# Introduction to Numbers 29 and 30 Number Work Nursery 2 First Term Lesson Notes Week 8

### Lesson Plan Presentation

Subject: Number Work
Class: Nursery 2
Term: First Term
Week: 8
Topic: Introduction to Numbers 29 and 30
Sub-topic: Reading, Tracing, Writing, Coloring, and Matching Numbers 29 and 30
Duration: 60 minutes

#### Behavioural Objectives

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

1. Read numbers 29 and 30.
2. Color the numbers 29 and 30.
3. Trace and write numbers 29 and 30.
4. Match the numbers 29 and 30 with appropriate objects.

• Read
• Trace
• Write
• Color
• Match

#### Entry Behaviour

Pupils can count, read, trace, and write numbers up to 28.

#### Learning Resources and Materials

• Number cards (29 and 30)
• Object cards (books, bags, apples, dogs)
• Pencils
• Tracing worksheets
• Writing worksheets
• Coloring materials
• Number charts
• Whiteboard and markers

#### Building Background / Connection to Prior Knowledge

• Pupils have learned numbers 1-28 in previous lessons.

• Counting
• Reading
• Writing
• Coloring
• Matching

#### Learning Materials

• Tracing worksheets
• Writing worksheets
• Coloring sheets
• Number and object cards
• Number charts

#### Reference Books

• Lagos State Scheme of Work
• Early Years Mathematics Textbook

#### Instructional Materials

• Whiteboard
• Markers
• Number and object cards
• Pencils
• Coloring materials
• Worksheets

### Content Presentation

Step 1: Review of Previous Topic

• Teacher’s Activities: The teacher revises numbers 27 and 28. Teacher asks pupils to count out loud from 1 to 28.
• Learners’ Activities: Pupils count numbers from 1 to 28 together.

Step 2: Introduction of New Topic

• Teacher’s Activities: The teacher introduces numbers 29 and 30 using number cards. Teacher shows number cards 29 and 30 and asks pupils to repeat each number.
• Learners’ Activities: Pupils repeat the numbers after the teacher.

Step 3: Practice Reading and Counting Numbers

• Teacher’s Activities: The teacher guides pupils to read numbers 29 and 30. Teacher then asks pupils to count from 1 to 30.
• Learners’ Activities: Pupils read and count numbers from 1 to 30 together.

Step 4: Practice Tracing and Writing Numbers

• Teacher’s Activities: The teacher gives tracing worksheets for numbers 29 and 30 and shows how to trace the numbers. Then, the teacher gives writing worksheets for pupils to practice writing the numbers.
• Learners’ Activities: Pupils trace and write numbers 29 and 30 on their worksheets.

Step 5: Coloring Numbers

• Teacher’s Activities: The teacher provides coloring sheets with the numbers 29 and 30. Teacher shows examples of how to color within the lines.
• Learners’ Activities: Pupils color the numbers 29 and 30 on their sheets.

Step 6: Matching Numbers to Objects

• Teacher’s Activities: The teacher shows object cards and number cards. Teacher asks pupils to match the correct number of objects to each number card, such as 29 books, 30 bags, etc.
• Learners’ Activities: Pupils match objects to the numbers 29 and 30.

### Teacher’s Activities

1. Revises numbers 27 and 28.
2. Introduces numbers 29 and 30.
3. Guides pupils in reading and counting numbers.
4. Distributes tracing and writing worksheets.
5. Assists pupils with tracing and writing.
6. Provides coloring sheets for coloring activities.
7. Provides number and object cards for matching.

### Learners’ Activities

1. Count numbers 1-28.
2. Repeat numbers 29 and 30.
3. Read and count numbers 1-30.
4. Trace and write numbers 29 and 30.
5. Color the numbers 29 and 30.
6. Match objects to numbers 29 and 30.

### Assessment

• Observe pupils reading and counting numbers.
• Check if pupils can trace and write numbers correctly.
• Check if pupils can color within the lines.
• Check if pupils can match objects to numbers correctly.

### Evaluation Questions

1. What comes after 28?
2. How do you read number 29?
3. Write the number 29.
4. Trace the number 30.
5. Match 29 objects to the correct number card.
6. What comes after 29?
7. Identify the number 30.
8. How many books match the number 29?
9. Write the number 30.
10. What comes before 30?

### Conclusion

• Teacher’s Activities: The teacher goes around to mark pupils’ work and gives feedback. Teacher corrects any mistakes and praises good efforts.
• Learners’ Activities: Pupils show their work to the teacher for marking and listen to feedback.
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