|DRAWING & PAINTINGS|
|CHAUDHARY ASHWINI CLASS-IX B||YUVRAJ SINGH CLASS-VII B|
|BHUSHAN KORE CLASS-VII A||NEELANJANA CLASS-VII B|
|SUSHMITA SINGH CLASS-VII B||MANSI P SOLANKI CLASS-VII B|
Count your blessings, God gives
Add them one by one, each day
Subtract your pessimism
Divide time for all your works
Multiply your joys in life.
bet success in earthly stay
by praying to the lord.
Numbers are INFINITESIMAL
Numbers are so MAGICAL
Numbers can have DECIMALS.
Numbers can rule the modern world
They can count your Hair These days
They can lount the stals; Some days
Man’s progression in Maths is base
For putting man on
Moon or Mars
By Venishaa, XI
NATURE V/S HUMAN
The nature on the earthHas eternally devoted its life for us,From the goriest sun to the shiniest moon.From the glamorous tree to the slimmest streams.As that has just one key to be,And that is the one we lack in being,It’s none other than purity,Which flies along the breeze and danceWith the tree.Which eternally flows in rivers and floats in sea,The two partner’s nature and purity have walked,Hand in hand fighting the impurities.While we lost it on the way,By and by as we say.
Home! You are a special place;You’re where I walk and wash my face,Brush my teeth and comb my hair,Change my socks and what I wear,Clean my ears and blow my noseTry on all my parents’ clothes.Home! You’re where it’s warm inside,Where my tears are gently dried,Where I’m comforted and fed,Where I’m forced to go to bed,Where there’s always love to spare;Home! I’m glad you are there.
Today’s day was brightAnd I want to fly kite.I went in the garden to see the skyI thought that I want to fly a kite.I went to market to buy a kite,When I was flying in was very lightFor one hour it was flying bestBut after some time it took rest.
Read but write moreTalk but think moreI promise you will succeed sure.Eat but chew moreWeep but laugh moreSleep but work moreI promise you will be healthy more.Hate but love moreI promise people will love you sure.
Not every student is created equally. Some students are simply more challenging than others. There are students who possess certain characteristics that make them the perfect student.
The perfect student.....ASKS QUESTIONS.
Good students aren’t afraid to ask questions because they know that if they do not get a particular concept, it could hurt them later on when that skill is expanded.
The perfect student is a.....HARD WORKER.
The hardest working students will ultimately be the most successful in life. Hard worker means completing assignments on time, asking for extra help, putting in the time to study for tests and quizzes, recognizing weaknesses and looking to improve those weaknesses.
The perfect student is.....INVOLVED.
Most good students get involved in some activity whether it is Sports, Student Council, Club activities, House activities, Scout & Guide etc. These activities provide so many learning opportunities that a traditional classroom simply can’t.
The perfect student is a.....LEADER.
Teachers love good students who are natural leaders within their classroom. Leadership skills are often innate. It is a skill that develops over time.
The perfect student is.....MOTIVATED.
The best students are the ones that are motivated to be successful. Students who are motivated to learn are easy to teach. They want to be at school, they want to learn, and they want to succeed.
The perfect student is a.....PROBLEM SOLVER.
Those students who do possess true problem solving abilities are rare gems that teachers love. They can be used as a resource to help develop other students into becoming problem solvers.
The perfect student.....SEIZES OPPORTUNITIES.
The best students take advantage of the opportunities their afforded and value the education that they have an opportunity to receive.
The perfect student is a.....SOLID CITIZEN.
Students who follow the rules and procedures have a better chance at maximizing their learning potential.
The perfect student has a.....SUPPORT SYSTEM.
Parents or guardians are the support system. They push you to success, offer advice, and guide and direct your decisions throughout your life.
The perfect student is.....TRUSTWORTHY.
Teachers love students and classes that they trust. When a teacher gives you an opportunity they are putting faith into you that you are trustworthy enough to handle that opportunity. Good students value those opportunities to prove that they are trustworthy.
Effects of Cartoon Network on Children Life
Typically, children begin watching cartoons on television at an early age of six months, and by the age of two or three children become enthusiastic viewers. Too many children around the world are becoming addictive to television. The shows that have been watching have become violent. These days it is very difficult to find a TV channel that is 100% children friendly.
Most channels have children programs mixed with commercials or movie previews that are inappropriate for children to view. But it’s not that cartoons have only negative impacts on children. Cartoons are the central focus of many children's lives that parents manipulatively use to help keep the children occupied while they are busy with their office schedules. Many parents also express satisfaction with the educational benefits of TV and how it can teach positive behaviors. Children at every age learn a variety of things easily by watching educational cartoon films. Infants and toddlers start learning different words, and their meanings. Children become more creative by watching cartoon films. They try to do things in different ways so their imagination and creativity is enhanced.
Watching cartoons is already a habit for most children, and it will be a part of their lives. Parents should think about how to prevent their children from the bad effects of cartoons. First of all, parents should spend time with their kids as much as they can. If they do not have enough time to spend with their children, they should know that what kind of cartoons their children can be allowed to watch every day.