1. Sorting objects on the basis of a given attribute like shape, size, texture and colour.
2. Matching and comparing objects on the basis of shape, size and colour.
3. Categorizing objects into a set on the basis of a given attribute like shape, size and colour.
4. Finding an odd one out from the whole set of objects.
5. Counting and arranging up to 10 objects in linear, scattered and different configurations.
6. Understanding the conservation of numbers up to 10.
1. Composing and decomposing numbers 2-10.
2. Arranging and counting numbers 2-10 in varied patterns. (random/arrays/rows/circular arrangement).
3. Making number tally using 2-10 objects.
1. Changing the position of objects using spatial vocabulary (up, down, top, bottom, on, under, inside, outside, above, below)
1. Identifying the attribute of length by describing objects as tall or short.
2. Comparing length using taller than and shorter than with aligned and non-aligned endpoints.
3. Comparing length using longer than, shorter than, and about the same as with a simple straight object.
4. Comparing length measurements with string.
5. Making a series of longer than and shorter than comparisons.
1. Identifying the attribute of capacity and volume by describing containers as big or small.
2. Comparing volume using more than, less than or same as with the help of pouring.
Comparison and Ordering
1. Ordering and matching numerals with dot cards from 1 to 10.
2. Stating 1 more than a given number.
3. Arranging numbers 1-10 in the form of a staircase using Cuisenaire strips.
4. Arranging, analyzing and drawing 1 more up to 10 in configurations other than towers.
5. Arranging, analyzing and drawing sequences of quantities of 1 more, beginning with numbers other than 1.
6. Ordering quantities from 10 to 1 and matching numerals.
7. Counting down from 10 to 1.
8. Stating 1 less than a given number.
9. Arranging number towers in order from 10 to 1 and describing the pattern.
10. Arranging, analyzing and drawing sequences of quantities that are 1 less in configurations other than towers.
11. Comparing sets and numerals up to 10 using different objects.
12. Comparing sets and numerals up to 10 using more than/less than/greater/fewer/same as.
1. Counting numbers 0-10.
2. Reading and writing numerals 0-10.
3. Ordering numerals 0-10.
4. Comparing numerals 0-10.
Addition and Subtraction (using numbers 1-10)
1. Creating and solving contextualized addition stories.
2. Creating and solving contextualized subtraction stories.
3. Decontextualizing addition stories to solve using fingers, objects, and drawings.
4. Decontextualizing subtraction stories to solve using fingers, objects, and drawings.
1. Finding and describing circles, rectangles, squares, and triangles using informal language without naming.
2. Matching and sorting different shapes such as triangles, circle, square, and rectangle.
3. Identifying and sorting different shapes: triangles, squares, rectangles and circles, using names.
4. Classifying non-examples of different shapes: triangles, squares, rectangles and circles, using observations.
5. Describing and communicating positions of all flat shapes using the words above, below, beside, in front of, next to, and behind.
1.Identifying the attribute of weight by describing objects as heavy or light.
2. Comparing weight using heavier than, lighter than, and about the same as.
3. Comparing the weight of an object to a set of unit weights on a balance scale.
4. Observing conservation of weight on the balance scale.
5. Comparing the weight of an object with sets of different objects on a balance scale.
1.Counting numbers 11-20.
2. Representing and modelling numbers 11-20.
3. Showing teen numbers using different objects.
4. Writing numbers 11-20.
5. Ordering and arranging numbers 11-20.
6. Decomposing and recomposing numbers 11-20.
7. Understanding the conservation of numbers up to 20.
8. Arranging and counting numbers 11-20 in different configurations: linear/array/circular.
9. Comparing numbers 11-20 using the vocabulary: less than/more than.
10. Working with numbers 11-19 to gain foundations for place value.
11. Practising all the above exercises for numbers 1-20.
1.Recognising coins of ₹1, ₹2, ₹5 and ₹10.
2. Using coins up to ₹10 to exchange a number of coins for a single coin of equal value and vice versa.
3. Solving practical tasks and problems using money which items can be bought with a given coin?
4. Spending the same amount of money in different ways.
1. Matching the numerals up to 10 with objects.
2. Making a group of up to 10 objects, matching with the numeral and vice-versa. (Concretion and Abstraction).
3. Representing numbers 1-10 using objects, pictures and numerals.
1. Identifying patterns using objects.
2. Duplicating and representing those patterns using different objects.
3. Extending and representing those patterns using different objects.
4. Identifying a growth pattern using objects.
5. Identifying and predicting patterns in numbers up to 10.
1. Finding and describing solid shapes using informal language without naming.
2. Identifying and analyzing solid shapes to their two-dimensional faces.
3. Sorting, comparing and matching solid shapes to their two-dimensional faces.
4. Sorting, describing and naming 3D shapes: cube, cuboid, sphere and cylinder.
5. Building solid shapes using comparison with their two-dimensional shapes.
6. Positioning solid shapes to create a model of a familiar place.
7. Describing and communicating positions of all flat shapes using the words above, below, beside, in front of, next to, and behind.
1. Identifying the attribute of width by describing objects as thick and thin.
2.Comparing width using thicker than, thinner than and about the same as.
1.ISubitizing the numbers up to 10.
2. Decomposing and recomposing numbers up to 10 using picture cards and Cuisenaire strips.
3. Remembering and writing sight facts up to 10.
4. Understanding the meaning of zero.
5. Writing the numeral zero.
6. Representing the composition and decomposition of numbers up to 10 using different objects, materials, drawings.
7. Writing decomposition of numbers and number relations of numbers 2-5 using equations.
8. Understanding the conservation of numbers up to 10.
9. Estimating the number of objects in a set of up to 10 objects.
1. Developing an understanding of the concept of time through the use of appropriate vocabulary: yesterday/today/tomorrow/seasons/soon/ not yet/birthday significant events, festivals, holidays .
2. Sequencing daily and weekly events or stages, orally and pictorially using the concept of daily routine.
3. Reading time in one-hour intervals.
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