Below is the curriculum guide for the K to 12 Program. It is hosted on Google Drive and free to download. It covers the curriculum from Kindergarten, Grades 1 to 6 (Primary) and Grades 7-10 (Junior High School).
Updated curriculum guides (CG) are already available here:
K to 12: Kindergarten Curriculum Guide (CG) 2017
K to 12: Primary and Junior High School Curriculum Guides (CG) 2017
Updates for this article:
June 2023. If somebody is still looking for these old versions, direct download links are still available here: K to 12 Curriculum – Kindergarten, K to 12 Curriculum – Grades 1 to 10. Links below this post no longer work due to Google Drive security update.
May 2017. This post has been archived. Proceed to the new links above to get the newer curriculum guides.
July 25, 2016. Note: Please be reminded that these are curriculum guides only and not full modules for the respective subjects. These links are provided as-is and thus, I can’t give any further information or help you choose the right track or options you’ll gonna take for your studies. Also, support or questions regarding the availability and selection of elective subjects, tracks, etc. shall be handled by your respective educational institutions.
K to 12: Kindergarten, Grade 1 to 10 Curriculum Guide (CG) PDF Download
Newly fetched curriculum guides for 2017 are already available at K to 12: Kindergarten Curriculum Guide (CG) 2017 | K to 12: Primary and Junior High School Curriculum Guides (CG) 2017
If you still to view and download the older CG versions, you can do so. These PDF copies are fetched from the DepEd website last June 25, 2015. Press the link below:
Curriculum Guides (2013 Version)
Republic Act 10157, or “The Kindergarten Education Law” made Kindergarten the compulsory and mandatory entry stage to basic education. Section 2 of this Act provides that all five (5)-year old children shall be given equal opportunities for Kindergarten Education to effectively promote their physical, social, emotional and intellectual development, including values formation so they will be ready for school. This was so since the Department of Education (DepEd) believes that Kindergarten is the transition period from informal to formal literacy (Grades 1-12) considering that age five (5) is within the critical years where positive experiences must be nurtured to ascertain school readiness.
Various researches support that this is the period of greatest growth and development, when the brain develops most rapidly and almost at its fullest. It is also the stage when self- esteem, vision of the world and moral foundations are established. Teachers/parents/caregivers/adults should therefore be guided to facilitate explorations of our young learners in an engaging and creative curriculum that is developmentally appropriate which immerse them in meaningful experiences. Provision of varied play-based activities leads them to becoming emergent literates and, helps them to naturally acquire the competencies to develop holistically. They are able to understand the world by exploring their environment as they are encouraged to create and discover, that eventually leads them to becoming willing risk takers and ready to tackle formal school works.
Grade 1 to 10 (Primary education & Junior high school)
Subjects to be taken on Grade 1 to 6 (Primary Education) and Grade 7 to 10 (Junior High School):
|Edukasyong Pantahanan at Pangkabuhayan (EPP)|
|Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE)|
Note: TLE program can be taken between Grades 9 to 12. Click here to view details.
Original Source: http://www.deped.gov.ph/k-to-12/curriculum-guides