Dear Parent(s) Greetings! What we do during our working hours determines what we have; what we do in our leisure hours determines what we are

Dear Parent(s) Greetings! “What we do during our working hours determines what we have; what we do in our leisure hours determines what we are.” Summe...
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Dear Parent(s) Greetings! “What we do during our working hours determines what we have; what we do in our leisure hours determines what we are.” Summer Vacation is a time for the children to enjoy and relax along with utilize it to cover up their shortcomings. These days are precious and invaluable and can be made most from if judiciously used. Its time to nurture young minds, inculcate moral values and narrate family anecdotes to keep them in touch with their roots. Few tips to engage your children during the vacation fruitfully: • Encourage your child to take up swimming, yoga, walking or any other form of healthy activity during the vacation. • Involve children in household chores. • Ask your child to maintain a holidays diary, to take photograph of special days and write about them. • Spend quality time with your child, go for nature walks and share your valuable experiences which would motivate him/her • Summer Vacation Camp in the school ‐ Allow and encourage your child to join summer camp and opt for activities of his/her choice Kindly see that your child completes the homework on time and in a creative way. Extend your support to help him/her in completing the homework creatively and neatly. Make it a wonderful learning experience for the child. Kindly ensure that the child maintains separate folders for each subject and does the work on A4 size sheets. Summer Break:‐ 18th May 2016 to 30th June 2016. School will reopen on 1st July 2016. Homework to be submitted by 10th July 2016.

Regards Principal

Dear Students Greetings! Summer vacation is a time when we play, enjoy waking up late, going out somewhere to spend some days, shopping and have loads of fun with our friends and family. Many of us just end up being lazy in vacations because sleeping, chatting, eating and talking are mostly the only hobbies that we do to enjoy. On the other hand, we try to forget tonnes of school homework that we've got to do during the holidays! And finally when the school is about to reopen, we are in a fix and rush to complete all the homework on time. Here are a few tips that can help out • • • •

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Try to spare two hours daily or on alternate days to do your homework. To keep the school homework interesting, give yourself some little tasks. Study effectively. As you are giving only a little time to your studies, so you should study during those hours when you are in an active frame of mind. Studying consecutive for two hours can be a little boring for some of you. So take little breaks while reading or writing. You can do whatever you like in short breaks ‐‐ listen to your favourite song, watch something for a brief moment on TV or even have a chat with your siblings and then start with your homework again. Finish the ones that can be done individually, then ask your elders to help you with the remaining. Plan with your friends or cousins. Organise a day for combine study, share your homework, discuss important topics and guide each other. In case, you have to go somewhere with your family to spend a good part of the holidays, set a date to finish your homework beforehand so that you don't have to worry about it later.

Regards Principal

VACATION ENRICHMENT PROGRAMME GRADE – VII ENGLISH 1.

Write a paragraph describing a humorous incident when something funny happened to you, or to one of your family members. ( 180‐200 words)

2.

Read English newspaper daily . Select any 2 difficult words daily and present them as follows ( minimum of 30 words to be done): S. NO.

WORD

PART OF SPEECH

SYNONYM

ANTONYM

3.

Read the novel ‘Pride and Prejudice’ by Jane Austen. i. Write a short summary of the story (80 words) ii. name of main characters. ( at least 5) Write briefly about each of the above mentioned characters. (30‐40 words) iii. iv. Choose 10 interesting phrases from the novel and use them in sentences of your own Find one synonym and one antonym for any 10 words. v. vi. Present your work creatively.

4.

Make a PPT using the following information : Picture of any one of the following authors‐ Rabindra Nath Tagore, Ruskin Bond, O Henry and William Shakespeare. Provide the following information about the author • Date of birth • Education and upbringing • Popular work • Awards received • List of famous books authored

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Make a beautiful bookmark for your Literature reader. Decorate it and write an inspirational quotation on it. Get the bookmark laminated.

MATHEMATICS Consider the following problem : A Water Jug Problem : You are given two jugs, a 4‐gallon one and a 3‐gallon one, a pump which has unlimited water which you can use to fill the jug, and the ground on which water may be poured. Neither jug has any measuring markings on it. 1.

How can you get exactly 2 gallons of water in the 4‐gallon jug?

4 gallon

3 gallon

2.

Measure the length, breadth, height of study table, pencil box, and dining table Divide each with 4 and give the decimal representation upto 2 decimal places Represent the exponential growth of triangles by paper folding activity Revise Ch‐1, Ch‐2 &Ch‐10 Practice integers, Lines and angles, Fractions in practice book

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SCIENCE 1.

Collect pictures and information on different types of thermometers. Paste them in your scrapbook and write about their features and purpose for which they are used. Make your own thermos flask using empty cold drink bottles, cans or plastic glass tumblers. Learn and practice by writing FA‐1 (U.T.) syllabus. Record the body temperature of any four family members with their names, age, date of recording and time of recording. Note down all information on a A4 size sheet and paste it in your scrap book.

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SOCIAL SCIENCE 1. Prepare a Report on any one of the National Political Party on the basis of the following: i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) vii) viii)

Symbol Origin Leaders – since the inception of the party Agenda Famous Slogans States where the party has strong hold Contribution in National Development Critical Analysis Use maps, pie diagrams, bar graph etc

2. Project Activity: PPT on Major earthquake areas in the world. Prepare slides based on the following: I. II. III. IV. V. VI. 3.

Seismic range Pictures Extent of destruction caused Disaster management measures Report on major earthquakes of this year Related data etc…

Revision: Chapter 2 Emergence of New Kingdom of History and Chapter 2 Structure of Earth of Geography

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COMPUTERS 1.

Prepare a PowerPoint presentation using animation effects, inserting videos and sound clips on any one of the following topics‐ a) a)

2.

‘Empowerment of women’ Youth‐ challenges ahead

Prepare a chart on ‘Binary Language’ showing its features and give examples as well of each generation Note : mail the PPT to the teacher at ‐ [email protected]

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE 1‐ 2‐ 3‐

Make a list of some unusual and interesting sports that u would like to play in your summer holidays. Make a list of famous personalities and their auto biographies. Read any one Autobiography and write your views on it in 80 words. Collect pictures from the Entertainment world, prepare a collage on a chart and give it a suitable Heading.