At the beginning we as teachers posed questions to understand the prior knowledge and experiences of children. Children represented their thoughts in the form of art work, anecdotes, rhymes, stories and riddles.
Exploring their understanding of the topic “Stories ”
Children watching the story of "The crocodile and a hen" on YouTube shown by teacher.
Exploring their understanding about the various strategies used to narrate stories :
Shivansh narrating the story using stick puppets
Effects of stories:
Children depicted emotions using indigenous material:
Shivansh-"I made my smiley using blocks of different shapes."
Prisha-"Un clay thi banayu happy face."
Ayaan-"I made a sad face using leaves and sticks."
Mishti-"Un pan smiley face banayo che rajam ane pebbles thi."
Rajeshwari-"I made a smiley face using pebbles, leaves and sticks."
Jihan-"I made a smiley monster using green clay."
Tally marking of favourite characters
Mishti-"Mane peppa pig game."
Jihan-"I like superheroes."
Ayaan-"I like superheroes and monster stories."
Children made stick puppets using indigenous material:
Shivansh-"I made a dinosaur using some papers, sticks, glue and colouring paper."
Rajeshwari-"I made a doll and these are stick puppets."
Children used clay to make their favourite characters
Shivansh-"My favourite character is spiderman."
Mishti-"Un hippopotamus banayu, teddy ane crocodile."
Jihan-"Un hulk banayu."
Rajeshwari-"I made peppa pig."
Ayaan-"I made hulk."
Children represented their favourite story through drawings