# UKG Syllabus and Worksheets

• #### UKG Practice worksheets

• The syllabus can be followed by kids in  India, USA, Canada, UK and Middle East.

#### UKG Mathematics Syllabus

Chapter 1: Count and Write Numbers 0 to 5
1.1 Model and Count 1 and 2
1.2 Understand and Write 1 and 2
1.3 Model and Count 3 , 4 and 5
1.4 Understand and Write 3, 4 and 5
1.5 The Concept of Zero
1.4 Count and Order Numbers to 5

Chapter 2: Count and Write Numbers 6 to 10
2.1 Model and Count 6
2.2 Understand and Write 6
2.3 Model and Count 7
2.4 Understand and Write 7
2.5 Model and Count 8
2.6 Understand and Write 8
2.7 Model and Count 9
2.8 Understand and Write 9
2.9 Model and Count 10
2.10 Understand and Write 10
2.11 Count and Order Numbers to 10

Chapter 3: Compare Numbers 0 to 5
3.1 Equal Groups
3.2 Greater Than
3.3 Less Than
3.4 Compare Groups to 5 by Counting
3.5 Compare Numbers to 5

Chapter 4: Compare Numbers to 10
4.1 Compare Groups to 10 by Matching
4.2 Compare Groups to 10 by Counting
4.3 Compare Numbers to 10
4.4 Identify Objects into different groups
4.5 Classify and Compare by Counting

Chapter 5: Composing and Decomposing Numbers to 10
5.1 Composing and Decomposing 5
5.2 Composing and Decomposing 6
5.3 Composing and Decomposing 7
5.4 Composing and Decomposing 8
5.5 Composing and Decomposing 9
5.6 Composing and Decomposing 10
5.7 Composing and Decomposing Using a Group of 5
5.8 Completing pattern up to 10

Chapter 6: Adding Numbers up to 10
6.7 Use a Group of 5 to Add

Chapter 7: Subtract Numbers Within 10
7.1 Simple subtraction using objects
7.2 Subtraction: Take From
7.3 Subtraction: Take Apart
7.4 Subtraction Number Patterns
7.5 Use a Group of 5 to Subtract

Chapter 8: Representation of numbers 11 to 19
8.1 Identify Groups of 10
8.2 Count and Write 11 and 12
8.3 Understand 11 and 12
8.4 Count and Write 13 and 14
8.5 Understand 13 and 14
8.6 Count and Write 15
8.7 Understand 15
8.8 Count and Write 16 and 17
8.9 Understand 16 and 17
8.10 Count and Write 18 and 19
8.11 Understand 18 and 19

Chapter 9: Count and Compare Numbers to 20
9.1 Model and Count 20
9.2 Count and Write 20
9.3 Count to Find How Many
9.4 Count Forward from Any Number to 20
9.5 Order Numbers to 20
9.6 Compare Numbers to 20
9.7 What comes before and after
9.8 What comes between numbers

Chapter 10: Count and write up to 100
10.1 Count to 30 by Ones
10.2 Count to 50 by Ones
10.3 Count to 100 by Ones
10.4 Count to 100 by Tens
10.5 Count by Tens and Ones
10.6 Count by Tens from a Number
10.7 Write in figure up to 100
10.8 Write in word up to 100

Chapter 11: Identify Two-Dimensional Shapes
11.1 Describe Two-Dimensional Shapes
11.2 Triangles
11.3 Rectangles
11.4 Squares
11.5 Hexagons and Circles
11.6 Join Two-Dimensional Shapes
11.7 Build Two-Dimensional Shapes

Chapter 12: Identify Three-Dimensional Shapes and Positions
12.1 Two- and Three-Dimensional Shapes
12.2 Describe Three-Dimensional Shapes
12.3 Cubes and Spheres
12.4 Cones and Cylinders
12.5 Build Three-Dimensional Shapes
12.6 Positions of Solid Shapes

Chapter 13: Measure and Compare Objects
13.1 Compare Heights
13.2 Compare Lengths
13.3 Use Numbers to Compare Lengths
13.4 Compare Weights
13.5 Use Numbers to Compare Weights
13.6 Hot and cold
13.7 Describe Objects by Attributes
13.9 Near and far
13.10 Quantity
13.11 Ascending and descending order

Chapter 14: Missing numbers
14.1 Fill missing numbers 1 to 20
14.2 Fill missing numbers 1 to 50
14.3 Recognition of missing numbers in 1 to 100
14.4 Continue number pattern

Chapter 15: Logical thinking – Patterns with shapes
15.1 Complete pattern with shapes
15.2 Recognize odd shape in a pattern
15.3 Fill a missing object in a pattern
15.4 Recognize odd object in a pattern

Chapter 16: General topics
16.1 Counting money
16.2 Checking Time

• #### English – Reading and Writing

• Pre-Writing Strokes
Standing line
Sleeping line
Left Slanting line
Right Slanting line
Left Curve
Right Curve
Up Curve
Down Curve
• Alphabets and Basic Grammar

Identification of alphabets using objects
Objects related to each letter
Small Letters & Capital Letters
Matching capital and small letters
Vowels
Vowel words
Consonants
Consonants words
Phonic Drill
Listening skills – playing audio – identify objects
Rhyming words to improve listening skills
​Differentiate between gender and pairing​

#### Environmental Science

Good habits and manners
Parts and organs of the body and their use.
Common objects with missing parts ( like a wheel of a cycle).
Awareness about the environment through a picnic
Time reading from a clock or watch
Week days
Understanding of the concept of time by explaining weeks, months and year.

#### General Awareness

Myself
My Body Parts
My Family
My Birthday
My Home
My School
• Safety
At home
At the Playground
• Animals
Domestic
Wild
Aquatic
• People
Doctor
Teacher
Policeman
Postman
Carpenter
Farmer
Security Guard