# Lesson Notes By Weeks and Term - Nursery 1

Oral counting and identification of 0 - 10

Subject: Numeracy

Term: 1st Term

Week: 1

Class: Nursery 1

Age: 4 years

Date:

Topic: Oral counting and identification of 0-10

Content: Writing of numbers 0-5 four, 4 basic shapes and colours.

Theme:   Trees

Instructional objectives: By the end of the lesson the pupils should be able to:

1. Identify and count numbers 1-10 placed on the apple tree
2. Write numbers 0-5
3. Identify four (4) basic shapes and colours

Instructional Techniques: Repetition and explanation, play way method, question and answers.

Instructional materials: Numbers chart, tree chart, flash card, colour chart.

Entry Behaviour:  The pupils can count numbers rhyme to arouse their interest

Instructional procedure:

Periods I and II: Counting and identification of numbers 1-10

 Steps Teachers’ Activities Pupils Activities 1. The teacher uses tree chart to count numbers 1-10 repeatedly and also write it on the board. Thus1   2   3    4    5    6     7     8     9    10 The pupils repeated after her 2. The teacher displays the tree number chart and allow the pupils to identify The pupils identify Evaluation: The teacher ask the pupils the following question1.   Count  numbers 1-102.   Identify numbers 1-10 from the tree numbers chart3.   Write numbers 0-5 Conclusion: The teacher corrects and commend them positively

PERIODS III AND IV: Four basic shapes.

 Steps Teacher’s Activities Pupils Activities 1. The teacher revises oral counting of numbers 1-10 The pupils repeated after her 2. The teacher displays a cut out of four basic shapes: circle, rectangle and triangle, she also mentions their names 3. She draws the shapes on the board and mention their names repeatedly Evaluation: The teacher asks the pupils to do the following1.   Mention the four 4 basic shapes2.   Touch and identify the four basic shape Conclusion: The teacher corrects  and commends them

PERIOD V: Colours – green, red, yellow and brown

 Steps Teacher’s Activities Pupils Activities 1. The teacher reviews the four basic shapes The pupils listen 2. The teacher introduces the colour by using objects that has the natural colour, red, yellow, green and brown The pupils listen and learn 3. The teacher displays the shapes that has those colours Evaluation: The teacher ask the pupils the following question1.Mention and identify these colours; red yellow, green and brown2. Colour the four basic shapes as specified Conclusion: The teacher commends them positively.