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GHARE SHIKHIYE AUGUST 2020
How are you Friends ? Now the two issues of ‘Learn at Home’ program have reached you. You will have fun doing the various activities given in issues 1 and 2. Your experiences continue to reach us through your teachers. In each issue, we try to make the “Learn at Home” package more interesting. We are sending you issue-3 with this. Hope you have fun and your new learning journey continues.
Parents, Hello, for the past two months you have been doing a variety of activities at home with your child, in addition to being a parent, you are also playing the role of a teacher and mentor. At the same time, make sure that the child gets a nutritious diet because, as much as learning is necessary, so is physical exercise and sports. So be careful that they do this activity too.
It is great to be able to communicate with children and engage in sports, as these are very important for them now that schools are closed and children have been at home for about four months. The last page of this envelope contains a form to record the child’s activities, which you have to fill out. You can fan the teacher if you have trouble anywhere. The QR code here has a message for you, listen to it,
Story Tigers and Leopards :- Tigers and leopards have many things in common. Like Tigers, Leopards too are meat eating animals They both like to hide away from humans. Also, tigers and leopards are both solitary animals, which means they do not live in groups or herds, they live alone.
Tigers and leopards have many differences as well. Tigers live in open grasslands but Leopards like to live in rocky, caved areas. Tigers do not eat animals killed by others but Leopards eat kills left over by other animals as well. All tigers have stripes on their skin; However, leopards do not have stripes