Social and emotional development.
Gross motor development
Critical thinking and learning to make choices.
Creative work and constructing meaning to what they learn. (Learning how to learn)
Social skills and good habits
Social skills, clean habits and health and hygiene
Concept formation, language development, pre-math concepts,
Gross motor development,
Language development through role plays, storytelling.
HKG (Higher Kindergarten) or Senior KG is second step to formal preschool education. In this class, students are taught by playing, showing videos, reading books, making them write relevant contents, think logically, apply basic analytical concepts. and through explanation of real life and practical things and scenarios. They learn various elements of Mathematics, playing with numbers, language, when to use what, basic science and elements they encounter or will be encountering in environment. They need to be familiarized and should acquainted with these elements and should be able to think logically, apply common knowledge and act proactively or reactively as the need be based on circumstances or need be.
Note that the below are indicative topics for Senior KG. The detailed curriculum is exhaustive and it has more specific topics listed
Rhymes with actions
Storytelling with props
Flash Card Recognition
Show and Tell on varipus topics.
Rhyming Words to Improve Listening Skills
3- 5 Letter Words
Small Letters /Cursive Letters
Three Letters Phonics Words
Dictation of 3-5 letter words
Sound of letters
Objects related to letters
Vowels and Consonants
This-That & These – those
Use of Genie boards, flash cards, oral interaction.
Read and count(Oral Counting) 0 To 100
Writing Numbers 0 To 100
Matching with Quantities
Count and Tick/Circle/ Color the Correct Numbers, Etc.
Joining Dots/Missing Numbers
Shapes 2D and 3D
Zero Activity - To Develop Concept of Numbers
Shapes -Circle, Square, Triangle, Rectangle, Polygon, Etc.
Maths Concept- Big Vs. Small; Tall Vs. Short; More Vs. Less; Front Vs. Back; Top Vs. Bottom;Full Vs. Empty; In Vs. Out, Etc.
Taking Care of Belongings
Using Magic Words
Obeying Classroom Rules
Greeting friends, family members, others
Responding to basic question
Knowledge of Environment- People, Places.
Living and Nonliving Objects
Application of knowledge through worksheets
Animals -Pet, Wild, Farm, Water/Land/Air
Animals and their sounds
Animals and their young ones.
Introducing different types of transport
Various public service ofifces- police station or Airports
Introduction to traffic rules and safety
Art & Craft