Mid Term Test Revision Civic Education Kindergarten (Age 5) First Term Lesson Notes Week 6

Lesson Plan for Kindergarten Civic Education

Subject: Civic Education

Class: Kindergarten (Age 5)

Term: First Term

Week: 6

Topic: Revision

Duration: 40 minutes

Learning Objectives:

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

  1. Recall key concepts from previous lessons.
  2. Demonstrate understanding through activities and discussions.
  3. Answer questions related to the topics covered.

Learning Activities:

  1. Pupils participate in a recap of each topic covered so far.
  2. Pupils engage in interactive activities to reinforce their understanding.
  3. Pupils answer questions and participate in discussions about the topics.

Embedded Core Skills:

  • Communication and Collaboration
  • Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
  • Citizenship
  • Creativity

Learning Resources:

  • Audio-visual resources
  • Storybooks
  • Picture books
  • Musical instruments
  • Charts

Web Resources:

Lesson Plan Presentation

Set Induction:

  • Begin with a fun, interactive activity such as a simple song or game to engage the pupils.

Entry Behaviour:

  • Pupils have been introduced to concepts such as gender, games, sharing, songs, and folktales.

Building Background/Connection to Prior Knowledge:

  • Pupils have participated in activities and discussions on the topics.

Instructional Materials:

  • Storybooks, picture books, musical instruments, charts
  • Video clips from YouTube


  1. Revision of Topics:
    • Gender Issues in Child Care:
      • Meaning of gender and examples of gender differences.
    • Games:
      • Meaning of games, functions, and types (local and modern).
    • Sharing:
      • Meaning of sharing, items that can be shared, and benefits.
    • Songs:
      • Meaning of songs, organizing singing activities, composing/memorizing songs.
    • Folk Tales:
      • Meaning of folktales, telling stories, identifying lessons/morals.

Learning Activities:

  1. Recap of Topics:
    • Teacher reviews each topic with the class using storybooks, charts, and videos.
    • Pupils participate by sharing what they remember.
  2. Interactive Activities:
    • Group activities related to each topic (e.g., role-playing, singing, storytelling).
  3. Question and Answer Session:
    • Pupils answer questions related to each topic.
    • Teacher guides and corrects where necessary.

Presentation Steps:

Step 1: Recap Previous Topics

  • The teacher briefly reviews each of the topics covered so far.

Step 2: Interactive Activities

  • Pupils engage in activities related to each topic to reinforce their understanding.

Step 3: Discussion and Q&A

  • The teacher facilitates a discussion and asks questions to assess pupils’ understanding.

Teacher’s Activities:

  • Review key points from each topic.
  • Organize interactive activities.
  • Ask questions and provide feedback.

Learners’ Activities:

  • Participate in discussions and activities.
  • Answer questions.
  • Share their thoughts and experiences.


  1. What is gender?
  2. Name one game you play at school.
  3. What does sharing mean?
  4. Can you sing a part of your favorite song?
  5. What is a folktale?
  6. Why is it important to share?
  7. Name one local game.
  8. What did you learn from the folktale we heard?
  9. How do you feel when you sing with your friends?
  10. What is one lesson you learned from sharing?


  • The teacher checks pupils’ participation and understanding.
  • The teacher praises and corrects where necessary.

Evaluation Questions:

  1. What does “gender” mean?
  2. Name one item you can share with a friend.
  3. Why do we play games?
  4. Can you tell a short story?
  5. What is one benefit of sharing?
  6. Name a modern game you like.
  7. Why do we sing songs in school?
  8. What is a lesson you learned from a folktale?
  9. How do games help us learn?
  10. What is a song you like to sing?

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