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181410013-Dolphin-UKG-Integrated-Funmax-Part1

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INTEGRATED TEXTBOOK UKG PART - 1

ENGLISH MATHS 1. Letters of the Alphabet 4 1. Comparing Qualities 26 2. Gestures and Greetings 6 2. Numbers 32 3. Expressions on My Face 8 3. Comparing Quantities 37 4. Vowels and Consonants 9 4. Number Names 41 5. Rhyming Words 12 5. Shapes 44 6. Picture Story 17 Shape Song 48 7. Rhymes 6. Sorting and Grouping 49 Good Morning Song 18 7. Pairing of Objects 52 Good Bye Song 18 8. Rhymes Humpty Dumpty 19 One, Two, Three, Four, Five 53 Are You Sleeping? 20 One for the Sun That Shone 8. Stories in the Sky 54 The Fox and the Grapes 21 A Dog and a Bug 23 EVS 1. Myself 56 8. Cleanliness 80 2. My Family 59 This is the Way We Brush 3. My Body 61 Our Teeth 81 9. Healthy Food 83 Head Shoulders Knees and Toes 66 The Vegetable Song 84 10.Well Being 86 4. My School 68 I Like to Go to School 69 Hop a Little 87 11.Day and Night 88 5. Neighbourhood 72 Tick Tock 89 We are Going to the Market 74 12.Calendar 91 6. My Country 75 13.Water 93 7. Festivals 77 14.Stories Christmas is Coming 79 Honest Woodcutter 95

26 32 37 CONTENTS - ENGLISH 41 44 1. Letters of the Alphabet 4 48 2. Gestures and Greetings 6 49 3. Expressions on My Face 8 52 4. Vowels and Consonants 9 53 5. Rhyming Words 12 54 6. Picture Story 17 7. Rhymes Good Morning Song 18 Good Bye Song 18 Humpty Dumpty 19 20 80 Are You Sleeping? 81 8. Stories 83 The Fox and the Grapes 21 84 86 A Dog and a Bug 23 87 88 89 91 93 95

1. Letters of the Alphabet 2 1 Let Us Revise: A to L 4

2 Let Us Revise: M to Z 5

2. Gestures and Greetings 2 1 Using Gestures When we use only actions to talk without using words, they are called gestures. Look at the pictures. Do you know any of the gestures given here? Let us see and learn about situations where we can use them. Good Work Come Here When somebody When you want to does something nice, call somebody near like helping others. you. Clapping Silence When you want When you want to ask to show you liked somebody to be quiet, for something, like a show. example, during study time. 6

2 Using Greetings Here are some gestures that can be used as s, greetings and examples of situations where they are u used. d Bye Salute Going away Showing respect to after being our National Flag. together. Shake Hands Hello Namaste or me. Meeting friends. Greeting a new Greeting elders. student in class. 7

3. Expressions on My Face 1 1 Expressions I Can Make Look at the pictures to learn about the different facial expressions. Sorry Angry Sleepy Happy Sad Tired Surprised 8

. Vowels and Consonants 1 Vowels al Read the words starting with vowels. ant elephant igloo octopus umbrella 9

2 Consonants 3 Read the words beginning with consonants. There are 21 consonants in the English alphabet. b cd bee cat dog f gh f ish goat hen j kl jug kite lion 10

3 Consonants Read the words beginning with consonants. mn p q mat nest pig queen rstv rose sun tap van wx y z watch xtr-emeas yak zip 11

5. Rhyming Words 2 1 Letter Family: ‘a’ Rhyming words are words that end with the same sounds. _at _ap cat tap mat cap bat nap _an _ag can bag fan rag man tag 12

2 Letter Family: ‘e’ Rhyming words are words that end with the same sounds. _et _ed _en jet hen bed net pen pet red den _eg _em leg hem beg gem 13

3 Letter Family: ‘i’ Rhyming words are words that end with the same sounds. _it _in kit pin sit bin pit tin _ig _ip pig lip fig sip wig zip 14

Letter Family: ‘o’ Rhyming words are words that end with the same sounds. _op _ot mop pot top cot cop dot _og _oy log toy dog boy jog joy 15

5 Letter Family: ‘u’ 1 Rhyming words are words that end with the same 1 sounds. _un _ug bun mug sun bug gun rug _ut _um hut gum nut sum 3 + 2 = 5 cut mum 16

6. Picture Story 1 What I Can See Look at the pictures and describe the story in your words. 17

Good Morning Song Good Morning, Good Morning, And how do you do? Good Morning, Good Morning, I am fine, how are you? Good Morning, Good Morning, And how do you do? Good Morning, Good Morning, I am fine, how are you? Good Bye Song It’s time to go home, It’s time to go home. Let’s pack our bags and get ready, To meet our friends and family. 18

Humpty Dumpty Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the king’s horses and all the king’s men Couldn’t put Humpty together again. 19

Are You Sleeping? Are you sleeping? Are you sleeping? Brother John, Brother John. Morning bells are ringing, Morning bells are ringing, Ding dong bell, Ding dong bell. 20

The Fox and the Grapes Once, a fox was very hungry.  He searched for food. At last, he saw a bunch of grapes hanging from a grapevine.  Wow! Those grapes look delicious. And I am so hungry! So, he jumped and jumped. But, he could not reach the grapes. They were too high. 21

So, the fox got angry and went away. Those grapes were probably very sour. Good, I couldn’t reach them. 22

A Dog and a Bug A dog and a bug are friends. The dog and the bug sit on a rug. The dog and the bug fall in the mud. They run to the tub to take a bath. 23

The bug gets wet. The bug is sad. The dog takes the bug on his back. They go out. The bug is happy. The bug is glad. 24

CONTENTS - MATHS 1. Comparing Qualities 26 2. Numbers 32 3. Comparing Quantities 37 4. Number Names 41 5. Shapes 44 Shape Song 48 6. Sorting and Grouping 49 7. Pairing of Objects 52 8. Rhymes One, Two, Three, Four, Five 53 One for the Sun That Shone 54 in the Sky

1. Comparing Qualities 2 Big and Small 1 Given below are objects in three different sizes. Look at the objects and compare their sizes. Point out to the BIGGEST and the SMALLEST object in each row. 26

2 Thick and Thin Look at the objects given below and point out to the k THIN and THICK objects. Thick Log Thick Candle Thin Log Thin Candle Thick Carrot Thick Rope Thin Carrot Thin Rope 27

3 Tall and Short Look at the objects given below and point out the TALLEST and the SHORTEST object in each row. 28

Long and Short Point to the pictures and say which object is the LONGEST and which is the SHORTEST in each set. 29

5 Heavy and Light 6 Look at the objects on the seesaw. The object that is down on the seesaw is HEAVY. The object that is up on the seesaw is LIGHT. 30

s 6 Heavy and Light Let us compare some real objects and see which of on them are HEAVY and which of them are LIGHT. Do an activity in class by taking the things shown here in your hand to compare. Duster Leaf 4 Books 1 Book Bowl of Rice Empty Bowl 31

2. Numbers 2 1 Let Us Revise: 1 to 50 1 2 1 1 1 21 31 3 2 12 22 32 3 13 23 33 7 8 1 23 0 1 23 1 23 7 17 27 37 8 18 28 38 1 23 10 20 30 0 32

2 Let Us Revise: 51 to 100 1 1 71 81 1 2 2 72 82 2 3 3 73 83 3 78 78 78 7 7 77 87 7 8 8 78 88 8 78 0 70 80 0 100 33

3 Numbers: 101 to 110 Recognise the numbers from 101 to 110. Read them aloud. 101 10 102 107 103 108 10 10 10 110 34

Numbers: 111 to 130 Recognise the numbers from 111 to 130. Read them aloud. 111 112 113 11 11 11 117 118 11 120 121 122 123 12 12 12 127 128 12 130 35

5 Numbers: 131 to 150 Recognise the numbers from 131 to 150. Read them aloud. 1 131 132 133 13 13 13 137 138 13 1 0 11 1213 1 1 1 1718 1 10 36

3. Comparing Quantities More and Less 1 Count the cars in each set and point at the set in each row that has MORE cars and LESS cars. 0 0 37

2 More Than and Less Than 3 Look at the pictures given below. In each row, the crocodile will eat the set that has MORE number of objects. 6 Apples More Than 4 Apples 3 Ice Creams Less Than 4 Ice Creams 38

3 Equal to Count the number of objects in each box. The box on both the sides have same number of objects. When the number of objects in both the boxes is the same, we use the term EQUAL TO. The symbol for EQUAL TO is ‘=’. = EQUAL TO = EQUAL TO = EQUAL TO 39

One More and One Less 1 Mina has 5 chocolates. Tia has 1 LESS chocolate than Mina. Ali has 1 MORE chocolate than Mina. I have 4 I have 5 I have chocolates. chocolates. 6 chocolates. 1 LESS THAN 5 1 MORE THAN 5 Tia Mina Ali Look at the numbers given here. 23 2 is 1 LESS is 1 MORE THAN 3 THAN 3 40

. Number Names 1 Let Us Revise: Number Names 1 to 20 1 One 1 1 Eleven 2 Two 12 Twelve 3 Three 13 Thirteen 1 Fourteen Four 1 Fifteen 1 Sixteen Five 17 Seventeen 18 Eighteen Six 1 Nineteen 20 Twenty 7 Seven 8 Eight Nine 10 Ten 41

2 Number Names: 20 to 29 3 20 30 0 0Twenty Thirty Forty Fifty 20 Twenty 2 Twenty Five 2 1 Twenty One 2 Twenty Six 22 Twenty Two 27 Twenty Seven 23 28Twenty Three Twenty Eight 2 2Twenty Four Twenty Nine 42

3 Number Names: 30 to 50 y 30 Thirty 0 Forty 3 1 1Thirty One Forty One 32 Thirty Two 2 Forty Two 33 Thirty Three 3 Forty Three 3 Thirty Four Forty Four 3 Thirty Five Forty Five n Forty Six 3 Thirty Six 7 Forty Seven 37 Thirty Seven 8 Forty Eight 38 Thirty Eight 3 Thirty Nine Forty Nine 0Fifty 43

5. Shapes 2 Circle, Square, Triangle and Rectangle 1 Look at the objects given below and their shapes. Look at the things around you and identify a CIRCLE, SQUARE, RECTANGLE and TRIANGLE. Square Rectangle Circle Triangle 44

2 Cone Shape Let us look at the CONE shape. Can you see how it is different from other shapes? Look at the objects , given below that look like the CONE shape. Cone Shape Birthday Cap Stacking Toy Ice cream Cone 45

3 Ball Shape Let us look at the BALL shape. Can you see how it is different from other shapes? Look at the objects given below that look like the BALL shape. Ball Shape Football Globe Orange 46

Box Shape Let us look at the BOX shape. Can you see how it is different from other shapes? Look at the objects given below that look like the BOX shape. Box Shape Dice Gift Box Rubik’s Cube 47

Shape Song 1 Everywhere we look, there is a shape! We got a cone in a party hat And see, it sits prettily on the head! Take it out and feel its shape. I can take my palm around. We got a ball that bounces around. You see, It sits nicely in my hands Take it out and feel its shape. It feels the same from everywhere. We got a box that can keep things inside You see, it has many corners Take it out and feel its shape It has six flat sides that look the same. 48

6. Sorting and Grouping Sorting by Colour 1 These objects are grouped on the basis of colour. Red White and Black Blue Red and Green Yellow Blue and Yellow 49

2 Sorting by Shape 3 The objects shown here are of different shapes. These objects can be sorted on the basis of their shapes. Triangle Circle Rectangle Square 50


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