Schemes of Work

• Guide children in naming parts of their body

e Let one child stand in front and others name his/her body parts as another child points at them

•Pictures of human body

•Pictures of human body parts •Charts

•Picture cards of body parts


•    Children should name certain common objects in their environment such as (cup. bed, chair )

•    Provide different pictures of common objects in the environment for children to identify and name

•    Help children to use their senses of sight and smell to identify objec+s and items which are harmless <' ,id non-poisonous

•Real objects in the classroom and environment •Picture of objects known to children

2.0 Classification

® Expose children to as many living things in their environment as possible for them to observe and classify

•Real objects crops ©Flowering plants •Insects and other small animals

Specimen of animals and plants

•    Guide children in the collection of assorted living things related to the theme being covered.

•    Ensure items (specimen) collected are non-poisonous and harmless to the children






•Harmless insects

•Sorting and grouping

j • Assist children in sorting the collected specimen according to colour and size. Such specimen can be (leaves, sticks, fruits, flowers, small harmless animals, stones)






•Harmless insects •Seeds

3. Experimentation

Involve children in performing simple experiments involving growth of plants, water and wind • Guide children in making