Using describing words for food

Subject :


Letter Readiness

Topic :

Using describing words for food

Class :

KG 2


Term :

2nd Term


Week :

Week 5


Instructional Materials :

  • Wall Charts
  • Pictures
  • Textbook
  • Workbooks



Previous Knowledge :

The pupils have been taught


Spelling words phonetically


that was treated during the last lesson


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

  • Sound out two letter words
  • pronounce two letter words
  • copy two letter words correctly from the board
  •  Make short simple sentences with two letter words


Content :

This topic is to introduce the children to the skill of making sentences with the right adjectives when talking about food. We will be looking at the texture of food. Texture is how a food feels when you touch it. You will be able to teach the children the right way to describe specific foods.

We try to use examples of food that are common in our environment.

Young learner can use the following words to describe food 

  • creamy
  • crunchy
  • bitter
  • sour
  • sweet
  • delicious
  • yummy
  • bad
  • sugary
  • good
  • spicy
  • peppery
  • tasty,
  • appetizing,
  • scrumptious
  • , mouth-watering,
  • delightful,
  • lovely,
  • wonderful,
  • pleasant,
  • enjoyable,
  • appealing,
  • enchanting,
  • charming. etc





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


Evaluation :

Write out five words that can  be used to describe food

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  5. __________________________________________________


Conclusion :

The class teacher goes round to make sure that the pupils are actually writing and he or she corrects them when and where the need arises