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Initial Evaluation Syllabus for Kindergarten 2 (UKG)

 

(Child is expected to be conversant with the following concepts/ learnt the skills at the time of Initial Evaluation)

LANGUAGE / CONVERSATION

  • Identify objects/ pictures by name
  • To participate and respond to the questions asked as part of general conversation.
  • Rhymes and Recitation
  • To participate and respond to the questions asked as a part of storytelling session

 

COGNITIVE

  • Match Big and Small
  • Match Tall/Long and Short
  • Differentiate Heavy and Light
  • Differentiate Fat / Thick and Thin
  • Differentiate Wet and Dry
  • Differentiate Soft and Hard
  • Differentiate Hot and Cold
  • Differentiate One and Many
  • Differentiate Gender
  • Pair up similar pairs of pictures shown to them
  • Sort out different shapes, colours, sizes
  • Sequence shapes, colours, sizes
  • Complete puzzles

 

ENGLISH

  • Pattern Tracing- Standing line, Sleeping line, Slanting line
  • Pattern Tracing- Left curve,                Right curve, Upward curve ,Downward curve, Circles
  • Recognition of Capital and Small Letters
  • Identify the same letter from the row & circle it
  • Alphabet Tracing :   A –Z (Upper case) and a-z(Lower case )
  • Read with Phonics
  • Sight words reading

 

NUMBERS

  • Numbers Recognition 1-50
  • Number names 1-20
  • Writing Numbers 1- 50
  • Missing Numbers 1-50 (oral & written)
  • Number Names 1 – 50 (oral & written)
  • Identify the same number from the row & circle it 1-50
  • Count and Match 1-20
  • Write the number that comes After, Before and Between 1-50

 

EVS

  • Names of common fruits, vegetables, colours, animals, birds
  • Wild Animals
  • Domestic / Farm/Pet animals
  • Sea Animals
  • Insects
  • Animals & their young ones
  • Animals & their homes
  • At the Zoo
  • At the Beach
  • Days of the Week
  • Day & Night
  • Transport- Railways, Airways, Waterways
  • Roadways
  • Community Helpers
  • Our Playground
  • Our sense organs
  • Gender (He / She)
  • Good Habits
  • Our universe
 
 
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