Chimple aims to teach basic skills of literacy to anyone above the age of 3 years through interactive and engaging educational activities on the app. At present Chimple has two languages - English and Hindi in its curriculum. 

Chimple progresses from alphabet learning to phonics, word formation through sounds, sentence creation and basic grammar which will promote school readiness in children.

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English Curriculum

Chapters 1 to 4 ‘a to z’

Teaches lower case alphabet names and writing through interactive lesson plans. Intermittent quizzes are aimed at evaluation of the learner. Chimple isolates letters for children to understand them thoroughly. The first four chapters covers the alphabets a to z with the lessons being divided into groups of letters a - f g - l m - s t - z It includes identification of letter symbols, their names, and their tracing patterns in writing. It also includes the words related to the letters learnt.

Chapter 5 - Uppercase Alphabets

Includes lessons of uppercase alphabet reading and writing.

Chapter 6 - Alphabet Practice

This chapter focuses on linking the cases and showing the child that though the symbols are different, the sound they represent is the same.

Chapter 7 - Vowels

Chapter 7 reinforces the learning of vowels besides teaching specific sounds of vowels followed by writing.

Chapter 8 - Vowel Sounds

The learning of English reading progresses to ending, medial and beginning vowel sounds. The progression of words makes it easier for the child to read them easily with the help of the friend who gives audio output.

Chapter 9 - Phonic Sense

Phonic sense helps children understand the sounds of letters in the beginning, medial and ending of words. The sounds are isolated from the word for the child to understand it accurately.

Chapter 10 - Word Phonics

Word phonics isolates each sound of the word so that the child can understand the sound independently as well as when it is merged with other sounds to form a word.

Chapters 11 to 15 - Word Families

Chapters 11 - 15 introduce rhyming words to children. Since word families have a common feature or pattern in the end and they all rhyme, it makes reading them easy for our early readers. They have the same letter combinations which create similar sounds. They are wonderful tools for those new to reading and for learning of spellings.

Chapter 16 and 17 Sound Blends

Apart from vowels, consonants also blend to form sounds. Word blends form an important part in English literacy and they are crucial for development of reading and spellings prowess in a child. Chimple introduces blends in groups like those of h blends, r blends to make it easy for a child to understand before making it more challenging by mixing blending sounds.

Chapter 18 - Simple Dictionary

Through Simple Dictionary Chimple aims to develop students' vocabulary by encouraging curiosity about the meaning and use of unfamiliar words and promote the use of strategies that will help students find the meaning of unfamiliar words through images and their names.

Chapter 19 - Vocabulary Builder

At Chimple we believe that good reading comprehension requires two broad sets of abilities: word recognition and oral language comprehension. Each of these two elements includes a set of essential component skills which are specific to their own learning outcomes.The focus of Chimple is now on oral language comprehension where we plan to improve vocabulary proficiency , sentence creation and spoken language comprehension for the learner.

Chapter 20 - Scribble Words

The Chapter ensures that children get enough practice of tracing words. It reinforces learning of words which has happened in the previous chapters by helping the child to identify letters in a word besides identifying the name of each letter. It helps in applying the knowledge of letter-sound relationships, including knowledge of letter patterns, to correctly.

Chapter 21 - Tiny Typist

It is time for the students to practice typing letters and common words to increase their proficiency in digital skills. The child will learn typing on a qwerty keyboard which is important in our contemporary digital world. As children hear the sound read out-loud, see it on the screen and then type the corresponding key, the activity reinforces sound letter mapping skill in them.

Chapter 22 - Spellings

English spellings are the one of the foundational skills which is essential for successful written communication. Children have to learn proper ways to spell words in their early stages of learning, since a word learnt to spell wrong will have to be unlearned to learn right spellings.

Chapter 23 - Nouns

Grammar starts with the introduction of nouns in Chapter 23. The child will learn through interactive activities that Noun is a name of place, person, animals, or things. The 8 lessons are grouped in different objects the nouns represent to make learning easier for the child.

Chapter 24 - Pronouns

Through interesting gamified activities the boring grammar lessons become interesting and engaging for the child. Through 9 lessons under the chapter children will identify that pronouns are words which take the place of a noun in a sentence, such as: she, he, I, them, they, it etc. Going through the lessons the child will realize that the pronouns prevent repetition of nouns in a sentence making it compact and neat.

Chapter 25 - Action Words

Chapter 25 teachers children about verb - action words. Chimple keeps the learning simple and fun for children to make their learning experience joyful for them. Going through the lessons, children will learn about different forms of verbs that are an absolutely necessary part of sentences.

Chapter 26 - Articles

To make children understand the right usage of articles, Chimple dedicates a whole chapter for it with four lessons. The first lesson introduces article ‘the’, the second one ‘a’ and the third ‘an’ and their placement in sentences. The articles are grouped together so that the learning will be easier for the child.

Chapter 27 - Grammar

After specific grammar learning under chapters, the 27th chapter combines learning of Demonstrative words, Adverbs, Conjunctions, Opposites and Prepositions under the same chapters but different lessons. Since early learning doesn’t require detailed study of advanced English grammar, it is introduced to the learner without going in-depth and thorough learning of the subject.

Chapter 28 - Punctuation

For children below 8 years, it is sufficient to understand, period or full stop,spaces between words, capitalization of words and question marks. Chimple introduces children to basic punctuations in a sentence so that they become familiar with it.

Chapter 29 - Adjectives

Although explicit language and grammar in elementary school, it is important for students to learn about the most basic parts of speech, or grammatical forms, adjectives, its meaning and how to use it appropriately with nouns. The Chapter has 4 different lessons which helps students to understand different adjectives and why they are important.

Chapter 30 - Create Sentences

The chapter introduces students to different types of sentences like - declarative sentences, interrogative sentences, negative sentences, sentences starting with pronouns and proper nouns.

Math Curriculum

Chapter 1 - Numbers 1-5

Chimple handles each number individually through lessons which includes saying number name, writing numbers, counting, and recognizing a number of objects for a specific number. The first chapter has 5 lessons and 2 challenges for evaluating how well the child has understood the numbers and their number recognition skill.

Chapter 2 - Number Sense 1-5

The chapter Number Sense handles the numbers 1- 5 as a group rather than individually. Children will pair numbers with their representing number of objects, drag and drop numbers and arrange them in series.

Chapter 3 - Numbers 6 -10

The chapter follows the previous pattern where the child learns each number individually through lessons which includes saying number name, writing numbers, counting, and recognizing a number of objects for a specific number.

Chapter 4 - Number Sense 1-10

Number sense, or the basics of learning about numbers, is the first vital math skill a child must develop before starting school. Chimple encourages learning numbers through representation of pictures that represent the numbers under this chapter.

Chapter 5 - Beginners Shapes

Chimple gives lots of practice with shapes to learners which helps to solidify their understanding of the two-dimensional structures. Children will learn about shapes through matching them with their corresponding shapes, objects or names.

Chapter 6 - Numbers 11-20

The child learns each number individually through lessons which include saying number name, writing numbers, counting, and recognizing a number of objects for a specific number. Along with the previous skills, the skill of subitizing is included where the child will identify objects in groups.

Chapter 7 - Number Sense 11-20

The chapter fortifies the understanding of numbers the child has learned so far though the activity based lessons - Puzzle Time - Number Series - Number Order - Big to Small The chapter fills in any gaps in basic math skills that could have been missed in the chapters where numbers were given importance.

Chapter 8 -  Numbers 21-100

The child will speed through lessons and learn number names, what they represent and how to write them. The child can speed through these numbers with the concepts and skills acquired in previous chapters.

Chapter 9 - Number Sense 1 - 100

Chimple gives importance to the future of the child, rather than just making them appear good at math by reciting numbers. Hence, a great deal of attention is given to developing proper number sense in its progressive curriculum.

Chapter 10 - Addition Beginners

This chapter teaches the basics of addition. The chapter will teach the student how to add, sum or combine two or more numbers to make a new number - a total.

Chapter 11 - Subtraction Beginners

Through its engaging gamified activities, Chimple enables a child to understand the subtraction facts, without hours of rote memorization, counting on fingers, or flash cards.

Chapter 12 - 3 Digit Numbers

Children will learn how to write 3 digit numbers in the first lesson. Following that, they will breeze through the lesson by arranging the 3 digit numbers from 100 -999 in their order of number sequences.

Chapter 13 - Place Value

Teaches Place value and how the value of the number changes depending on their position in numbers which have more than 1 digit.