Holiday Homework

                HEY KIDS! HAVE A HAPPY, HAPPENING BREAK!!

GUESS WHAT? WE HAVE DECIDED TO DO AWAY WITH THE HOLIDAY HOMEWORK THIS YEAR.


YES! A holiday is supposed to be a break from studies, explanations and completing tasks.
But are holidays supposed to make us irresponsible kids?

So we're going to take up certain responsibilities and also enjoy our holidays with our families.

1. READ BOOKS in ENGLISH and HINDI
Visit Teksons, Landmark, Om Book shop, or Gupta Prakashan (in and around South Extn.)
and select books of your level. Read them well. Books are your best friends.
List out the books you have read in your English and Hindi notebooks.

2. IMPROVE YOUR WRITING
Write 1 page of Hindi and 1 page of English every alternate day, and when you're back to school after the holidays, your handwriting will be the envy of your classmates!
We would love to see your writing practice notebook when you come back.

3. WALK  2GETHER
Go for walks with the family. You will realize you have 2 of God's greatest gifts…. NATURE  and your FAMILY. Do not forget to thank GOD for these gifts.

4. CULTIVATE MANNERS
Remember the 4 magic words? PLEASE, THANK YOU, SORRY and EXCUSE ME.
Make these a part of your personality.

5. PLAY OUTDOOR GAMES
Computer games are good. They sharpen your intellect, but what about the rest of your body?
You do need some exercise, don't you?
Go cycling, play badminton, cricket, kho-kho, catch, hide n' seek …… anything that will make you run.

6. CARE AND CONCERN
This is your chance to look after your parents, grandparents, elders and even your younger brothers and sisters. You can surely be of some help around the house.

7. REVISE all work done in class, in English, Hindi and EVS. Practice Math and learn your tables.

Have a great holiday and enjoy yourself to your heart's content.

        

 


On the school website ( www.fragnel.org) you will find some suggested activities that you and you family could engage in, if it interests you.

No compulsion. Just our attempt towards creating sensitive and responsible children.