A project approach gives children many opportunities to express and communicate their feelings, needs, preferences and experiences. It helps them to build an enriching new vocabulary through exploration and group discussions. Children are encouraged to express their ideas using multiple modes such as verbal dialogues, stories, rhymes, riddles, drawings, writing, and artwork.
Vihani: "Mane rabbit rakhvu game che. Nani ghar ke neighbor me dog hai. Tuffy, hu scare thai jau. Eno avaj aave to hu ghare jati rahu mami jode. I scared of cat but vo mere ghar me aajati hai. Main chene ek dando le aati hu bahar se kyuki usko roti chahiye hoti hai na, Vo mera khana le jati hai.
Siaan : "Dog aaya hai Milan fia ke ghar pe. Cat ghar ni bahar hoy che. cow dekhhi hai, ea be bahar ghar na raste. Cat to hamare ghar me ghus jati hai. Hum to cat to dudh pilate hai. Cat and kittne
Aahan Self made story
Tvesha's Self made story
Rishaan's self made rhyme
Elephant pyasa tha
Fir gaya andar pani pine ke liye
Uske baad udd gaya
Fir gaya andar pani pine.
Keshvi Vyas narrating the story 'The Lion and the mouse'
Diyaan narrating the story 'The tiger and the mouse'
Children listening to the story 'Dear zoo'