Examination on Health Habits Topics Health Habits Kindergarten Age 5 First Term Lesson Notes Week 12 & 13

Examination Lesson Plan

Subject: Health Habits

Class: Kindergarten

Term: First Term

Week: Week 12 & 13

Age: 5 years

Topic: Examination on Health Habits Topics

Behavioural Objectives: By the end of the examination, pupils should be able to:

  1. Recall and apply knowledge from the lessons on Exercise, Sleep (Bed-time), Disposal of Waste, Compost, Recycling, and Cleanliness (School Uniform).
  2. Demonstrate understanding through written and oral responses.

Set Induction:
Review key points briefly and explain the examination process to the pupils to ensure they are comfortable and understand what is expected of them.

Entry Behaviour:
Pupils have completed revision and are familiar with the examination topics.

Learning Resources and Materials:

  • Examination sheets
  • Pencils and erasers
  • Answer sheets for short answer and theory questions

Building Background / Connection to Prior Knowledge:
Connect the examination questions to the lessons and activities completed over the term.

Embedded Core Skills:

  • Recall and memory skills
  • Critical thinking
  • Written communication
  • Listening and comprehension

Instructional Materials:

  • Examination sheets

Examination Content

Section A: Fill-in-the-Blank Questions with Options

  1. Exercise means _____ our bodies to stay healthy and strong.
    a) sleeping
    b) moving
    c) eating
    d) sitting
  2. The best bedtime for children is from _____ to _____.
    a) 9:00pm to 5:00am
    b) 10:00pm to 7:00am
    c) 8:00pm to 6:00am
    d) 6:00pm to 4:00am
  3. Compost is used as _____.
    a) food
    b) a toy
    c) a fertilizer
    d) water
  4. We can recycle _____.
    a) water
    b) sand
    c) books
    d) air
  5. Cleanliness means keeping ourselves and our surroundings _____.
    a) dirty
    b) clean
    c) noisy
    d) busy
  6. We wash our school uniform with _____.
    a) food
    b) soap and water
    c) sand
    d) toys
  7. Proper waste disposal prevents _____.
    a) bad odor and diseases
    b) happiness
    c) fun
    d) games
  8. Fruit scraps can be used to make _____.
    a) toys
    b) compost
    c) clothes
    d) cars
  9. Rinsing helps to remove _____.
    a) dirt
    b) soap
    c) leaves
    d) water
  10. Recycling helps to _____.
    a) create more waste
    b) save resources
    c) make a mess
    d) use more energy
  11. Before going to bed, we should _____.
    a) eat candy
    b) brush our teeth
    c) run around
    d) watch TV
  12. Solid waste includes items like _____.
    a) water
    b) paper
    c) air
    d) smoke
  13. We hang our uniform to _____.
    a) wash again
    b) dry
    c) iron
    d) fold
  14. Ironing the uniform helps to remove _____.
    a) soap
    b) water
    c) wrinkles
    d) buttons
  15. Recycling is turning waste materials into _____.
    a) food
    b) new products
    c) toys
    d) water

Section B: Short Answer Questions

  1. What does exercise help us do?
  2. Why is it important to go to bed at the right time?
  3. What can we make from fruit and vegetable scraps?
  4. Name one thing we should do before going to bed.
  5. How can we recycle plastic bottles?
  6. What is the importance of cleanliness?
  7. What should we do with metal cans?
  8. Why do we need to wash our school uniform?
  9. What is compost used for?
  10. How does recycling help the environment?

Section C: Theory Questions

  1. Explain the importance of proper waste disposal.
  2. Describe the steps to take care of a school uniform.
  3. Why is cleanliness important for our health?
  4. What are the benefits of composting for the environment?
  5. How does recycling help save resources?

Administration of the Examination

Teacher’s Activities:

  1. Distribute the examination sheets and ensure each pupil has a pencil and eraser.
  2. Explain each section of the examination, ensuring pupils understand how to answer the questions.
  3. Monitor the pupils as they complete the examination, providing assistance if needed.
  4. Collect the examination sheets after the allotted time.

Learners’ Activities:

  1. Listen to the teacher’s instructions.
  2. Complete each section of the examination to the best of their ability.
  3. Submit the completed examination sheet to the teacher.


  • Marking: The teacher will mark the examination sheets and provide feedback to the pupils.
  • Review: Discuss common mistakes and correct answers to reinforce learning.
  • Encouragement: Praise the pupils for their efforts and encourage continuous learning and application of health habits.

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