'MATH WEEK' CELEBRATIONS- JUNIOR SCHOOL (17-21 JAN 2022)
“Mathematics is the most beautiful and powerful creation of the human spirit”
Mathematics is a way of thinking and gives an insight into the power of human mind. To encourage young learners and to dispel math phobia ‘Math Week’ was celebrated at TAFS junior school from 17th January to 21st January'22. The theme was 'Circles' and all class activities were conducted around it.
This was a fantastic opportunity for students of classes UKG -V to engage in Math activities and create love for the subject. Teachers specially designed these activities for students to challenge their thinking and to develop their problem solving skills with an aim to enhance observation and analytical skills.
During this week, the following activities were conducted during online classes.
The UKG students reveled in “Peek a Boo with Pooh” activity and made teddy face using 9 different sizes of circles.
Class 1 students participated and enjoyed in “Counting by 10’s “activity and learnt about skip counting with the help of colourful paper caterpillar.
Class 2 students enjoyed participating in “Penguin Pals” activity by telling the Addition/subtraction facts about specific two-digit numbers, which challenged their calculation and creative thinking skills.
Class 3 students made “Money tree” with the help of coins. All the children happily posed with different coins and enjoyed tracing during the online class. They learnt about the importance of money and various ways to be more selective with their purchases.
The “Table Spin Wheel” activity in class 4 had the students engrossed in preparing multiplication table wheels using different numbers which challenged their calculation skills.
The students of class 5 did “How I Spend My Day” Activity .They created pie-chart to show that how much time they spend on certain activities and learnt about time management.
These week long activities generated intense interest in the students and it was indeed an interesting and educational experience for them.