Cirriculum of Pre-Priamry-1 @ MNR Golden Kids


Introduction to Numbers:

Introduce numbers 1-10 through counting games, number songs, and hands-on activities like counting objects.

Basic Concepts:

Teach concepts such as shapes, colors, sizes, and patterns using visual aids, puzzles, and sorting activities.

Number Recognition:

Help children recognize and identify numbers in various contexts, such as on dice, calendars, and number charts.


Language Development:

Promote language development through conversations, storytelling, and exposure to rich vocabulary.

Introduction to Letters:

Introduce uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet through letter recognition activities, alphabet books, and letter tracing.

Phonemic Awareness:

Develop phonemic awareness skills through rhyming games, sound recognition activities, and listening exercises.

Emergent Reading Skills:

Foster emergent reading skills by exposing children to simple sight words, predictable books, and interactive reading experiences.

General Knowledge (GK):

Exploration of the World:

Introduce children to various topics related to their environment, community, nature, and the world around them.

Themes and Concepts:

Explore themes such as animals, plants, seasons, transportation, and occupations through discussions, pictures, and hands-on activities.

Cultural Awareness:

Introduce children to different cultures, traditions, festivals, and celebrations to promote cultural diversity and understanding.

Rhymes and Songs:

Rhyme Time:

Teach a variety of nursery rhymes, fingerplays, and action songs to develop language skills, rhythm, and memory.

Singing and Music:

Incorporate singing and music into daily routines to create a fun and engaging learning environment.

Motor Skills:

Include actions, movements, and dance routines in rhymes and songs to promote gross motor skills and coordination.


Story Time:

Read aloud age-appropriate storybooks and picture books to stimulate imagination, language comprehension, and a love for reading.

Interactive Storytelling:

Encourage children to participate in storytelling by retelling stories, acting out characters, and making predictions.

Moral Values:

Choose stories that convey moral lessons, kindness, empathy, and positive character traits to promote moral and social development.

Moral Science:

Character Education:

Introduce basic moral values and ethical principles through stories, role-playing activities, and discussions.

Empathy and Compassion:

Teach children about empathy, kindness, sharing, respect, honesty, and responsibility through real-life examples and scenarios.

Social Skills:

Promote social skills such as cooperation, friendship, conflict resolution, and problem-solving in various social situations.


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