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Lesson plan science kinder

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Lesson plan science kinder

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Lesson plan science kinder

  1. 1. A SEMI-DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN SCIENCE-KINDER Demonstrator : Lorna M. Maylon Date : I. OBJECTIVES : at the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to: 1. Identify animals that live on land, on water and both on land and water; 2. Give examples of animals that live on land, water and both on land and water; and 3. Explain ways on how to show kindness to animals. II. SUBJECT MATTER: “Habitat of Animals” REFERENCE: 40 – Week Curriculum for Kindergarten MATERIALS: pictures, realia, strips, box, chart III. PROCEDURE: A. Review: Let the pupils recall the sounds of different animals. Let them sing the song “Kitty, Kitty meow!” B. Motivation: Show pictures of different animals in different habitats. Let the pupils describe each picture. Ask: Where does this animal live? C. Presentation: Today we are going to find out what animals live on land, on water and both on land and water D. Discussion: Show the pupils a box. Let them guess what’s inside the box. Let the pupils get one object from the box and give the name of each animal. Let the pupils place the toy animals in their habitat on the pocket chart. Say: Where does the fish live? What will happen if these animals will not be feed. How will you show kindness to these animals? E. Generalization: What animals live on land? Who can give me animals that live on water? How about animals that live on both land and water?
  2. 2. F. Application: Group Activity: Let each group select the pictures of animals according to habitat indicated on their chart. Live on Land Live on Water IV.EVALUATION: Directions: Write L if the animal lives on land, W if the animal lives on water and LW if the animal lives on land and water. ______1. ______2. ______3. ______4. ______5. V. ASSIGNMENT: Draw one animal for each number. 1. An animal that lives on land 2. An animal that lives on water 3. An animal that lives both on land and water. Live on both land and water
  3. 3. A SEMI-DETAILED LESSON PLAN IN SCIENCE-KINDER Demonstrator : Lorna M. Maylon Date : II. OBJECTIVES : at the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to: 4. Identify fruits and vegetables; 5. Classify pictures as fruits or vegetables; and 6. Explain the importance of eating fruits and vegetables. II. SUBJECT MATTER: “Fruits and Vegetables” REFERENCE: 40 – Week Curriculum for Kindergarten MATERIALS: pictures, real objects, charts and strips III. PROCEDURE: G. Preparation: Let the pupils sing the song “Fruit Salad”. H. Motivation: I have here some things on the table.What are they? As you can see, these things are group into two. These things belong to group A. While these things belong to group B. What can you say about group A? How about Group B? I. Presentation: Can you guess what our lesson will be this morning? Today we are going to talk about fruits and vegetables. J. Discussion: Show each fruit and vegetable to the class. Let them identify which are fruits and which are vegetables. Exercise: Let the children put the fruit cut-outs on the tree and the vegetable cut-outs on the vine. Why should we eat fruits & vegetables? K. Generalization: Who can give examples of fruits? What are examples of vegetables?
  4. 4. L. Application: Group Activity: Let each group classify the fruits and vegetables byplacing the pictures on the appropriate column. FRUITS VEGETABLES IV.EVALUATION: Write V for Vegetables and F for fruits. ______1. ______2. _______2. ______3. ______4. ______5. V. ASSIGNMENT: Draw your favorite fruit or vegetable on your science notebook.

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