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A cube was introduced and described in detail. A short discussion on the topic of games where ‘Dice is used was brought up before the students. Students responded very well as it is their favourite game for eg ‘Snakes and ladder, Ludo etc. Students were instructed to remember the numbers/dots on the dice with which they play the game and mark the same with the help of a pencil. Later they were told to dip the end of the earbud into the paint and print on the number of dots marked with the pencil. Students were demonstrated with the ‘Dice making activity first by the teacher and then they were instructed to follow the same. Children were found to be greatly engrossed in doing this activity. This was a take away activity. So, they carried it home very happily.
A cube was introduced and described in detail. A short discussion on the topic of games where ‘Dice is used was brought up before the students. Students responded very well as it is their favourite game for eg ‘Snakes and ladder, Ludo etc. Students were instructed to remember the numbers/dots on the dice with which they play the game and mark the same with the help of a pencil. Later they were told to dip the end of the earbud into the paint and print on the number of dots marked with the pencil. Students were demonstrated with the ‘Dice making activity first by the teacher and then they were instructed to follow the same. Children were found to be greatly engrossed in doing this activity. This was a take away activity. So, they carried it home very happily.
Coins: A Way to understand Indian Heritage Grade IX students of Delhi Public School, Nashik visited the Coin Museum. Trained researchers specialized in different numismatic periods delivered a brief account of the artifacts used in the early medieval, medieval and late medieval period to the students. This information helped the students to understand the sources of learning and studying history. The museum showcases a large number of coins, bronze statues, terracotta pots, ancient jewellery etc. It also includes three models which demonstrate the evolution of Mint from manual to mechanical. The students were amazed to know about the four Coin Minters in India: Mumbai with a symbol of diamond, Delhi with a symbol of s rounded dot, Hyderabad with a symbol of a star and Kolkata with no symbol. The visit offered the students an insight to discover the rich hidden heritage of India. #DPSNashik #SchoolActivity #FunLearning #CoinMuseum #Coins #History #Heritage #2018
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