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Grade 1 First Periodical Test All Subjects

Grade 1 First Periodical test

Grade 1 First Periodical Test All Subjects

Grade 1 First Periodical test

What is first periodical test?

A first periodical test for Grade 1 is an evaluation conducted early in the academic term to assess students’ understanding of the initial course materials. It serves as a benchmark to gauge their grasp of the subject matter and provides valuable feedback to both students and teachers. These tests are typically held after the first few weeks of a course and cover the material introduced during that period.

The topics covered in the first periodical test for Grade 1 in the K-12 curriculum may vary depending on the school or educational institution, as well as the specific regional or national curriculum standards. However, I can provide a general list of topics that are typically included in the first periodical test for Grade 1 students:

The topics covered in the first periodical test for Grade 1 in the K-12 curriculum may vary depending on the school or educational institution, as well as the specific regional or national curriculum standards. However, I can provide a general list of topics that are typically included in the first periodical test for Grade 1 students:

  1. Language Arts:

    • Letter recognition and phonics
    • Basic sight words
    • Reading comprehension (simple sentences)
    • Writing and forming letters
    • Vocabulary development
  2. Mathematics:

    • Counting numbers 1-100
    • Number recognition and writing
    • Addition and subtraction (within 10)
    • Shapes and patterns
    • Measurement (length, weight, capacity)

     3. Science:

    • Living and non-living things
    • Basic plant and animal characteristics
    • Seasons and weather
    • Senses (sight, hearing, taste, touch, smell) 
    • 4. Social Studies:
      • Family and community
      • Basic map and globe awareness
      • Citizenship and values
      • Holidays and traditions

5. Values Education:

    • Good manners and right conduct
    • Respect and cooperation
    • Personal hygiene and safety 
    • 6.
    • Physical Education:
      • Basic motor skills (running, jumping, etc.)
      • Physical fitness and health

        7. Music and Arts:

        • Basic music concepts (rhythm, melody)

Creative arts (drawing, coloring, crafts)

8. Filipino (for Philippine curriculum):

          • Letter recognition and phonics (Baybayin for Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education)
          • Basic sight words in Filipino
          • Reading comprehension (simple sentences in Filipino)
          • Writing and forming letters in Filipino
          • Vocabulary development in Filipino
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