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  • 1st class Syllabus


Environmental Studies Course Structure

1. Plant Life
2. Animal Life
3. Our Amazing Body!
4. Our Basic Needs
5. Living and Non-living
6. What’s in the Sky?

About Me

*    About myself
*    My family and my school
*    My surroundings
*    Parts of our body
*    Parts of our face
*    Parts of our arms
*    Parts of our legs and hands
*    Growth of our body
*    5 sense organs : eyes, nose, ears, tongue and skin
*    Uses of all 5 sense organs
*    Good Habits for our day to day life

More About Me

*    My Family
*    Importance of Family
*    Nuclear Family and Joint Families
*    Relation between family members and relatives
*    How our father helps everyone
*    How our mother helps everyone
*    How can we help our parents?
*    My school
*    Why do we go to school?
*    The things we learn in school
*    Different rooms in a school


*    How does food help us?
*    Basic needs
*    Types of meals : breakfast, lunch and dinner
*    Healthy meals
*    Importance of water
*    Where do we get our food from?
*    What do we get from plants and animals
*    How should we eat our food?
*    Washing our hands
*    Washing fruits and vegetables before eating or cooking
*    Why we should not eat roadside food
*    Unhealthy food and its disadvantages
*    Importance of food and water

Safety and Health

*    What does safety mean?
*    Safety Rules at home
*    Safety Rules at school
*    Safety rules on road
*    Meaning of traffic signal
*    Zebra crossing
*    Importance of footpath
*    Safety rules while travelling in bus
*    Safety rules while swimming
*    Day to day activities
*    Things to do before sleeping
*    Things to do to keep healthy
*    Importance of having a bath
*    How does our body get dirty?
*    How to keep our teeth and nails clean
*    How to keep our surroundings clean
*    Helping everyone

Living and Non-living Things

*    Types of things
*    Properties of living things
*    Properties of non-living things
*    Living things depend on non-living things
*    Types of non living things : Natural and Manmade


*    What are plants?
*    Different types of plants
*    Shrubs, herbs and trees
*    Climbers and creepers
*    Root : Functions of the root
*    Stem : Functions of the stem
*    Leaf : Functions of the leaf
*    Flower : Functions of the flower
*    Fruits : Uses of fruits
*    Growth of a Plant
*    What do plants give us?


*    Types of animals: Big animals and Small animals
*    Classification of Animals: Wild Animals and Domestic Animals
*    Farm animals
*    Types of Birds
*    Insects
*    Water animals
*    Different kinds of fish
*    Land Animals, Tree animals, Water animals, Land and water animals
*    Animals need food
*    Birds need food
*    Need of shelter
*    Types of shelter


*    Air around us
*    Why do we need air?
*    Properties of air
*    Uses of air
*    Wind


*    Where do we get water from?
*    Need of water in daily life
*    Sources of water
*    Underground water
*    Storage of water
*    Uses of water
*    Why do plants need water?
*    DO's and DONT's for clean and good water


*    What is weather?
*    Sunny, rainy, windy and cloudy days
*    5 seasons

Clothing and Housing

*    Need of clothes
*    Types of clothes
*    Different clothes for different seasons
*    Types of uniforms
*    What is a house?
*    Different rooms in a house
*    Keeping our house clean
*    Types of houses : Kutcha and Pucca house
*    Types of roofs: Flat and sloping roof


*    Our Earth
*    Plains
*    Deserts
*    Hills and mountains
*    Lakes, seas, rivers and ponds
*    Importance of the sun
*    Day and night
*    Moon
*    Phases of the moon
*    Stars

Transport and Communication

*    Types of Transport: Land Transport, Water Transport and Air Transport
*    Types of land transport
*    Types of water transport
*    Types of air transport
*    What is communication?
*    Means of communication

My Neighborhood

*    Who are our neighbours?
*    How do our neighbours help us?
*    What is neighbourhood?
*    Important places in our Neighbourhood
*    Helpers


*    What are festivals?
*    Different types of festivals
*    National festivals

Maths Class 1 Course Structure

1. Numbers

*    Words of Comparison
*    Numbers from 1 to 9
*    Pattern of writing numbers
*    Writing methods for numbers from 10 - 99 : Tens and ones
*    Writing methods for 100 : Hundreds, tens and ones
*    Use of 0
*    Use of Abacus
*    Place Value
*    Face Value
*    What is number line?
*    Format of number line
*    Before, after and between
*    Missing numbers
*    Greater than, less than, equal to
*    Use of number line for comparing numbers
*    Comparing 2 digit numbers
*    Ordering Numbers
*    Ascending order
*    Descending order
*    Examples for ascending and descending order
*    Ordinal Numbers

2. Addition

*    What is Addition
*    Addition on the abacus
*    Addition by drawing dots
*    Method of addition on the number line
*    Addition by forward counting
*    Horizontal addition
*    Vertical addition
*    Properties of Addition
*    Addition facts
*    Addition without regrouping or without carry over
*    Addition with regrouping or with carry over
*    Word Problems on Addition

3. Subtraction

*    Meaning of Subtraction
*    Subtraction using the abacus
*    Subtraction by making dots and crossing out
*    Subtraction using the Number Line
*    Subtraction by counting backwards
*    Subtraction without regrouping or without borrowing
*    Subtraction with regrouping or with borrowing
*    Properties of Subtraction
*    Subtraction facts
*    Word Problems on Subtraction
*    Addition and Subtraction
*    Word problems on addition and subtraction

4. Multiplication

*    Skip Counting
*    Meaning of Multiplication
*    Learning Multiplication
*    Multiplication Using Number Line
*    Multiplication Tables
*    Multiplication of a 1-digit number by a 1-digit number
*    Horizontal and vertical method of multiplication
*    Multiplication of 10, 20, 30 and 40 by a number
*    Multiplication of a 2 digit number by a 1 digit number without carry over
*    Multiplication of a 2 digit number by a 1 digit number with carry over
*    Properties of Multiplication
*    Word Problems

5. Division

*    Understanding Division
*    Division by Repeated Subtraction
*    Division on the Number Line
*    Division by Reverse Multiplication
*    Word Problems

6. Time

*    Planning of a Day
*    Parts of a Day
*    Reading a clock
*    Learning about Calendar

7. Money

*    Introduction to Money
*    Exchanging Money
*    Use of Money in Daily Activities

8. Measurement

*    Comparing Lengths and Distances
*    Standard units of measurement
*    Measuring Length
*    Measuring Weight
*    Measuring Capacity

9. Shapes and Patterns

*    Flat Shapes
*    Triangle, Rectangle, Square and Circle
*    Solid Shapes
*    Cone, Sphere, Cube, Cuboids and Cylinder
*    Patterns

10. Data Handling

*    Question based on given data
*    Picture graph or pictograph
*    Question based on picture graph
*    Easy to read the content

11. Collection or Sets

*    Sets - meaning of sets. Example
*    Examples of different sets
*    Collection - meaning
*    Equal or matching sets - Example
*    Examples of different types of sets

English Class-1, Course Structure

Comprehension- Poem & Story

unit 1
A Happy Child 
Three Little Pigs 
unit 2
After a Bath, 
The Bubble the Straw and the Shoe. 
unit 3
One Little Kitten, 
Laalu and Peelu, 
Unit 4
Once I Saw a little Bird. 
Unit 5
Mittu and the Yellow Mango, 
Merry Go Round , 
Unit 6
If I were an Apple, 
Our Tree 
Unit 7
A Kite 
Unit 8
A Little Turtle, 
The Tiger and the Mosquito January 
Unit 9
Anandi’s Rainbow February 
Unit 10
Flying Man 
The tailor and his Friend

English Grammar

1    Alphabet
      English Alphabet
      Playing with Letters
2    Nouns
    Introduction to Nouns
    Common Nouns
    Proper Nouns
    Singular and Plural Nouns
    Countable and Uncountable Nouns
3    Pronouns
     Pronouns :
     He, Him, She and Her
    It PronounPronouns : I, Me and You
    Pronouns : We, Us, They and Them
    Pronouns : This, That, These and Those
4    Adjectives
    Introduction to Adjectives
    Types of Adjectives (Part 1)
    Types of Adjectives (Part 2)
5    Articles
    Indefinite Articles
    More About Indefinite Articles
    Definite Article
6    Verbs
    Introduction to Verbs
    More About Verbs (Part 1)
    More About Verbs (Part 2)
7    Adverbs
    Introduction to Adverbs
    Formation of Adverbs
    Adverbs of Time and Place
    Adverbs of Manner
8    Prepositions
    Introduction to Prepositions
    Understanding Prepositions
9    Conjunctions
    'And' Conjunction
    'But', 'Because' and 'As' Conjunctions
10    Sentences and Punctuation
    Introduction to Sentences and Punctuation Marks
    Learning About Sentences
    Jumbled Sentences
11    Tenses
    Introduction to Tenses
    Simple Present Tense
    Some Rules of Simple Present Tense
    Simple Past Tense
    Present Continuous Tense

Hindi Class 1 Course Structure

Identify Varan and akshar, matra
Lesson 1 Jhula
Lesson 2 Aam ki Khani
Lesson 3 Aam ki Tokri
Lesson 4 Patte hi Patte
Lesson 5 Pakari
Lesson 6 Chuk Chuk
Lesson 7 Rasoi Ghar
Lesson 8 Chuao Mayun
Makri Lakri Kakri
Lesson 9 Bandar aur gilhari
Lesson 10 Pagri
Lesson 11 Patang
Lesson 12 Gend balla
Lesson 13 Bandar gaya khet mein
Lesson 14 Ek Bhuriya, Mein Bhi
Lesson 15 Lalu pilu
Lesson 16 Chaki ki Chkdum

NOTE: The information taken from Central Board of Secondary Education(CBSE) at, is represented here in a user-friendly way for convenience of students. User must refer CBSE for current status of information. 

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