Week 
Lesson 
Strand 
Lesson 
Specific Learning Outcomes 
Key Inquiry Questions 
Learning Experiences 
Learning Resources 
Assessment 
Remarks 
1 
1 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to sort and group different objects according same size 
How can we group objects of the same size 
Learners in pairs/groups to collect different types of objects. Learners in pairs/groups to sort objects with the same attributes and group them together. 

Observe how learners collect, sort and group objects. 


2 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to sort and group different objects according to color. 
How can we group items having different colors? 
Learners in pairs/groups to sort objects with same colors and group them together. Learners in groups /pairs collecting and presenting different objects of differentcolors 

Observe how learners collect, sort and group objects of different colors Giving out in class exercise 


3 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to sort and group items according to shape 
How can we group items having different shapes? 
Learners in pairs/groups to collect different types of objects of different shapes. Learners in groups/pairs to sort objects with same shape 

Observe learners collecting and sorting different items



4 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to sort and group items of different sizes 
How can we sort and group items having different sizes? 
Learners in pairs/groups sorting and grouping items of same sizes and grouping them together 

Observe learners collecting, sorting and grouping items according to their shapes 


5 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to; sort and group different items according to their use 
How can we group items according to their use? 
Learners in pairs/groups to collect different types of safe objects Learners in pairs/groups sorting items of the same use and group them together 

Observe learners collecting, sorting and grouping different objects 

2 
1 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to should be able to represent number up to 10 using objects

How do you represent numbers using objects 
Learners in groups/pairs to represent numbers up to 10 using objects. guide learners to fill inthe tables 

Observing the learners sort different items according to shape, size and color. 


3 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to pair and match objects in the environment 
How can we pair and match objects? 
Learners in pairs/groups to play digital games involving sorting and grouping objects according to different attributes 

Giving matching exercise in class Observing learners play the matching games 


4 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to pair and match objects to establish ‘equal to’ ‘more than’ and ‘less than’ and same as 
How do you identify less than? How do you identify ‘more than’? How do you identify ‘same’ 
Learners in groups/pairs to pair and match objects to establish less than and more than Learners in pairs/groups to pair and match objects to establish same as 

In class exercise Observing learners counting objects 


5 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to pair and match objects to establish “one less than” 
How do you identify ‘one less than’? 
Learners in pairs/groups to pair and match objects to establish those ones that are ‘one less than’ 

In class exercise Observation 

3 
1 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to order and sequence objects in ascending order 
What is an ascending order? 
Learners in pairs/groups to order objects according to size from smallest to biggest 

Observing learners ordering items from smallest to biggest 


2 
Number 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: order and sequence objects from the biggest to the smallest (descending order) 
How ca we order objects from the biggest to the smallest 
Learners in pairs/groups to collect objects of different sizes Learners in pairs/groups to order objects according to size from the biggest to smallest 

In class exercise Observing learners doing the ordering of objects from the biggest to the smallest 


3 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: make patterns using real objects 
How do you make patterns? How do you identify patterns? 
Learners in pairs/small groups to identify patterns from any given source Learners in pairs/groups to make patterns using real objects 

Observing learners making patterns Exercise on patterns in groups 


4 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the leaner should be able to recite number names in order up to 50 
How many? 
Learner to recite number names up to 50 Learners in small groups to bring sticks and stones from outside the class for counting 

Counting along with learners Observing learners count objects Oral counting by learners 


5 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent numbers 130 using concrete objects 
How many? 
Learners to represent concreteobjects as well as their body parts 

Observe learners count concrete objects 

4 
1 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: demonstrate through counting that a group in all situations has only one count 
How do you count this? 
Learners to demonstrate that any given group has only one count 

Observe learners count objects of different groups In class exercise



2 
Numbers 
Number concept 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to appreciate the use of sorting and grouping items in day to day activities 
How do we sort objects in our environment? 
Learners in pairs/groups to collect and sort litter in the environment and put in various groups according to an attribute of their choice and give reasons for grouping 

Observing learners collecting and sorting litter in the school compound 


3 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count numbers 1’s and 2’s. 
How can we count in 1’s and 2’s? 
Learners in pairs/groups to count by 1’s and 2’s up to 10 starting from any point using concrete objects as well as body parts. 

In class exercise Observing learners count objects in 1’s and 2’s 


4 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count numbers 3’s and 4’s. 
How can we count in 3’s and 4’s? 
Learners in pairs/groups to count by 1’s and 2’s up to 10 starting from any point using concrete objects as well as body parts. 

Observing learners counting objects 


5 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count numbers 5’s and 6’s. 
Is it possible to count in 5’s and 6’s? 
Learners to take turns in counting by 5’s and 6’s? Learners in pairs/groups to count by 1’s and 2’s up to 10 starting from any point using concrete objects up to 50 

Observe learners counting body parts and other objects In class exercise 

5 
1 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count numbers and backward from 100 in 10’s, 
How many ways can we count backwards from 100? 
Learners to take turns in counting to 100 Learners to count backwards from 100 to 1


Oral questions



2 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count numbers and backward from 100 and forward to 100 
Can we count from 100 to 1? 
Learners in pairs/groups to play games that involve counting up to 100 and back Learners to take turns in counting to 100 Learners to count backwards from 100 to 1 

Counting orally



3 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count any concrete object that ranges from 1 to 100 
How many? 
Learners in pairs or small groups to count trees, classes and other concrete objects found outside the class room and inside the class 

Observing learners moving around and counting concrete objects in their groups 


4 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent numbers 150 using concrete objects 
How many do you see? 
Learners to walk around and count any concrete object they can see within the school environment 

Observe learners walking around and counting every concrete object they see 


5 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: identify place value of ones and tens 
How do we identify place values? 
Learners to identify place value of ones and tens Learners in pairs /groups to identify place values of the given numbers by the teacher 



6 
1 
numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify place value of ones and tens 
How do you identify the place value of your age? 
Learners to give the place value of their ages and the ages of their friends 

Oral presentation of place value of ages Writing exercise in class 


2 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read and write numbers 150 in symbols 
How do we write number 150? 
Learners to recite number 150 in symbols 

Oral recitation of numbers from 150 in symbols Writing exercise of numbers from 150 in class 


3 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to Write numbers 110 in words 
How do we write in words? 
Learners to practice writing numbers 110 in words


Writing exercise in class Observe learners as they write numbers in words. 


4 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to Write numbers 110 in words 
How do we write in words? 
Learners to practice writing numbers 110 in words


Writing exercise in class Observe learners as they write numbers in words. 


5 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to Write numbers 110 in words 
How do we write numbers in words? 
Learners in pairs to write down numbers in words in turns and read them out to class 

Writing exercise in class Oral presentation of numbers in words 

7 
1 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify missing numbers in number patterns up to 20 
How do we find missing numbers? 
Learners to identify missing numbers in number patterns up to 20 

Observing learners identifying missing numbers In class exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify missing numbers in number patterns up to 20 
What is the next number in the pattern? 
Learners in pairs /groups to identify the next numbers in the given patterns 

Writing class exercise



3 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify missing numbers in number patterns up to 20 
How do you find the missing number? 
Learners in groups to find the missing numbers orally by asking each other Learners to identify missing numbers in number pattern up to 20 

In class representation of group work



4 
Numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to appreciate number patterns by creating and extending patterns during play activities 
How can we create a pattern? 
Learners in pairs/groups to patterns with numbers up to 20 and share with other groups. Learners to play digital games involving whole numbers 

Observe how learners create patterns and share with others and play digital games involving whole numbers 


5 
numbers 
Whole numbers 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to appreciate number patterns by creating and extending patterns during play activities 
How can we get a missing number at a cashier place? 
Learners to role play a cashier in day today life activities such as a cashier counting 5shilling coins 

Observing learners finding out the missing amounts at a cashier’s place 

8 
1 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the leaner should be able to model addition as putting objects together 
How can you add objects? 
Learners in pairs groups to put two groups of objects and count to the total 

Oral questions Observing learners adding objects together 


2 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the leaner should be able to model addition as putting objects together 
How many are they together? 
Learners to learners in groups /pairs to model addition using concrete objects 

Oral questions Observing learners putting together different objects they have in class 


3 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the leaner should be able to: model addition as putting objects together 
How can we put them together? 
Leaners to put together items on pictures and on charts Learners to identify different objects and them up 

Observe learners add up objects from charts In class exercise 


4 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to model addition as putting objects together 
How many are they altogether? 
Learners to get out in groups /pairs to count the concrete objects outside the class and add them up Learners to play games that involves adding numbers of scores together 

Observe learners moving and adding up objects Oral counting and adding of numbers 


5 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: use ‘+’ and ‘=’ signs in writing addition sentences 
How can you use ‘+’ and ‘=’ signs in addition? 
Learners to practices writing the + and = in addition 

Writing exercise involving + and = signs 

9 
1 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: use ‘+’ and ‘=’ signs in writing addition sentences 
How many? 
Learners to use ‘+’ and = signs in writing addition sentences 

In class writing exercise 


2 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: use ‘+’ and ‘=’ signs in writing addition sentences 
How many? 
Learners to use’+’ and ‘=’ signs in adding different objects within the class 

In class oral presentations Writing exercises 


3 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: use ‘+’ and ‘=’ signs in writing addition sentences 
How do you add two singles numbers by skipping a number line? 
Learners to add two single digit numbers by skipping on a number line 

Writing exercises



4 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: use ‘+’ and ‘=’ signs in writing addition sentences 
What should be added next? 
Learners to add two single digit numbers by skipping on a number line of numbers adding up to 10 

Writing exercise 


5 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to add 2single digit numbers up to a sum of 10 
How do we add a 1 digit number to another 1 digit number? 
Learners to ad 2digit single numbers using the family of 10 

Inclass exercises 

10 
1 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the substrand, the learner should be able to add 2single digit numbers up to a sum of 10 
In how many ways can we add single digits that add to 10? 
Learners in pairs/groups of not more than 10 to gather themselves and find their total number according to their gender etc. Learners to count and add objects within the class that are not more than ten. 

Observe how learners gather themselves and find their total numbers Oral presentation of objects counted 


2 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the substrand, the learner should be able to add 2single digit numbers up to a sum of 10 
How many do we get? 
Learners to add 2single digits by counting on 

Oral exercise [individual] 


3 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the substrand, the learner should be able to add 2single digit numbers up to a sum of 10 
How many single digits can be added up to get10? 
Leaners in pairs /groups to come up with single digits that can be added up to get 10 only 




4 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: add 3single digit numbers up to a sum of 10 in different contexts 
Which 3 digits do you think we can add to get 10or less than 10? 
Learners to add 3 single digit numbers by counting on 

Writing exercises 


5 
Numbers 
Addition 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to: add 3single digit numbers up to a sum of 10 in different contexts 
Which three digits can be added to sum up ten? 
Learners in pairs /groups to identify 3 digits in each group that can be added to get 10 or a number less than 10 

Writing in class exercises 

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