Extracurricular Activity

Extracurricular Activity

Extracurricular activities at TRIO are an integral component of a well-rounded and balanced education. Extracurricular activities positively impact other areas of a student’s school life. They enhance imagination, productivity, stress relief, team work and social skills. The activities have been carefully chosen to develop logical thinking, creativity, active listening, communication, strategy, leadership, physical stamina, and motor and coordination skills.

Extracurricular activities are conducted daily from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm. The curriculum has been designed to give each student the opportunity to participate in all the extracurricular activities. We ensure that we provide ample encouragement and guidance to our students during these activities.

Come join. Let’s Sing and have fun!!

Do you want to become Detectives? Your search ends here. Come join me and unravel mysteries and solve cases.

A visual Art related to decorative writing which gives form to letters in a skilful manner.

Exchange of words which encourage and motivate the children to verbally express their ideas and opinions using different methodologies.

This ECA will encourage children to be World Citizens. They will be able to explore and understand different cultures and their history from across the globe. They will find out the significance of flags of different countries, their folk songs, dance etc.

Board games help children develop logic and reasoning skills, improve critical thinking and boost spatial reasoning. It also helps to develop fine motor skills, coordination and dexterity.

Pattern is an underlying structure that organizes surfaces in a consistent and regular manner. Its repeating unit of shape and form helps to improve concentration and visual thinking.

Sudoku is one of the most popular puzzle games of all time. It’s also an excellent brain game. The popular Japanese puzzle game is based on the logical placement of numbers. It improves memory, stimulates the mind and increases our concentration power.

Zoology Club is an ECA for young Zoologists to explore the characteristics and habitat of different animals around the world.

We want children to be healthy and happy, not just now but for the rest of their lives. Teaching them about meditation early would help them do just that, which will help them to calm their mind and build focus.

Reading gives us some place to go while we stay where we are. Let’s discover a whole new world of books!

Teaching kids to knit develops fine motor skills and attention span. It gives the kids an opportunity to be creative and they also experience the process of creation.

The children will learn to draw all kind of cartoon like or even realistic characters.
Students will embrace creativity and confidence through their imagination while to draw.

What better way for children to share their experiences, emotion, thoughts and points of view on a variety of topics. It’s always a pleasure just having a discussion and sharing thoughts with peers.

Dance is a natural method for learning and a basic form of cultural expression. Children learn movement patterns as readily as they learn language. Just as all societies create forms of visual representation or organize sounds into music, all cultures organize movement and rhythm into one or more forms of dance.

Our world is filled with amazing, diverse people and cultures. Valuing and respecting other cultures and our own. We are living in a vibrant multicultural country, so it’s great that we learn ways of understanding cultural differences. It’s not only important to be aware of other cultures, but also to value and respect them.

Juggling leads to improved hand-eye coordination, focused concentration, goal-setting skills and problem- solving skills. Juggling has been linked to improve academic skills, and research has shown that there is a direct relationship between the hand-eye coordination learned through juggling and the ability to read, write and reason.

Want to be an actor, creator or an inventor??
Come explore the world of Drama and learn the various elements of drama through role playing, ad-libbing, script writing, creating your own stories and performing them and learning to express yourself but getting into the shoes of different characters.
It’s time to Act Up!

High Intensity Interval Training with music and counts which is packed with 8 different exercises and fitness games which will keep you fit throughout the week.
Come join the Tabata gang to stay Strong!

Music has an important place in education, as it contributes to a balanced development of the whole personality. Singing in the choir is a collective activity, which meets this same need and provides channels of expression and communication.

It will enable students to add new life to plain old t-shirts or any bland fabric that needs a boost. Mastering the art of fabric painting allows them to become their own fashion or interior designer by painting their ideas into existence.

Art is anything you can get away with. Students will develop their creativity through different types of painting and will experience painting on different surfaces. It will be relevant to students interests too. Giving students a choice in what they create will provide stronger motivation, as well as keep them engaged.

If your child is a go-getter, then this one is a definite “yes’’ out for extracurricular activities. Following through from idea to execution offers many chances to learn new skills and every step is a challenging for a child. A few ideas could be junk jewellery making, lemonade stand in the summer, setting up reading lounge, etc.

In GK club students will be acquiring knowledge of every aspect of life such as current affairs, family, physical health, arts and science.

The Young Writers Club is an afterschool writing enrichment opportunity for students to foster creativity, social engagement, and stamina. Participants will focus on the genres of narrative, drama, poetry and journalism.

Messy play like finger painting is important to every child’s development. It helps the body and brain integrate information as well as being relaxing creative way to express feelings. It allows them to use their imagination and create. It strengthens the hand and fingers which helps with fine motor skills.

In Improv club everything that is performed is unplanned or unscripted: created spontaneously by the performers based on the situation suggested. It is used as an educational tool to develop communication skills, creative problem solving, and supportive team-work abilities that are used by improvisational, ensemble players.

Origami is the art of paper folding, which is often associated with Japanese culture. It is used as an inclusive term for all folding practices. When doing origami, we use our fingers to create specific shapes out of paper. It develops eye hand co-ordination, sequencing skills and allows you to develop fine motor skills and mental concentration.

This club is basically formed to enhance skill level of student other than regular curriculum and give benefits to student who wants to do more activity with their talent in the field of computer technology & networking.

Mandala Art and Self Expression
Mandalas have been used as art therapy. Mandala Art is considered both therapeutic and symbolic. While the circle in the center of Mandala is believed to ground oneself, the shapes, design, colors and symbols reflecting the wholeness of the person creating it. It is used as an educational tool to to enhance the mathematical aspects involved.

Exploring with different materials to create free standing sculptures. To improve fine motor skills together with creative art.

All children benefit from classes and participation in gymnastics. Through the challenge of learning gymnastics skills, the students gain confidence with each step that they take. Gymnastics instruction helps develop better coordination and body movement. The best thing about it is that the kids must earn the skills. We just can’t give them to them. This hard work shows them that the more they work the more they learn. What a great lesson.

A club that promotes awareness about wildlife and related topics like habitat, endangered species, conservation, policies and laws.

The Botany Club is open to anyone who is interested in plants. The Botany Club’s mission is to increase appreciation and knowledge of plants.

It helps with overall brain development by stimulating the left and right sides of the brain simultaneously. Children must use different parts of their brains. It also improves a child’s ability to concentrate and stay focused.

Football teaches our youth some tremendous life skills they can carry with them forever. Not only does football provide great health benefits, both mental and physical, it also promotes camaraderie, teamwork, discipline, and work ethic that will help shape our children into well-rounded adults.

Alpha design focuses on creativity and hand eye coordination. The children will work on projects and more.

The game of chess helps young people learn to concentrate, think logically, overcome obstacles, spot patterns and categorize information.
It helps with the development of problem-solving skills, planning, patience, focus of thought and self-discipline.

Rock climbing can be a positive and powerful part of a high-quality physical education program. It is a very appealing activity that offers a welcome alternative to traditional team sports. In addition, climbing affects all three learning domains to offer many benefits to youth of all ages.

Taekwondo is a total learning activity. Taekwondo develops your child’s athletic abilities and self-awareness, and improves the child’s capabilities in self-defense.

Swimming is undoubtedly the best form of exercise for all age groups that keeps them emotionally and physically healthy. Swimming is an important skill set that should be learned by everyone as part of safety measures.

Robotics helps address the growing demand for teaching science, technology, engineering and maths in schools. As well as exemplifying technology directly by programming the robot, students also learn about science, engineering and maths and get an understanding of how these subjects link together.

Skating offers quite a few benefits for the mind as well as the body. Skating is a great way to alleviate back-to-school stress, and it provides a welcome distraction from everyday worries. With a calmer mind comes improved sleep – a bonus for students of any age.

Basketball is one of the most popular sports in the world and one of the most widely viewed. Basketball helps:
• build endurance
• improve balance and coordination
• develop concentration and self-discipline

As the regional language of our state Karnataka, it’s always fun to understand and speak Kannada. Students will get an opportunity to learn about the language the script and Kagunitha (alphabets)

Story telling helps to develop a child’s imagination by introducing new ideas into their world. It’ll encourage the children to realise that they can, and should, imagine anything they want. I choose Eric Carle artwork because he attempts to address children’s feelings, thoughts and emotions, as well as inspire their intellectual growth.

Clay modelling is a creative art. There is something very therapeutic about playing with clay. The tactile nature of clay allows young children use their imaginations and develop their fine motor skills while having fun.

Dot-to-dots, also called connect-the-dots or join-the-dots, are a fun, engaging activity for kids, involving a sequence of numbered dots that are connected one by one by drawing a line, revealing a fun picture.

Introducing students to the paper mosaic art is simple, fun and perfect for using up all those bits and pieces that have squirrelled away in the craft cupboard. It helps children to develop their fine motor skills and hand- eye coordination, creativity and self-expression.

Crossword puzzles are a form of active learning which engages more with materials than passive learning. It helps in vocabulary building and spelling.

In this club students can create sticking art with different kind of materials. They can improve their fine motor skills and creativity.

Drawing has cognitive and emotional benefits. Drawing can also help you to recognize and express your emotions. Students are engaged in art activities to have an opportunity for hands-on creation, which helps them retain information most effectively and efficiently at this age. They also develop their Motor skills and eye-hand coordination skills.

Here we learn our basic moves on Bollywood and free style dancing. Students get to explore their dancing skills and having fun at the same time.

Exercise in any form is good for physical and mental health. Jazzercise combines dance, strength, and resistance training with popular music for a full-body workout. Come! Let’s shake a leg, skip to the beats and grove to the music.

Gondh paintings are a form of painting from folk and tribal Art. Art is created out of carefully drawn lines, dots and dashes are added to impart a greater sense of movement and increase the amount of detail.

Folding origami is the art of paper folding. Kids without the need for any high-tech gadget. Folding origami allows kids to create and be innovative.
The goal is to transform a flat square sheet of paper into a finished sculpture through folding and sculpting techniques.

Block play is very beneficial not only for physical, emotional and social development, but also for cognitive, as it includes symbolization and representation, directionality, the process of making comparisons, classification, following sequence and supports divergent thinking and logical reasoning.

Learning how to use scissors plays an important role in developing the fine motor skills young children need in order to hold pencils and crayons.
Having strong fine motor skills will help children as they begin the tricky process of learning how to write.

Cooking can help young kids learn and practice some basic math concepts and build language skills. And the experience of creating meals with you can help build their self-confidence and lay the foundation for healthy eating habits.

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