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LKG (Lower Kindergarten)

Children aged 3 to 4 years.

An "LKG (Lower Kindergarten)" program curriculum focuses on building foundational skills in various domains through structured and play-based learning activities.

Language and Literacy Development

  • Phonics and Alphabet Recognition: Learning letters (both uppercase and lowercase) and their sounds.

  • Vocabulary Building: Introduction to new words, opposites, and basic sentence formation.

  • Storytelling and Read-Alouds: Engaging children with age-appropriate stories and encouraging retelling.

  • Writing Skills: Tracing and writing letters, simple words, and names.

  • Rhymes and Songs: Learning and reciting nursery rhymes and songs to enhance listening skills.

Cognitive and Problem-Solving Skills

  • Puzzles and Games: Engaging in puzzles and educational games to develop logical thinking and problem-solving skills.

  • Sequencing and Matching: Activities that involve arranging objects or pictures in a logical order.

  • Memory Games: Activities designed to enhance memory and concentration.

Physical Development

  • Fine Motor Skills: Activities like drawing, coloring, cutting with scissors, threading beads, and playing with clay.

  • Gross Motor Skills: Physical activities such as running, jumping, climbing, and balancing.

  • Dance and Movement: Simple dance routines and movement exercises to develop coordination and rhythm.

Environmental Awareness and Science

  • Nature Exploration: Learning about plants, animals, and the environment through nature walks and observations.

  • Basic Science Concepts: Introduction to simple science concepts like the water cycle, seasons, and weather changes.

  • Gardening: Participating in gardening activities to understand plant growth and care.

Mathematical Skills

  • Number Recognition: Recognizing and writing numbers 1-20.

  • Counting and Quantification: Counting objects and understanding quantities.

  • Basic Arithmetic: Introduction to simple addition and subtraction using objects and visual aids.

  • Shapes and Patterns: Identifying basic shapes (circle, square, triangle, rectangle) and creating patterns.

  • Sorting and Classification: Sorting objects based on size, shape, color, and type.

Social and Emotional Development

  • Group Activities: Encouraging cooperation, sharing, and teamwork through group games and projects.

  • Role-Playing: Acting out different roles and scenarios to understand social roles and empathy.

  • Emotional Expression: Activities that help children recognize and express their emotions appropriately.

Creative Arts

  • Art and Craft: Exploring various art forms like painting, drawing, collage-making, and crafting with different materials.

  • Music and Dance: Exposure to different musical instruments and learning simple dance movements.

  • Dramatic Play: Engaging in pretend play to stimulate imagination and creativity.

Life Skills and Independence

  • Personal Hygiene: Teaching basic hygiene practices like handwashing, brushing teeth, and using the restroom.

  • Self-Care: Encouraging independence in dressing, eating, and managing personal belongings.

  • Safety Awareness: Understanding basic safety rules at home, school, and on the road.

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