SUBJECT: Numeracy
TERM: 2^{nd} Term
Week: 6
CLASS – Nursery 2
AGE – 5 years
DURATION – 5 periods of 35 minutes each
TOPIC Counting/identification of numbers 1350
CONTENT – Writing 100190, Number endings. Fill in the missing number 100240. Days of the week. Measurement of height. 3x table. Subtraction of numbers Tens and units.
INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES – By the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to –
INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS – flash cards, charts, counters
INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES – Explanation, repetition, questions and answers
ENTRY BEHAVIOUR – The pupils can count numbers 1300 and spell numbers 160
SET INDUCTION –She uses number rhyme to arouse their interest
INSTRUCTIONAL PROCEDURE
PERIOD I: Counting numbers 1350 and writing 100190
STEPS  TEACHER’S ACTIVITY  PUPILS’ ACTIVITY 
I Introduction  The teacher reviews the previous lesson introduces the new topic  Pupils participate 
II Counting  Using the number chart, she counts number 1350 repeatedly.  Pupils repeat after her 
III Writing numbers  She counts and write numbers 100190 on the board; she also uses flashcards  Pupils count and write in their book 
IV Number ending  She writes the number endings on the board and also uses flashcards  Pupils count 
Evaluation  Count and write numbers 100190 

Conclusion
 She marks their books and corrects them where necessary 

PERIOD II& III: Measurement of height, days of the week, fill in the missing gaps
STEPS  TEACHER’S ACTIVITY  PUPILS’ ACTIVITY 
I Introduction  The teacher reviews the previous lesson introduces the new topic  Pupils participate 
II Measurement of Height  She tells them that height is how tall or short something is growing Example: 1. Which is taller?
A is taller than B B is shorter than A
2. Which is taller?
C D D is taller than C C is shorter than D  Pupils identify tall and short object 
III Days of the week  She writes on the board and explains to the pupils that there are seven days in one week which are Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 

IV Fill in the missing gaps  The teacher writes and fill in the missing gaps 100240 100 ______ 102 _____ 104 ____ 106 ______ 108 _____ 110 ____ 112 ______ 114 _____ 116 ____ 118 ______ 120 _____ 122 ____ 124 ______ 126 _____ 128 ____ 130 ______ 132 _____ 134 ____ 136 ______ 138 _____ 140 ____ 142 ______ 144 _____ 146 ____ 148 ______ 150 _____ 152 ____ 154 ______ 156 _____ 158 ____ 160 ______ 162 _____ 164 ____ 166 ______ 168 _____ 170 ____ 172 ______ 174 _____ 176 ____ 178 ______ 180 _____ 182 ____ 184 ______ 186 _____ 188 ____ 190 ______ 192 _____ 194 ____ 196 ______ 198 _____ 200 ____ 202 ______ 204 _____ 206 ____ 208 ______ 210 _____ 212 ____ 214 ______ 216 _____ 218 ____ 220 ______ 222 _____ 224 ____ 226 ______ 228 _____ 230 ____ 232 ______ 234 _____ 236 ____ 238 ______ 240 

Evaluation  1. Which is taller? a. b.
2. Fill in the missing gaps 100 ______ 102 _____ 104 ____ 106 ______ 108 _____ 110 ____ 112 ______ 114 _____ 116 ____ 118 ______ 120 _____ 122 ____ 124 ______ 126 _____ 128 ____ 130 ______ 132 _____ 134 ____ 136 ______ 138 _____ 140 ____ 142 ______ 144 _____ 146 ____ 148 ______ 150 _____ 152 ____ 154 ______ 156 _____ 158 ____ 160 ______ 162 _____ 164 ____ 166 ______ 168 _____ 170 ____ 172 ______ 174 _____ 176 ____ 178 ______ 180 _____ 182 ____ 184 ______ 186 _____ 188 ____ 190 ______ 192 _____ 194 ____ 196 ______ 198 _____ 200 ____ 202 ______ 204 _____ 206 ____ 208 ______ 210 _____ 212 ____ 214 ______ 216 _____ 218 ____ 220 ______ 222 _____ 224 ____ 226 ______ 228 _____ 230 ____ 232 ______ 234 _____ 236 ____ 238 ______ 240
3a. How many days do we have in a week? ______ b. Name the seven days of the week 

Conclusion
 She marks their books and corrects them where necessary 

PERIOD V: Tens and unitssubtraction of numbers, 3x table
STEPS  TEACHER’S ACTIVITY  PUPILS’ ACTIVITY 
I Introduction  The teacher reviews the basic shapes and introduces the new topic  Pupils respond 
II Subtraction of numbers  The teacher does simple subtraction of numbers tens and units 1. T U 5 6  3 4 _ 2__ 2
2. T U 5 9  3 0 2 9
 Pupils watch and listen 
III 3x table  She writes the 3x table on the board and recites it severally as the pupils recite after her 3 x 1 = 3 3 x 2 = 6 3 x 3 = 9 3 x 4 = 12 3 x 5 = 15 3 x 6 = 18 3 x 7 = 21 3 x 8 = 24 3 x 9 = 27 3 x 10 = 30 3 x 11 = 33 3 x 12 = 36  Pupils participate

Evaluation  Subtract 1. T U 6 5  3 5 ______
2. T U 5 6  4 3 _______ Complete the 3x table 3 x 5 = 3 x 6 = 3 x 7 = 3 x 8 = 

Conclusion
 She marks their books and corrects them where necessary 

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