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NEWS & EVENTS

16Jul

CLAY MODELLING
Clay Modelling Activity-Class I
Clay Modelling Activity-Class I
Clay Modelling Activity-Class I
Clay Modelling Activity-Class I
Clay Modelling Activity-Class I
Clay Modelling Activity-Class I
Clay Modelling Activity-Class I

CLAY MODELLING

"Clay is the perfect medium to bring imagination to life." —Anonymous

On 16 July 2024, MBS International School, Dwarka organised ‘Clay Modelling’ activity for the students of Class I. The objective of the activity was to introduce students to basic sculpting techniques and encourage creativity through hands-on exploration.The students enthusiastically molded clay into various animal figures, ranging from pets to wild creatures. The classroom buzzed with excitement as students worked diligently on their creations, guided by their teachers. This activity fostered artistic skills and enhanced fine motor abilities and spatial awareness. The event was a delightful and educational experience, allowing the young participants to express their creativity and learn through play.

    15Jul

    Sky Sprint
    Sky Print Activity-Nursery & Kindergarten
    Sky Print Activity-Nursery & Kindergarten
    Sky Print Activity-Nursery & Kindergarten
    Sky Print Activity-Nursery & Kindergarten
    Sky Print Activity-Nursery & Kindergarten
    Sky Print Activity-Nursery & Kindergarten
    Sky Print Activity-Nursery & Kindergarten
    Sky Print Activity-Nursery & Kindergarten
    Sky Print Activity-Nursery & Kindergarten
    Sky Print Activity-Nursery & Kindergarten
    Sky Print Activity-Nursery & Kindergarten
    Sky Print Activity-Nursery & Kindergarten

    Sky Sprint

                                                                                                               “The engine is the heart of an airplane, but the pilot is its soul.”                                      -Walter Raleigh   

    On 15 July 2024, MBS International School organised a ‘Sky Sprint Activity’ for the students of class Nursery and Kindergarten. An interactive demonstration was conducted to explain the principles of flight. Simple experiments, such as blowing air over a paper airplane or using a fan to lift lightweight objects, helped illustrate basic concepts of aerodynamics. The students were engaged in craft activities where they created their own paper airplanes and decorated pictures of hot air balloons and helicopters. This allowed them to explore their creativity and develop fine motor skills. They were able to differentiate between various types of air transport and understand basic concepts such as flying and hovering. Overall, the session successfully achieved its objectives of introducing and exploring air transport in an engaging and age-appropriate manner to the young learners.

      09Jul

      Spell Bee
      Spell Bee Activity- Class I
      Spell Bee Activity- Class I
      Spell Bee Activity- Class I
      Spell Bee Activity- Class I
      Spell Bee Activity- Class I
      Spell Bee Activity- Class I

      Spell Bee

      “Spelling is improved when reading is done.”  -Stephen D. Krashen

      On Tuesday, 09  July 2024, MBS International School organised a ‘Spell Bee’ activity for class I students to enhance the vocabulary and spelling skills of young learners. The activity was conducted in a fun and interactive way, with the students taking turns to spell out words aloud. They were given various words to spell, ranging from simple three-letter words to more challenging five-letter words. The students showed great focus and determination as they tried to spell out the words correctly. It was a great learning experience for the students as they got the opportunity to practice spelling words in a competitive and engaging environment. The Spell Bee activity was a resounding success, underscoring the commitment of our young learners to improve their language skills.

        09Jul

        FABLE-0-TALE: STORY TELLING COMPETITION
        Story telling Competition-Class III
        Story telling Competition-Class III
        Story telling Competition-Class III
        Story telling Competition-Class III
        Story telling Competition-Class III
        Story telling Competition-Class III
        Story telling Competition-Class III
        Story telling Competition-Class III

        FABLE-0-TALE: STORY TELLING COMPETITION

        “A wise man once said, “After nourishment, shelter and companionship, stories are the thing we need most in the world.”

        It is the stories that give wings to our imagination and take us to places beyond the boundaries of our physical world and into the land of fairies and wishing trees. Storytelling has been an integral part of our childhood.

        To keep the tradition going and to incite curiosity and the love for reading in children, an interclass story telling competition was held for class III on Wednesday, 3 July 2024. To captivate the audience, the enthusiastic storytellers used their props to portray a wonderful tale.

        Each and every story was narrated with a moral. The oratory and presentation skills of the students were outstanding. The event was thoroughly enjoyed by the audience.

          04Jul

          World Emoji Day
          World Emoji Day Activity -Class II
          World Emoji Day Activity -Class II
          World Emoji Day Activity -Class II
          World Emoji Day Activity -Class II
          World Emoji Day Activity -Class II
          World Emoji Day Activity -Class II

          World Emoji Day

          “Emojis are good to express our emotions in a sticker form.” ------- Anonymous

          On 4 July 2024, MBS International School, Dwarka, celebrated ‘World Emoji Day’ with an engaging and interactive activity tailored for the students of Class II. The activity began with a brief introduction to emojis, explaining how they are used to convey emotions and messages through digital communication. The students then were asked to draw and colour their favourite emojis. They had a variety of emoji templates to choose from, including smiley faces, hearts, animals, and more. The students enjoyed expressing themselves through their artwork and were excited to showcase their creations to their classmates. After completing their drawings, the students shared their favourite emojis and explained why they chose them. They discussed the different emotions and messages each emoji can convey, fostering a greater understanding of the importance of effective communication.

          Overall, the ‘World Emoji Day’ activity was a fun and educational experience for the students of Class II. It helped them develop their creativity, communication skills, and appreciation for the colourful world of emojis.

            03Jul

            Ad- Mad Show

            Ad- Mad Show

            “Creativity without strategy is called art , creativity with strategy is called advertising” Jef I. Richards

            MBS International School conducted Inter Class Competition ‘Ad- Mad Show’ for the students of Class IV in the school premises. The participants advertised a ‘smart pen’ in their unique style. They were creative in their presentations and came up with some interesting advertisement It displayed their talent and originality by developing and performing drama, jingles and logos.

            The participants were judged on content, teamwork, ability to attract the audience’s attention and overall presentation. It not only acquainted the students with an understanding of promotional strategies used in marketing but also enhanced their creativity and presentation skills. The students got an opportunity to brush up their speech delivery and understand the importance of advertisement in spreading awareness to the

              03Jul

              Puppet Show
              Puppet Show- Nursery & Kindergarten
              Puppet Show- Nursery & Kindergarten
              Puppet Show- Nursery & Kindergarten
              Puppet Show- Nursery & Kindergarten
              Puppet Show- Nursery & Kindergarten

              Puppet Show

              "A puppet show is a gateway to a magical realm where imagination dances with creativity, and stories come alive in the hearts of both young and old." Anonymous

              On Monday, 1 July 2024, MBS International School, Dwarka, warmly welcomed the Nursery and Kindergarten students back from their summer break with an enchanting ‘Puppet Show’. The show aimed to engage and entertain the young learners while fostering a sense of excitement. It featured a variety of colorful puppets, each portraying different characters and story conveying lessons on friendship and kindness through engaging narratives.

              The primary objective of the puppet show was to introduce the little ones to the world of puppets and storytelling with educational values. Additionally, the show sought to strengthen the bond between the students and their teachers, fostering a positive school community. Such initiatives not only enhance the educational experience but also contribute to the holistic development of students in their formative years.

              Overall, the Puppet Show was a fun and enriching experience, emphasising entertainment, educational significance, and community building for the young students.

                02Jul

                Fun With Origami

                Fun With Origami

                “There is no wrong way to make pretty things.” – Anon

                MBS International School organised a ‘Fun With Origami’ activity for the students of class I on Tuesday, 2 July 2024. The students discovered the fascinating world of frog making by folding, creasing, and shaping the regular squares into lively amphibians with deft fingers and colourful papers. Laughter filled the air as these little artisans hop from one fold to the next, mastering the art of paper-frog creation. The origami frogs created during the activity served as charming souvenirs for the students to take home, a reminder of the fun and rewarding experience they had while exploring the art of paper folding.

                Overall, the activity was an engaging experience as it helped improve hand-eye coordination, concentration and creativity.

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