Your child enters and remains in the kindergarten environment for 3 consecutive years (Nursery, LKG and UKG).

By the time your child has finished a 3-year kindergarten cycle, the child should be comfortable working independently as well as complete complex tasks happily.

By the time your child has finished a 3-year kindergarten cycle, the child should be comfortable working independently as well as complete complex tasks happily.


1. Pre-writing Strokes

  • Standing line
  • Sleeping line
  • Left Slanting line
  • Right Slanting line
  • Left Curve
  • Right Curve
  • Up Curve
  • Down Curve

2. Capital letters ‘A-Z’

  • Identification
  • Tracing
  • Objects related to each letter

3. Sentence Structure

  • I am a girl/boy
  • I am studying in class nursery

4. Vocabulary Building


Words like Family, Home, Father, Mother, Sister, Brother, Grandfather, Grandmother, Son, Daughter etc.


1. Pre-Math concepts

  • Same-Different
  • Big-Small
  • Tall-Short
  • More-Less
  • Heavy-Light
  • Full-Empty

2. Numbers (1-20)

  • Tracing
  • Identification
  • Number and its value
  • Sequencing from ‘1-20’
  • Count and Match
  • Count and Circle
  • Count and Colour

3. Shapes

  • Circle
  • Square
  • Rectangle
  • Triangle

4. Colours

  • Red, Yellow, Blue
  • Orange, Green, Purple
  • Black, White, Pink


1. Myself

  • Myself
  • My Body Parts
  • My Family
  • My Home
  • My School

2. Seasons

  • Summer
  • Rainy
  • Winter

3. Transport

  • Road
  • Air

4. Fruits

5. Vegetables

6. Animals


  • Wild Animals
  • Domestic Animals


  1. Colours and shapes
  2. Awareness about good eating habits
  3. Saying ‘No’ to junk food
  4. Eat healthy food
  5. Importance of greenery
  6. Planting trees
  7. General conversation about various seasons like summer, monsoon etc.
  8. Road safety and traffic rules
  9. Discussion n good health and hygiene
  10. Self grooming
  11. Use of dustbins
  12. Importance and purpose of animals
  13. Discussion on respecting and protecting animals and birds
  14. Basic manners like using thank you, please & sorry
  15. Differentiation between living & non-living things


  1. Story telling
  2. Picture reading
  3. Rhymes
  4. Displaying family pictures in the class
  5. Welcome cards
  6. Welcome craft activity
  7. Celebrating fruit days
  8. Preparing certain snacks like lemonade, vegetable salad in class
  9. Visit to the garden
  10. Planting and taking care of seeds in the garden
  11. Independence Day craft activity
  12. Activities related to various festivals
  13. Dramatization of plays/scenes
  14. Health & Hygiene Week
  15. Use and making of animal flash cards
  16. Collage making
  17. Making cards for special occasions
  18. Stick and hand puppets


  1. Story telling
  2. Picture book reading
  3. General awareness conversations
  4. Rhyme recitation
  5. Educational games
  6. Art/craft related activities
  7. Clay modeling

UKG Syllabus 2020-21

UKG Syllabus For English, Maths, General Awareness & Evs, Science

The list of subjects in UKG:

S. No List of Subjects Under UKG
1 English
2 Mathematics
3 General Awareness
4 Environmental Science

UKG Syllabus For English

The UKG English Syllabus followed by CBSE is as under:

  1. Letters (AA-ZZ)
    a)Article (A/An)
    b) Identification
    c) Objects Related to Letters
    d) One-Many
    e) Positions
    f) Rhyming Words
    g) Sound of Letters
    h) This-That & These–Those
    i) Vowel Words
    j) Vowels and Consonants
  2. Reading Words and Sentences Aloud. Having Social Conversations
  3. Use of Genie Board, Flashcards, Oral Interaction, Written Work, Worksheets, Storytelling and Enactment.
  4. Picture Composition, Making Sentences with Certain Words or Structure and Use of ‘in’, ‘on’ and ‘under’ in Sentences.
  5. Revision of the English Language Basics.

UKG Syllabus For Maths or Mathematics

The UKG Mathematics Syllabus is as under:

  1. Pre-Maths Concepts
    b) Front – Back
    c) Full-Empty
    d) Heavy-Light
    e) In-Out
    f) More-Less
    g) Right- Left
    h) Same-Different
    i) Tall-Short
    j) Thick-Thin
    k) Top – Bottom
  2. Numbers (1-200)
    1 digit Addition
    b) 1 digit Subtraction
    c) Addition and Subtraction without Objects or Pictures
    d) Before, After, Between Number (1-100)
    e) Count and Write, Colour and Match
    f) Forward and Backward Counting (1-50)
    g) Money
    h) Number Names (1-50)
    i) Picture Addition
    j) Picture Subtraction
    k) Putting Signs like ‘>’, ‘<’ and ‘=’
    l) Simple Addition & Subtraction Using Objects
    m) Skip Counting 2 & 5
    n) Time
    o) Writing
  3. Shapes
    b) Diamond
    c) Oval
    d) Rectangle
    e) Semi-Circle
    f) Square
    g) Triangle
  4. Colours
    Black, White, Pink (Shades – Light & Dark)
    b) Orange, Green, Purple (Shades – Light & Dark)
    c) Red, Yellow, Blue (Shades – Light & Dark)

UKG Syllabus For General Awareness

The UKG Syllabus for General Awareness is as under:

  1. Myself
  2. Parts of Body
  3. Sense Organs
  4. My Home
  5. Seasons
  6. My Family
  7. My School
  8. Summer
  9. Rainy
  10. Winter
  11. Transport
  12. Land
  13. Water
  14. Air
  15. Animals
  16. Wild Animals
  17. Domestic Animals
  18. Pet Animals
  19. Farm
  20. Water
  21. Animals and Their Sounds
  22. Animals and Their Young Ones

UKG Syllabus For Environmental Science

The UKG Environmental Science Syllabus is as under:

  1. A visit to a police station or post office
  2. Introduction to air, water and sound pollution
  3. Introduction to traffic rules and safety
  4. Project on collecting a few living and non-living things
  5. Talking about all types of transport as well as proving a demonstration in vehicles
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