Latest Nursery Syllabus with PDF

Latest Nursery Syllabus with PDF: Here is the latest Nursery Syllabus with pdf in India based on all major boards. Every child has special qualities, talents, and needs. That’s why we designed the syllabus very carefully to focus on the needs of every child. Scroll down to get the free PDF.

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Latest Syllabus for Nursery Class

Premath Concepts :

  • Big and small
  • Thick and thin
  • Fat and thin
  • Long and short
  • Tall and short
  • More or less
  • Far and near
  • Shapes (circle, square, triangle, rectangle, oval)
  • Matching, pairing and other similar exercises

Patterns :

  • Standing lines
  • Sleeping lines
  • Slanting lines
  • Zigzag lines
  • Curve lines

Writing :

  • Introduction of capital letters
  • Identification and writing of capital letters with awareness of phonetic sound and related objects
  • Writing own name in capital letters

Number Work :

  • Introduction of numbers (1 – 10)
  • Identification and writing of numbers (1 – 10)
  • Concept of zero
  • Dictation of numbers (1 – 10)
  • Concept of Tens and Ones

Oral work :

  • Rhymes
  • Story telling
  • Picture reading

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We believe in the activity-based method of teaching. These methods give opportunities to every child to increase his/ her confidence and enjoy all that he/ she discover.

In order to introduce capital letters to the nursery kids, we recommend starting from letter “L”. Then “T”, “I”, “F”, “E”, and “H” respectively. Because to write all these letters kids only need to know the standing line and sleeping line.

After teaching them slanting lines we should introduce the following letters – “A”, “N”, “M”, “V”, “W”, “K”, “X”, “Y”, and “Z”.

At last, after teaching different types of patterns we should teach them remaining letters like “B”, “D”, “P”, “R”, “C”, “G”, “S”, “O”, “Q”, “U” and “J”.

With the introduction of letters we should also need to encourage them to do related exercises like matching letters with objects, writing the first letter, drawing of related objects etc.


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