Finish the Sentence

Subject :




Topic :

Finish the Sentence

Class :

KG 2


Term :

2nd Term


Week :

Week 11


Instructional Materials :

  • Wall Charts
  • Pictures
  • Textbook
  • Workbooks



Previous Knowledge :

The pupils have been taught


Meaning of Sentence


that was treated during the last lesson


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

  • say how to finish a sentence
  • finish a sentence properly
  • use simple sentences correctly
  • how to use finish in a sentence





Content :

This lesson is to teach the children how to make sentences. You might write the beginning of the sentences on the board and ask each child to complete it with whatever word or words they like.

You give them the beginning word———–

I like to——————————- (let the children use their own initiative to think out

words to complete it. ) you can hear things like “ I like to eat”, I like to sleep etc. At their age, they can not write, so the emphasis is on them saying it.

Introduce many different words for them to finish. Examples:

We will——————————————————

My mummy —————————————————-

I enjoy —————————————————————-

My mummy is ———————————————————-

This is a ———————————————————-

My friend ———————————————————–

My name is  ———————————————————-

The ball is ———————————————————-

The cup is ———————————————————-








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 :

You have to do a lot of practice on how to use letters to form words. After you introduce this lesson, you practice it all through the week. Ask the children to write three letters and join them together. It does not matter if the words make meaning or not. You want to know if they know the difference between letters and words.


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