Fun Revision Activities: Drawing Clocks and Currency Mathematics Primary 2 Third Term Lesson Notes Week 12

Subject: Mathematics

Class: Primary 2

Term: Third Term

Week: 12

Topic: Revision and Practical Activities

Sub-topic: Review of Concepts and Hands-On Activities

Duration: 80 minutes

Behavioral Objectives: By the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

  • Recall and review the main topics covered during the term.
  • Draw a clock face on cardboard and label the hour and minute hands.
  • Create and label images of Nigerian currency notes using paper and crayons.

Key Words: Clock, hour hand, minute hand, Nigerian currency, colors.

Entry Behavior: Pupils should have a basic understanding of time and how to read a clock, as well as familiarity with the appearance of Nigerian currency notes.

Learning Resources and Materials:

  • Cardboard, paper, scissors, glue, and crayons.
  • Examples of Nigerian currency notes.
  • Clock model or pictures of clocks.
  • Posters or drawings of currency notes.

Building Background / Connection to Prior Knowledge: Begin the lesson by revising previous topics, such as time and money. Ask pupils to recall what they learned and to identify key concepts.

Embedded Core Skills: Fine motor skills, critical thinking, creativity.

Learning Materials:

  • Clock face template on cardboard.
  • Paper and crayons for drawing currency notes.

Reference Books: Lagos State Scheme of Work and any additional textbooks on Mathematics.

Instructional Materials:

  • Model clock or pictures of clocks.
  • Examples of Nigerian currency notes.
  • Colored markers and crayons.

Content: The lesson will focus on revising key concepts and hands-on activities to solidify pupils’ understanding.

  1. Review What They Learned:
    • Start the class by asking students to recall the topics covered throughout the term.
    • Encourage them to share examples from each lesson. 😊
  2. Drawing a Big Circle on Cardboard:
    • Provide each student with a piece of cardboard and ask them to draw a big circle.
    • Have them use different colored paper to create hour and minute hands.
    • Instruct them to place the hands on the clock to show different times, such as 3 o’clock and 9:30. 🕒
  3. Labeling the Clock:
    • Teach students to label the clock with the hours and minutes using markers.
    • Ask them to practice telling time to the hour and half-hour. ⏰
  4. Creating Nigerian Currency Sizes:
    • Have students use paper to cut out shapes representing Nigerian currency sizes.
    • Provide pictures of different denominations of currency for reference.
    • Ask them to draw and label the pictures of each currency. 💵
  5. Coloring the Currency:
    • Give students crayons and have them color in the paper currencies.
    • Use this time to discuss the features of the different notes, such as the figures or symbols on them. 🎨
  6. Practical Exercises:
    • Ask students to simulate buying items with their paper currency. For example, pretend to buy a pencil with the appropriate amount of money.
    • Have them practice counting out change and determining the total cost. 💰

Class Activity Discussion

  1. What shape do you draw for a clock face?
    • A big circle.
  2. What are the hands on a clock called?
    • The short one is the hour hand, and the long one is the minute hand.
  3. What do you use to label the hour and minute hands?
    • Use different colors of cardboard.
  4. How many hours are there in a day?
    • 24 hours.
  5. What is the largest naira note in Nigerian currency?
    • N1,000 note.
  6. What materials do you use to make a clock face?
    • Cardboard, paper, and coloring materials.
  7. What does the minute hand show?
    • The minute hand shows the minutes past the hour.
  8. What currency notes should you draw and label?
    • Draw pictures of different Nigerian naira notes.
  9. What do you use to color your pictures of currency?
    • Use crayons.
  10. How many minutes are there in one hour?
    • 60 minutes.
  11. What is the color of the N200 note?
    • Green.
  12. How often does the hour hand move?
    • The hour hand moves every hour.
  13. How do you make the sizes of the currency?
    • Cut paper to the size of different currency notes.
  14. What is the color of the N50 note?
    • Blue.
  15. Why do you label the hour and minute hands on the clock?
    • To show which hand represents hours and which represents minutes.

Evaluation :

  1. The hour hand on the clock points to the number when it’s 3 o’clock. a. 12 b. 3 c. 6 d. 9
  2. The minute hand on the clock points to the number when it’s 15 minutes past the hour. a. 1 b. 3 c. 4 d. 5
  3. The shortest hand on the clock is called the hand. a. hour b. minute c. second d. day
  4. To make a clock face, you draw a big shape. a. square b. triangle c. circle d. rectangle
  5. The Nigerian currency has the naira sign, which is the letter. a. N b. R c. S d. G
  6. The 200 naira note is colored. a. red b. blue c. green d. orange
  7. The minute hand moves each minute. a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4
  8. The largest naira note is. a. N500 b. N200 c. N1000 d. N50
  9. The number of seconds in a minute is. a. 30 b. 45 c. 60 d. 100
  10. When the time is 12:00, it’s called. a. noon b. midnight c. 6 o’clock d. day
  11. A picture of currency can be drawn with a. a. marker b. crayon c. pencil d. all of the above
  12. The minute hand takes to make a full circle. a. 30 minutes b. 60 seconds c. 60 minutes d. 45 minutes
  13. The hand moves quickly around the clock. a. hour b. minute c. second d. day
  14. You use paper to cut out pictures of. a. shapes b. numbers c. colors d. currency
  15. The color of the N100 naira note is. a. red b. blue c. yellow d. green

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  • Step 1: The teacher revises the previous topic, which included topics such as reading time on clocks and understanding Nigerian currency. Ask questions to assess pupils’ prior knowledge.
  • Step 2: The teacher introduces the new topic of revision and practical activities. Explain the hands-on tasks that pupils will be doing, such as drawing a clock face and creating images of Nigerian currency notes.
  • Step 3: Allow pupils to work on the practical tasks in groups or individually. Monitor pupils as they work and provide guidance and corrections as needed.

Teacher’s Activities:

  • Guide pupils in drawing and labeling a clock face.
  • Assist pupils in creating images of Nigerian currency notes.
  • Encourage pupils to use different colors for the different parts of the clock and currency notes.

Learners’ Activities:

  • Draw a big circle on a cardboard to create a clock face and label the hour and minute hands using colored cardboard.
  • Use paper to cut out and draw images of Nigerian currency notes. Label the notes and color them with crayons.

Assessment: Observe pupils as they complete the tasks and provide feedback and corrections. Ask questions about the tasks to assess understanding.

Evaluation Questions:

  1. What is the hour hand on a clock?
  2. What is the minute hand on a clock?
  3. How many minutes are there in an hour?
  4. What are the colors of some Nigerian currency notes?
  5. How can you make a clock face on cardboard?
  6. What do you use to color the pictures of currency notes?
  7. What is the color of the N1000 note?
  8. Can you name different Nigerian currency notes?
  9. How do you label the hour and minute hands?
  10. How many hours are in a day?

Conclusion: The teacher goes around the room to check the pupils’ work, offering assistance and feedback as needed. Ensure that pupils understand the tasks and complete them accurately

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