LKG SYLLABUS: 2020-2021

The class for the student of LKG begins with social behavior.

For example: Wishing teachers, sitting properly, and taking care of belongings with proper demonstrations.

Besides this, there are various topics taught to the students of LKG/ PP1 in.

I) LANGUAGE (ENGLISH)

Promoting general conversation on recent topics, sessions, festivals, important world events and environment. The aim is to develop listening and speaking skills, vocabulary and increase imaginative traits. Encourage inquisitiveness and the habit of asking questions.

1. Pre-writing Strokes

  • Standing line
  • Sleeping line
  • Left Slanting line
  • Right Slanting line
  • Left Curve
  • Right Curve
  • Up Curve
  • Down Curve

2. Capital letters (A-Z)

  • Identification
  • Writing
  • Objects related to each letter

 3. Small letters (a-z)

  • Identification
  • Writing
  • Objects related to each letter
  • Matching capital and small
  • Vowels and Consonants
  • Phonic Drill
  • Vowel words
  • Rhyming words to improve listening skills

 4. Opposites (Differentiate between gender and pairing)

 II) NUMBERS

1. Pre-Math concepts

  • Same-Different
  • Big-Small
  • Tall-Short
  • More-Less
  • Heavy-Light
  • Full-Empty
  • In-Out
  • Thick-Thin

2. Numbers (1-50)

  • Writing
  • Count and Match with quantities
  • Count and Write/Tick/Circle
  • Count and Colour
  • Before, After and Between Numbers (1-10)
  • Number names (1-10)
  • Complete the pattern
  • Joining dots/missing numbers
  • Zero activity (Purpose is to develop the concept of Numbers)
  • Creating a ‘Fruits & Vegetables’ market in class and counting items

3. Shapes

  • Circle
  • Square
  • Rectangle
  • Triangle
  • Semi-Circle
  • Oval

4. Colours

  • Red, Yellow, Blue
  • Orange, Green, Purple
  • Black, White, Pink

III) GENERAL AWARENESS

1. Myself

  • Myself
  • My Body Parts
  • My Family
  • My Birthday
  • My Home
  • My School

2. Safety

  • At home
  • On the road
  • At the Playground

3. People who help us

  • Doctor
  • Teacher
  • Policeman
  • Postman
  • Carpenter
  • Farmer

4. Transport

  • Road
  • Rail
  • Air

5. Seasons

  • Summer
  • Winter
  • Rainy

6. Animals

IV) Environmental Science

  1. Common objects with missing parts. Talking about them, trying to introduce new words so as to expand the vocabulary.
  2. Parts and organs of the body and their use.
  3. Good habits and manners
  4. Spreading awareness about the environment through picnics, trips etc.
  5. Understanding of the concept of time by explaining weeks, months and year.

UKG SYLLABUS: 2020-2021

In a quest to improve the abilities of the child, the Syllabus for UKG has been designed by allotting special focus on the areas mentioned below.

LANGUAGE (ENGLISH)

1.LETTERS (AA-ZZ)

  • Identification
  • Sound of letters
  • Objects related to letters
  • Vowels and Consonants
  • Vowel words
  • Article a/an
  • This-That & These – those
  • One- Many
  • Positions
  • Rhyming words

2.Reading words and sentences aloud. Having social conversations

3.Use of Genie board, flash cards, oral interaction, written work, worksheets, storytelling and enactment.

4.Picture composition, making sentences with certain words or structure and use of ‘in’, ‘on’ and ‘under’ in sentences.

5.Revision of the English language basics.

 NUMBERS

1.PRE-MATH CONCEPTS

  • Same-Different
  • Big-Small
  • Tall-Short
  • More-Less
  • Heavy-Light
  • Full-Empty
  • In-Out
  • Thick-Thin
  • Right- Left
  • Front – Back
  • Top – Bottom

2.NUMBERS (1-200)

  • Writing
  • Count and write, colour and match
  • Before, After, Between number (1-100)
  • Forward and Backward counting (1-50)
  • Number names (1-50)
  • Skip counting 2 & 5
  • Picture Addition
  • 1 digit addition
  • Picture Subtraction
  • 1 digit Subtraction
  • Time
  • Money
  • Simple addition & subtraction using objects
  • Putting signs like ‘>’, ‘<’ and ‘=’
  • Addition and subtraction without objects or pictures

3.SHAPES

  • Circle
  • Square
  • Rectangle
  • Triangle
  • Semi-Circle
  • Oval
  • Diamond

4.COLOURS

  • Red, Yellow, Blue (Shades – Light & Dark)
  • Orange, Green, Purple (Shades – Light & Dark)
  • Black, White, Pink (Shades – Light & Dark)

GENERAL AWARENESS

1.MYSELF

  • Parts of body
  • Sense organs
  • My Home
  • My Family
  • My School

2.SEASONS

  • Summer
  • Rainy
  • Winter

3.TRANSPORT

  • Land
  • Water
  • AIR

4.ANIMALS

  • Wild
  • Domestic
  • Pet
  • Farm
  • Water
  • Animals and their sounds
  • Animals and their young ones

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE

  1. Talking about all types of transport as well as proving a demonstration in vehicles
  2. A visit to a police station or post office
  3. Introduction to traffic rules and safety
  4. Project on collecting a few living and non-living things
  5. Introduction to air, water and sound pollution.