Reading -

• Know to identify letters and words & learn the skill of reading difficult words by breaking it into syllables.

• Read with correct pronunciation, spell words and pronounce correctly with the help of sound.

• Read simple words/ sentences with the help of pictures and understand them.

• Understand the correct way of reading as to where to pause/stop.

Writing -

• Know to write an alphabet poem

• Write words that end with ‘at’(cat,rat,etc), ‘un’( sun, fun etc)

• Write words with short & long a , e, i , o, u sound words.

Vocabulary -

• Learn new words and their correct spelling

• Learn words with short “a”, “u” sound & words with ‘th’ sound in the middle.

Grammar -

• Understand what is nouns, verbs, adjective and also able to identify nouns, verbs, and adjective from stories/ poems

• Organize nouns in different categories as people/ place/animal/thing.

• Know that a name starts with a capital letter in sentence.

• Understands the meaning of rhyming words as similar sounding words.

Listening -

• Listen to teacher and recapitulate learning and identifying names of things around them (tangible & intangible)

• Listen attentively and write spelling of a word during dictation correctly.

• Listen to teacher’s instruction and respond

• Listen to the phonic story and identify words with short & long ‘a’,’e’,’i’,’o’, ‘u’ sound.

• Listen to simple sentences and identify noun/verb/adjective from it.

Speaking -

• Express themselves orally confidently and carry on interpersonal communication.

• Speak on any object in their surrounding using simple English with guidance in 2-3 sentences.

• Reading, understanding and identifying numbers up to 50.

• Writing numerals for One to Fifty and groups objects into tens and ones.

• Differentiating place value and face value of numbers and also understand the expanded forms of numbers.

• Build numbers using tens and arranging numbers according to their orders in ascending and descending order.

• Count forward and add numbers to get the sum total.

• Identifying order, apply count forward and compare numbers.

• Adds and subtracts using real objects and pictures. Adds and subtracts the numbers using symbols ‘+’ and ‘-’.

• Approach zero through the subtraction pattern (such as 3 – 1 = 2, 3 – 2 = 1, 3 – 3 = 0).

• Think and enact additions facts and relate addition in day to day life.

• Adds two single digit numbers mentally.

• Identifying order, visualize, take away, decrease and compare numbers.

• Understand subtraction facts and implement it in solving subtraction stories.

• Encouraging them for count forward or counting up as a strategy for mental subtraction.

• Building up their own subtraction number families and relate subtraction in day to day life.

• Creating an environment wherein students will be able to express themselves independently and realise their identity in the class.

• Understanding that all individuals need to share, care, cooperate and work together to make this world a better place to live in.

• Establishing relation between good health with daily hygiene and how good habits like being polite and respectful towards other can help us win friends/hearts.

• Distinguishing between different types of houses and realise that houses provide shelter from heat, cold, rain, storms, animals. We are all attached to our home and feel safe there.

• Creating awareness about how important plants are for the survival of animals and birds. And analyse the fact that conducive environments such as sufficient sunlight, water, air and soil help plants grow.

• Understand that the world belongs to animals as well, so we should be kind to them.

Reading -

• Able to read and understand simple English materials with correct pronunciation.

• Read simple words/ sentences with the help of pictures and understand them.

• Enjoy reading simple texts having illustration.

Writing -

• Learn to write words with long ‘e’, ‘a’, sound and frame simple guided sentences using noun/ verb/ adjective or any other given words.

• Frame question with “can”, write simple words/ short sentences on their own.

Vocabulary -

• Learn new words and their meanings.

• Understand singular and plural form of words and employ the singular/ plural form of words in daily life.

Grammar -

• Identify words with long” A” and long ‘e’ sounds , “Th” sounds from any group of words.

• Learn and apply the usage of words in real conversation.

• Revise all the eight parts of speech.

• Understand the usage of ‘this’ , ‘that’, ‘these’ and ‘those’.

• Understands what is a sentence and its types.

• Know the punctuation marks like (.)(,)(?)(!) and use in different sentences.

Listening –

• Listen to simple poems or stories and answer objective questions( one word answer) based on it.

• Follow simple instructions and express appropriately.

Speaking -

• Speaking or expressing themselves independently.

• Recite, sing poems with enjoyment and exhibit basic interpersonal communication.

• Knowing about numbers and number names from 30 to 100.

• Breaking the numbers into tens and ones, compare numbers and understand the order of numbers.

• Writing numerals for Thirty-one to Ninety- nine and groups objects into tens and ones.

• Drawing representation for groups of ten and ones.

• Grouping a number orally into tens and ones.

• Knowing to skip count the numbers and learn to add and subtract numbers up to 100.

• Knowing the concept of counting forward and applying mental skill by adding 1, 2, 3 to greater numbers.

• Comparing subtraction and addition and also understand their application in real life.

• Knowing that addition and subtraction and can solve problems based on story.

• Understanding, observing, applying group of numbers and also use the techniques of multiplication in their day to day lives.

• Understanding multiplication table through repeated addition table to solve story problems.

• Knows to read time and recognize the days of the week, names of the months and the calendar as a whole.

• Distinguishes between events occurring in time using terms -earlier and later. Gets the qualitative feel of long & short duration, of school days v/s holidays. Narrates the sequence of events in a day.

• Understanding that all of us have similar body parts but look different from others and accept people’s physical differences. And also analyse different functions of our senses.

• Encouraging our students to speak and talk about their family which helps them understand that a family lives together and provides us all necessary amenities and supports us every time.

• Realising the importance of having healthy & balanced diet, for proper growth and development of body.

• Emphasising on Water as essential component to survive for any type of living being.

• Analysing significance of neighbourhood and how its maintenance affects us. Also appreciate dignity of labour and respect all kinds of jobs.

• Informing about the importance of different means of transport & communication and how means of communication has changed over the time. Arouse creativity amongst students to create something new for the roads of 2057.

Reading -

• Reading text independently with fluency.

• Read unseen words/ text / passages with ease by applying the technique of breaking words into syllables.

• Develop the habit of reading for information, pleasure and confidence.

• Comprehend ( simple passage) and answer questions accordingly.

Writing -

• Independent writing/ framing of sentences with correct usage of past and present tense.

• Write simple short stories applying the concept of different parts of speech.

• Write a small paragraph on the basis of observation of picture.

Vocabulary -

• Know and identify words which mean noun as well as verb (slide)

• Learn words ending with’y’(city) and their pronunciation.

• Familiarise words which mean different but sound same while reading.

Grammar -

• Write sentences independently using noun/verb/adjective etc., differentiate between present and past tense of verb.

• Use words like was/were correctly in any sentence.

• Understand and use synonyms and antonyms.

• Learn and write opposite words in appropriate place.

Listening –

• Listening of simple stories / poems/passages and answering questions based on it.

• Listen and respond to the teacher’s instruction.

• Ability to listen, understand & employ non-verbal communication & draw inferences.

Speaking -

• Describe and speak about a picture or any object shown to them in simple English sentences.

• Talk about themselves, family, surrounding independently.

• Narrate his/her experiences freely.

• Understanding the different types of shapes , draw and recognize them accordingly.

• Collecting objects from the surroundings having different sizes and shapes like pebbles, boxes, balls, cones, pipes, etc.

• Sorting, Classifying and describing the objects on the basis of shapes, and other observable properties.

• Identifying the difference between objects that rolls and slides.

• Observing and describing the way shapes affect movements like rolling and sliding

• Measuring things using the different units of measurement, and can also calculate the numbers.

• Distinguishing between near, far, thin, thick, longer/taller, shorter, high, low. Seriates objects by comparing their length.

• Learning about money, its value and ability to count money using addition and subtraction.

• Identifying common currency notes and coins and put together small amounts of money.

• Understanding to observe, identify and sort data.

• Collecting, representing and interpreting simple data such as measuring the arm length or circumference of the head using a paper strip.

• Discussing the importance of safety and safe habits. Applying the rules and regulation and spread awareness regarding the consequences of not doing so.

• Developing creative side of students in designing different types of clothes for different parts of world by showing different material used in making clothes around the world.

• Enabling students to realise, appreciate, respect the cultural differences around the world.

• Understand that India is a land of many festivals. Familiarise students regarding different festivals celebrated in India and identify different places of worship and develop to appreciate all religions and develop tolerance and respect for all.

• Analysing the different sources of water and understand the need to conserve water for all living being.

• Understands and considers Earth as home for all not only human beings but also plants and animals.

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