Mid Term Test Physical Development Kindergarten Age 5 First Term Lesson Notes Week 6

Subject: Physical Development

Class: Kindergarten

Term: First Term

Week: Week 6

Topic: Mid Term Test

Duration: 30 minutes

Behavioural Objectives:

  • Assess understanding and skills learned in previous lessons.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and application of physical development activities.

Set Induction: Welcome back, everyone! Today, we will have a fun test to see how well we remember and can perform the activities we’ve learned so far.

Entry Behaviour: Students have been participating in various physical development activities over the past few weeks.

Building Background / Connection to Prior Knowledge: We’ve learned about different movements and activities like the crab walk, hopping on one leg, and targeting with soft balls. Today, we’ll review and test our skills.

Embedded Core Skills:

  • Gross motor skills
  • Coordination
  • Balance

Learning Resources and Materials:

  • Soft balls
  • Open space for movement
  • Mats or cushions for students to sit on

Instructional Materials:

  • Visual aids showing different activities
  • Cones or markers for hopping lines
  • Water bottles for hydration


  1. Review of previous activities: crab walk, hopping on one leg, targeting with soft balls.
  2. Explanation of the test format and activities.

Explanation of Mid Term Test: The test will include three main activities to assess our physical skills:

  1. Crab Walk: Move like a crab across a designated space.
  2. Hopping on One Leg: Hop on one leg in place and in a straight line.
  3. Targeting: Throw and catch soft balls with a partner.

Fill-in-Blank Questions:

  1. The crab walk helps improve our ______. a) drawing skills b) gross motor skills c) reading abilities d) cooking skills
  2. When hopping on one leg, we should use our ______. a) hands b) ears c) feet d) nose
  3. Targeting involves ______ soft balls to each other. a) kicking b) throwing c) bouncing d) hitting
  4. It’s important to ______ after playtime. a) wash our hands b) eat candy c) watch TV d) sleep
  5. Drinking plenty of ______ helps us stay hydrated. a) soda b) water c) juice d) milk
  6. Coordination helps us ______ our movements. a) improve b) forget c) ignore d) weaken
  7. Balance is important to keep us from ______. a) falling b) jumping c) running d) sitting
  8. Hopping on one leg helps strengthen our ______. a) arm muscles b) leg muscles c) ear muscles d) eye muscles
  9. The crab walk is similar to the movement of a ______. a) bird b) fish c) crab d) cat
  10. When we play targeting games, we improve our ______ skills. a) hand-eye coordination b) sleeping c) singing d) cooking

Class Activity Discussion :

  1. Why do we do a mid-term test?
    • Answer: To see how well we’ve learned and can perform our physical activities.
  2. What is the crab walk?
    • Answer: A movement where we move sideways like a crab.
  3. How do we hop on one leg?
    • Answer: We lift one foot off the ground and hop on the other.
  4. What does targeting involve?
    • Answer: Throwing and catching soft balls with a friend.
  5. Why is balance important?
    • Answer: It helps us stay upright and not fall.
  6. How does hopping help us?
    • Answer: It strengthens our leg muscles and improves coordination.
  7. What should we do after playing?
    • Answer: Wash our hands and drink water.
  8. Can we play targeting games indoors?
    • Answer: Yes, if there’s enough space and it’s safe.
  9. How do we improve coordination?
    • Answer: By practicing different physical activities.
  10. Why should we drink water?
    • Answer: To stay hydrated and healthy.


  1. Step 1: Review: Let’s review the activities we’ve learned: crab walk, hopping on one leg, and targeting with soft balls.
  2. Step 2: Explain Test: I’ll explain how we’ll do our mid-term test. We will perform each activity one by one.
  3. Step 3: Activity Performance: Now, let’s start our test. First, we’ll do the crab walk, then hop on one leg, and finally, target with soft balls.

Teacher’s Activities:

  • Explain and demonstrate each test activity.
  • Guide students through the test, providing support and encouragement.
  • Ensure a safe and supportive environment for all students.

Learners’ Activities:

  • Perform the crab walk, hopping on one leg, and targeting activities.
  • Listen to instructions and try their best in each activity.

Assessment: Observe students’ performance in each activity to assess their coordination, balance, and gross motor skills.

Conclusion: Today, we did a fantastic job in our mid-term test! We showed our skills in the crab walk, hopping on one leg, and targeting with soft balls. Keep practicing these activities at home to get even better. Remember to wash your hands after playtime and drink plenty of water. Great work, everyone!

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