Vidyagama English Worksheets

The year 2020 has posed many challenging issues around the world. The whole world is
witnessing the results of COVID-19, it has affected all the sectors of the society and education is one among them. 

In the light of children’s educational need, the Karnataka Government has come up with a unique program called, ‘Vidyagama’, which is aimed to engage students to be in touch with their school and learning. In this program, the teacher required to go to child's house or the loaction where he/she lives and keep the child engaged with learning. As to this, there has been a considerable work being done by the Department of Education, Govt.of Karnataka. 

In order to cater the needs of the children in various subjects, the workable materials are at most needed at this point. Hence, in order to meet this need, Azim Premji Foundation's (APF) Team has come up with some worksheets to help the
children learn the English language. As to this, the core objective is to make the children read and write in English through the various worksheets with the help of the teacher.

The nature of English language is unique in its own sense. The language itself emerged out of various vernacular language and other languages like French, Latin, etc. Though it contains only twenty-six letters, it has got forty-four sounds. In order to get the proficiency in English language, developing the phonological awareness is most needed. Even the adults face problems in terms of accurate pronunciation and spellings of the words. Hence, developing the phonological awareness from the beginning is most effective in teaching the English language. This helps children in associating the corresponding sounds with the letters and helps further in reading and writing. These worksheets are framed to teach the alphabets and sounds of English language.

The worksheets compiled/developed by the APF Team give the basics of English language to the children. The central theme of these worksheets is to develop the phonological awareness and the students must be able to recognise the letters of alphabet.

Download the worksheets from the below links and help your students learn English.











Credits: Azim Premji Foundation - Shahapur


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