To celebrate and appreciate our relationship with the animals who share our planet and the ways in which they enrich our lives, LIS Pre-Primary section celebrated Animal Day on December 13th, 2017. The highlight of the day was the competition themed as “I Love Animal” where the students spoke few lines on their favorite animal. It was amazing to see them dressed up in printed t-shirts, animal mask and costumes. Children were very excited. Mentors delivered the importance of animals in our daily life. Toddlers sang poems on animals. To mark a difference, during the day, animal’s sounds, including a bleating lamb, mooing cow and chirping crickets, motioned the students when to change classes instead of the regular school bells. We celebrated this day with the involvement of students and teachers to sensitize children towards the need to preserve our nature and to show love towards animals. The program ended with a speech by the Principal Mrs. Ragini Kachhwaha.as She spoke on the beauty of the earth where in man, nature and the animals live in peace and harmony. She emphasized the need to respect, preserve and love the nature.
“How to Take Care of Pets” Even a small child can begin to learn to care for the needs of another living being. Whether helping to empty a cup of dry kibble into the rabbit's bowl, or filling the Budgerigar's water bottle, it is never too early to start teaching kids proper animal care. Of course, elders must monitor all pet care that the child carries. LIS organized a special assembly on December 06th, 2017 for Pre- Primary section on the topic Pet Care. Furry, feathered, or finned friends offer kids much more than companionship. They help children to develop lifetime character traits like responsibility, compassion, empathy, accountability, resourcefulness and the ability to love unconditionally. It is important to teach children to care for the pet responsibly. Children should learn what their pet needs for health and happiness. They should understand the care and affection their pet requires. Pallavi Rajpurohit of Grade prep and Mrs.Payal (mentor) shared their love bond with their pets.
Lucky International School, Jodhpur organized an Intra-Class Solo Dance competition titled as FOOT LOOSE, for the Pre- Primary wing on November 29th, 2017. Children participated in this event with great zeal and enthusiasm. Their performance got enhanced as toddlers used appropriate props which accompanied their performances. Audience was mesmerized by their entertaining and stupendous performances. Principal Mrs. Ragini Kachhwaha boosted their confidence and was jaunty to see toddlers performing so well with their tiny feet tapping on beats. The winners were awarded with badges and certificates. After all, creativity is powerful, but only if it is shared with others. Dream up your own moves for your own beats was the essential message passed by the toddlers.
Lucky International School, Jodhpur organized a competition on November 24th, 2017 for Grades I & II titled as “Show and Tell competition”. All the scholars were very excited and participated in this competition which helped them to gain confidence, learn vocabulary usage and public speaking skills as our mentors taught and guided them. The topic for Grade I was Favorite Animal and for Grade II it was Super Heroes. The competition was based on a PPT where scholars spoke on the given topic by describing the characters they presented in their PPT accompanied by their attire creatively.
Lucky International School, Jodhpur organized a special assembly on November 23rd , 2017. The assembly was prepared by class IV A on the theme “Freedom Fighters”. The students recited poems (Where the mind is without fear & Pushp ki abhilasha) and a quiz based on “Slogans by freedom fighters in which students participated with great zeal and enthusiasm. The assembly ended with the National Song ‘Vande Matram’.
Lucky International School, Jodhpur organized “Aapki Adalat” for Grades VII – IX on November 23rd, 2017 in which scholars enacted the famous personalities / legends of all fields – Bollywood, Politics, Sports personality and Freedom fighters. Training of voice modulation and various aspects of each personality was done by our drama and personality development mentors. Participants dressed up according to the personality and each participant was asked questions by the anchors. Participants gave small introduction and presented themselves with confidence. Audience was mesmerized with the scholar’s performance.
Science is all about 'whats' and 'hows' and 'whens' !! Lucky International School, Jodhpur organized a visit to Sub Divisional Science Park, Jodhpur for Pre-Primary Wing on 22 November, 2017. The exposure given to children related to science and technology encourages them to imagine and mould their ideas in practical life skills. Few specific concepts such as learning about animals, plants, weather and the physical world were delivered to the scholars. Their curiosity was very much evident by the questions they have asked. The visit encouraged the children to experience the world of science and think about the ‘why of it’.
Pink color signifies love, beauty and kindness. To make the scholars learn and understand about pink color LIS organized Pink Color Day celebration on November 30th, 2017 for Pre- Primary wing. All the children looked charismatic in pink color clothing. Children participated enthusiastically in the array of science activities. The color activity explained well about the formation of pink color. They all enjoyed a lot and simultaneously understood the aesthetic sense of pink color very well. The purpose of celebrating Pink Color Day was fruitful as the scholars learnt systematically with great joy and lively fun.
Lucky International School, Jodhpur organized a Power Point Group Competition on November 18th, 2017 for Grades V and VI. The students prepared a Power Point Presentation in school itself on the random topics given as –"Polar Bear", "The Great Indian Bustard", “Indian Elephant" , “Indus River Dolphin” for Grade - V, and “Endangered Species", “White Rhino”, “ Snow Leopard”, “ Bengal Tiger” Grades - VI. All the students did their tasks well which showed good team spirit and bonding.