# Understanding and Comparing Lengths Number Work Kindergarten Age 5 First Term Lesson Notes Week 10

### Subject: Number Work

Class: Kindergarten

Term: First Term

Week: Week 10

Age: 5 years

Topic: Revision of Topics Covered So Far

Sub-topic: Revision Test

Duration: 45 minutes

Behavioural Objectives:

• Pupils will review and reinforce their understanding of the topics covered so far.
• Pupils will demonstrate their knowledge through a series of objective and short answer questions.

Key Words: Revision, test, number work

Set Induction: Today we will review everything we have learned this term. Are you ready to show what you know?

Entry Behaviour: Remember the topics weâ€™ve discussed, like numbers, shapes, time, and lengths?

Learning Resources and Materials:

• Previous lesson materials
• Flashcards
• Practice worksheets

Building Background/Connection to Prior Knowledge: We have learned a lot this term. Letâ€™s see how well we remember!

Embedded Core Skills:

• Communication and Collaboration
• Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

Learning Materials:

• Reference book: Lagos State Scheme of Work
• Practice worksheets

Instructional Materials:

• Whiteboard
• Marker
• Visual aids of previous topics

Content: We will review the topics of numbers (1-70), shapes, time, and length comparison.

Presentation:

Step 1: The teacher revises the key points of each topic covered this term:

• Numbers (1-70)
• Shapes (circle, triangle, square, rectangle)
• Time (oâ€™clock)
• Length comparison

Step 2: The teacher introduces the revision test.

Step 3: The teacher allows pupils to answer the questions and provides assistance when necessary.

Teacherâ€™s Activities:

• Review key concepts of the term.
• Distribute the revision test.
• Provide support and clarification during the test.

Learnersâ€™ Activities:

• Participate in the review.
• Complete the revision test.
• Ask questions if they need help.

Assessment:

### 30 Objective Questions

1. What comes after 15?
• a) 14
• b) 16
• c) 17
• d) 18
2. Which shape is round?
• a) Triangle
• b) Square
• c) Circle
• d) Rectangle
3. What is 2 oâ€™clock?
• a) When the hour hand is on 3
• b) When the hour hand is on 2
• c) When the minute hand is on 6
• d) When the minute hand is on 12
4. Which object is long?
• a) Eraser
• b) Pencil
• c) Coin
• d) Marble
5. How many sides does a square have?
• a) 3
• b) 4
• c) 5
• d) 6
6. What is the next number after 69?
• a) 68
• b) 70
• c) 71
• d) 72
7. Which number is missing: 1, 2, __, 4?
• a) 3
• b) 5
• c) 6
• d) 7
8. What shape has three sides?
• a) Circle
• b) Triangle
• c) Square
• d) Rectangle
9. What time is it when the hour hand is on 8 and the minute hand is on 12?
• a) 7 oâ€™clock
• b) 8 oâ€™clock
• c) 9 oâ€™clock
• d) 10 oâ€™clock
10. Which is taller, a chair or a table?
• a) Chair
• b) Table
• c) Both
• d) Neither
11. What is the first number in counting?
• a) 0
• b) 1
• c) 2
• d) 3
12. Which shape looks like a ball?
• a) Square
• b) Triangle
• c) Circle
• d) Rectangle
13. What time is it if the hour hand is on 10?
• a) 9 oâ€™clock
• b) 10 oâ€™clock
• c) 11 oâ€™clock
• d) 12 oâ€™clock
14. Which object is short?
• a) Rope
• b) Chalk
• c) Yardstick
• d) Broom
15. How many sides does a rectangle have?
• a) 3
• b) 4
• c) 5
• d) 6
16. What comes after 30?
• a) 29
• b) 31
• c) 32
• d) 33
17. Which number is missing: 51, 52, __, 54?
• a) 53
• b) 55
• c) 56
• d) 57
18. What shape has four equal sides?
• a) Circle
• b) Triangle
• c) Square
• d) Rectangle
19. What time is it when the hour hand is on 12 and the minute hand is on 12?
• a) 11 oâ€™clock
• b) 12 oâ€™clock
• c) 1 oâ€™clock
• d) 2 oâ€™clock
20. Which object is shorter, a pencil or a ruler?
• a) Pencil
• b) Ruler
• c) Both
• d) Neither
21. What comes after 45?
• a) 44
• b) 46
• c) 47
• d) 48
22. Which number is missing: 61, 62, __, 64?
• a) 63
• b) 65
• c) 66
• d) 67
23. What shape looks like a piece of pizza?
• a) Circle
• b) Triangle
• c) Square
• d) Rectangle
24. What time is it when the hour hand is on 3 and the minute hand is on 12?
• a) 2 oâ€™clock
• b) 3 oâ€™clock
• c) 4 oâ€™clock
• d) 5 oâ€™clock
25. Which object is longer, a book or a pencil?
• a) Book
• b) Pencil
• c) Both
• d) Neither
26. What comes after 58?
• a) 57
• b) 59
• c) 60
• d) 61
27. Which number is missing: 67, 68, __, 70?
• a) 69
• b) 71
• c) 72
• d) 73
28. What shape is a clock face?
• a) Circle
• b) Triangle
• c) Square
• d) Rectangle
29. What time is it when the hour hand is on 9 and the minute hand is on 12?
• a) 8 oâ€™clock
• b) 9 oâ€™clock
• c) 10 oâ€™clock
• d) 11 oâ€™clock
30. Which object is shorter, a crayon or a marker?
• a) Crayon
• b) Marker
• c) Both
• d) Neither

### Theory Questions

1. Draw the hands of a clock showing 6 oâ€™clock.
2. Name a shape that has three sides.
3. Write the number that comes after 49.
4. What is the shape of a piece of bread?
5. How many sides does a rectangle have?
6. What time is it when the hour hand is on 4 and the minute hand is on 12?
7. Which is taller, a tree or a bush?
8. Write the number that comes before 20.
9. Draw a circle and a square.
10. Compare the length of a rope and a string.

Conclusion: The teacher goes around to mark the test and provides feedback on the pupilsâ€™ understanding. This will help identify areas that need more practice.