Class 1-2

Small Science Class 1 & 2 deals with the broad area of environmental studies. This Teacher's Book illustrates a few of the almost unlimited learning opportunities offered by our immediate environment. In these first two classes we should remain unconstrained by a definite set of topics; the idea is to simply open up possibilities for learning in everyday contexts.

Many people are of the opinion that mathematics is only about numbers and number operations, and thus myths related to who can do mathematics and who cannot, abound. It is possible that children may struggle with numbers, but it is hard to believe that there could be a child who doesn’t recognize patterns. We see children creating patterns all the time using stones, sticks, leaves, flowers, finger prints, vegetable carvings, rubber stamp impressions and also mathematical shapes.

Use this worksheet with the Lesson Plan on Maps to help your students understand maps.

This Lesson Plan will help your students understand maps using pictures. Use this Lesson Plan with this worksheet.

Use this presentation to introduce your students to maps.

This Walking Cylinder is made from a toilet roll, straws and other odd materials.

Abstract

A teacher skilfully involves all his students in purposeful activity in a multigrade, multilingual context.

A teacher welcomes her young students in their home languages.

A teacher prepares questions and pictures before a storytelling session to help all his young students understand the story.

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