Creative Movement
  • is able to move around and freeze as instructed
  • is aware of different modes of walking
  • is able to respond to rhythm
  • moves freely in a given space
  • moves in groups of two or three 
  • is able to mime instances from real life through observation
  • is able to mime imaginary, fantasy situations
  • is able to use voice in at least three different ways: whispering, normal speech and shouting
  • is aware that he/she needs to be clearly understood in any way he/she speaks
  • is able to project different emotions through different uses of voice and speech
  • is able to narrate stories both in direct and indirect speech
  • is able to recognize the difference between prose and verse
  • respects punctuation remarks when reading from a script
  • is able to overcome shyness when facing an audience
  • is able to improvise different characters and scenes taken from family life, school life, the street, and public figures
  • is able to improves imaginary situations 
  • is able to handle props
  • is able to integrate movement and speech in creating given situations
  • is able to give different interpretations of the same character
  • recognizes different ways of making sounds e.g. Clapping, stamping
  • shows interest in the song being taught
  • pronounces the words of the song clearly
  • is able to identify high and low sounds and to sing them accordingly
  • uses appropriate facial expressions according to the mood of the song
  • uses appropriate movements according to the mood of the song
  • is aware that he/she is singing with others
  • is able to keep the time or rhythm using a percussion instrument
  • is able to clap rhythmically to the music
  • recognizes how sounds are used to create a different mood or effect
  • recognizes different instruments of an orchestra
  • is able to communicate and express himself/herself through drawing
  • is able to make simple structures in 3-D with some idea of form
  • is aware of the variety and quality of colours in the environment
  • able to make regular and irregular patterns and use them in his/her drawings
  • is able to create pictures, models from imagination and observation
  • is able to work in a group – practices group thinkin
  • is able to name different techniques and different tools used in sculpture, weaving, pottery, engraving etc.
  • is able to use colour to express different emotions