Two Dimensional Shapes

Subject :

Number Readiness

Topic :

Matching numbers to quantities

Class :

KG 1

 

Term :

1st Term

 

Week :

Week 10

 

Instructional Materials :

  • Wall charts
  • Card boards
  • Textbooks
  • Workbooks

 

 

Previous Knowledge :

The pupils have been taught

 

Matching numbers to quantities

 

in their previous lesson

Behavioural Objectives :  At the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to

  • mention two dimensional shapes
  • give examples of two dimensional shapes

 

 

Content :

 

TWO DIMENSIONAL SHAPES:

 

 

This topic will bring back the knowledge of shapes taught in their previous class. In pre-nursery, they learnt how to associate shapes with every day item. We will start the topic on Two dimensional shapes by looking at circular shapes and squares around us.

 


 

CIRCULAR OBJECTS AND SQUARE AROUND US

When the kids hear the word ‘circle’ we want them to begin to picture various items with such shapes. This will make the learning long lasting.

  • PROMPTING QUESTION: What is a circle?

 

  • RESPONSE: A Circle is round, round and

A circle is like an orange, round and round. A circle is like a tyre, round and round.

A circle is like a ring, round and round.

 

 

DRAWING AND IDENTIFYING A CIRCLE

Circle shape is the easiest for children to identify and draw. Let the kids know that a circle does not have any side or corner.

 

 

 

Let all the kids draw a big circle.

 

 

 

 

Presentation

The topic is presented step by step

 

Step 1:

The class teacher revises the previous topics

 

Step 2.

He introduces the new topic

 

Step 3:

The class teacher allows the pupils to give their own examples and he corrects them when the needs arise

 

 

Class Activities 

Activity 2:

You can make the kids do one to one counting using clip cards. Have groups of picture of different objects representing different numbers.

Let the kids count, after counting each group of object, they pick the numeral and clip it to the group that has the right number.

 

SQUARES AROUND US

 

  • PROMPTING QUESTION: Do you know a square?

 

 

  • RESPONSE: Yes I A square has four sides, four equal sides. A slice of bread is square, four equal sides.

A carton is square, four equal sides.

Tile on the floor is square, four equal sides.

 

 

 IDENTIFYING THE SIDES OF A SQUARE Side 2

Side 1                          Side 3

 

 

Side 4

 

 

Show the children the four sides of a square. Ask every child in the class to identify the four sides.

You can give the kids paper to fold into a square shape. They can attempt drawing a square.

Draw different shapes including a square. Ask the kids to identify the square among the shapes.

 

 

 

 

Evaluation :

  1. Match Together 
  2. Draw lines to match capital letters together with small letters
  3. Numeracy CLASS: K.G.Second Term Examination
  4. Match letters with pictures


Conclusion
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The class teacher goes round to mark

 

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