> Reading, writing and language:
> Alphabet, words based on phonics, speak more complex sentences, learns grammar, understands stories(beginning, middle, end)
> Concept of print
> Develop their comprehension skills
> Begin to write stories with some readable parts
> use capital letters and full stops for their sentences
> Write several sentences about their ideas or experiences.
> Add by counting all (using their fingers or objects), and subtract by counting backwards.
> Skip counting
> Organise objects into categories according to a variety of characteristics
> Can do quantification
> Can use ordinal numbers(1st to 5th) and identify which object is first, second, last
> Able to use comparative language such as ‘greater than’, ‘less than’ ,’equal ‘ to describe groups of objects
> Increasingly use mathematical language and linking their mathematical ideas
> Recognize shapes by matching shapes with other objects that have the same shape and size
> Uses a pencil or pen with the correct grip
> Often forms letters or numbers backwards
> Understand the importance of rules, and the simple reasons behind rules
> Understand relationships between objects
> Enjoys the opportunity to do ‘show and tell’ at school.
> Read simple picture books.