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UKG (Upper Kindergarten)

Children aged 4 to 5 years.

An "UKG (Upper Kindergarten)" program builds on the foundational skills developed in LKG and prepares children for the more structured learning environment of primary school.

Language and Literacy Development

  • Phonics and Alphabet Mastery: Reinforcing letter recognition (both uppercase and lowercase) and their sounds.

  • Reading Skills: Introduction to sight words, simple sentences, and early reader books.

  • Writing Skills: Writing letters, simple words, and short sentences; introduction to punctuation (periods, question marks).

  • Storytelling and Comprehension: Listening to stories and answering questions about them to develop comprehension skills.

  • Rhymes and Songs: Learning and reciting more complex rhymes and songs to enhance vocabulary and phonemic awareness.

Cognitive and Problem-Solving Skills

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

  • Sequencing and Categorization: Activities involving arranging objects or pictures in sequence and categorizing them by various attributes.

  • Memory Games: Enhancing memory and concentration through matching games and recall activities.

Physical Development

  • Fine Motor Skills: Activities like tracing, drawing, coloring within lines, cutting shapes, and playing with small construction toys.

  • Gross Motor Skills: Structured physical activities such as obstacle courses, sports games, and exercises to improve coordination.

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

Environmental Awareness and Science

  • Nature Exploration: Learning about different plants, animals, and their habitats through nature walks and observations.

  • Basic Science Concepts: Introduction to simple scientific concepts like seasons, weather, and basic physics (floating and sinking).

  • Gardening: Participating in gardening activities, understanding plant life cycles, and caring for plants.

Mathematical Skills

  • Number Recognition and Writing: Recognizing, writing, and ordering numbers.

  • Basic Arithmetic: Simple addition and subtraction within 10, using visual aids and objects.

  • Shapes and Patterns: Identifying and drawing more complex shapes (hexagon, oval) and continuing patterns.

  • Measurement and Comparison: Understanding concepts of length, weight, and volume using comparison activities.

  • Time and Money: Introduction to reading clocks (hours and half-hours) and recognizing coins and currency.

Social and Emotional Development

  • Group Projects: Encouraging teamwork, sharing, and collaborative projects.

  • Role-Playing and Dramatization: Acting out stories or scenarios to understand social roles and develop empathy.

  • Emotional Literacy: Recognizing and managing emotions, understanding others' feelings, and conflict resolution.

Creative Arts

  • Art and Craft: Exploring various art forms like painting, drawing, sculpting with clay, and creating more detailed crafts.

  • Music and Dance: Learning basic musical concepts, playing simple instruments, and participating in dance routines.

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

Life Skills and Independence

  • Personal Hygiene: Reinforcing hygiene practices like regular handwashing, dental care, and grooming.

  • Self-Care and Independence: Encouraging children to dress themselves, manage their belongings, and follow daily routines independently.

  • Safety Awareness: Understanding safety rules at home, in school, and on the road, including emergency procedures.

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