# Lesson Notes By Weeks and Term - Toddler

Oral Counting of Numbers 1 - 10

Subject: Number Work

Term: 1st Term

Week: 3

Class: Pre-K

Age:  3 years

Duration: 40 minutes of 3 periods

Date:

Topic: Oral counting of numbers 1 – 10

Content: Identification of clock wise, anti clock wise, stroke and dash

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

1. Identify  and 0
2. Trace and write  and 0
3. Sort things by their colours

Instructional Techniques: Explanation demonstration, illustration, example, question and answers

Instructional procedure

Periods 1 – 2: Oral counting of numbers 1 – 10, identification of clock wise, anti clock wise, stroke and dash

 Presentation Teachers Activity Pupils Activity Step (1)Introduction of the theme With the theme, house the teacher, introduces the topic with a song. The wise man build his house upon the rock Pupils pay attention 2Counting The teacher uses number chart and flash cards to count numbers 1 – 10 The pupils observe and participate 3Introduction of The teacher writes clock wise, anti-clock wise, stroke, a dash and number zero(0) on the board. Evaluation Identify these

Class work: As in evaluation

Conclusion: The teacher corrects their mistakes and applauds them.

Periods 2 and 3: Sorting things by colours

 Presentation Teachers Activity Pupils Activity Step (1)Review of the theme The teacher revisits the theme with a song, the wise man built his house upon the rock (3x) and the storm came and it stood. The pupils sing along with the teacher. 2Counting She counts numbers 1 – 10 Pupils counts 3 Tracing She traces number zero severally on the board and ask the pupils to do the same  0              0            0______    ______  ____________    ______  ____________    ______  ______ 4Sorting things by colours The teacher uses different colours of balls and make the pupils to sort out red and blue balls

Evaluation:    (1) Count the blue balls above __________

(2) There are __________ red balls

Class work:         As in evaluation

Conclusion: The teacher corrects their mistakes and applauds them.