# Lesson Notes By Weeks and Term - Nursery 1

Oral counting and identification of 0 - 140

Subject: Numeracy

Term: 2nd Term

Week: 9

Class:       Nursery 1

Age: 4 years

Duration:  5 periods of 35 minutes each

Date:

Topic:        Oral Counting/ Identification of 0 – 140

Content:   Identification, writing and number endings 9 – 100, length height and weight, counting in set 1 – 15

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

1. Count number 1- 140 and number endings 9 - 100
2. Count in numbers in sets
3. Identify more or less volume
4. Identify weight, length and height

Instructional Materials: Counters, flash cards

Instructional Techniques: Explanation, demonstration, repetition, questions and answers

Entry Behaviour:  The teacher arouse them with number rhymes

Instructional procedure

Periods I, II and III: Counting of numbers, 140 number endings 9 – 100, counting in set 1-15

 Steps Teacher’s Activities Pupils Activities 1 With the aid of a chart the teacher counts numbers 1-140- repeatedly The pupils respond after her 2 She writes out the numbers on the board and count The pupils repeat after her 3 She teaches number endings 9 – 1009 – 10                  49 – 5019  - 20                59 – 6029 – 30                69 – 7039 – 40                79 – 8089 – 90                99 – 100 Pupils identify number ending 9 – 90 4 She counts in set to 15 as thus: Pupils identify numbers in set

Evaluation:

1. Count number 1 – 140
2. Write number endings 9 – 100
3. Count in sets

Conclusion: She corrects and marks their book

Periods IV and V: weight, length and height

 Steps Teacher’s Activities Pupils Activities 1 The teacher reviews the previous lesson and introduced the new one The pupils pay attention 2 She reminds them of the definition of weight(how heavy or light), height(how tall or short), length(how long and short)Example:WEIGHT LENGTHHEIGHT Pupils identify tall and short object

Evaluation: Pupils do more work in length, weight and height from their textbooks.

Conclusion: She marks and corrects their books