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CHAPTER: The old man and the goat
Learning Objectives: • Develop the skill of reading Understand the meaning of the text Relate the story with the child’s daily experiences Sentence building GRAMMAR: Sentence, Punctuation, Nouns ACTIVITIES: Role Play Nouns - Children to draw a table and write five nouns under the following headings: Person Place Animal Thing

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Here I am sharing the ICSE Class 2 Syllabus with you ------

ICSE Class 2 Syllabus:

JULY

CHAPTERS:
Nikhil In Trouble.
The Mulla’s Son.(Rapid Reading)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
Focus on the sentence structure
Oral Comprehension
Acquire new vocabulary

GRAMMAR:
Adjectives

ACTIVITIES:
Show and Tell

WORKBOOK:
Related workbook pages will be done.

POEM:
I Wonder

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
Read aloud with clarity
Use of rhyming words
Develop the ability to comprehend
Enjoy the sound and rhythms

ACTIVITIES:
Recitation in class.
Children to paste and label five pictures of some action (verbs) of their choice, in their notebook.

GRAMMAR:
Nouns (number, gender), Verbs

WORKBOOK:
Related workbook pages will be done.

SUGGESTED ASSIGNMENTS:
Underline the nouns in the passage
Write ten sentences using Nouns Related Worksheets will be given

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Here I am sharing the ICSE Class 2 Syllabus with you ------

ICSE Class 2 Syllabus:

ENGLISH
APRIL - MAY
CHAPTER:
• The Red Shirt
• The Mice and the Elephant.
• The Clever Jackal. (Rapid Reading)


LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Develop the skill of reading
• Understand the meaning of the text
• Relate the story with the child’s daily experiences
• Sentence building
• Develop the child’s ability to read aloud
• Provide practice in the active use of vocabulary
• Learn to form correct sentences


GRAMMAR:
• Punctuation, Nouns( common nouns and proper nouns)
• Preposition


ACTIVITIES:
• Nouns – classification of common nouns and proper nouns.
• Children to paste a picture of an elephant and write five sentences about it in their notebooks.


WORK BOOK:
• Related workbook pages will be done.


POEM:
• Mrs. Indiarubber Duck
• Conversation


LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Read the poem aloud
• Enjoy the rhyme and rhythm
• Enhance aural and oral skills


ACTIVITIES:
• Recitation
• Draw a picture of your favourite toy and write a few sentences about it.
• Recitation competition.
• Draw pictures and write what the cat and the mouse say in the poem



GRAMMAR:
• Opposites, Verbs


WORK BOOK:
• Related workbook pages will be done.


SUGGESTED ASSIGNMENTS:
• Underline the nouns in the passage.
• Sentence formation with proper punctuation marks - Children to draw five objects and write a sentence about each object.
• Make up your own list of pairs of words which rhyme.
• Write the given words in alphabetical order
• Find the rhyming words of door, in, say, said, where


Related Worksheets will be given
SUGGESTED READING:
• The Farm Animals – by Rolando Merino
• The Littlest Knight – by Carol Moore


JULY
CHAPTERS:
• Nikhil In Trouble.
• The Mulla’s Son.(Rapid Reading)


LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Focus on the sentence structure
• Oral Comprehension
• Acquire new vocabulary

GRAMMAR:
• Adjectives


ACTIVITIES:
• Show and Tell

WORKBOOK:
• Related workbook pages will be done.

POEM:
• I Wonder

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Read aloud with clarity


• Use of rhyming words
• Develop the ability to comprehend
• Enjoy the sound and rhythms

ACTIVITIES:
• Recitation in class.
• Children to paste and label five pictures of some action (verbs) of their choice, in their notebook.

GRAMMAR:
• Nouns (number, gender), Verbs

WORKBOOK:
• Related workbook pages will be done.

SUGGESTED ASSIGNMENTS:
• Underline the nouns in the passage
• Write ten sentences using Nouns

Related Worksheets will be given
AUGUST
CHAPTERS:
• Sandhya and the gold chain.
• Musicians of Bremen. (Rapid Reading)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Read aloud with correct pronunciation, pause and stress
• Understand and make inferences of the text
• Oral Comprehension
• Observe sentence structure

GRAMMAR:
• Verb, Tenses(Past, Present and Future)

ACTIVITIES:
• Role Play - Musicians of Bremen

WORKBOOK:
• Related workbook pages will be done.

POEM:
• I’d like to be

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Recite the poem with suitable actions
• Learn new rhyming words


• Create poem using rhyming words

ACTIVITIES:
• Creative writing - What I'd like to be. Children will write at least five sentences about what they would want to be.

WORKBOOK:
• Related workbook pages will be done.

SUGGESTED ASSIGNMENTS:
• Write the sentences in Present Tense
• Change the form of the Verbs and rewrite the given Sentences in Past Tense
• Verbs: The – ing form
• Write the helping verbs
• Pick out the verbs in the given sentences

Related Worksheets will be given
SEPTEMBER – OCTOBER
CHAPTERS:
• Mangoes and Guavas
• Kite fight

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Understand the importance of punctuation
• Develop the ability to read and comprehend
• Sentence building
• Use vocabulary effectively

GRAMMAR:
• Pronouns, Punctuation, Verbs, Comparison of Adjectives

ACTIVITIES:
• Creative Writing
• Comprehension – Unseen passage

WORKBOOK:
• Related workbook pages will be done.

POEM :
• The Cow

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Stimulate the senses
• Learn new rhyming words
• Create poem using rhyming words


ACTIVITIES:
• Recitation
• Creative Writing - Write five sentences about a pet animal.

WORKBOOK:
• Related workbook pages will be done.

SUGGESTED ASSIGNMENTS:
• Practice the use of apostrophes
• Underline the adjectives in the passage
• Pick out the Pronouns from the given sentences

Related Worksheets will be given
NOVEMBER
CHAPTERS:
• Careful Hans

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Understand and make inferences of the text
• Use the sentence structures in daily conversations
• Learn new spellings

GRAMMAR:
• Nouns, Articles, Comparison of Adjectives

ACTIVITIES:
• Reading

WORKBOOK:
• Related workbook pages will be done.

POEM:
• Brothers and Sisters

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Read aloud with expressions
• Recite with suitable actions
• Learn rhyming words

ACTIVITIES:
• Children to draw a picture of their brother/sister and write few sentences about him/her.

WORKBOOK:
• Related workbook pages will be done.


SUGGESTED ASSIGNMENTS:
• Practise Verbs + ing form.
• Write the helping verbs.
• Pick out the verbs in the given sentences.
• Pick out the adjectives in the given sentences.

Related Worksheets will be given
JANUARY
CHAPTERS:
• The Mouse and his Daughter
• Toast

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Understand the importance of punctuation
• Develop the ability to read and comprehend
• Sentence building
• Use vocabulary effectively

GRAMMAR:
• Pronouns

ACTIVITIES:
• Story writing
• Picture Composition

WORKBOOK:
• Related workbook pages will be done.

SUGGESTED ASSIGNMENTS:
• Look at the given picture and write 10 sentences about it.
• Complete the story looking at the pictures.
• Draw a picture of your own room and write a few sentences on it.
• Board Activity.

Related Worksheets will be given
FEBRUARY – MARCH
CHAPTERS:
• The wish
• Monkey see Monkey do

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Read aloud with correct pronunciation


• Develop the ability to read and comprehend
• Oral comprehension
• Use vocabulary effectively

GRAMMAR:
• Nouns, Verbs, Prepositions, Punctuation - apostrophe

ACTIVITIES:
• Revision - Reading, Recitation , Comprehension
• Listening Comprehension.
• Handwriting competition

WORKBOOK:
• Related workbook pages will be done.

POEM:
• I saw a ship a-sailing

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Read aloud with expressions
• Recite with suitable actions
• Learn rhyming words

ACTIVITIES:
• Composition - Have you been on a ship, an airplane or a train? Draw a picture and write about it.

WORKBOOK:
• Related workbook pages will be done.

SUGGESTED ASSIGNMENTS:
• Make a list of polite words and phrases
• Picture composition
• Read the passage and answer the questions
• Working with words that end with – ain
• Using two adjectives to describe the noun e.g. big, colorful book
• Use of apostrophes

SUGGESTED READING:
• Castle Waiting – A graphic novel by Linda Medley
• Mr. Coyote Meets Mr. Snail – by Storie-Jean Agapith
• The Loomploy – by Cheryl Pearson


MATHS
APRIL
CHAPTER:
1. 2-Digit Numbers

CONTENTS:
1. Place value.
2. Odd and even.
3. Skip counting.
4. Comparison of numbers.
5. Ascending and descending order.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• To make clear the concept of place value.
• Enable children to compare numbers in terms of their values and arrange them in increasing or decreasing order.
• To introduce the concept of multiplication tables using the concept of skip counting.

PROJECTS / ACTIVITIES:
• Play a ‘Marble-game’ to explain the concept of odd and even numbers.

MAY
CHAPTERS:
1. 3-Digit Numbers
2. Addition of 2-digit and 3-digit numbers.

CONTENTS:
1. Numerals and number names of 3-digit numbers.
2. Place value.
3. Expanded notation.
4. Comparison of numbers
5. Ascending and descending order.
6. Simple addition of 2 digit and 3 digit numbers.
7. Addition of 2 digit and 3 digit numbers (with carry over).
8. Word problems based on addition.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• To familiarize children with 3-digit numbers.
• To read and write 3-digit numbers and their corresponding number names.


• To find out the place value in 3-digit numbers.
• To enable children to compare numbers in terms of their values and arrange them in increasing and decreasing order.
• To add whole numbers upto 3-digits (with and without carry over).
• To solve word problems based on addition.

PROJECTS / ACTIVITIES:
• Play ‘Place value – Game’.

JULY
CHAPTERS:
1. Geometry: Plane figures ( page 152, 153 ).
2. Subtraction of 2-digit and 3-digit numbers.

CONTENTS:
1. Plane figures
2. Properties of plane figures ( sides, corners )
3. Simple subtraction of 2-digit and 3-digit numbers.
4. Subtraction of 2-digit and 3-digit numbers (with borrowing).
5. Word problems based on Subtraction.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• To introduce the plane figures.
• To subtract whole numbers up to 3 digits with and without borrowing.
• To solve problems based on subtraction.

PROJECTS / ACTIVITIES:
• To draw/colour/cut various plane geometrical figures and stick them in the notebook.

AUGUST
CHAPTERS:
1. Subtraction (continued)
2. Geometry: Solid shapes ( page 154-157 ).
3. The calendar.

CONTENTS:
1. Word problems based on Subtraction
2. Solid shapes
3. Properties of solid shapes (curved face, flat face, edges, corners )
4. Straight and curved lines.
5. The calendar.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• To solve word problems based on Subtraction.
• To introduce solid figures (3-D figures).
• To identify straight and curved lines.
• 4. To learn to read the calendar.

PROJECTS / ACTIVITIES:
• To cut various solid geometrical figures which you see around and stick them in the notebook.

SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER
CHAPTERS:
1. Multiplication

CONTENTS:
1. Time tables
2. Multiplication using tables.
3. Simple multiplication of a 2-digit number by any 1-digit number.
4. Multiplication of a 2-digit number by any 1-digit number (with carrying).

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LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Introduce the concept of multiplication as repeated addition.
• Build up the multiplication tables from 2 to 9 and commit the related multiplication facts to memory.
• Solve word problems based on multiplication.

PROJECTS / ACTIVITIES
• Play a game ‘I Have’ based on multiplication.

NOVEMBER
CHAPTERS:
1. Multiplication
2. Time

CONTENTS:
1. Word problems based on multiplication.
2. Clock.
3. Interpreting time.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Time facts.
• Learn to read a clock and telling the time in 5 minutes interval.
• To draw clock hands showing the given time.


PROJECTS / ACTIVITIES:
• Play a game ‘Time-game’.

JANUARY
CHAPTERS:
1. Division

CONTENTS:
1. Division as repeated subtraction.
2. Division facts and multiplication facts.
3. Division using tables.
4. Long division with and without remainder.
5. Division with regrouping.
6. Word problems based on division.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Introduce the concept of division as repeated subtraction and regrouping.
• Recall multiplication facts and division facts with reference to the multiplication tables.
• To solve problems based on division.

PROJECTS / ACTIVITIES:
• Play a game of ‘Sharing and Grouping’.

FEBRUARY - MARCH
CHAPTERS:
1. Fractions.
2. Pictograph.
3. Measurement of Length.
4. Measurement of Weight.
5. Measurement of Capacity.

CONTENTS:
1. Introduction to fractions.
2. Half , one-third and quarter.
3. Fractions of shaded parts.
4. Representing numbers as pictures and vice versa.
5. Non-standard units of length.
6. Standard units of length.
7. Measurement of length using ruler.
8. Conversion of metre and centimetre into centimetre and vice versa.
9. Addition and subtraction of length without conversion.
10. Word problems based on Length.


11. Standard units of weight.
12. Addition and subtraction of weight without conversion.
13. Word problems based on Weight.
14. Standard units of Capacity.
15. Addition and subtraction of Capacity.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
1. To introduce the concept of fractions.
2. To represent a fraction by diagram.
3. To enable children to represent data by diagrams.
4. To introduce the standard and non-standard units of length.
5. Learn to use a ruler to measure length.
6. To convert a measurement in metres and centimetres into centimetres and vice versa.
7. To add / subtract lengths in compound units.
8. To solve word problems based on length.
9. To introduce the standard units of weight.
10. To convert a measurement in kilograms and grams into grams and vice versa.
11. To add / subtract weights in compound units.
12. To solve word problems based on weight
13. To introduce the standard units of capacity.
14. To add / subtract capacity in compound units.

PROJECTS / ACTIVITIES:
• Origami of Fractions.


E.V.S
APRIL
CONTENTS:
1. About Myself
2. My Body

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Enable children to talk about themselves and their special qualities.
• Help children identify and learn the various parts of their body and their functions.

ACTIVITIES:
• Children create their own visiting card by filling in the necessary details about themselves.
• Children will draw or stick pictures of the five sense organs and learn about their functions.

MAY
CONTENTS:
1. My Home.
2. My Family.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Highlight the importance of living in a clean and well ventilated house.
• Introduce the concept of joint family and nuclear family to children.
• Make children familiar with all relations in the family.

ACTIVITIES:
• Children will make a card about their dream house.
• Children will draw the pictures of a clean room and a dirty room.
• Children will make their family tree in the scrap book- Holiday Homework.

JULY
CONTENTS:
1. The living and non-living.
2. The plant world.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Explain the difference between living and non- living things.
• Familiarize children with different kinds of plants.
• Discuss the uses of different kinds of plants.
• Discuss the utility of different parts of the plants for different purposes.
• Highlight the various products that we obtain from different plants.

ACTIVITIES:
• Children will draw living and non- living things.
• Children will draw a plant and learn about its different parts and its functions.
• Children will collect different types of leaves and make a herbarium.
• Children will germinate seeds in garden and observe its growth.
• Children will draw the different products we obtain from plants.

AUGUST
CONTENTS:
1. The world of animals.
2. We need each other.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Familiarize children with the concepts of domestic and wild animals
• Bring out the uses of different types of animals
• Introduce the various animal sounds
• Explain how living beings are inter-dependent on each other
• Explain the fact that we must take care of all living creatures.

ACTIVITIES:
• Children will make a card on wild animals and write about them.
• Children will draw or stick pictures of their favourite pet animal and write about it.

SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER
CONTENTS:
1. Eating right, eating well.
2. Playing with Bumbles.
3. My school

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Introduce the concept of balanced diet to children and bring out the importance of including a variety of foods in our diet.
• Highlight the importance of games and exercise in our daily routine.
• Familiarize children with the various activities and functions of the school.


ACTIVITIES:
• Children will learn about the different food – groups and draw the foods in their notebook.
• Children will draw the Food Pyramid in their notebook.
• Children will plan their weekly menu (breakfast, lunch, or dinner) and make a list of the junk foods they eat.
• Children will make cards of indoor and outdoor games with a short write up and share information with the class.
• Children will draw the picture of their school and mapping the school.
• Children will make a list of the school rules and class rules which they will follow.
• To make a thanks giving card for the silent workers in the school.

NOVEMBER
CONTENTS:
1. My Neighbourhood

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Familiarize children with the important public services available in our neighbourhood.

ACTIVITIES:
• Children will draw or stick pictures of 5 things in their neighbourhood.
• Children will give a talk about different professions in class.
• Team work – to make a model of neighbourhood.

JANUARY
CONTENTS:
1.Shelter for everyone
2. Safety first.
3. Healthy habits.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Introduce the concept of various types of houses.
• Help children understand the importance of safety habits and rules.
• Explain the importance of good habits and list a few that children should follow.

ACTIVITIES:
• Children will draw the different types of houses and learn about them.
• Children will draw the traffic light and zebra crossing in their notebook.
• Children will make a collage on “Safety ” in the class. ( group activity)
• Children will draw 5 things that help to keep clean.
• Children will draw a poster on toilet manners.


FEBRUARY - MARCH
CONTENTS:
1. Being good
2. Looking after our world

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Highlight the importance of good habits and values for healthy living.
• Stress upon the importance of keeping our environment clean.

ACTIVITIES:
• Children will make cards of different good habits with a short write- up.
• Children will do role play to learn about different good habits like politeness, respectfulness, kindness, etc.
• Children will make a list of the causes of pollution.
• Children will stick pictures of different kinds of effects of pollution in their notebook.
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Can you please share the syllabus for ICSE Class1?
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