Discovering Vocational Studies: A Primary 1 Journey ūüöÄ

Exploring Vocational Studies for Primary 1 Learners

Understanding Basic Concepts in Vocational Studies
In Primary 1, we begin to explore the exciting world of vocational studies. Let’s delve into some fundamental concepts that will help us understand various vocational aspects better.

Natural Sources of Light ūüĆě
Light from the sun is a natural source of light. It helps us see during the day and provides warmth to our planet.

Plants and Where They Grow ūüĆĪ
Plants grow on the ground. They need soil, water, and sunlight to grow healthy and strong.

Traffic Light Basics ūüö¶
Traffic lights have three colours: red, yellow, and green. These colours help control the movement of vehicles on the road.

Exploring Vocational Elements in Daily Life

Components of Soil ūüĆć
Soil contains many things like minerals, water, air, and tiny living organisms. It provides plants with nutrients to grow.

Types of Shops ūüŹ™
There are different types of shops where we can buy things. Some examples include grocery shops, stationery shops, and clothing shops.

Roles and Tools

  • Shopkeeper: A person who sells goods and services in a shop.
  • Farmer: Someone who practices farming and grows crops or raises animals.

Fun Facts and Engaging Activities

Primary Colours ūüé®
Primary colours are red, blue, and yellow. By mixing these colours, we can create many other colours.

Symbols of Nigeria ūüá≥ūüá¨
The Coat of Arms and the National Flag are important symbols of Nigeria. They represent the country’s unity and heritage.

Let’s Test Our Knowledge!

Quiz Time!

  1. What is a person who practices farming called?
    • a) Doctor
    • b) Farmer
    • c) Teacher
    • d) Pilot
  2. True or False: Plumbing is any system that conveys fluid for a wide range of applications.
    • a) True
    • b) False
  3. Name two types of shops.
    • a) Flower shops, Fruit shops, Vehicle shops
    • b) Grocery shops, Stationery shops, Clothing shops
    • c) Shoe shops, Hat shops, Toy shops
    • d) School shops, Playground shops, Library shops

Let‚Äôs continue exploring and learning together in our exciting journey through vocational studies! ūüĆü

Subject: Vocational Studies
Class: Primary 1

  1. A person who practices farming is called a farmer. ūüĆĺ
  2. Plumbing is any system that conveys fluid for a wide range of applications. FALSE.
  3. Artisans are divided into two categories.
  4. Trade is the act of buying and selling goods and services.
  5. A citizen is someone who has the right to live in a country. TRUE.
  6. Three types of shops are:
    • Grocery shops
    • Stationery shops
    • Clothing shops
  7. Hoe is used for weeding purposes. ūüöú
  8. A shopkeeper is a person who sells goods and services.
  9. We have two types of farming which are:
    • Crop farming
    • Animal farming
  10. Coat of Arms and the National Flag are symbols of Nigeria. TRUE.
  11. Hunting is practiced by a hunter.
  12. Two farm tools are:
    • Cutlass
    • Hoe

Simple Farm Tools or Instruments ( Pry 3 Second Term)

Subject: Vocational Studies
Class: Primary 1

A person who practice farming is called a ……………………………………………

Plumbing is any system that conveys fluid for wide range application.
TRUE or FALSE

Artisans are divided into ………………………………. Categories.

……………………………is the act of buying and selling goods and services.

A citizen is someone who has right to live in a country. TRUE or FALSE

Mention three types of shops.

…………………………………………………

…………………………………………………

………………………………………………..

………………………………………….is used for weeding.

A ………………………………………..is a person who sell goods and services.

How many types of farming do we have? …………………………………

Coat of Arms and the National Flag is a symbol of Nigeria. TRUE or FALSE.

Hunting is practiced by a ………………………………………

Mention two farm tools.

…………………………………………………….

…………………………………………………….

 

The Nigerian National Flag and The Coat of Arms

 

 

Vocational Studies for Primary 1:

  1. Q: What is a person who practices farming called?
    A: A person who practices farming is called a farmer.
  2. Q: True or False: Plumbing is any system that conveys fluid for a wide range of applications.
    A: False.
  3. Q: How are artisans divided?
    A: Artisans are divided into two categories.
  4. Q: What is trade?
    A: Trade is the act of buying and selling goods and services.
  5. Q: True or False: A citizen is someone who has the right to live in a country.
    A: True.
  6. Q: Name three types of shops.
    A: Grocery shops, Stationery shops, Clothing shops.
  7. Q: What is a hoe used for?
    A: A hoe is used for weeding.
  8. Q: What is a person called who sells goods and services?
    A: A person who sells goods and services is called a shopkeeper.
  9. Q: How many types of farming do we have?
    A: We have two types of farming: Crop farming and Animal farming.
  10. Q: True or False: The Coat of Arms and the National Flag are symbols of Nigeria.
    A: True.
  11. Q: Who practices hunting?
    A: Hunting is practiced by a hunter.
  12. Q: Name two farm tools.
    A: Cutlass, Rake.
  13. Q: What is the primary tool used for weeding on a farm?
    A: The primary tool used for weeding is a hoe.
  14. Q: What is the purpose of trade?
    A: The purpose of trade is to exchange goods and services for money.
  15. Q: How do citizens contribute to a country?
    A: Citizens contribute to a country by abiding by its laws and participating in its activities.

 

 

  1. person who practices farming is called a _______________. a) doctor b) farmer c) teacher d) pilot
  2. Plumbing is any system that conveys fluid for a wide range of applications. TRUE or FALSE? ___________. a) True b) red c) False d) yellow
  3. Artisans are divided into ______________ categories. a) three b) four c) two d) five
  4. ______________ is the act of buying and selling goods and services. a) Cooking b) Trade c) Sleeping d) Dancing
  5. A citizen is someone who has the right to live in a country. TRUE or FALSE? ___________. a) False b) True c) Red d) Blue
  6. Mention three types of shops. a) Flower shops, Fruit shops, Vehicle shops b) Grocery shops, Stationery shops, Clothing shops c) Shoe shops, Hat shops, Toy shops d) School shops, Playground shops, Library shops
  7. _____________ is used for weeding. a) Brush b) Shovel c) Hoe d) Hammer
  8. A ______________ is a person who sells goods and services. a) farmer b) doctor c) teacher d) shopkeeper
  9. How many types of farming do we have? a) Four b) Two c) Six d) Eight
  10. Coat of Arms and the National Flag is a symbol of Nigeria. TRUE or FALSE ___________. a) False b) True c) Red d) True
  11. Hunting is practiced by a ______________. a) doctor b) pilot c) hunter d) teacher
  12. Mention two farm tools. a) Car, Boat b) Cutlass, Rake c) Pen, Pencil d) Table, Chair
  13. ______________ is the mixture of gases and dust. a) Sunlight b) Wind c) Rain d) Air
  14. Plants grow on the ______________. a) roof b) ground c) wall d) tree
  15. Traffic light has ______________ colours. a) four b) three c) two

Conclusion:

In conclusion, our exploration of vocational studies for Primary 1 learners has been both enlightening and engaging. We have uncovered essential concepts such as natural sources of light, plant growth, traffic light basics, types of shops, and more. By understanding these fundamental aspects, young learners can develop a deeper appreciation for the world around them and the various vocations that shape our society.

Through hands-on activities, interactive quizzes, and colourful illustrations, we have made learning about vocational studies a fun and memorable experience. Encouraging curiosity, creativity, and critical thinking among our students lays a strong foundation for their future learning and career exploration.

As educators and learners alike, let us continue to foster a passion for discovery and learning in all aspects of life, including the diverse world of vocational studies. Together, we can inspire the next generation of farmers, shopkeepers, artisans, and professionals across various fields. Here‚Äôs to a bright and promising journey ahead in vocational studies and beyond! ūüĆü

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