Step 4-5

Age Group - 8 to 9 Yrs

Our Step 4-5 classrooms are the final legs of your child’s primary education, and thus much focus will be put on preparing them for their secondary levels! Now that they have grasped basic learning concepts, they’ll be encouraged for complicated concepts like grammar and science. Their scientific temperament will be developed by encouraging the children to observe their surroundings with inquisitive minds. They’ll also be trained in Hindi and English language writing to develop their communication skills.

Our Activities


1. A Diary Entry was made written post the Children’s Day Celebration to introduce and practice the content.

2. To introduce Interjections, a scrapbook was created by each student in which pictures of the expression of students as per the interjection were stuck.

3. To teach the difference between Direct and Indirect Speech, students were asked to interact with each other one by one and then change the nature of speech. They were asked to recognize nature, change the same, and speak aloud during the class.

4. Post the completion of a Literature chapter which was about Caucus -race. One of the students was asked to explain the kind of race to other students during recess time and play the same.

5. A map work was done post-reading the chapter ‘Tansen’. The students were asked to mark the states and places on a political map where Tansen went. Students were also encouraged to draw a sketch of Tansen.


1. Ascending and descending fractions: In this, we made two grids on a sheet and then colored them according to the ascending and descending order.

2. Proper and Improper fractions: In this activity, we took a sheet and then cut and pasted Proper and Improper fractions.


1. श्रुतलेख : पाठ के कठिन शब्दों का श्रुतलेख लिया गया था |

2. सुलेख : लेख सुधारने हेतु सुलेख कराया गया था |


1. An activity based on the chapter Adaptation in plants was done in the class in which students were given some pictures of plants growing in different habitats in which they were asked to spot the plant, write its habitat, and some adaptations it poses to survive in its specific habitat.

Social Studies

1. In an A3 sheet, students were asked to paste different images of trees. They had to identify and write down their names and which type of forest they belong to.

2. On India’s political map students were made to mark different types of soil found in different areas with the help of colored glaze paper.

Visual Arts

1. Drawing and Colouring

2. Craft (Christmas)

3. Cotton Pasting craft

4. Perception Art

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