Theme: Sports Ages: 4-5 years old Level: K1 (Numeracy…
Theme: Sports Ages: 4-5 years old Level: K1
Children will be able to toss the balls into the basket without giving up (tenacity).
3 identical baskets and 30 tennis balls.
Children will be able to count up to 10 using the tennis balls.
Toss ball game
Children will have to group themselves into 3 groups of 5. Afterwards, aim to toss 2 tennis balls into a large basket which is opposite their direction. During the activity, each group is supposed to count aloud as one ball successfully got tossed in the basket.
Children will share about their experiences and the difficulties they encounter after the activity.
Language and Literacy
Children will read aloud their words of encouragements to the class to show a kind gesture (kindness).
1 Franklin Plays the Game storybook, 15 Cut-out speech bubbles, and 15 markers.
Children will write words that encourage someone to persevere in what they are doing.
Identifying words to encourage others not to give up
Introduce the story of the ''Franklin Plays the Game'' during Big Group Circle Time. As the children discuss Franklin's team not winning in the end, engage them to share about the process while the team played the game.
Lead the children to imagine themselves participating in the game. What can they say to their team members to encourage team members to stay during the game. After that, write them down in the speech bubble given to them and get them to read their responses out loud to the class to encourage their peers.
Children will talk about their personal experiences with sports.
Motor skills development
Children will display a sense of marvel as they paint using their imagination.
5 boxes of paint, 5 small buckets with water, 15 paint brushes, 15 A4 art block paper and 5 sets of recycled newspaper.
Children will be able to use fine motor skills to paint their favourite sport.
Share your favourite sport
Children will be given time to paint their favourite type of sport in whichever way they desire. Afterwards, they will share with the class about their artwork as they talk about their favourite sport.
Children will share about their artwork to the class.
Aesthetics and Creative Expressions
Children display empathy as they listen to others and respect their views as they create their artwork.
Recycled materials (old newspapers, old cardboard, old pencils, old erasers, balloons, old clothes, used bottles, used containers...etc...) and glue.
Children will create a 3D art with recycled materials.
Create a 3D product that best represents a sport using recycled materials.
In groups of 5, children will use recycled materials given to create any 3D product that best represents a sport. Children will not be provided with further instructions as they start on the activity; however, they can approach teachers to ask any question they have. This will allow them to explore around the materials given and express their creativity through the artwork.
Children will present and talk about their working experiences along with their artwork.
Discovery of the World
Children will help one another as they work towards to complete the tasks given (kindness).
3 basketballs, 15 pencils and 15 A4 papers.
Observe and record the characteristics of the basketball.
All about basketball
In groups of 5, children will be given time to observe and record the characteristics of the basketball. After which, they will have to share their research to the rest of the class.
In groups, children will share their observations of the basketball with the class.