Week 
Lesson 
Strand 
Substrand 
Specific learning outcomes 
Key Inquiry questions 
Learning Experiences 
Learning Resources 
Assessment 
Remarks 
1 
1 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure capacity using fixed units 
What can you use to measure capacity of different containers? 
Learners in pairs/groups to use small containers of equal capacity to fill bigger containers of same capacity but different shapes with water and count the number of small containers used to fill them 
Containers Water Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book 2 page 83 
Observation Oral exercise 


2 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure capacity using fixed units 
What can you use to measure capacity of different containers 
Learners in pairs/groups to use small containers of equal capacity to fill bigger containers of same capacity but different shapes with water and count the number of small containers used to fill them 
Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book 2 page 83 Water Containers 
Observation writing exercise 


3 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure capacity using fixed units 
How many small containers were used? 
Learners to identify the number of small containers that they used to fill the big containers with water 
Container Water Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book 2 page 84 
Observation writing exercise 


4 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the liter as a unit of measuring capacity 
Which unit can we use to measure capacity? 
Learners in pairs/groups to use 1liter containers to fill big containers with water and count the number of liters used to fill the big containers 
1liter bottles/glasses Water drums Water Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book 2 page 84 
Observation 


5 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the liter as a unit of measuring capacity 
Which unit can we use to measure capacity? 
Learners in pairs/groups to use 1litre containers to fill big containers with water and count the number of liters used to fill the big containers 
Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 85 Water containers 
Observation Writing exercise 

2 
1 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure capacity in liters 
How many liters? 
Learners in pairs/groups to measure the capacity of different containers 
1liter containers 
Observation 


2 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure capacity in liters 
How many liters? 
Learners in pairs/groups to use large containers to fill 1litre containers 
Containers Cups /glasses Water 
Observation Writing exercise 


3 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure capacity in liters 
How many containers were used? 
Learners in pairs/groups to use large containers to fill 1litre containers 
Containers Cups /glasses Water Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 8890 
Observation Writing exercise 


4 
Measurement 
Capacity 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure capacity in liters 
How many liters are there? 
Learners to play games involving capacity 
Tablet/laptops Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 91 
Observation Oral exercises 


5 
Measurement 
Time 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to relate the months of the year with various activities 
In which month do you celebrate your birthday? 
Learners in pairs/groups to discuss activities that take place in the months of the year 
Charts Calendar Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 92 
Writing exercise Oral exercise 

3 
1 
Measurement 
Time 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to relate the months of the year with various activities 
In which month do we celebrate the new year? 
Learners in pairs/groups to discuss activities that take place in the months of the year 
Charts Calendar Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 9293 
Writing exercise Oral exercise 


2 
Measurement 
Time 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to recite the number of days in each month of the year 
Which month has the least number of days? 
Learners in pairs/groups to sing songs, rhymes related to number of days in the months of the year 
Calendar Charts Chalkboard Songs Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 94 
Oral exercise Recitation Singing 


3 
Measurement 
Time 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to recite the number of days in each month of the year 
Which months have the same number of days? 
Learners in pairs/groups to sing songs, rhymes related to number of days in the months of the year 
Calendar Charts Chalkboard Songs Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 94 
Oral exercise Recitation Singing 


4 
Measurement 
Time 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure time using arbitrary units 
At what time of the day is your shadow longest? 
Learners in pairs/groups to measure time taken to perform an activity using arbitrary units 
Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 95 Charts 
Observation Writing exercise 


5 
Measurement 
Time 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to measure time using arbitrary units 
At what time of the day is your shadow shortest? 
Learners in pairs/groups to measure time taken to perform an activity using arbitrary units 
Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 9596 Charts 
Observation Writing exercise 

4 
1 
Measurement 
Time 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the clock face 
Do you know a clock? 
Learners to observe a clock face and discuss the minute hand and the hour hand 
Clock Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 9798 
Observation 


2 
Measurement 
Time 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the clock face 
Where can you find a clock? 
Learners to observe a clock face and discuss the minute hand and the hour hand 
Clock Charts Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 9798 
Observation Oral exercise 


3 
Measurement 
Time 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read, tell and write time by hour 
What is the time? 
Learner to discus how to read tell and write time by the hour using both analog and digital clock 
Digital watch/clock Analog clock 
Observation Writing exercise Oral questions 


4 
Measurement 
Time 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read, tell and write time by hour 
What is the time? 
Learner to discuss how to read tell and write time by the hour using both analog and digital clock 
Digital watch/clock Analog clock 
Observation Writing exercise Oral questions 


5 
Measurement 
Money 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the Kenyan currency coins and notes up to ksh100 
How can you Identify different Kenya currencies? 
Learners in pairs/groups to sort out Kenyan currency coins and notes according to their features up to 100 
Coins note s Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 101 
Observation 

5 
1 
Measurement 
Money 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the Kenyan currency coins and notes up to ksh100 
Ho we sort and group different currencies? 
Learners in groups/pairs to put different coins and notes together and separate them according to their values and features 
Coins Notes Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 102 
Observation Oral exercise 


2 
Measurement 
Money 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count money in sh.1, sh.5, sh.10, sh.20, sh.40, sh.50 up to sh100 
How do we count different currencies? 
Learners in pairs/groups to count money in sh.5.sh.10, sh.20, sh.40, sh.50 up to sh.100 
Coins Notes Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 103 
Writing exercise oral exercise observation 


3 
Measurement 
Money 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to count money in sh.1, sh.5, sh.10, sh.20, sh.40, sh.50 up to sh100 
Can we find the value of currencies? 
Learners in pairs/groups to count money in sh.5.sh.10, sh.20, sh.40, sh.50 up to sh.100 
Coins Notes Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 103 
Writing exercise oral exercise observation 


4 
Measurement 
Money 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent same amount of money in different denominations 
How do we represent money of different denominations? 
Learners in pairs/groups to make same amount of money using different denominations 
Coins Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 104 
Oral exercise observation 


5 
Measurement 
Money 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to represent same amount of money in different denominations 
How do we represent money of different denominations? 
Learners in pairs/groups to make same amount of money using different denominations 
Coins Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 105 
Observation Writing exercise 

6 
1 
Measurement 
Money 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to relate money to goods and services up to sh,100 
How can you identify goods? 
Learners in groups to discuss items they cannot do without and those that are necessary but they can do without up to a value of sh.100 
Chalkboard Charts Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 106 
Observation Writing exercise 


2 
Measurement 
Money 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to differentiate between needs and wants in real life context 
How do you differentiate needs and wants? 
Learners in groups /pairs to classify needs and wants 
Work books Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 108 
Observation Writing exercise 


3 
Measurement 
Money 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to appreciate spending and saving of money in real life situations 
How can you save money? 
Learners to discuss the importance of saving Learners to play digital games involving money 
Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 109 
Writing exercise observation 


4 
Geometry 
Lines 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to draw and model straight lines 
What types of lines do you know? 
Learners in pairs/groups to model straight and curved lines using sticks plasticine /clay/paper Mache 
sticks plasticine /clay/paper Mache Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book2 page 111 
Observation Writing exercise 


5 
Geometry 
Lines 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to draw and model straight lines 
What types of lines do you know? 
Learners in pairs /groups to model straight and curved lines using strings 
Strings 
Observation Writing exercises 

7 
1 
Geometry 
Lines 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to draw and model curved lines 
What types of lines do you know? 
Learners in groups/pairs to model straight and curved lines by holding their hands Learners to model straight and curved lines using learner digital devices 
Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book 2 page 113 
Observation Oral exercise 


2 
Geometry 
Shapes 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify rectangles, circles, triangles, ovals and squares 
What shapes can you identify in your environment? 
Learners in pairs/groups to sort and group to discuss types of lines making different shapes 
Objects within the environment Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book 2 page 115 
0bservation Oral exercises 


3 
Geometry 
Shapes 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify rectangles, circles, triangles, ovals and squares 
What shapes can you identify in your environment? 
Learners in pairs/groups to discuss types of lines making different shapes 
Cartons Balls Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book 2 page 117 
Observation Writing exercise 


4 
Geometry 
Shapes 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to appreciate making patterns involving rectangles, circles, ovals and squares 
What shapes can you identify in your environment? 
Learners to make patterns of their choice using the five shapes Learners in groups to make patterns, color them and share with other groups 
Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book 2 page 118 
Writing exercise 


5 
Geometry 
Shapes 
By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to appreciate making patterns involving rectangles, circles, ovals and squares 
What shapes can you identify in your environment? 
Learners to make patterns of their choice using the five shapes Learners in groups to make patterns, color them and share with other groups 
Jkf primary mathematics learner’s activities book 2 page 119 
Observation Writing exercise 

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