UKG English Syllabus


The UKG English Syllabus covers key language concepts such as letter identification, reading aloud, sentence formation, and creative exploration. It focuses on building strong foundational skills in young learners through interactive and engaging activities, using tools like genie boards, flashcards, and storytelling. Regular revision is emphasized to reinforce learning and ensure progress. Learn more about the English Syllabus by CBSE and its key features.

UKG English Syllabus Outline

The key features of this English Language Syllabus are as follows:

Letters (AA – ZZ):

  • Identification of letters
  • Recognition of the sound of letters
  • Associating objects related to letters
  • Differentiating between vowels and consonants
  • Recognizing vowel words
  • Understanding the use of the article a/an
  • Identifying and using this-that and these-those
  • Understanding the concept of one-many
  • Learning about different positions
  • Identifying and using rhyming words

Reading words and sentences aloud:

Children should interact in social conversations to improve their communication skills

Exploration of creativity:

Use of genie board, flashcards, oral interaction, written work, worksheets, storytelling, and enactment to explore creativity

Making sentences:

  • Making sentences using certain words or structures
  • Picture composition
  • Understanding the use of prepositions ‘in’, ‘on’, and ‘under’ in sentences


Regular revision of the English language basics to reinforce learning.

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By Waqas Sharif

Mr. Waqas Sharif is an English Language Teaching (ELT) Professional, Trainer, and Course Instructor at a Public Sector Institute. He has more than ten years of Eng Language Teaching experience at the Graduate and Postgraduate level. His main interest is found in facilitating his students globally He wishes them to develop academic skills like Reading, Writing, and Communication mastery along with Basics of Functional Grammar, English Language, and Linguistics.

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