Revision Physical Development Kindergarten Age 5 First Term Lesson Notes Week 10 and 11

Subject: Physical Development

Class: Kindergarten

Term: First Term

Week: Week 10 and 11

Topic: Revision

Duration: 30 minutes per session

Behavioural Objectives:

By the end of the revision lessons, pupils should be able to:

  • Recall and demonstrate various physical activities learned in the term.
  • Show improved gross motor skills.
  • Participate in group activities and games with enthusiasm.

Set Induction:

Hello, children! Today and next week, we will review all the fun physical activities we learned this term. Let’s see how much we remember and how well we can do them!

Entry Behaviour:

Students have participated in various physical development activities throughout the term.

Building Background / Connection to Prior Knowledge:

We have learned different skills like hopping, climbing, kicking, and building with blocks. Now, we will review these activities and see how well we remember them.

Embedded Core Skills:

  • Gross motor skills
  • Coordination
  • Teamwork
  • Memory recall

Learning Resources and Materials:

  • Soft toy blocks
  • Soccer ball
  • Whistle
  • Empty cartons for goal posts
  • Cones
  • Markers
  • Slides and climbing equipment
  • Flashcards
  • Printable worksheets

Instructional Materials:

  • Visual aids showing different activities
  • Video clips of previous lessons


  1. Review of each physical activity learned during the term.
  2. Demonstration and practice of:
    • Hopping
    • Climbing
    • Kicking and shooting
    • Building with blocks
    • Crab walk
  3. Group activities and games incorporating all learned skills.


Revision is important to help us remember and improve our skills. We will go through all the activities we learned this term and practice them together. This will help us become better at each activity.

Revision Questions:

  1. We use our ______ to hop. a) hands b) feet c) head d) nose
  2. Climbing helps improve our ______ skills. a) gross motor b) reading c) singing d) writing
  3. We kick the soccer ball with our ______. a) feet b) hands c) ears d) mouth
  4. Building blocks helps us learn about ______. a) colors b) smells c) sounds d) tastes
  5. The crab walk is done using our ______ and feet. a) hands b) eyes c) mouth d) ears
  6. A soccer game has a ______ to start and stop the game. a) whistle b) bell c) drum d) horn
  7. We balance on one leg when we ______. a) hop b) crawl c) swim d) sing
  8. Climbing helps us develop our ______. a) strength b) appetite c) sleep d) drawing
  9. Soft toy blocks are used to build ______. a) structures b) songs c) books d) clothes
  10. We drink a lot of ______ to stay healthy. a) water b) juice c) soda d) milk

Class Activity Discussion:

  1. Why is revision important?
    • Answer: It helps us remember and improve our skills.
  2. What skills do we practice in hopping?
    • Answer: We practice balancing on one leg and jumping.
  3. How does climbing help us?
    • Answer: It improves our strength and coordination.
  4. What do we use to play soccer?
    • Answer: We use a soccer ball and our feet.
  5. How do we build with blocks?
    • Answer: We use toy blocks to create different structures.
  6. What is the crab walk?
    • Answer: It is a way of moving using our hands and feet like a crab.
  7. Why do we use a whistle in soccer?
    • Answer: To start and stop the game.
  8. What do we need to stay hydrated?
    • Answer: We need to drink a lot of water.
  9. How does playing with blocks help us?
    • Answer: It helps us learn about colors and shapes.
  10. What should we do after playing outside?
    • Answer: We should wash our hands.


  1. Step 1: Introduction: Today and next week, we will review all the physical activities we learned this term. Let’s see how well we remember and can perform them.
  2. Step 2: Demonstration: I will show you each activity we learned. Watch closely and then we will practice together.
  3. Step 3: Guided Practice: We will practice each activity in groups. Remember to have fun and help each other.

Teacher’s Activities:

  • Demonstrate each activity learned during the term.
  • Guide and assist students as they practice.
  • Ensure all students participate and follow the rules.

Learners’ Activities:

  • Observe the demonstrations and listen to instructions.
  • Practice each activity in groups.
  • Participate in games and group activities.


Observe students’ ability to recall and perform each activity, and their participation in group activities.


Over the past two weeks, we reviewed all the fun activities we learned this term. We practiced hopping, climbing, kicking, shooting, building with blocks, and the crab walk. Great job, everyone! Keep practicing these skills and stay active.

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