Guiding Little Minds: Nurturing Civic Understanding in Primary 1

Understanding Rules and Conduct

Importance of Rules

1. Punctuality Rule

Explain the meaning of punctuality and why it is important to come to school on time.

2. Stealing Habit

Discuss why stealing is a bad habit and how it goes against school rules.

Guidelines for Behaviour

3. Guidelines Definition

Explain that guidelines are rules that tell us how to behave in different situations, like being polite and sharing.

Government Rules

4. Government Rule: Paying Taxes

Discuss the concept of paying taxes as a rule citizens follow to support their country.

Consequences of Disobedience

5. Punishments for Disobeying

List and explain two punishments students may face for not following rules, such as time-out or losing privileges.

Family Rules

6. Obedience at Home

Discuss the importance of obeying parents or guardians at home and listening to their instructions.

Rewards of Obedience

7. Rewards for Good Behaviour

Highlight two rewards students receive for obeying rules, like praise from teachers or extra playtime.

Importance of Obedience

8. Obedience in School

Explain why being obedient in school is important for learning, safety, and having a happy classroom.

Misconceptions

9. School Rules Clarification

Clarify common misconceptions like coming late to school or fighting being acceptable behaviours.

Civic Responsibilities

10. Voting Importance

Discuss the significance of voting during elections as a civic duty and responsibility.

Classroom Rules

11. Examples of Classroom Rules

Provide two examples of classroom rules, such as raising hands before speaking and following teacher instructions.

Negative Behaviours

12. Fighting Consequences

Explain why fighting in school is not acceptable and the consequences it can lead to.

Subject: Civic Education
Class: Primary 1

One of the rules and regulations in the school is punctuality. TRUE or FALSE

Stealing in the school is a ……………………………. Habit.

…………………………… are guildelines that state how people should conduct hi or herself in any given situation.

One of of the rules and regulations in the government is to pay ………………………

State two punishments for not obeying rules and regulations.

…………………………………………………………………………………………..

…………………………………………………………………………………………..

We must be obedient to our …………………………. at home.

Mention two rewards of obeying rules and regulations.

…………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………….

Obedient is very necessary in the ………………………………………………..

Coming late to school is very good TRUE or FALSE

Voting during election is one of the rules and regulations of government. TRUE or FALSE

State two rules and regulations in the school.

………………………………………………………..

………………………………………………………..

Fighting in the school is very good. TRUE or FALSE

 

  1. Punctuality Rule:
    • One of the rules in school is punctuality, which means coming to school on time.
    • True or False: TRUE ✔️
  2. Stealing Habit:
    • Stealing in school is a bad habit.
    • Example: Taking someone else’s pencil without asking is stealing.
  3. Guidelines:
    • Rules and regulations are guidelines that tell us how to behave in different situations.
    • Example: Sharing toys with friends is a good behavior guideline.
  4. Government Rule:
    • One rule in government is to pay taxes, which helps the country.
    • Example: Adults pay taxes to the government.
  5. Punishments for Disobeying:
    • Two punishments for not obeying rules are:
      • Sitting quietly during playtime.
      • Getting a warning from a teacher.
  6. Obedience at Home:
    • We must be obedient to our parents at home by listening and following their instructions.
    • Example: Cleaning up toys when asked by parents.
  7. Rewards of Obedience:
    • Two rewards for obeying rules are:
      • Getting a star or sticker for good behavior.
      • Having more playtime with friends.
  8. Importance of Obedience:
    • Being obedient is very important in following rules and being a good student or child.
    • Example: Following classroom rules helps everyone learn better.
  9. Late to School:
    • Coming early to school is not good.
    • True or False: FALSE ❌
  10. Voting Rule:
    • Voting during elections is one of the rules in government.
    • True or False: TRUE ✔️
  11. School Rules:
    • Two rules in school are:
      • Raising hands before speaking in class.
      • Walking quietly in the corridors.
  12. Fighting in School:
    • Fighting in school is a good behavior.
    • True or False: FALSE ❌
  1. One of the rules and regulations in the school is punctuality. TRUE or FALSE? _______________. a) FALSE
    b) GOOD
    c) BAD
    d) SAD
  2. Stealing in the school is a _______________ Habit. a) GOOD
    b) BAD
    c) FUN
    d) TASTY
  3. _______________ are guidelines that state how people should conduct himself or herself in any given situation. a) TOYS
    b) RULES and regulations
    c) STORIES
    d) CARS
  4. One of the rules and regulations in the government is to pay _______________. a) TAXES
    b) GIFTS
    c) MONEY
    d) FAVORS
  5. State two punishments for not obeying rules and regulations. a) _______________
    b) _______________
    c) REWARDS
    d) CELEBRATIONS
  6. We must be obedient to our _______________ at home. a) FRIENDS
    b) TEACHERS
    c) PARENTS
    d) NEIGHBORS
  7. Mention two rewards of obeying rules and regulations. a) _______________
    b) _______________
    c) PUNISHMENTS
    d) WARNINGS
  8. Obedient is very necessary in the _______________. a) PLAYGROUND
    b) CLASSROOM
    c) BATHROOM
    d) KITCHEN
  9. Coming late to school is very _______________. TRUE or FALSE. a) GOOD
    b) BAD
    c) FUNNY
    d) EXCITING
  10. Voting during an election is one of the rules and regulations of government. TRUE or _______________. a) FALSE
    b) SAD
    c) HAPPY
    d) FUN
  11. State two rules and regulations in the school. a) _______________
    b) _______________
    c) STORIES
    d) TOYS
  12. Fighting in the school is very _______________. TRUE or FALSE. a) GOOD
    b) BAD
    c) FUN
    d) EXCITING
  13. Why is it important to obey rules at school? a) TO PLAY MORE
    b) TO LEARN BETTER
    c) TO GET IN TROUBLE
    d) TO EAT LUNCH
  14. What can happen if we don’t follow rules in school? a) WE MAY GET IN TROUBLE
    b) WE MAY EAT MORE
    c) WE MAY GET REWARDS
    d) WE MAY SLEEP MORE
  15. What are some ways we can show obedience at home? a) CLEANING UP TOYS
    b) EATING MORE CANDY
    c) NOT LISTENING TO PARENTS
    d) MAKING MORE NOISE

 

 

 

 

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