Learning Objectives –
Kindergarten 2

Aesthetics & Creative Expressions The children should be able to create 2- and 3-dimensional artworks from observation and imagination. They should also be able to work together with other children to create artworks. The children should be aware of a variety of artworks from other parts of the world.
The children should be able to sing with appropriate dynamics and tempo. With their peers, they should be able to play in a percussion ensemble. Children should also be able to create dance steps in response to music.
Discovery of the World The children should be able to conduct simple investigations to find out why things happen and how things work. They should be able to make simple recordings of observations and record the changes over time. The children should also be aware of the consequences of Man’s actions on the environment.
Language & Literacy The children must be able to use adverbs to describe actions. They should be able to speak in front of a group as well as follow verbal instructions that involve a series of actions. They should also be able to convey meaning using intonations. The children should be able to produce correct sounds for diagraphs as well as produce rhyming words. The children should be able to read a range of words and simple sentences. They should also be able to compose and write complete sentences using invented and conventional spelling.
Motor Skills Development Children should be able to throw and catch objects with aim and control. They should be able to kick or strike a moving object. The children should be able to jump, skip, hop and gallop. They should also know and apply safety practices.
The children should also be able to use both writing and drawing documents with good control.
Numeracy The children should be able to match and sort objects with child-determined attributes. They should be able to compare groups of objects and communicate the differences. They should also be able to create and predict complex patterns. The children should be able to rote count 1-30 or more. They also have to match the numerals to the number words and quantity. They should be able to combine 2 sets of objects and show the quantity. They should also be able to solve simple number stories.

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