We are pleased and so proud to announce to our parents that Podar Jumbo Kids has now introduced the Number Magic math program for all preschoolers at the Bannimantap centre! The aim of Number Magic is to create confident, capable mathematicians who are Math lovers!
With this milestone, Jumbo Kids – already the first and only preschool chain in India to adopt the Early Years Foundation Stage framework of the United Kingdom (U.K.) – also becomes the only chain in India to adopt this holistic approach to math learning.
The Number Magic program is based on Numicon from Cambridge, U.K..
Most schools’ Math curriculum involves focusing on teaching children number recitation from 1 to 500 without an understanding of the number value. This leads to struggling in Math as the child progresses to higher standards. Number Magic, the Math program at Podar Jumbo Kids, focuses on giving preschool children the foundation required for an understanding of Math.
Number Magic at Podar Jumbo Kids is a multi-sensory approach to develop strong
math skills in the foundation years. Number Magic has a well designed curriculum for
Math which enables children to explore, understand and learn numerous Math concepts
with ease and experiential learning.
This is done by giving the children concrete experiences with specially designed
material, thereby laying the basis of learning and understanding Math and its application
in everyday life. The program through interesting activities, games, hands on learning
and worksheets takes the children to more abstract concepts of Math which include
addition, subtraction, fractions and so on. The aim behind it is to create confident,
logical thinkers and competent mathematicians who are Math Lovers!
Team Jumbo Kids Bannimantap invites all our fathers and children to join us for Father’s Day Out at Planet Earth Aquarium, Hebbal Industrial Area, Mysore on Saturday, June 23, 2018. Please be at the Planet Earth venue with your child at 10.30 am sharp.
PJK Bannimantap will sponsor ticket fees for the PJK Bannimantap student and his/her father. Tickets for any additional non-PJK siblings who may accompany the father will have to be paid for by the parents.
Latecomers will be responsible for buying their own tickets. 🙂 Please be there at 10.30 am without fail.
Please carry water and/or snacks for your child.
Please note that the event is for fathers and children only!
Directions to Planet Earth:
Hebbal Industrial Area. From Ring Road take the road opposite to Bharath Cancer Hospital, come to Infosys Main Gate and after that Hotel Country Inn. Then turn left and immediate right, take the straight road (Old KRS road) for about 1.7 kms. The green wall on the right is Planet Earth.
We recommend that you find out the location in advance so that you can come directly on Saturday without wasting any time.
For directions, refer Google Maps or call 9611023111.
We look forward to seeing all Daddies and kids on Saturday!
You are cordially invited for the Convocation Ceremony of your child on Saturday, March 10, 2018 at the school campus!
Timings are as follows:
Nursery : 10 AM
Sr. KG : 11 AM
Children must come dressed in their School uniforms, socks and shoes. The ceremony will begin at the stipulated time, so please take your seats in a timely manner. Nursery children must be present at school by 9.45 am to allow the child time to settle down before the event begins.
All this week, children of Podar Jumbo Kids Bannimantap are participating in a special campaign designed to encourage healthy lifestyle habits. The Stronger India, Healthier India campaign will run from February 19 to February 23, and will include special activities, games and parental inputs designed to foster a love of healthy living in our little ones! Watch their progress on Facebook.
As educators, it is our constant endeavour to facilitate the holistic development of our children. A very important factor for a child’s emotional, social, cognitive and spiritual growth is her/his proximity and interaction with nature.
As a parent, you know that there are many differences between a boy and a girl in how they play. Your daughter may particularly like tea parties while your son wants to roughhouse with a football. The support they get or do not get in their preschool years lays the foundation for the rest of their gender identity formation
Gender-neutral activities offer benefits for both boys and girls. They are suitable because they do not focus or push the child into a category that is pre-prescribed based on gender bias.
Therefore, at Podar Jumbo Kids, we are having five days Gender bias Project from 22nd January to 25th January.
Podar Jumbo Kids is dedicated to help children grow into caring, capable adults through a partnership with parents through events, workshops, play based activities and projects. “The Parent Connect” adds a critical link between schools and children and hence we strongly believe in making communication a two-way street.
This is an attempt to break the stereotypes and to ensure that the environment reflects diversity in gender roles and encourages equal opportunities for everyone.
Team Jumbo Kids Bannimantap takes great pleasure in inviting all parents and children to join us on a nature walk through Karanji Lake this Saturday, January 13, 2018 at 10 am. Join us for a fun and educational experience through one of the most beautiful attractions of Mysuru City – spend quality time with your children and their teachers in a serene, green environment.
Instructions: Register for the Walk by Thursday, January 11, 2018 by submitting your child’s name to the school office. Entrance tickets for all parents will be borne by the school. Tickets for older children/siblings, who may also attend, will have to be borne by the parents.
All parents and children must assemble at the Karanji Lake entrance by 10 am. Please carry refreshments, including snacks and water for your child. If you would like to carry extra eatables for your child to share with other children, you are free to do so. Remember to keep all snacks strictly vegetarian. Please note that Karanji Lake is a no-plastic zone, and plastic bottles or plastic bags may have restricted entry. Carry snacks in lunch boxes or steel containers, and water in water bottles.
It’s likely to be a chilly morning, so dress warmly. Children must wear their uniform or Jumbo T-shirt, caps and comfortable sneakers. Lastly, please be on time. We look forward to seeing you all there!
All children will have rehearsals on Monday morning, and must be present at the school at 9.30 am. Van children will be picked up by their respective vans at the regular time, and dropped back after rehearsals. Walk-in parents must pick their children at 10:45 am.
Nursery: Children must be present in the school at 3 pm. Vans will take Nursery children to the auditorium at 3.30 pm. Please do not bring your children directly to the auditorium. Please make sure that children are present in school at the stipulated time. Nursery children must wear Jumbo T-shirt, white socks, and make up. They will be costumed in school.
Jr KG and KG: Children must be present in the auditorium by 3.30 pm in makeup and wearing their uniform and white socks.
General: All children must wear Velcro sandals, not laced shoes. Please do not send snacks or refreshments with the child- these will be provided. The school will not be responsible for any child missing the performance due to late coming.
Please do not visit the Green Room – children get unsettled on seeing strangers. Parents will pick up the children class by class from the Green Room, starting with Nursery.
Tuesday will be a holiday. Classes will continue till December 22. Winter break begins from December 25 and school reopens on January 2.
It’s that time of the year again! Team Jumbo Kids invites all Daddies and their children to participate in MasterChef 2017 – a unique cooking contest that encourages healthy eating and family bonding.
This year’s edition of MasterChef will be held on Saturday, November 11, 2017 at 10:00 am at the school.
• Fathers must carry their own aprons.
• It should be a healthy and nutritional recipe.
• It must be purely a vegetarian dish.
• The dish has to be made by father and the child at the centre with equal participation of both, making a dish that Dadi (grandmother) makes or a dish the father liked that his mother used to make.
• Participants must carry the ingredients and essentials for their dish and basic utensils.
• Make your dish look appetizing and creative.
• Use easily available ingredients.
• Give your dish a unique name, and write it down on a card while presenting your dish..
• The recipe should not involve the use of fire.
• Time limit for the preparation is 30 mins.
• Recipes will be judged based on taste, nutritional value and presentation. Certificates will be awarded to all participants.