Representation of Objects with number

Representation of Objects with number


Subject  :  Phonological Awareness / Phonics /Diction


Class: Basic 1 / Primary 1 / Year 1


Term: Second   Term / 2nd Term


Week: Week 3



Representation of Objects with number


Previous Knowledge: The pupils have previous knowledge of



Pronunciation of I, J, K and L words

that was taught in their previous lesson.



Behavioural  Objectives : At the end of the lesson, learners will be able to

  • Count objects
  • Represent objects with their various number



Instructional Materials 

  • Wall charts
  • Pictures
  • Online Resource
  • Textbooks
  • Laptop
  • Jolly Phonics Materials
  • Sound system
  • Bluetooth speaker 🔊


Methods of Teaching 

  • Role modelling
  • Questions and Answers
  • Explanation
  • Discussion
  • Recitation
  • Imitation
  • Story Telling
  • Dramatization



Speech Work 

Representing of objects with numbers

Countable objects are solid objects that we can hold and count. These objects that we can count are associated with real numbers or figures to denote or show how many of them that we have.

Hence we can say that we have the following

  1. There is one cup on the table
  2. She has two bags
  3. We have three books
  4. I have two eyes
  5. The four kittens litter the bin



Vocabulary New words 

  1. Shop
  2. Ship sheep
  3. Chicken
  4. Pillow
  5. Feet



Explanation of written instructions

  • Come here
  • Go out
  • Sit down
  • Jump up
  • Dance



Indicating plurals of objects

Plurals of objects are used to refer to objects that are more than one. They may be four, eight, ten or fifty. Once they are more than one, then they are in plural forms

Examples are

One desk – Two desks

One ruler – four rulers

One book – eight books

One bag – seven bags




Introduction of three letter words by spelling and blending of letters to pronounce the words

  • Cat
  • Fat
  • Rat
  • Mat
  • Sat
  • Pat
  • Bat
  • Hat



Presentation  : 

The topic is presented step by step

Step 1 : The class teacher revises the old topic

Step 2 : The class teacher introduces the new topic

Step 3 : The class teacher allows the pupils to give their own contributions and gives room for pupils” participation


Class Teacher And Pupils Activities. Interaction or Participation 

This involves class teacher and pupils’ interaction, conversation, imitation or modeling through discussion, play method or just by recitation or asking and answering questions that are related to the topic that has just been taught

  • The class teacher makes pupils to identify these sound letters
  • The class teacher makes the pupils to pronounce the sounds




Write out the plural forms of these words

  • Cat –
  • Mat –
  • Rat-

Fill the gaps with either four, nine or eight

  • We saw ____ rats under the mat
  • My mummy has ___ hats
  • There are ___ cups on the table


Previous Lesson 

Pronunciation of I, J, K and L words


Next Lesson

Pronunciation practice of three letter words