Junior KG

Learning Outcomes


Strand: Oral Language ( Listening & speaking)

Strand: Visual language (Viewing & Presenting)

Strand: Written language (Reading)

Strand: Written language (Writing)

follow classroom directions and routines, use context cues.

reveal their own feelings in response to visual presentations, for example, by showing amusement, curiosity, surprise.

join in with chants, poems,songs,word games and clapping games,gaining familiarity with the sounds and patterns of the language of instruction.

experiment with writing using different writing implements and media

use gestures, actions, body language or words to communicate needs, feelings and to express ideas.

make personal connections to visual texts, for example, a picture book about children making friends in a new situation.

listen attentively and respond to stories read aloud

differentiate between illustrations and written text

listen and respond to picture books, showing pleasure, and demonstrating their understanding through gestures, expressions and/or words.

relate to different contexts presented in visual texts according to their own experiences, for example, “That looks like my uncle’s farm.”

understand sound–symbol relationships and recognize familiar sounds/symbols/ words of the language community.

write their own name independently

repeat/echo single words.

is abe to read tricky words

is able to write letters with correct formation

tell their own stories using words, gestures, and objects/ artifacts.

begin to discriminate between letters/characters, numbers and symbols.

listen to and enjoy stories read aloud; show understanding by responding in oral or visual form.

is able to identify letters (lower case)

follow classroom instructions, showing understanding.

is able to blend various sound and read the words

use oral language to communicate during classroom activities, conversations and imaginative play

understand simple questions and respond with actions or words.

use the mother tongue (with translation if necessary) to express needs and explain ideas.


Strand: Numbers

Strand: Measurement

Strand: Patterns and Functions

Strand: Shape and Space

Strand: Data Handling

identify and count numbers from 0 - 20

learner will be able to understand that events in daily routines can be described and sequenced, for example, before, after, bedtime, storytime, today, tomorrow. Also compare & describe the events using the above vocabulary

will identify ,extend and create patterns using 2 attribute. For example- ABABAB, clap-snap wingers, etc

identify and sort cube, cuboid and sphere shape.

sort different materials like buttons, cubes, beads etc according to their colour/ size and shape.

count numbers orally till 50

learner will be able to understand that attributes of real objects can be compared and described , for example, longer, shorter, heavier, empty, full,hotter, colder.

identify 2D shapes square, rectangle, triangle, circle

quantify numbers using manipulatives from 0 - 20 eg: Learners will be asked to give manipulatives as per the asked numbers. If the teacher asks learners to give 17 blocks they will give count and give 17 blocks.

learner will understand that 7 days a week and 12 months make a year. They will orally know the names of the days of the week and months of the year.

will understand that common language can be used to describe position and direction , for example, inside, outside, above, below, next to, behind, in front, up, down.

forward, backward,before and after numbers from 0 - 20

subitize from 0 - 5

compare quantities using manipulatives as less or more and less than or greater than or equal to from 1 - 20.

Arts - Music



use voice to imitate sounds and learn songs

play untuned percussion instruments in time with a beat

distinguish the sounds of different instruments in music

move their bodies to express the mood of the music

explore body and untuned percussion instrument sounds

sing individually and in unison

describe how music makes them feel

Arts - Dance



show curiosity about live and recorded dance performances

respond to word, rhythm and/or music through movements

describe the ideas and feelings communicated through body movements

explore different types of movement such as travelling, jumping and turning.


Active Living

explore creative movements in response to different stimuli

engage in a variety of different physical activities.

demonstrate an awareness of basic hygiene in their daily routine

engage in a variety of different physical activities.

develop a range of fine motors & gross motor skills.


listen respectfully to others

enjoy interacting, playing and engaging with others

take turns

cooperative with others