sustaining life and energy on Earth.
Goenkans were also updated with the unknown facts and rituals about the festival through a PPT and a module.
Links: Click here PPT
Diwali Week (Grade-I)
Diwali- where light symbolizes the victory of light over darkness and the victory of good over evil.
Diwali or Deepavali is celebrated by Indians across the globe and known as “festival of lights”. It celebrates the return of mythological king Rama to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile in the forest. In this new normal students of Grade 1 celebrated virtual Diwali with full enthusiasm and zeal with various fun filled activities.
Diwali is a festival of sweet memories, a house full of candles and diyas and mouth full of sweets.
On this auspicious occasion the students beautifully decorated candles with various decorative materials, enthusiastically participated in flameless cooking activity wherein they made a desert Oreo laddoo, made diyas with origami sheets. A special assembly on Diwali and Children’s day was conducted on 11th November 2020. The assembly showed the importance of new normal Diwali, precautions and safety measures to be taken this Diwali. Also, looking at the alarming pollution level, the Goenkans took the pledge to celebrate healthy and eco friendly Diwali by not burning crackers, followed by dance. They also shared the message to support local this Diwali.
Every child is a different kind of flower and all together make this world a beautiful garden.Our little Goenkans celebrated Children’s Day and were sensitized towards the importance of the day and why the same is celebrated i.e the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Further a virtual tour of Parliament museum in New Delhi was shown to them which is an interactive story telling museum on Democratic Heritage of India followed by E-party.
Assembly Links are as follows:
Diwali Celebration (Grade-II)
‘Let light shines out of darkness.’
To mark the festive spirit, G D GOENKA MODEL TOWN organised the Diwali Week from 9th November to 12th November wherein Diwali special activities were incorporated in a way that students indulged in a variety of modules.
Day 1 : Crafterina: Floating Candles
Goenkans made colourful floating candles using water and cooking oil. The activity was integrated with scientific experiment wherein student understood the concept that oil and water can not be mixed with each other and would create a surface layer on the top of water. The activity was intriguing and enjoyable.
Day 2 : Flameless Cooking
The icing on the cake was flameless cooking in which students enjoyed making chocolate laddoos.
Day 3: Special Assembly
Special assembly on Diwali and Children’s Day was organised to double the celebration. The morning started with the prayer ‘Ek tu hi Bahrosa’ followed by thought of the day. The students updated their fellow classmates with the news headlines and spoke about the importance and significance of Diwali and Children’s Day.
The Goenkans also encouraged themselves to ‘Say No to Crackers’ and informed each other about the rising air pollution.
The scintillating live dance performance by the students added much exuberance and joy to the assembly.
Assembly Links are as follows:
Day 4: Virtual Party and Virtual Tour
The week ended with the virtual tour to Parliament Museum wherein students were made aware about the democracy and cultural diversity of India. They also heard the voice of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru where he was addressing the nation.
During the Virtual party, Children wore their favourite dresses and had favourite snacks .The day ended by greeting and wishing each other Happy Diwali and Happy Children’s Day.
Link for the same: Click here AV
Diwali Celebrations (GRADE-III)
DAY 1- Flameless cooking
To celebrate the divine festival of lights, Diwali, students of Grade 3 were indulged in a plethora of activities throughout the Diwali week. A discussion was taken up about the importance of Diwali and how the festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair.
DAY 2- VIRTUAL TOUR TO NATIONAL MUSEUM
A virtual tour to National Museum was organised for the students, wherein the students were familiarised with the various artefacts displayed in the museum.
The little ones were ecstatic to participate in the Flameless cooking activity. The students used various ingredients like muffins, chocolate syrup and dry fruits to make Hot Chocolate Fudge. It was a learning experience for all.
DAY 3-Candle Decoration
Deepawali is the Indian festival of lights celebrated during the Hindu Lunisolar month Kartika. Diwali symbolizes the spiritual “ victory of light over darkness, good over evil, knowledge over ignorance”. As a part of Diwali week celebration a virtual activity session was conducted across all the sections of Grade III wherein all the students using their creativity decorated candles and diyas. The students actively participated and they enjoyed doing the activity to the fullest. The outcome of the activity is really commendable.
Day 4- Power Point Presentation
Diwali or Deepavali – which means a row of lamps is celebrated by Indians across the globe and is known as ‘Festival of Lights’- where the light symbolizes the victory of light over darkness and the victory of good over evil.
To innate the traditional values in the little Goenkans a captivating power point presentation was shown to the students.
The students were also made aware about the certain facts related to the festival
Halloween Party! (Grade- I to III)
Halloween is not only about putting on a costume, but it’s about finding the imagination and costume within ourselves. Today our little Goenkans celebrated Halloween Day. They were dressed up in different costumes and short documentaries were shown to brief them about Halloween, along with shadow puppet shown.
A best out of waste activity was conducted wherein they made their own Halloween Tick-and-Treat bag using newspaper and Pumpkin Face using paper plate.
Eid-E-Milad Celebration (Grade-II)
Kindness is a mark of faith,
and whoever is not kind
has no faith.
- G D GOENKA MODEL TOWN celebrated the festival of Eid with zeal and enthusiasm. The main aim of the celebration is to propagate Prophet Mohammad teachings and values to the new generation. The students enjoyed the videos and PowerPoint presentation was shown to them related to philosophy of Prophet Mohammad.As India is a secular country, the values of Unity in Diversity, compassion and kindness were inculcated through the celebration of Eid.
Sharing the link of Modules: Click here
एक झलक – हिंदी दिवस (कक्षा: दूसरी और तीसरी)
हिंदुस्तान की शान है हिंदी,
हर हिन्दुस्तानी की है प्यार हिंदी |
एकता की अनुपम परम्परा है हिंदी,
हर दिल का अरमान है हिंदी ||
प्रतिवर्ष 14 सितंबर को भारत में मनाया जाता है | हिंदी दिवस भारतीय संस्कृती को संजोने व हिंदी भाषा को सम्मान देने का एक तरीका | हिंदी भाषा के प्रति इसी सम्मान को दर्शाने के लिए हमारे विद्यालय जी. डी. गोयिंका, मॉडल टाउन के नान्ने-नान्ने दूसरी और तीसरी कक्षा के विद्यार्थियों ने ऑनलाइन कक्षाओं में हिंदी दिवस पर कार्ड के माध्यम से हिंदी भाषा के प्रति अपना सम्मान व्यक्त किया और उसके महत्व को समझा |
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MONTHLY COMPETITION – ADOMENIA
Adomenia Competition was conducted for grade 1 students, where in the students had to create an Advertisement promoting their brand.
*Be vocal support for local*
1)Making their own brand product
2)Promoting Immunity Booster products
3)Creating Junk food into healthy food item.
All the students participated with great enthusiasm and the creativity that was shown was amazing. The efforts displayed by each and every child was amazing. Kuddos to the wonderful performance by each one of them.
Here are the glimpses of the competition.
- Grade 1 A Click here (a) AV ONE (b) AV TWO
- Grade 1 B Click here (a) AV ONE (b) AV TWO
- Grade 1 C Click here (a) AV ONE (b) AV TWO
- Grade 1 D Click here (a) AV ONE (b) AV TWO
- Grade 1 E Click here (a) AV ONE (b) AV TWO
- Grade 1 F Click here (a) AV ONE (b) AV TWO
- Grade 1 G Click here (a) AV ONE (b) AV TWO
Students of Class V performed a group activity in which they prepared a presentation on Wildlife conservation. They were also explained about different projects started by the government to conserve the endangered species. The topics were: