Spring Break Project Assignment

TITLE: MY FAMILY, MY INDIA
Due: 4/16/2010
Following are general guidelines to help the child in creating this project. The projects will be displayed on the annual day, but will not be judged.

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Nanhe Gopal-1( K-1 Grade students)

    
    The purpose of this project is to involve
    our youngest students in learning about        their own ties to  India, and to                     encourage creative expression                     through the use of colors, symbols,               drawing, writing and gluing images       
 
  

    Required Material:5 sheets of standard        (White/colored) size 8.5x11 paper             
    5 sheet protectors, one binding folder
    
Colored Markers and family photos as            needed
    Glue as needed

    Cover PageMy Family, My India
    by student's name (Firstname Lastname)
    Family Picture (Hand drawn,printed or a real     photo)

    Page 1- Region and map of state of origin
    Page 2- Languages spoken in that state  
    Page 3- Student's favorite Indian Place of                       Interest,Food, dress and activity.
    Page 4- Family Tree
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Nand Nandans and Nand Kishors     (5-9 Grade students)

  
   Make a poster about your family tree on       16x20 sheet.
       

   

   
    Nanhe Gopal-2( 2 Grade students)
 
    

    The purpose of this project is to                        encourage our second graders to                    understand their ties with India and to            strengthen his or her communication              skills through writing, drawing, and                organizing information about their own         family and India. 
  
    Required Material:6 sheets of standard            (White or colored) size 8.5x11 paper
    6 sheet protectors, one binding folder
    
Colored Markers and photos as needed
    Glue as needed

    Cover PageMy Family, My India
    by student's name (Firstname Lastname)
    Family Picture (Hand drawn or a real photo)

    Page 1-Region and map of state of origin.
    Page 2-Languages spoken in the family.  
    Page 3-Places of interest.
    Page 4-Important Festivals celebrated.
    Page 5-Family Tree
    

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Bal Gopal ( 3-4 Grade students)

      
    This project is to involve our curious third        and fourth graders in learning about their      family and heritage from India. 
  

    Required Material:7 sheets of standard           (White or colored) size 8.5x11 paper           
    5 sheet protectors
    
Colored Markers as needed
    Glue as needed

    Cover Page-  My Family, My India                      by student's name (Firstname Lastname)              Family Picture (Hand drawn or a real photo)

    Page 1- Region and map of state of origin
    Page 2-Languages spoken in the family  
    Page 3-Places of Interest
    Page 4-Some prominent people from that area
    Page 5-Family Tree
    Page6- Describe one interesting experience                    from your last trip to India,



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Note:
  
These guidelines should not restrict the child in creating the project.        Since this assignment is intended to involve the child in hands on learning about his/her own family and roots in India, it is important that he/she enjoys this activity. 



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