Learning Objectives –
Kindergarten 1

Aesthetics & Creative Expressions The children would experiment with a variety of art techniques and elements of art to create their artwork. They should be able to describe and explain their artworks. They should also be aware of the different art forms available.
The children are to sing a variety of songs individually and in a group. They should be able to identify and describe the basic elements of music such as dynamics, tempo, pitch and duration. They should be able to dramatize familiar songs, rhymes and stories using voice and movements.
Discovery of the World The children should be able to compare and classify things, places and events according to their characteristics. They should be aware of patterns and changes that occur in the environment. The children should also be aware of the need to conserve natural resources in their everyday life by reducing, reusing and recycling.
Language & Literacy The children should be able to use nouns, pronouns, adjectives and verbs. They should be able to respond appropriately when spoke to or questioned. They should also be able to convey simple messages and follow 3-step verbal instructions. The children should know the alphabetical order and understand the basic terms used with books. They should be able to identify the different sounds for each letter of the alphabet and read some high frequency words. They should also be able to write upper and lower case letters of the alphabet and apply knowledge of writing conventions.
Motor Skills Development The children should be able to jump from a low platform and land on both feet. They should also be able to hop and leap forward. The children should be able to maintain balance while walking, throw and catch objects as well as ick a ball.
Children should be able to hold writing instruments using the tripod grasp and use a pair of scissors with good control.
Numeracy The children should be able to match and sort objects according to 2 attributes. They should be able to put three or more things in an order according to size or position. They should be able to create and predict simple patterns. They should be able to also rote count and count reliably up to 20 and match the numerals to its number words and quantity accordingly. The children should also be able to understand the concept of more or less.

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