YEAR 1 NON TB : GIANT ALPHABET TREE WITH FLOWER FOLDABLES

LEARNING OUTLINES 1) Students sit with their group members. 2) Students recall the alphabet they have learned. 3) Teacher distributes parts of tree posters and few flower foldables  to each group . ( this one will depend on the numbers of students and the number of groups that you have in your class..please adjust accordingly…

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YEAR 1 UNIT 3 : I LIKE / I DON’T LIKE – GALLERY WALK

LEARNING OUTLINE Students revise their prerequisite knowledge on animals. Teacher shows flashcard and the pupils read the words. Teacher distributes worksheets to the students. Teacher pastes the flashcards around the classroom. Students do the gallery walk and write the animals that they like and don’t like. Then, students complete one simple text by filling in…

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YEAR 1 UNIT 2 : WHAT’S IN MY BAG?

LEARNING OUTLINE Students recall their previous knowledge on Unit 2 : At school Teacher introduces sentence structures. This is my bag. There are ____________________, ___________________,_______________, and _______________________ in my bag. I bring my bag to school every school day. Students write their own sentences and decorate their flipbag My students’ work DOWNLOAD THE FLIPBAG TEMPLATE…

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YEAR 1 UNIT 3 : CAMOUFLAGE MAT

Hi all…this activity is inspired by Teacher Dilla. I came across Teacher Dilla’s lesson on the concept of camouflage and I really love her brilliant idea. She asked her students to do camouflage arts by pasting animal shape they have cut onto a similar patterned background (She used gift wrappers with  geometric pattern). Then, the students asked their friends…

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YEAR 1 UNIT 1 : BUTTERFLY COLOUR CHART – PRIMARY AND SECONDARY COLOURS

LEARNING OUTLINES Students recall about primary and secondary colours. Students point out to the objects that have the colour mentioned by teacher. Students colour the objects in the given worksheet based on primary and secondary colours. They are given the freedom to choose the colour they want for the objects. Students stick the object on…

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