Fun and educational activities were designed for the students of Grades I-III and Stages I-IV.
Fun and educational activities were designed for the students of Grades I-III and Stages I-IV. The children enjoyed doing these activities under the guidance of their parents. Activities like Origami, Tongue Twister Challenge, I am a Scientist and Movie Mania have become part and parcel of the students‟ regular week.
A) BUBBLE TROUBLE for Grades/Stages 1 and 2.
What is inside of a bubble, and why are they always rounded? To find out, the children of Grades/Stages 1 and 2 got into some bubble trouble! The children mixed all the ingredients (sugar/corn syrup/starch, water, dish soap) and blew into the mixture to make bubbles. The challenge was to try to make the biggest and smallest bubbles, to be able to pick bubbles up, and to try to get small objects NEWS FROM inside a bubble.
B) TOP SECRET : Students of Grades/Stages 1 and 2 made invisible ink just by using materials that can be found in the kitchen.
Invisible ink is fascinating, not just for kids but for everyone who is young at heart! The students of Grades/Stages 1 and 2 made invisible ink just by using materials that can be found in the kitchen. The children used lemon, water, spoon, bowl, cotton bud, white paper, and torch. They made ink and used a flashlight to decode the secret message
C) THE DISCOVERY BOTTLE! – The children of Grades/Stages 3,4 conducted a small experiment to discover the water cycle.
Water cycle in a bottle The children of Grades/Stages 3,4 conducted a small experiment to discover the water cycle with an easy to do science experiment. The children used a plastic bottle, plastic cup/glass, Ice cubes, Blue water colour and permanent marker. The three states of matter: liquid, gas, and solid were understood while doing the experiment stepwise.
D) MAKING MUSIC- Students of Grades/Stages 3,4 used glasses of water to play music!
You don’t need a piano or guitar to make music. There are all sorts of objects around you that can be used to lay a tune. Students of Grades/Stages 3,4 used glasses of water to play music! Was it magic? No. We hope they will remember this when they grow older and learn about resonance!
E) A FITNESS CHALLENGE – The Sit-Up challenge was offered to Grades VI-VIII.
25 SIT UPS The Sit-Up challenge was offered to Grades VI-VIII and they were just as enthusiastic as their seniors! They had to do 25 sit-ups and send a video. Teachers received video after video in one hour of issuing the challenge. Conclusion- Suchitran students are definitely fit!
F) THE PUSH-UP CHALLENGE – For Suchitran boys and girls of Grades XI and XII.
The Suchitran boys and girls of Grades XI and XII are up for any challenge. Their Sports Director, Mr. Venketeshwar asked them to do twenty push-ups and do you think they were fazed? Not a chance. Out of the overwhelming response we got, we posted a couple of selected ones based on technique. Way to Go, Young Guys and Gals!
G) A FAMILY THAT EXERCISES TOGETHER STAYS TOGETHER! – students of Grades IX and X did take up the challenge of doing 25 squats with their hands raised along with a family member.
Well, we sure do not know the truth of that, but some students of Grades IX and X did take up the challenge of doing 25 squats with their hands raised along with a family member. Three cheers to their sportiveness!
H) The earth day recitation competition for Suchitrans!
A competition with a difference. Children sent in videos of them reciting a poem on the earth and its environment. It was an opportunity to bring awareness to the fact that we have an obligation to take care of this earth, to celebrate the progress, to recommit and strive to do a better job of creating a sustainable future. Videos came in plenty, and it was difficult to choose the best. We are making a special mention of the ones we liked.
Grades V, VI, VII
Prize Name Class
1st Akanksha Dey VI C
2nd Sarah Kotadia VII C
3rd Vivann Kanungo V A
Grades III, IV
Prize Name Class
1st Ivana Stage 4
2nd Agastya IV B
3rd Tanishka Reddy Stage 3
Grades I, II
Prize Name Class
1st Jai Krishna Naidu II B
2nd Vivaan Shah II C
3rd Rithvika II E
I B Abhineet Jaiswal
IC Joanna Nair
Stage 2 Malank B
III A Shanthi Reddy
IV B Siyona
IV C Paramveer
V A Bharat Jain
V A Dhruva Jain
VI D Dev
I) SEWING CHALLENGE – Students of Grades IV and V took up the challenge of sewing by hand.
Sewing is an interesting activity, but nowadays, not many young children in school pursue sewing by hand as a hobby. Students of Grades IV and V took up the challenge of sewing by hand . Well done, little stars!!!!
J) POSTER MAKING CHALLENGE – Creative, attractive posters coupled with a powerful message on present situation of lockdown due to Covid -19 and how to protect ourselves and our world.
Making posters is an exciting activity for students. Creative, attractive posters coupled with a powerful message came our way. The topic was the present situation of lockdown due to Covid -19 and how to protect ourselves and our world.
K) PREPARING HOT AND CRISPY SNACKS CHALLENGE – students had planned to treat their family members with a tasty and crispy evening snack.
If you are a chef, no matter how good a chef you are, it’s not good cooking for yourself; the joy is in cooking for others – So the challenge taken by our students was cooking hot and crispy snacks for family members which usually require very specific techniques and methods. Our students had planned to treat their family members with a tasty and crispy evening snack. Some of the best recipes prepared by our kids are given below. Congratulations, Little chefs!
I) Poha Mixture by Vaishnavi VI Ingredients : Cashew Nuts, Peanuts, Badam, roasted Chana, Ghee, Kismis, Dry Roast Poha, Curry Leaves, Salt, Chilli powder, Aam choor powder, turmeric Recipe: Dry Roast Poha in two spoons of ghee. Roast dry fruits separately. Fry curry leaves, salt, turmeric, red chilli powder, aam choor powder. Fry for a few seconds and add the roasted poha and mix well. And The Dish is ready