On the 22nd and 23rd of July, LWS Nursery And Kindergarten organized an interesting and long awaited activity, Soccer in the Rain. To keep the fever of FIFA World Cup on, which concluded a few days back , the children of Jr.Kg and Sr.Kg classes participated in the same, to bring in the fun of getting wet in the rains as you play…
Family is of immense importance in a child’s life. Now in this world of nuclear families a child recognizes only parents as part of its family. What about grandparents, uncles, aunts and cousins and other member of the extended family? We cannot ignore their contribution towards the upbringing….
ENGLISH ELOCUTION FESTIVAL
Free Flow – the voice of our young talents at Lodha World School Thane, showcased their flair for recitation and oration on the occasion of English Elocution Festival. It was held in the school on the 11th of July, 2014.
Students of Classes I to X participated in the preliminary round which was……
HANDWRITING/CREATIVE WRITING FESTIVAL
Handwriting is a reflection of a person’s individuality and can reflect the development of an individual. In today’s culture, computers and printing make handwriting seem outdated. But at Lodha World School, Thane, developing a child’s handwriting skill is of paramount importance….
LWS NURSERY AND KINDERGARTEN, THANE
Activity –Make a Hidden Trail
Today, ie 27th June, the children seemed excited and bubbling with energy the minute they entered the school premises. They were all geared up for the activity planned for the day- Make A Hidden Trail.
Which young kid could resist the pull of an outdoor adventure, and the promise of a hidden….
REPORT ON EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING
On the 17th June 2014 there was a workshop held in Lodha World School, Thane on Experiential Learning. It was a four days workshop in which there were different modules explained by two Creya Learning Coaches – Shalet Jose and Rajashree…..
RESEARCH AT THE LIBRARY
On 17th June, 2014 an activity, Research at the Library was conducted for classes I, II and III. Children were taken to the library. They were given slips of paper and asked to search for books from shelves, referring to the names on the slips. The children showed their alertness by getting books on time…