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Curriculum: Emerging Wings

 VALUE: Cleanliness


 Flowers: Lotus, Lily, Daisy, Pansy and Dahlia

 Parts of plants: flower, leaf, stem and roots
 Observing Plants and Germination
 Insects: Ladybird, Caterpillar and Bumblebee
 Taking care of plants
 Reinforcement of the last three themes

Visit to a Garden

The content above will be covered through different skills. Each skill will
focus on:

I Listen I Know I Speak

Reinforcement of alphabet sounds/phonic sounds through nursery rhymes. The
children will enhance their vocabulary by learning new words linked to the plants
theme ‘Parts of a Plant’ such as ‘plant’, ‘flower’, ‘leaf’, ‘stem’ and ‘roots’. Nursery
rhymes such as –‘Pansies, Pansies Everywhere’, ‘Ring-a-ring o’ roses’ (modified
version), ‘See the little Ladybird’, ‘Jenny J’ etc will be sung and enjoyed by the
Making simple sentences using the words learnt in their phonic instruction, such as
ball, bus, doll, daisy, pen, pizza, rose, rabbit, jar and jacket.
The children will blend the phonic sounds of the letters C, G, S and B with each
other and speak the new sounds formed through the activity ‘Word Snakes’.

 Letter to picture association
 Letter to Letter association
 Reading ‘My phonic book’

 Tracing and Writing of the letters B, D, P, R and J
 Creating their own phonic book’ on B, D, P,R and J

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Curriculum: Emerging Wings

I Am Ready
 Learn about the stages in seed Germination
 Will become Little observers (Observing small things under a magnifying glass)
 Will sort ‘Leafy Shapes’ (Sorting leaves on the basis of their shapes)
 Flower Match (Matching flower cutouts to their respective outlines)

 Tracing and Writing the number 10
 Concept of Tall and Short
 Writing 1-5 (in sequence)
 Jumbled Numbers 1-5

I Can Do Wonders

 Children will undertake innovative activities wherein they will acquire greater
palmer control. Art and craft activities will entail skills such as cutting, pasting,
paper folding, tracing, punching holes and painting. Children’s artistic talent will
help create a ‘Paper Plate daisy’, ‘Lotus Craft’, ‘Handprint Trees’ Ladybird
Puppet’, ‘Shape Garden’ and ‘My Boat’.

I Can & I Do

 Children will participate and enjoy games and activities such as ‘Three Petals’
‘Silly Lily’, ‘Shake Your Body’ ‘Buzzing Bumblebees’, ‘Push the Seed’, ‘Carry
Your Plant’ and ‘Shape Hop’. All these activities will build all the physical
strength of the students as well as make them aware of their nature around
them through a range of skills such as running, hopping while picking things,
walking briskly within the tracks, dribbling the ball, performing different actions
according to the rhyme, walking on hands and legs like animals and pulling the
toy wagon.

I Help Myself

 Through an exposure to plants children will develop a keen instinct towards

protecting nature, and fulfilling their role as world citizens. For example, through
an activity such as ‘Let us Plant’, they will come to take on the responsibility for
a plant, which would entail watering it regularly. Activities such as ‘Flower
Snack’ will develop self help skills while making a snack using fruit slices. The
children will also make a scrap book of plants using leaves and twigs collected
from the garden in the activity ‘My Collection’. A story about ‘Ria and Her Plant’
will be narrated.

I Me Myself & My Friends

 Through various activities such as ‘Pretty Pansy’, ‘Flower Garden’,

‘Sleeping Trees’, ‘How Useful the Trees Are!’, ‘Where’s the Caterpillar?’
Children will independently exhibit pro-social behaviors, such as
sharing materials with peers and will become more attuned to
basic feeling about plants. Children will be encouraged to
actively participate in role plays as a sunflower and herbivores in
the activities ‘Follow the Sun’ and ‘Plant Eaters’.

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