# Lesson Notes By Weeks and Term - Toddler

Oral Counting of Numbers 1 - 10

Subject: Number Work

Term: 1st Term

Week: 4

Class: Pre-K

Age:  3 years

Duration: 40 minutes of 3 periods

Date:

Topic: Oral counting of numbers 1 – 10

Content: Introduction of 1.

Identification, tracing, writing, colouring of objects in relation to 1, sorting of balls by colour (Red), shape (circle)

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

1. Count number 1 - 10
2. Identify 1
3. Colour, trace and write 1

Instructional Techniques: Explanation, repetition, example and questioning

Instructional procedure

Periods 1 and 2: Oral counting of numbers 1 – 10, introduction and identification of number 1

 Presentation Teachers Activity Pupils Activity Step (1)Introduction of the theme Using the constructed house the teacher introduces the theme with a house song The Pupils pay attention and sing along Step (2)Identification and counting The teacher displays flash cards  number 1-10 and count severally The pupils counts. Introducing of 1 The teacher using flash cards introduces 1 The pupil’s response

Evaluation: -1.  Zero means _______________

1. Count these 0, 1

Class work: - As in evaluation.

Conclusion: - The teacher corrects and applauds pupils

Periods 3: Sorting of balls by colours (red), Shape (circle)

 Presentation Teachers Activity Pupils Activity Step 1Review of the theme the teacher revisits the theme with the house song Pupil’s sing along Step 2sorting balls by colour and shape The teacher drops ball of different colours in a basket and call the pupils one after the other to pick red balls to another basket after using different objects to teach colour red Pupil’s participate Step 3Shape She uses zero to teach circle, as she uses flash cards of (0) and asks them what zero means ___________She draws the shape on the board. Pupil’s identify

Evaluation: -1. Identify this object and its colour

1. Draw a circle

Class work: - As in evaluation

Conclusion: - The teacher corrects them where necessary and mark their books