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MONTH WORKING DAYS CHAPTER NAME  &  NUMBER
APRIL 24

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oral:

Recognition of all capital and small cursive alphabets  Aa to Zz

Conversation:

1.      What is your name?

2.      What is your father’s name?

3.      What is your mother’s name?

4.      What is your school name?

5.      Who is your best friend?

My Self

1.    I am a boy/girl.

2.    My name is _________.

3.    I am 4 years old.

4.    My father’s name is_________.

5.    My mother’s name is_________.

6.    I study in Jr. Kg.

7.    I study in the Sahajanand International School.

8.    I live in _______.

9.    My contact number is___________.

10.   I am a good girl/boy.

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

·   prayer

·   Ten Little Fingers

·   Mummy and daddy

Writing:

·      Revision of trace and complete the patterns Standing lines, slanting lines, half curves, and circles.

·      Writing A to Z.

·      Writing small cursive alphabets a to z.

·      Writing small alphabets Aa to Zz.

·      Missing alphabets A to Z.

Story:

Clever Kina

Activity related to chapter:

·   Video relating to the contents

·   Game on conversation

·   Rhyme completion

·   Game on alphabet identification

JUNE 23 Oral:

Revision of topics done in the month of April

Conversation:

1. What is your class teacher’s name?

2. What is your principal name?

3. How old are you?

4. In which class are you studying?

My family:

1.    My name is__________.

2.    There are ________members in my family.

3.    My father’s name is_________.

4.    My mother’s name is_________.

5.    My school name is _______.

6.    My grandfather’s name is_______.

7.    My grandmother’s name is_______.

8.    I love my family.

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

·      Miss muffet

·      One two buckle my shoe

·      Chubby cheeks

Writing:

·   Writing A to Z.

·   Missing alphabets a to z.

·   Capital cursive alphabets A to L.

·   Match each letter to the correct picture.

Story:

Clever kina

Activity related to chapter:

·      Video relating to the contents

·      Game on conversation

·      Rhyme competition

·      Game on alphabet identification

JULY 26 Oral:

Revision of capital alphabets A to Z.

Conversation:

1.       At what time do you get up in the morning?

2.       At what time do you go to school?

3.       What is the color of your hair?

4.       What is the color of your eyes?

My school:

1.          My school name is Sahajanand International School.

2.          It is located at Sojitra.

3.          It is three floor building.

4.          There is big playing area in my school.

5.          I learn many good things like manners, discipline in my school.

6.          I love my school.

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

·      Teapot

·      Hot cross buns

·      Butterfly butterfly

·      Merry time

Writing:

·      Capital cursive alphabets M to Z.

·      Match the letter with correct picture.

·      Circle the correct letter.

·      Write the first letter to the names each picture.

·      Match the capital cursive letter with its small cursive letter.

·      Use of a/an

·      Use of and

·      Difference between: in and on

Story:

The Ants and the grasshopper

Activity related to chapter:

·      Video relating to the contents

·      Game on conversation

·      Rhyme competition

·      Game on alphabet identification

·      Making different types of flashcards

·      Slide shows on sound the letters

·      Musical chairs

·      Making flower

·      Making  kite

·      Kick the ball

·      Playing outside

AUGUST 26 Oral:

·      Recognition of all capital and small alphabets Aa to Zz.

·      Introduction of the short sound of “a”

·      Introduction of  a sound words : at, an, am, as, mat, rat, cat, man, can, fan, mat

·      Introduction of the short sound of “e”

·      Introduction of e sound words: red, bed, jet, net, pen, men, leg.

·      Introduction of “ I ” sound words : in, it, is, if, pin, tin, bin, kit, bit, hit.

Conversation:

1.    How many eyes you have?

2.    How many hands you have?

3.    How many ears you have?

4.    How many fingers you have?

My class teacher

1.       My class teacher name is_________.

2.       She/He comes from_________.

3.       She/He is ________years old.

4.       She/He is an honest.

5.       She/He is hardworking.

6.       I love my teacher.

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

·      Disneyland

·      The lion and the mouse

·      Pat a cake

·      Ding dong bell

Writing:

·   Writing cursive alphabets Aa to Zz

·   Missing cursive alphabets Aa to Zz

·   Circle the correct capital cursive letters

·   Write the first letter that names each picture.

·   Write the letter that comes next (cursive alphabets)

·   The ‘a’ sound

·   Sight words-1

Story:

The Ants and the grasshopper

Activity related to chapter:

·      Video relating to the contents

·      Game on conversation

·      Rhyme competition

·      Game on alphabet identification

·      Point to the letter each time you say the word

·      Thumb printing

·      Kick the ball

·      Color the letters

SEPTEMBER 13 Revision for the evaluation I

Syllabus for evaluation I

Oral:

·         Recognition of all capital and small alphabets Aa to Zz.

·         Revision of capital and small cursive alphabets Aa to Zz.

·         Introduction of short sound of “a”

·         Introduction of  a sound words : at, an, am, as, mat, rat, cat, man, can, fan, mat

·         Introduction of the short sound of “e”

·         Introduction of e sound words: red, bed, jet, net, pen, men, leg.

·         Introduction of “ I ” sound words : in, it, is, if, pin, tin, bin, kit, bit, hit.

·         Reading two letters words: at, an, as, am, in, it, if, is, me, he, be, we, by, my, go, to, do, so, no, of, up, us, ox, or, on.

Conversation:

Independence day

The zoo

Good habits

Rhymes and songs: (Oral)

All the rhymes done from the month of April to August.

Writing:

·      Writing cursive alphabets A a to Z z

·      Missing cursive alphabets A a to Z z

·      Circle the correct capital cursive letters

·      Write the first letter that names each picture.

·      Write the letter that comes next (cursive alphabets)

·      look and write, once more

·      Difference between: in and on

·      Use of a/an

·      Use of and

·      Difference between: in and on

·        The ‘a’ sound

·        Sight words

Story:

Clever kina

The Ants and the grasshopper

OCTOBER 16 Oral:

·         Introduction of the short sound of “o”

·         Introduction of  o sound words: on, of, or, go, ox, so, no

·         Reading three letter words: ant, bat, rat, hat, cat, mat, fat, and, bed, red, box, fox, big, pig, fig, car, far, cup, pup, sun, don, mop, day, key, dog, fog

Conversation:

1. How do you see?

2. How do you hear?

3. How do you taste the food?

4. How do you run and walk?

My Favorite Cartoon

1.    I always see different cartoon shows on T.V.

2.    My favorite cartoon is tom and jerry

3.    Tom and Jerry is comedy show.

4.    In this cartoon I see this cartoon every day.

5.    Tom is cat and Jerry is mouse.

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

·   Cobbler cobbler

·   Bits of paper

·   Five little monkey

Writing:

·      The ‘e’ sound

·      Sight words

·      Singular and plural

Story

The rats and the elephants

Activity related to chapter:

·   Video relating to the contents

·   Game on conversation

·   Rhyme competition

·   Game on alphabet identification

·   Point to the letter each time you say the word

·   Thumb printing

·   Color the letters

·   Making umbrella with paper

·   Making sound chart

NOVEMBER 17 Oral:

·         Introduction of the short sound of “u”

·         Introduction of u sound words: up, us, cup, pup, pub.

·         Use of this/that

·         Singular and plural

·         Position words

Conversation:

Good manners

1.    We must wish our elders when we meet them.

2.    We must be in time for school.

3.    We should listen our teacher carefully.

4.    We should share the things with our friends.

5.  We should wash our hands before eating.

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

Baa baa black sheep

Wheels on the bus

It’s time to relax

Writing:

·      Shorts ‘a’ sound

·      Shorts ‘e’ sound

·      The ‘I’ sound

·      Position words: top/bottom, up/down, over/under

·      Use of this / that/these/those

·      Fill in the blanks within/on, this/that

Story:

The rats and the elephants

Activity related to chapter:

·   Video relating to the contents

·   Game on conversation

·   Rhyme competition

·   Game on alphabet identification

·   Point to the letter each time you say the word

·   Color the letters

·   See the pictures of different types of house and village

·   Importance of water

·   Decorate the X- mas tree

·   Making boat

DECEMBER 25 Oral:

·      Use of the words: he/his, she/her, in, on, and, under, this/that

·      Reading three and four letter words

·      Reading short sentences

Conversation:

1.    What is the color of grass?

2.    What is the color of blood?

3.    What is the color of your bag?

4.    What is the color of your shoes?

5.    What is the color of your hair?

My best friend

1.       My best friend name is_______.

2.       She/he come from__________.

3.       She/he lives in__________.

4.       She/he is ______years old.

5.       I like to play with him/her.

6.       I share my breakfast.

7.       I love my best friend.

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

The two silly goats

My special day

Writing:

·            The ‘o’ sound

·            The ‘u’ sound

·            Position: inside/outside, front/back, on/under, far/near

Story:

The honest woodcutter

Activity related to chapter:

·         Video relating to the contents

·         Game on conversation

·         Rhyme competition

·         Game on alphabet identification

·         Point to the letter each time you say the word

·      Color the pictures

·      Storytelling on sound  ‘ a, e, i, o, u’

·      Reading competition

JANUARY 24 Oral:

·      Phonic sound a,e,i,o,u

Conversation:

Seasons

1.    There are three seasons of a year.

2.    Winter, summer and rainy.

3.    We wear woolen clothes in winter.

4.    We wear cotton clothes in summer.

5.    We use umbrella and raincoat in rainy season.

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

All the rhymes done from the month of October to December

Writing:

·     Sight words-3,4

·     Write short sentences

·     sentences

Story:

The honest woodcutter

Activity related to chapter:

·         Video relating to the contents

·         Game on conversation

·         Rhyme competition

·         Point to the letter each time you say the word

·         Storytelling on sound  ‘ a, e, i, o, u’

·         Reading competition

·   Storytelling competition

FEBRUARY 24 Revision for the evaluation II

Syllabus for evaluation II

Oral:

·            Introduction of the short sound of “o”

·            Introduction of  o sound words: on, of, or, go, ox, so, no

·            Reading three letter words: ant, bat, rat, hat, cat, mat, fat, and, bed, red, box, fox, big, pig, fig, car, far, cup, pup, sun, don, mop, day, key, dog, fog. For.

·            Introduction of u sound words: up, us, cup, pup, puf.

·            Use of this/that

·            Singular and plural

·            Position words

·            Use of the words: he/his, she/her, in, on, and, under, this/that

·            Reading three and four letter words

·            Reading short sentences

·            I can read words

Conversation:

·            MY country

·            Our national flag

·            Good habits

Rhymes and songs: (oral)

All the rhymes done from the month of October to December

Writing:

·           Sight words

·           Singular and plural

Position words: top/bottom, up/down, over/under

·           Use of this / that/these/those

·           Fill in the blanks with: in/on, this/that

·     Sight words

·     Write short sentences

·     Rewrite the sentences

Story:

·   The rats and the elephants

·   The honest woodcutter

MARCH EXAM
MONTH WORKING DAYS CHAPTER NAME&  NUMBER
APRIL 24 1.             Me and my self

2.             My body keeping clean

3.             Food

4.             My family

5.             My house

6.             My action

7.             My feelings

JUNE 23 1.            Safety-at home

2.            My school

3.            Safety-playground

4.            Concepts : big – small, hard-soft, more-less

JULY 26 1.            Our helper

2.            Wild animals

3.            Water animals

4.            Pat animals

5.            National flag

6.            Colour

AUGUST 26 1.            Places around us

2.             Birds

3.             Insects

4.            Plants

5.            Flowers

6.             Fruits

7.             Vegetables

SEPTEMBER 13 Revision for the evaluation I

Syllabus for evaluation I

Oral:

My body parts

My school

Our helpers

Animal: wild animal, water animal, birds, insects

Plants, flowers, fruits, vegetables

Writing:

1.            Me and my self

2.            My body

3.            Food

4.            My family

5.            My house

6.            My action

7.            My feelings

8.            Safety-at home

9.            My school

10.        Safety-playground

11.        Be careful

12.        Our helpers

13.        Places around us

14.        Animal: wild animal, water animal, birds, insects

15.        Plants, flowers, fruits, vegetables,

16.        Concepts : big – small, hard-soft, more-less

17.        National flag

18.        Colour

OCTOBER 16 1.            Transport

2.            Air around us

3.            Water

4.            Road safety

5.            Traffic lights

NOVEMBER 17 1.            Day of the week

2.            Month of the year

3.            Computer

4.            Festivals

DECEMBER 25 1.             Cold winter(text book pg.82,83)

2.             My computer(text book pg.84,85)

3.             Be safe(text book pg.86)

JANUARY 24 Seasons

Concepts: hard-soft, big-small, more-less, heavy-light, sweet-sour, loud-soft

Opposites

Pairs

FEBRUARY 24 Revision for the evaluation II

Syllabus for evaluation II

Oral:

1.Transport

2.Air around us

3.Water

4.Be safe

5.Hot summer

6.Wet monsoon

7.Cold winter

8.My computer

9.Be safe

10.          Seasons

11.          Concepts: hard-soft, big-small, more-less, heavy-light, sweet-sour, loud-soft

12.          Opposites

13.          Pairs

Writing:

1.               Transport(text book pg.68 to 74)

2.               Air around us(text book pg.75)

3.               Water(text book pg.76)

4.               Be safe(text book pg.77)

5.               Hot summer(text book pg.78,79)

6.               Wet monsoon(text book pg.80,81)

7.               Cold winter(text book pg.82,83)

8.               My computer(text book pg.84,85)

9.               Be safe(text book pg.86)

10.           Seasons

11.           Concepts: hard-soft, big-small, more-less, heavy-light, sweet-sour, loud-soft

12.           Opposites

13.           Pairs

MARCH Exam
MONTH WORKING DAYS CHAPTER NAME&  NUMBER
APRIL Oral:

1.      Counting numbers 1 to 50

2.      Missing numbers 1 to 50

3.      After , before and between numbers 1 to 50

4.      Concepts: big-small, tall-short, long-short Heavy and light, Full and empty

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

1.       One little flower

Writing:

1.      Sorting count and write

2.      Big and small

3.      Long and short

4.      Heavy and light

5.      Full and empty

6.      More and less

7.      Odd one out

8.      Same and different

9.      Counting numbers 1 to 50

10.  Missing numbers 1 to 50

11.  After , before and between numbers 1 to 50

12.  Concepts: big-small, tall-short, long-short

13.  Number names 1 to 5

Activity related to chapter:

·         Ask children to count objects such as sticks and beads

·         Help children to match the value flashcards to the correct numbers of objects

·         Let children jump in and out of big and small

·         Give children different objects to match

JUNE 23 Oral:

1.      Counting numbers 1 to 50

2.      Missing numbers 1 to 50

3.      After , before and between numbers 1 to 50

4.      Concepts: big-small, tall-short, long-short Heavy and light, Full and empty, more-less, inside-outside, up-down, few-many

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

Cobbler, cobbler

Writing:

1.      Near and far

2.      Above, middle, below

3.      Same and different

4.      Left and right

5.      between

6.      before-after

7.      complete

8.      match

9.      shapes-square, triangle, circle, rectangle, star

10.  Greater, smaller and equal

11.  Table of 1

12.  Number names 1 to 10

Activity related to chapter:

·         Name a shapes and ask children to find object in the room which are of the same shape

·         Let children draw shapes in air, on sand and newspaper and sing the given rhymes.

·         Use card sheets to cut out shapes and ask them to sort the shapes and make fingers with them

JULY 26 Oral:

1.      Counting numbers 1 to 50

2.      Missing numbers 1 to 50

3.      After , before and between numbers 1 to 50

4.      Concepts: big-small, tall-short, long-short Heavy and light, Full and empty, more-less, inside-outside, up-down, few-many

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

Three little kittens

Writing:

1.        Numbers 1 to 20

2.        Count and match 1 to 50

3.        Once more 1 to 50

4.        Missing numbers 1 to 50

5.        After, before and between numbers 1 to 50

6.        Addition (one digit)

7.        Subtraction(one digit)

8.        Table of 2

9.        Number names 11 to 15

Activity related to chapter:

·         Match the numbers

·         Help children count the things in the picture

·         Draw a number line using circles and let children jump one step

·         Play some music and when it stops, ask children to stand in pairs

·         Cut out circles of different colors and make different numbers

AUGUST 26 Oral:

1.      Counting numbers 1 to 50

2.      Missing numbers 1 to 50

3.      After , before and between numbers 1 to 50

4.      Concepts: big-small, tall-short, long-short Heavy and light, Full and empty, more-less, inside-outside, up-down, few-many

5.      Addition(one digit)

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

Four little rag dolls

Writing:

1.      Numbers 1 to 20

2.      Count and match 1 to 50

3.      Once more 1 to 50

4.      Animal express

5.      Missing numbers 1 to 50

6.      After, before and between numbers 1 to 50

7.      Addition(one digit)

8.      Subtraction(one digit)

9.      Table of 3

10.  Number names 16 to 20

Activity related to chapter:

·        Ask children to arrange the flashcards and place the correct values against them

·        Place one number at a time and ask children to fill in the next numbers

·        Place numbers puppets of three alternate numbers in the learning train ask children to fill in the missing numbers

·         Play some music and when it stops, ask children to stand in pairs

SEPTEMBER 13 Revision for the evaluation I

Syllabus for evaluation I

Oral:

1.      Counting numbers 1 to 50

2.      Missing numbers 1 to 50

3.      After , before and between numbers 1 to 50

4.      Concepts: big-small, tall-short, long-short Heavy and light, Full and empty, more-less, inside-outside, up-down, few-many

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

1.      One little flower

2.      Cobbler, cobbler

3.      Three little kittens

4.      Four little rag dolls

Writing:

1.         Numbers 1 to 20

2.         Count and match 1 to 50

3.         Once more 1 to 50

4.         Animal express

5.         Missing numbers 51 to 50

6.         After, before and between numbers 1 to 100

7.         Addition(one digit)

8.         Subtraction(one digit)

9.         Table of 1,2,3

10.      Number names 1 to 20

OCTOBER 16 Oral:

1.      Counting numbers 51 to 100

2.      Missing numbers 51 to 100

3.      After , before and between numbers 51 to 100

4.      Concepts: in front-behind, narrow-wide, top-bottom, in-out, near-far

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

Five little ducks

It’s time to wake up and eat

Writing:

1.      Numbers 21 to 40

2.      Count and write 51 to 100

3.      Count and match 51 to 100

4.      Once more 51 to 100

5.      Missing numbers 51 to 50

6.      After, before and between numbers 1 to 100

7.      Addition(one digit)

8.      Subtraction(one digit)

9.      Table of 4 and 5

10.  Number names 21 to 25

11.  Skip counting 1 to 20

Activity related to chapter:

·         Draw a number line using circles and let children jump one step

·         Make a dice with square cardboard box and use it for number-jump

·         Let children place the number puppets in order and then arrange the flashcards of numbers

·         Give children different objects to match

NOVEMBER 17 Oral:

1.      Counting numbers 51 to 100

2.      Missing numbers 51 to 100

3.      After , before and between numbers 51 to 100

4.      Concepts: in front-behind, narrow-wide, top-bottom, in-out, near-far, full-empty, above-middle-below

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

6 little snowmen

Seven little men

Writing:

1.      Numbers 21 to 40

2.      Count and write 51 to 100

3.      Count and match 51 to 100

4.      Once more 51 to 100

5.      Missing numbers 51 to 50

6.      After, before and between numbers 1 to 100

7.      Addition(one digit)

8.      Subtraction(one digit)

9.      Table of 10

10.  Number names 26 to 30

11.  Skip counting 1 to 20

Activity related to chapter:

·        Ask children to arrange the flashcards and place the correct values against them

·        Place one number at a time and ask children to fill in the next numbers

·        Place numbers puppets of three alternate numbers in the learning train ask children to fill in the missing numbers

·          Play some music and when it stops, ask children to stand in pairs

DECEMBER 25 Oral:

1.      Counting numbers 51 to 100

2.      Missing numbers 51 to 100

3.      After , before and between numbers 51 to 100

4.      Concepts: in front-behind, narrow-wide, top-bottom, in-out, near-far, full-empty, above-middle-below

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

Engine, engine number nine

I count to 10

Writing:

1.      Count and write 51 to 100

2.      Count and match 51 to 100

3.      Once more 51 to 100

4.      Missing numbers 51 to 50

5.      After, before and between numbers 1 to 100

6.      Addition(one digit)

7.      Subtraction(one digit)

8.      Table of 10

9.      Skip counting 1 to 20

10.  Number names 31 to 40

Activity related to chapter:

·        Ask children to arrange the flashcards and place the correct values against them

·        Place one number at a time and ask children to fill in the next numbers

·        Place numbers puppets of three alternate numbers in the learning train ask children to fill in the missing numbers

·        Play some music and when it stops, ask children to stand in pairs

JANUARY 24 Oral:

1.      Counting numbers 51 to 100

2.      Missing numbers 51 to 100

3.      After , before and between numbers 51 to 100

4.      Concepts: in front-behind, narrow-wide, top-bottom, in-out, near-far, full-empty, above-middle-below

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

Sing a song of numbers

Writing:

1.      Count and write 1 to 100

2.      Count and match 1 to 100

3.      Once more 1 to 100

4.      Missing numbers 1 to 50

5.      After, before and between numbers 1 to 100

6.      Addition(one digit)

7.      Subtraction(one digit)

8.      Table of 10

9.      Number names 41 to 50

10.  Skip counting 1 to 20

Activity related to chapter:

·        Ask children to arrange the flashcards and place the correct values against them

·        Place one number at a time and ask children to fill in the next numbers

·        Place numbers puppets of three alternate numbers in the learning train ask children to fill in the missing numbers

·        Play some music and when it stops, ask children to stand in pairs

FEBRUARY 24 Revision for the evaluation II

Syllabus for evaluation II

Oral:

1.      Counting numbers 1 to 100

2.      Missing numbers 1 to 100

3.      After , before and between numbers 1 to 100

4.      Concepts: in front-behind, narrow-wide, top-bottom, in-out, near-far, full-empty, above-middle-below

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

Five little ducks

It’s time to wake up and eat

6 little snowmen

Seven little men

Engine, engine number nine

I count to 10

Sing a song of numbers

Writing:

1.      Count and write 1 to 100

2.      Count and match 1 to 100

3.      Once more 1 to 100

4.      Missing numbers 1 to 50

5.      After, before and between numbers 1 to 100

6.      Addition(one digit)

7.      Subtraction(one digit)

8.      Table of 10

9.      Number names 1 to 50

10.  Skip counting 1 to 20

MARCH Exam
MONTH WORKING DAYS CHAPTER NAME&  NUMBER
APRIL 24 1.     Eggs

2.     Colour concept

3.     Starfish

4.     Hopping frog

5.     Ladybird

JUNE 23 1.     Umbrella

2.     Doodle tails

3.     Scribbling garden

4.     Birds

5.     Fruits

JULY 26 1.     Birds

2.     Cute cattie

3.     Time for school

4.     Musical thumbs

AUGUST 26 1.     Thumb impressions

2.     Stick postures(animals and people)

3.     Easy to draw

4.     Duckling

SEPTEMBER 13 1.     Missing parts

2.     Butterfly

3.     Insect

4.     Cloudy day

OCTOBER 16 1.     Boat

2.     Bird

3.     Spotted cock

4.     Balls

NOVEMBER 17 1.     Dancing tomatoes

2.     Patterned fish

3.     Hat

4.     Magic car

DECEMBER 25 1.     Day and night

2.     Ice cream

3.     Broom

4.     Blooming flowers

JANUARY 24 1.     Paper craft

2.     Puppy

3.     Art celebration

FEBRUARY 24  Revision
MARCH Exam
MONTH WORKING DAYS CHAPTER NAME  &  NUMBER
APRIL 24 Oral:

·   स्वर

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

·   कौआ

·   एकदो, कभीनारो

Writing:

·   स्वर (textbook pg.2 to 6)

JUNE 23 Oral:

·   स्वर

·   व्यंजन

·   Name of fruits:  सेब , केला, संतरा, आम, अनार, अंगूर, अनानस, पपीता, तरबूज

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

·   मम्मी की रोटी गोलगोल

·   डाकिया

Writing:

·   स्वर (textbook pg.2 to 6)

·   व्यंजन(textbook pg.7 to 12)

JULY 26 Oral:

·   Revision of स्वर,व्यंजन

·   Name of vegetables टमाटर, आलू, गाजर, मूली, मटर, प्याज, भिंडी, करेला

·   Name of flowers  गुलाब, गेंदा, कमल, सूर्यमुखी, गुड़हल, लिली

Rhymes And songs: (with action)

·   आलू बोलै मुझको खालो

·   बिल्लीमोसी

Writing:

·   व्यंजन(textbook pg.13 to 21)

AUGUST 26 Oral:

·   Revision of स्वर , व्यंजन

·   Names of birds  तोता, कबूतर, कोयल, मोर, हंस, चिड़िया, उल्लू, मुगी

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

·   लालबती कहती थम

·   देखो एकमदारी आया

Writing:

·   दो वर्णो शब्द (Aमaत्रिक)(textbook pg.22 to 33)

SEPTEMBER 13 Oral:

·   स्वर

·   व्यंजन

·   दो वर्णो शब्द (Aमaत्रिक)

·   Name of vegetables टमाटर, आलू, गाजर, मूली, मटर, प्याज, भिंडी, करेला

·   Names of birds तोता, कबूतर, कोयल, मोर, हंस, कोआ, चिड़िया, उल्लू, मुगी

·   Name of fruits:सेब , केला, संतरा, आम, अनार, अंगूर, अनानस, पपीता, तरबूज

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

·   कौआ

·   एकदो, कभीनारो

·   मम्मीकी रोटी गोलगोल

·   डाकिया

·   आलू बोलै मुझको खालो

·   बिल्ली मोसी

·   लालबती कहती थम

·   देखो एक मदारी आया

Writing:

·   स्वर

·   व्यंजन

·   दो वर्णो शब्द (Aमaत्रिक)

OCTOBER 16 Oral:

·   Revision of स्वर, व्यंजन

·   Names of domestic animals कुत्ता, गधा, ऊँट, गाय, खरगोश, बकरी, बिल्ली

·   Counting numbers 1 to 10

Rhymes and songs: (withaction)

·   सूरज निकला मिटा अँधेरा

·   इस्वरजो स्वर्गमें हे

Writing:

·   तीन वर्णोके शब्द (Aमaत्रिक)(textbook pg.34 to 45)

NOVEMBER 17 Oral:

·   Revision of स्वर, व्यंजन

·   Names of wild  animals सेर, हाथी, चिता, बंदर, वाग, जिराफ, हिरण, भालू, भेड़िया, लोमड़ी

·   Counting numbers 1 to 10

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

·   मेरी बिल्ली

·   आंधी

Writing:

·   तीन वर्णोके शब्द(Aमaत्रिक)(textbook pg.34 to 45)

DECEMBER 25 Oral:

·   Revision of स्वर, व्यंजन

·   Counting numbers 1 to 10

·   Parts of body आँख, कान, नाक, सिर, हाथ, मुँह, उंगली, पैर

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

·   तीन तोता

·   चिड़िया बोली चूचूचू

·   बारिस

Writing:

·   चार वर्णोके शब्द(Aमaत्रिक) (textbook pg.46 to 56)

JANUARY 24 Oral:

·   Revision of स्वर, व्यंजन

·   Name of coloursहरा,  नीला, पीला, भूरा, आसमानी, काला, सफेद

Rhymes and songs: (with action)

·   ठीक समय पर

·   प्यासा कौआ

Writing:

·   चार वर्णोके शब्द(Aमaत्रिक)(textbook pg.46 to 56)

FEBRUARY 24 Oral:

·   Revision of स्वर, व्यंजन

·   Names of domestic animals कुत्ता, गधा, ऊँट, गाय, खरगोश, बकरी, बिल्ली

·   Names of wild  animals सेर, हाथी, चिता, बंदर, वाग, जिराफ, हिरण, भालू, भेड़िया, लोमड़ी

·   Name of colours हरा,  नीला, पीला, भूरा, आसमानी, काला, सफेद

·   Parts of body आँख, कान, नाक, सिर, हाथ, मुँह, उंगली, पैर

·   Counting numbers 1 to 10

·   दो वर्णो शब्द (Aमaत्रिक)

·   तीन वर्णोके शब्द(Aमaत्रिक)

·   चार वर्णोके शब्द(Aमaत्रिक)

Rhymes and songs: (withaction)

·   सूरज निकला मिटा अँधेरा

·   इस्वरजो स्वर्गमें हे

·   मेरी बिल्ली

·   आंधी

·   तीन तोता

·   चिड़िया बोली चूचूचू

·   बारिस

·   ठीक समय पर

·   प्यासा कौआ

Writing:

·   Revision of स्वर, व्यंजन

·   दो वर्णो शब्द (Aमaत्रिक)

·   तीन वर्णोके शब्द(Aमaत्रिक)

·   चार वर्णोके शब्द(Aमaत्रिक)

MARCH ·   Exam