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4th Project Work
Friday, 16 February 2018
Thursday, 7 July 2016
2) Stick cotton fibres onto the outline map with boiled slurry of starch according to the relative heights of different physical features
3) The Western and the Eastern Ghats are portrayed well with thick mats of cotton fibres on either side of the plateau
4) Likewise white cotton fibres are spread and stuck as differently elevated cushiony units for depicting the Himalayas as the snow laden mountains in the north. Plateaus too are attempted.
5) Let the whole set up dry for a while
6) Ghats, plateaus and rivers are coloured differently as distinct features
Thursday, 21 April 2016
Wednesday, 6 April 2016
I asked her to explain how she had done it. She said that she had taken a card paper and cut it into a rectangular shape. She kept it aside. She cut quilling papers of different colours into narrow strips of varying lengths. She curled, looped, rolled, and twisted the paper into variable shapes and sizes. Some strips were linearly stuck to the sheet as the stems of the twig. Circularly rolled papers or coils were decorated as flowers, elliptical ones as leaves and so on. She stuck kundans here and there to give a striking apppearance. The finishing job was done by pinching, tweezing and by using a good quality glue available in the market. Thanks for the creative job!
Sunday, 3 April 2016
Abdul Rahman and Praneeth are of different talents. While the former one draws pictures the later one colours them. Such of two products have been sent to me recently. One is about the natural life and the other about the sweating life of a farmer.
In the first drawing they compare the life of a baby deer with their own. They depict the freedom of a baby deer in pristine, natural environments, far away from their polluted, noisy and ever-busy concrete jungles.
K Sai Yasaswini, 8th Class, requested me to allow her conduct a small quiz contest between a group of boys and a group of girls. She was so enthusiatic and energetic that I could not say "no", but "yes".
She had stood up, and with my nod, moved forward to stand In front of the two groups with a piece of chalk and a duster to write the score of both the teams on the board. She started asking questions to both the teams in turns. She mixed both easy and difficult questions to satisfy slow learners and to confuse intelligent ones.
At the end it so happened that the score of both the teams became equal. To decide the winners she tossed a coin, the coin was in favour of the girls team. Some of the questions she asked are given hereunder.
1) By what cotton is made of?
2) Who was the first person to set foot on the Moon?
3) Give the name of a fish which can fly.
5) Which subject deals with the study of development of gardens?
6) Which country is called as "the land of the midnight Sun?"
7) Which language is used extensively on the internet?
8) Where is the Mt. Kilimanjaro located?
9) If FOX is coded as GHPQYZ then how is BOAT coded?
10) Which is the capital city of France?
Winners : Girls Group
Answers: 1) Cellulose; 2) Neil Armstrong; 3) Red fire fish; 4) Horticulture; 5) Norway; 6) English; 7) Tanzania; 8) CDPQBCUV; 9) Euro; 10) Paris