Schemes of Work

•Care for body parts

•Encourage children to learn to:

-Biow/ their nose using a handkerchief -Brush their teeth

•Wash their hands before eating food and after visiting the toilet •Wash their face, hands and feet •Cover their mouth when coughing or sneezing

•Through litter in the pit/dust bin-•Keep their nails short-•Comb their hair




•Brushes used in local environment •Tooth past


•Engage children in the observation of as many different objects in their environment as possible (For example their surface)-•Engage children in the process of identifying and naming different external parts of animals, plants and objects-

•Let the children observe and name as many different external parts of animals and plants as possible

•Objects in the environment I ‘Pictures ! ‘Flash cards j ’Pictures •Drawings •Plants ■


•Domestic animals in their natural environment •Children themselves


•Children should be exposed to as many living things and objects in their environment as possible

•Assorted objects in the environment


•Let the children make close observation of things they are exposed to •Children should observe the living things in their natural habitats

•Assorted objects in the environment •Haiiiiless insects •Bottles

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•Collection of specimens

•Guide children in the collection of several living things related to the theme

•For example small animals, small plants, fruits, leaves, flowers, small harmless animals

Assorted objects in the environment