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Federal Reception Curriculum for Pre-Nursery (Age 1 – 3 Years), Language Curriculum for Montessori School Schemeofwork.com

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Reception One Curriculum Federal Term One LanguageExamples of rhyme Language Curriculum Term One (Age-1-2 years)CULTURAL CURRICULUM TERM ONEPRACTICAL LIFE CURRICULUM/EXERCISE TERM ONE         ContentSENSORIAL CURRICULUM / EXERCISE TERM ONE  Content        RECEPTION ONE CURRICULUM TERM TWOART/CRAFT CULTURAL CURRICULUM / EXERCISE TERM TWOLANGUAGE CURRICULUM TERM TWO             Content                                 MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM TERM TWO                        RECEPTION ONE CURRICULUM TERM THREE                      PRACTICAL LIFE CURRICULUM/ EXERCISE TERM THREE                          SENSORIAL CURRICULUM/EXERCISE                      CULTURAL CURRICULUM/ EXERCISEHISTORY Reception Two Curriculum Federal                      MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM TERM ONE                      SENSORIAL CURRICULUM/ EXERCISES                PRACTICAL LIFE CURRICULUM/ EXERCISE TERM ONE                CULTURAL CURRICULUM/EXERCISE                        RECEPTION 2 CURRICULUM SECOND TERM                       LANGUAGE CURRICULUM /EXERCISE SECOND TERM                       SENSORIAL CURRICULUM/ EXERCISE TERM TWO                    PRACTICAL LIFE CURRICULUM/ EXERCISE                   CULTURAL CURRICULUM/ EXERCISE SECOND TERM                        RECEPTION TWO /KINDERGARTEN TWO THIRD –TERM                      MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM/EXERCISE THIRD TERM                    Counting backwards 5-0, 10-0, 20-0ContentCarpet skip backward will help .                           SENSORIAL CURRICULUM/ EXERCISE THIRD TERM                       CULTURAL CURRICULUM/ EXERCISE THIRD TERM                    

Reception One Curriculum Federal Term One

Language curriculum: constitutes;

  • Rhymes
  • Stories
  • Pictorial play
  • Extension of Barney activity display

Language

The writing aspect, literature, picture reading etc are to be taken seriously

Examples of rhyme

  • Cock a doddle doo..
  • Baa baa black sheep
  • There are 2 black birds , sitting on a wall..
  • Round and round the village…
  • Wee willy winky, runs through the town…
  • (Deep and wide) 2ce there’s a fountain….
  • 4,2 buckle my shoe -3-4, knock at the door
  • This is the way I brush my teeth …
  • Bean porridge not, bean porridge cold etc

RECEPTION 1/KINDERGARTEN CURRICULUM

Age-1-2 years)

Term One

Language

Weeks in the term

 

Language Curriculum Term One (Age-1-2 years)

Week 1

Topic

Rhymes and songs

Contents 

Songs should be taken first, rhymes next

Week 2

Topic

Finger displays, following Barney series/any other educative series

Contents

1,2,3,4,5; how many fingers do you have? E.t.c are rhymes that would explain this aspect of activity work in action.

Week 3

Topic

Circle time

  • Use of chairs and their arrangement(s)

Contents 

  • The use of chairs introduce arrangement of chair patterns to the children, and watch them explore and bring in their ideas without interruption. 

Week 4

Topic

Char displays on Animals

Children are meant to call each by name /by grouping

Contents 

Farm animals forest and domestic animals should be called by their names, and to some extent by recognized. The animal farm would be a good tool.

Week 5

Topic

  • Chart displays on plants , children are meant to call each by name /by grouping         
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Contents 

  • Grasses, shrubs and tress
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Week 6

Topic

  • Charts displays on means of transportation, children are meant to call each by name

Contents 

  • Air, road,  water

Week 7

Topic

  • Chart displays on items in a …. home. Children are meant to call each by name/by grouping

Contents 

  • Depending on the segmentation of a house (sample house), the following are interesting places to recognize.
  • Kitchen
  • Parlour/sitting room
  • Bedroom

Week 8

Topic

  • Chart displays on items in a classroom, children are meant  to call each by name 

Contents

  • Window
  • Board
  • Door
  • Shelf  e.t.c 

Week 9

Topic

  • Oral construction of simple statement

Contents

  • E.g. –saying: I am a boy. (The child has learnt to identify his sex/gender
  • Replying yes I did; to a past happening he was responsible for.   

Week 10

Topic

  • Works on sand tray and sand paper letters on vowels introducing the a’ sound’,

Contents

  • Practical  work 

Week 11

Topic

  • Same as last week, but on ‘e and I’ sounds.
  •  

Contents

  • Practical work 

Week 12

Topic

  • Same as last week, but on o’ and u’ sounds
  • Revision and oral exams; with the use of the observation sheets

Contents

  • Enforcement is necessary for assimilation of the child  

Week 13

Topic

  • Revision and exams

CULTURAL CURRICULUM TERM ONE

Areas to cover

  • History
  • Geography
  • Science
  • Botany
  • Zoology

CULTURAL EXERCISE

Week 1

Topic

Geography

  • Use of the blue plaster sine to explain that the colour code of water as blue

Content  

  • Paper /charts works could throw more lights on this
  • Show a boat/canoe on water in this feature

Week 2

Topic

Use of the brown plaster sine to explain that the colour code of land is brown

Content     

  • Same as last week
  • Show a car/train on road; a train on rail (land) in this feature 

Week 3

Topic

  • Children are to be taken to a beach or swimming pool on excursion to understand this phenomenon

Content    

  • Teachers should explain the reason why the water they scoop is clean and why the water seen from a distance is blue  (example at a beach)

Week 4

Topic

  • Children are to be taken to the streets and shown the pedestrian path in a less rowdy environment, for better understanding of this phenomenon

Content

  • The teacher should explain why the zebra crossing tarred road is not brown, leaving the pedestrian lane or path as brown (since they are both roads)

Week 5

Topic

Botany:

  • Children should touch and see the difference between flowers and leaves

Content

  • A flower and a leaf should be brought to class
  • Children should see that flowers are beautiful, leaves are plain (mostly green)

Week 6

Topic

  • Children should touch  and see the difference between fruits and seeds

Content

  • A fruit and a seed of that fruit should be brought to class.
  • Children should see that the seed is planted to become a tree.
  • A stem springs up from the roots, branches from branches, finally, it is from the fruit that the seed is gotten.
  • Explain the cycle by planting the seed in or out of class.

Week 7

Topic

Science:

  • Sinking and floating objects. Practices should be carried out in class 

Content

  • Get a large bowl of water; place light float able objects in it and observe with children.
  • Also, place heavy/sink-able objects for visual observation.

Week 8

Topic

Moral values:

Tenderness

Content

  • Correction on the reaction of children, to the rough play of their peers, should be done tenderly 

Week 9

Topic

  • Christian Religious Knowledge . Jesus loves little children. Take rhymes that relate to the people Content
  • Take the song, Jesus loves the little. While showing off the colours in the song,  on display. Another song Jesus loves me this I know, should be taken.

Week 10

Topic

Zoology:

Identification of wild animals from charts

Content

Identify wild animals by their features / habitats

Week 11

Topic

Identification of farm animals from  charts, or using the —Montessori farm

Content

Let children call/recognize them by name

Week 12

Topic

Identification of domestic animals or pets from charts

Content

Same as last week

Week 13

Topic

Revision and exams      

e.g.: History stories on morals. Using Milly and Molly series.  E.t.c.

Current Affairs: Globe 1 (Land and water forms).

  • Land colour code is brown , while  water colour code is blue. (with the use of plasticine). Excursions should be at the beacon  , preferably.
  • Sciences: Topic of experience & sinking and floating objects. Already carried out. An assignment-should be given, to further postulate this.

PRACTICAL LIFE CURRICULUM/EXERCISE TERM ONE

Practical Exercise: include,

  • Shining on a mat
  • Rolling and unrolling of a mat
  • Shutting and opening of doors and windows
  • Knob door handing, works on knocked and knobbles cylinders for penile grip

PRACTICAL LIFE EXERCISE

 

Week 1

Topic

  • Understanding parts of a human body, with the use of a chart or by drawing on a board. 

Content

  • If male and female expository dolls are available, it would be preferable for use, in the carrying out of this exercise. The parts taught should be repeated; while pointed to, on chart respectively.

Week 2

Topic

  • Using rhymes like, my head, my shoulder & to point parts of a body. 

Content

  • This would help for easy remembrance

Week 3

Topic

  • Identification of parts or areas in a house i.e. kitchen, bathroom, etc. 

Content 

  • A toy kitchen is to be used, before a real kitchen /bath is introduced to them

Week 4

Topic

  • Preliminary activities

Content

  • These activities should be carried out, while the teacher notes active passive participants. Notes are written for each child by teachers in an observation sheet.

 Week 5

Topic

  • Handling of books 

Content

  • i.e. book carrying, book arrangement, flapping of pages of books etc.

Week 6

Topic

  • Handling of writing materials

Content

  • Slot findings is done by name. i.e. recognizing the beginning sound of the name of child written on a book slot or other materials like;  a pencil, crayon, etc.

Week 7

Topic

  • Etiquette
  • Obedience to instructions given by the teacher

Content

  • Instruction should be given, objectively.

 

Week 8

Topic

Eating habit

  •  Eating with mouth closed, not talking while eating

Content

Children using wide aprons or wide bibs should learn to eat without talking, when fed. They should also be conscious of stains after a meal

Week 9

Topic

Learning to sit for writing and eating

Content

Teach each child to sit up right

 

Week 10

Topic

Timing:

  • Rest times, wee times, poo time, snack/food times, exercise time, etc

Content

Children should with time, understand that there are specific times for activities e.g: Break time, closing hours etc.

 Week 11

Topic

  • Order: correction of wrong placement of materials

Content

  • (Arrangement) : Tiding of a place or material should be a major objective for a child

 

Week 12

Topic

  • Handling of a tray; with or without content

Content

  • Proper grip and placement teaching, is necessary.

Week 13

Topic

  • Running errands. Revision and exams     

Content

  • Taking a message from one person to another by a child, as told, shows effective speech and listening skills

MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM

Week 1

Topic

  • Concept of zero (0) using the spindle box. Explain that, zero means nothing. Recitation of numbers 0-S.

Content

  • A balloon (round, showing the shape of zero) should be blown and deflated showing that it had air contained in it (that made it a circle) and later empty, when deflated; showing nothing. Oral counting in order, from a chart that has these numbers (0.S), are represented by counted objects: excluding 0

Week 2

Topic

  • Reception of zero (0), differentiating it from one (1), using quantity. Sand tray should be used to explain the writing procedure. These numbers and figurative shapes (respectively) in wooden, plastic or on chart/in written for; would aid writing and recognition of both numbers by name and in their recognition in/as quantity. E.g in the shape of zero, it represents and describes an empty space. The spindle box can also be used) it is similar to a circle in shape.

While 1 is represented by a spindle 

Content

  • A balloon can be blown and deflated sowing the emptiness of air that makes it nothing also, the shape of the balloon tells the shape of zero for writing and recognition 

 

Week 3

Topic

  • Oral counting and recognition of numbers, extending to (10) ten. 

Content

  • Charts with this order of numbers and limitation, i.e. to 10 should be displayed in class as original or improvised.
  • A random placement of these numbers can also be placed in an other part of the class. 

Week 4

Topic

  • Introduction to the writing process for toddlers, using the geometric cabinet, i.e. inset and frame

Content

  • Teach placement with the left three major fingers and pencil grip with the first 4 fingers of the right hand of a child. This is for a right hand of a child. This is for  a right-handed child and vice versa for a child that is left handed

Week 4

Topic

  • Introduction to the writing process for toddies, using the geometric cabinet. I.e. inset and frame  

Content

  • Teach placement with the left three major fingers and pencil grip with the first 4 fingers of the right hand of a child. This is for a right hand of a child. This is for a right-handed child and vice versa for a child that is left handed   

Week 5

Topic

  • Sand tray use;  0 and 1 (recognition and writing technique) for day 1-2 for day 2.  After break period, 0 and 1  should be worked on for reinforcement. 3-4  for day 3. After break 0,1,2,  should be worked on for reinforcement 0-5 numbers should be read and recognized on chart. Colouring of bold, spaced numbers within the range, should be given home-work slow or emerging ones, all Topic already mentioned, should be extended to week 

Content

  • A large tray with improved replacement of sand, as garri, semolina, flour, etc, children should call /pronounce the names of each number, pointing to them, just after tracing

 

Week 6

Topic

  • Works on sand paper and sand tray should extend   to (0), frames in Geometric cabinet should still be used to facilitate writing , tracing, colour differentiation and shape recognition 

Content

  • See our text books and other reference materials

 

Week 7

Topic

  • Works on long red rods should  be done to explain the comparison of objects using rods. For introduction to number rods, long red rods would help in teaching long, longer, longest short, shorter, shortest.

Content

After this exercise, number cards should be used to match each rod from the shortest to the longest, showing clearing the size/length and numerical differentiate

 

Week 8

Topic

  • Number rods should be introduce to re reduce numbers  1-5 as fixed quantity, Sand paper numbers can be used to represent each numbers rod 

Content

  •  After scribbling and drawing of shapes (geometric inset and frame) tracing on books before direct writing should be done. See our reference materials for help.  

 

Week 9

Topic

  • Numbers rods 6-10 would be worked on using numbers cards as a floor exercise

Content

  • This needs the three period lessons to be carried out by the teacher with utmost supervision.

Week 10

Topic

Number cards 0-9 should be introduced to the children  Introduction to 1 digit numbers should be done, beginning with 0-10   

Content

  • This is a more formal introduction, since it had been initially in produced informally
  • Explain the double phenomenon to children, using like objects that can be touched. This would further explain 2 and other numbers that can be shared in 25

Week 11

Topic

  • Introduction to counting of loose quantity. Using. Using counters would help for  ordering of numbers and grouping

Continent

  • Laminated thick papers on be used as improvised material. see our reference book for details

Week 12

Topic

  • Matching of cards and counters, number rods and counters, draw objects or physicalogies matched with counters and number cards would make number works interesting to the children

Content

  • The teacher should explain while practically carrying out the exercise (s) with the three period lessons

Week 13

Topic

  • Work on numbers that should be represented by objects in the class. In summary children should be able to write numbers 0-5,6-10; depending on their capability.
  • Revision and exam

Content

  • See reference book for exercises

SENSORIAL CURRICULUM / EXERCISE TERM ONE 

Shapes, colours and dimension are a case study

 

WEEK 1

TOPIC

  • Circles and other physical relations to this shape are introduce e.g. Oval or egg shape

Content

Plaster sine or clay can be given to the children to mould these shapes, as they relate each shape to the almost identical one on chart 

 

Topic

Week 2

  • Sources and other physical related shapes are introduced e.g. kites e.t.c assignments should be given to children to bring from home, related objects that have a resemblance with the shape drawn in given  book

Content

  • Same as last week

Topic

Week 3

  • Triangles and other physical  related shapes are introduced e.g: a right angled triangle of isosceles, etc 

Content

  • Teach with cut-outs and show with drawings on board and chart the differences in the triangle

 

Topic

Week 4

  • Rectangles and other physical related shapes are introduced  

Content

  •  Same as last week, but strictly on rectangles

Topic

Week 5

  • Stars shapes and other physical related shapes are introduced e.g A star with 4 legs, an octopus with 8 legs, a a hand with 5 fingers etc        

Content

  • Same as last week

 

Topic

Week 6

  • Grimson, and other physical related shapes are introduced e.g. The shape of a half moon’. Assignments should be given for all shapes, treated in class

Content

  • See our reference materials for easy guide

 

Topic

Week 7

  • Broad brown stars -15 should be worked on, not excluding the  guage build: broad broader, broadest, explained in  a star case form , brown as a colour, stairs should also be studied 

 Contents

  • Work with the children using one on one method (3 period lessons), before relating with number cards to explain increase or decrease in dimension

Topic

Week 8

  • Showing the common error and its use 

Content

  • Same as last week

 

Topic

Week 9

  • Pink tower 1-5, 6-10 should be worked on introducing children to cubes of different dimensions (in order) with the smallest representation the control of error. Language to use : big, bigger, biggest, small, smaller, smallest
  • Pink as a colour should also be studied 

 Content

  • Work with the children , using one on one method (3-period ies sons), before relating with number cares to explain increase or decrease in dimension .

 

Topic

Week 10

  • Long red rods 1-5 should be studies integrity by placing a long rod by a longer rod showing the difference with the use of its con

Content

  • Same as last week

Topic

Week 11

  • Long red rod -6-10 and carry out the same procedure as

Content

  • See our reference books  for more help

 

Topic

Week 12

  • Identity and place or categories objects in the classroom , e.g. snail or other shells- categorizing them in sizes, colours/shape (the teacher should help children 

Content

  • Check cognitive reasoning level of each child, by evaluating their responses

 

Topic

Week 13

  • Revise all works previously done in the term

Exams.

Federal Kindergarten 1 Curriculum for Pre-Nursery (Age 1 – 2 Years), Reception 1/KG 1 Curriculum for Montessori School Schemeofwork.com

RECEPTION ONE CURRICULUM TERM TWO

COOKERY

Center point of project: shell sourcing and products

Types of shell: snail, crab (shells..)

ART/CRAFT

  • Constitutes, splash paintings on plane sheets
  • Straw colour, bubbliest and splash 
  • Painting words on shells

For scribbling with a shape use the help of a geometric inset/frame

 CULTURAL CURRICULUM / EXERCISE TERM TWO

CULTURAL EXERCISE

Topic:

  • The earth’s globe (its shape)
  • Soil
  • Globe: (land and water forms). Land-brown, water blue. The above constitute subjects under geography)

Topic:

(Christian Religious Knowledge)

Jehovah . The Almighty God and the creator of heaven and earth. God created the universe (Gen-to-end), he created man from dudt. Let there be a sample of sand brought in to explain this teaching, story should be told on a mat in a circular position

LANGUAGE CURRICULUM TERM TWO

Oral and writing skills, using the Montessori phonics

LANGUAGE EXERCISE

 

 

Topic

Week 1

  • Writing skulls using knobbed cylinders, geometric cabinet, sand tray letters and sand paper numbers (blue for vowel sounds)

Content

  • The pencils grip of each child should be strengthened as they work with these materials. Colour identification should not be more than one e.g. blue , for easy retention

 

 

Topic

Week 2

  • Vowel sounds should be traced, sounded and recognized in alphabetical order, i.e. a as in axe, egg, I as in ink, o as in ox , u as in up. All in blue. There should be a rhyme taught to them to make them understand that they are 5 in number 

Content 

  • Chart works would help exercises from reference books would be of greater help as practice ensures it   

 

Topic

Week 3

  •  Relate first sounds of objects to gives sounds at homes or in school, should be recognized and coloured, children should learn to colour boldly, counts that are represented by objects. Do all other practical works on vowels i.e. representing each with an object   

 

 

Topic

Week 4

  • Introduction of consonant, sounds as colour code; pink i.e. b as in bag c, d, t, g, h, h, I, l, m, n, p, all consonants should be placed as out-outs or written in pink; should be separated, from vowels on class walls for early morning exercises  

Content 

  •  Children should identify, trace and write theses sounds on sand, tray, in as according to the retentive ability of the child being attended to.

 

 

Topic

Week 5

  • Three consonants should be treated per week i.e. b, c, c,

Content 

  • Three period lessons should be carried out with a child by the teacher 

 

 

Topic

Week 6

  • f,g,h should be treated and represented 

Content 

  • Same as last week

 

 

Topic

Week 7

  • j,k, I  would be treated and represented after which, reminder works on f,g,h would be done for reinforcement.
  • Story time is necessary within the time-table for the week  

Content

  • Same as last week

 

Topic

Week 8

  • m,n,p, would be treated and represented, after which, reminder works on j, k, I would be done for reinforcement

Content 

  • Same as last week, see reference books for exercises that are related to these grouping of sounds

 

 

Topic

Week 9

  • general works on all consonants ranging from ;b-p would be done on webbing , dot to dot exercises, matching, etc.  are necessary within the time –table for the week

Content  

  • See our reference books for exercises , home works and assignments

 

 

Topic

Week 10

  • Distinguishing between vowels and consonants can be done by sounding, recognition of shape  of each letter and representation of objects by each sound

Content

  • Recognition of shapes of these letters can be enhanced with the use of sand paper  letters    

 

 

Topic

Week 11

  • Ordering of sounds. From a-p, combining vowels with consonants in alphabetical order  

Content

  • A ladder game and cross sounds, would help in the ordering of these sounds 

 

Topic

Week 12

  •  Writing of sounds, a-p, and representing them with objects; with the use of spy game

Content

  • Apart  from writing these sounds in order , matching, filling in of missing sounds and webbing exercises, activities and practices should be carried out in view of this  

 

 

Topic

Week 13

  • Sand tray and sand paper letters should be used, to ensure that children are able to write and understand all words that relate to sounds, a-p 

Contents  

  • Teaching following 3-period lessons, would  help for concentration and retentive memory.
  • Sounding and writing backwards from p-a, is also necessary for establishment of this area in sounds

 

 

Topic

Week 14

 Revision and Exams 

 

 

Topic

Week 1

  • Learning to clap hands according  to rhythm of music or song following Barney’s displays

Content

  • Hard, soft, high and low claps should be carried out practically by the teacher, for children to know  and practice the difference in the individual activities

 

 

Topic

Week 2

  •  Jumping exercise
  • Walking on a line 

Content 

  • Ability to balance , after landing differs from child to child, so is the ability to walk on a line following 4 exercises, for better body posture, confidence and elegance

 

 

Topic

Week 3

  • Running errands within the school premises

Content

  •  Children should understand the difference between a call (request) for an errand and a response (gratitude) after the errand 

 

 

Topic

Week 4

  •  Running exercise, to a direction already pointed out, by the teacher

Content 

  • This shows focus and mental balance of a child before works are  given 

 

 

Topic

Week 5

  • Rolling and unrolling of a mat. And placement and carrying of a mat

Content 

 

 

Topic

Week 6

  • Learning of sit on a chair

Content 

  • This prepares children in a comported state for C.R.K. moral values, story and circle times 

 

Topic

Week 7

  •  Learning to obey ground rules of a classroom 

Content 

  •  Rewards and punishments should be set for the establishment of these class rules, while children recite each rule in the mornings as a reminder

 

 

Topic

Week 8

  • Courtesy/Etiquette , learning to greet by thing. That is, good morning Miss Eze etc
  • Learning  to say goodbye, welcome etc

Content 

  •   After this exercise , the five magic words should be read out to the children, to further explain general gestures and courtesy

 

 

Topic

Week 9

  •  Children should learn to indicate when to wee/poo/poo times

Content 

  • Poo and wee times should be explicit to the children to prevent work distraction (s) 

 

Topic

Week 10

  •  Activities, displays and sporting exercises should also be carried out

Content  

  •  Physical /health education practices should be done, with the co-operation of children

 

 

Topic

Week 11

  • Children should work with plastic gardening tools, kitchen utensils and plastic metal work equipments. In the process of teachers working with children , they should  explair their use /importance and maintenance  

Content  

  •  This would propel the face-knowledge of parts and the use of these tools in vocational works.

 

Topic

Week 12

  • Revision exercise should be carried out: with the children to ensure reinforcement

Content 

  • This should be done with the close supervisor of the teacher

Week 13

Exam

Federal Reception Curriculum for Pre-Nursery (Age 1 – 3 Years), Language Curriculum for Montessori School Schemeofwork.com

MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM TERM TWO

TOPIC

Week 1

  • Oral counting of numbers from 0-20

Content 

  • Recognition of numbers on  charts and other aids, would help to make retention and recognition easy, considering  the ordering of numbers.

 

 

Topic

Week 2

  • Works on greater than and less than using long red rods

Content 

  •   Comparison is shown practically with this exercise. The use of number cards, explain comparison of numbers

 

 

Topic

Week 3

  • Works on greater than and less than using number rods

Content 

  • Same as last week , more works are on our reference books

 

 

Topic

Week 4

  •   Works on writing with the use of sand tray for numbers between 0 and 10 

Content

  • Tracing and straight writing should be done after sand tracings 

 

 

Topic

Week 5

  • Representing numbers between 0 and 10 with counters

 

 

Topic

Week 6

  •  Writing of numbers, boldly .i.e. 0, 1,2,5 

Content 

  • Hand writing skills should be clarified, depending on each child’s ability to be creative in formation of writing numbers in ourselves /Nelson 
  • Numbers should also be represented with loose quantities 

 

 

Topic

Week 7

  • Writing of numbers  boldly, i, e, 0 -10

Content 

  • Same as last week

 

 

Topic

Week 8

  • Matching of numbers (written) or cards with counters
  • Concept of equal to in quantity should be done

Content 

  • Exercises and home –works should be practiced in our reference books  

 

 

Topic

Week 9

  • Colouring represented objects from a quantity given should be done with supervision

Content 

  •  Same as last week

 

 

Topic

Week 10

  •  Carpet : skips from 0-5, 0-10 addition or numbers no: exceeding to should be done with fingers and toes

Content

  •  This can be improvised and done backward for re-enforcement

 

 

Topic

Week 11

  •  Treading exercise o numbers in order, concept of more than is explained

Content 

  • An improvised means can be carried out   

 

 

Topic

Week 12

  • Due to our exercise for numbers between 0 and 10

Content 

  • See our reference material

 

 

Topic

Week 13

  • Counting of objects in a classroom and in story books. Counting of fingers and toes.
  • Revision of all works and examination  

Content 

  • Observed and make correction where necessary, before exams

Federal Reception One Curriculum for Pre-Nursery (Age 1 – 2 Years), Reception 1/KG 1 Curriculum for Montessori School Schemeofwork.com

RECEPTION ONE CURRICULUM TERM THREE

LANGUAGE CURRICULUM

TOPIC

Week 1

  • Rhymes and songs, with action display.

Content 

  • Differentiate rhymes from songs and take each vice versa

 

 

Topic

Week 2

  • More works on vowels and consonants from a-p  

Content

  • Colour codes and forms of writing should be taught to children

 

 

Topic

Week 3

  • For better pencil grip of the slow ones; knobbed doors, knobbed and knobbles cylinders, used, large crayons are to be used in this order

Content  

  • Use of the three period lessons is necessary  

 

 

Topic

Week 4

  •   For better writing skills strokes, slants and dashed should be linked and traced; before being written directly with a large crayon, then pencil for faster and bolder writings

Content 

  • See our reference book on help for exercises and home-works

 

 

Topic

Week 5

  • Curves should follow

 Content

  • Same as last week  

 

 

Topic

Week 6

  • Representing vowels with pictures and actions, practically in class. This would facilitate fast remembrance of initial understanding

Content 

  • Telling of an object that is represented by a sound can be done by each child 

 

 

Topic

Week 7

  • Matching of objects with other objects that represent same sounds

Content 

  • See our reference book for help

 

 

Topic

Week 8

  •  Oral reading of sounds from e-p, 0-2

Content 

  • This sounds be carries out per child, while observing clarity  

 

 

Topic

Week 9

  • Representing all sounds  with objects or actions

Content 

  • Carry this exercise out, following  3- period lessons

 

 

Topic

Week 10 

 Carpet skips on vowel sounds

Content   

  • This helps to know the sound that is before or after an immediate principal sound  

 

 

Topic

Week 11

Carpet skips on consonant sound b-p

Content

  • Same as last week

 

 

Topic

Week 12

Revision

Exam

PRACTICAL LIFE CURRICULUM/ EXERCISE TERM THREE

 

 

Topic

Week 1

  • Revision or past works
  • Opening and shutting of containers e.g. bottles, coolers, plates, etc

Content

  • Should be carried out individually, (per child) after watching the teacher practice it slowly 

 

 

Topic

Week 2

  • Walking backwards

Content

  • All through, the 4 exercises should be done on a straight line 

 

 

Topic

Week 3

  •  Use of spoon (child-sized) while eating (transfer exercise)

Content

  • A large bib should be worn on a child, to prevent excess smearing of the initial wear  

 

 

Topic

Week 4

  • Pointing to parts of one & 5 body, or using  a  baby doll 

Content  

  •  A chart can be sort for jelp; also can our reference material

 

 

Topic

Week 5

  •  Hopping exercise 

Content 

  • Explain by practice, the difference between hopping and jumping 

 

 

Topic

Week 6

  • Lifting of a tray and carrying objects with it 

Content 

  • Children should learn to carry what they can, at a time, while placing the tray between the chest and abdomen 

 

 

Topic

Week 7

  • Throwing of balls without targets

Content 

  • Children should throw at call not randomly

 

 

Topic

Week 8

  •  Throwing of objects , with given targets

Content

Same as last week 

 

 

Topic

Week 9

  • Hugging of stuffed animals , dog

Content 

  • This brings them close to originality 

 

 

Topic

Week 10

  • Moulding with clay or mud (moisture each sample with water)

Content 

  •  Shapes of objects seen, can be at tempted moulding process

 

 

Topic

Week 11 

  • Picking exercise with the use of stones, beans , rice etc

Content 

  •  Facilitates better pensile grip  

 

 

Topic

Week 12

  • Folding exercise of fabric

Content 

  •  This introduces children to shapes

 

 

Topic

Week 13

  • Revision and Exams

SENSORIAL CURRICULUM/EXERCISE

 

Topic

Week 1

  • Work on revision exercises. Building books, with printed , numbers on their 

Content 

  •   This helps in ordering of numbers, recognized and for exercise of muscular strength

 

 

Topic

Week 2

  • Building of pink towers 1-5, 6-16

Content

  • A floor exercise that should be carried out following the 3-period lessons. Same as last week, but with the teaching that the smallest is represented by 1, while the last and broadest /biggest is represented by 10  

 

 

Topic

Week 3

  • Building of long red rods 1-5, 6-10

Content 

  • Same as last week, but  with the teaching that the shortest is represented by 1, while the longest is represented by 10

 

 

Topic

Week 4

  • Building of broad brown stars 1-5,6-10 

Content 

  • Same application as above, but following broad terms, a paper with frame should be used  for control of error, while the difference between an inset and a frame should be specified application as above, but following broad terms

 

 

Topic

Week 5

  • Learning of special shapes using geometric cabinet, insets and frames, e.g. petal shape

Content

  • A paper with frames should be used for control of error, while the difference between an inset and a frame should be specified application as  above, but following broad terms

 

 

Topic

Week 6

  • Introduction to the use of colour box 1

Content  

  •  One on one teaching should be carried out, using the 3-period lessons

 

Topic

Week 7

  • Colouring of shapes that relate to colour box 1   

Content

  • Shading systems should be taught

 

 

Topic

Week 8

  • Shape collage

Content 

  • Take children on different shapes and objects. Give home-works on this

 

 

Topic

Week 9

  • Use of the remaining designs, not yet used in (inset for design. i.e. the Geometric cabinet)

Content 

  • For better illustration, work on a 2 in 1 using different colours of crayon with the children

 

 

Topic

Week 10

  • Building of pink towers and broad brown stairs, 1-5 (children should be allowed to build their own designs without assistance

Content

  • This would help the teacher measure the cognitive level of every child

 

 

Topic

Week 11

  • Continue the above exercise,  but on 6-10 of both materials

Content 

  •   Same as last week

 

 

Topic

Week 12

Revision works should be done

Week 13

Exams

CULTURAL CURRICULUM/ EXERCISE

GEOGRAPHY

Week 1-4 –Revise all works in the previous term

Week 5-7- All works on Globe: with the use of blue and brown plaster cine

Week 8-12: visual pictures of animals and plants

Week 13-14 –Revision and Exams

Christian Religious Knowledge

Week 1-2 Jesus as a little boy

Jesus first miracle

The boy that helped Jesus with the food that feed 5,000 people

Moral Values

  • Week 1-4 –Giving
  • Week 5-8- Showing Compassion
  • Week 9-12- Honesty
  • Week 13-14 –Revision and Exam

HISTORY 

The story of Solomon Gaudy; with a rhyme

Botany:  The family tree of a Cattle, using the animal farm to distinguish gender and placement of this particular animal family tree

Zoology:  The type of food, for the cattle and animals of its kind; as grass

Science: Blowing of air in balloons and deflating to show that air could occupy an empty space  

Cultural Practices: Weeding Exercise

Reception Two Curriculum Federal

LANGUAGE CURRICULUM TERM ONE

WEEKS

Topic

Week 1

  • Rhymes, e.g. hush a bye baby, 1 have a little cough sir….

Content

  • This activity, explains that a child should complain to one with first aid help or a doctor on his state of health any time

 

 

Topic

Week 2

  • Songs e.g. I am a little tea pot….

Content

  • Other songs should follow. Allow children contribute in songs, if they have any 

 

 

Topic

Week 3

  • Drama acting, to enhance the understanding of an already told story by the teacher

Content

  • Pick children for ries and make sure that by the end of the well children must have acted one role or the other

 

 

Topic

Week 4

  • Writing technique with the use of the geometric cabinet/inset for design to understand the concept of reading and writing top to bottom, left to right

Content  

  •  Explain as you practically show designs of one shape, shaded in a different colour of crayon, from the other

 

 

Topic

Week 6

  • Tracing with help 

Content

  • The lines drawn are to be met first by working on dot to dot exercises on shapes and objects/animations; such that tracings of letters/sounds would prepare them for better writing.  This should be done by each child, after be done by each child, after watching the teacher carry out this same exercise

 

 

Topic

Week 7

Tracing without help

Content

  • See our references materials for exercises

 

 

Topic

Week 8

  • Tracing and line joining of sound, while recognizing it

Content 

  • This should be done, while relating this sound to an object or living thing

 

 

Topic

Week 9

  • Tracing and line joining of the e sound, while recognizing it

Content 

  • Same as last week

 

 

Topic

Week 10

Tracing and line joining of the &i& sound, while recognizing it

Content

  • See our reference book for better aid

 

 

Topic

Week 11

  • Tracing and line joining of the 0 sound, while recognizing it

Content

Same as last week

 

 

Topic

Week 12

  • Tracing and line joining of the u sound, while recognizing it

Content

  • See our reference book for works

 

 

Topic

Week 13

  • Tracing and line joining of the 5 vowel sounds, a,e,I,o,u & while recognizing them
  • Revision and Exams 

 Content

Same as last week

MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM TERM ONE

Topic

Week 1

Revision of last term’s work

Oral counting, from 0-10, while recognizing zero

Content

  • The use of the spindle box is necessary to teach the concept of zero

 

 

Topic

Week 2

  • Sand tray work/sand paper number work on 0

Content

Carry out this exercise following the 3-period lessons 

Week 3

  • Works with the geometric cabinet

Content

Repeat the 2 in 1, before moving each child, according to their abilities to the 3 in 1 approach 

 

 

Topic

Week 4

  • Sand tray work, sand paper number work; on 1

Content

Work following the 3-period less sons, while each child writes the letter recognized as tracing before straight writing

 

 

Topic

Week 5

  • Sand tray work, sand paper, number work; on 2

Content

Same as last week, Also see our references books to exercises on this subject matter

 

 

Topic

Week 6

  • Sand tray, work/sand paper number work: on 3

Content

Same as last week, also see our reference books for exercises on this subject matter

 

 

Topic

Week 7

  • Sand tray, work/sand paper number work: on 4

Content

Same as last week,

Also see our reference books for exercises on this subject matter

 

 

Topic

Week 8

  • Sand tray, work/sand paper number work: on 5

Content

Same as last week,

Also see our reference books for exercises on this subject matter

 

 

Topic

Week 9

  • Using the spindle box to identify zero; showing nothing by defeating an already blown round balloon

Content

  • Let recognition and writing be achieved

 

 

Topic

Week 10

Using number rods and cards to represent number, 1-5

 Content

  • Following procedure of the 3-period lesson; after which exercises should be done by children  individually in our reference material

 

 

Topic

Week 11

Counting very large objects on chart or screen ranging between 1 and 5

Content 

  • Same as last week

 

 

Topic

Week 12

Revision

Week 13

Exams

 

 

SENSORIAL CURRICULUM/ EXERCISES

Topic

Week 1

Revision exercise

Colours:

Liquid mixtures of primary coulours

Content

Secondary colours are sorted by their combinative parties

 

 

Topic

Week 2

Same as last week

Week 3

Works with knobbed cylinder 1

Content

Identify the 4 characters of the cylinders and fitting in knobs, rightly with the first

 

 

Topic

Week 4

Words with knobbed cylinder 2

Content

  • Same as last week, but working with the third

 

 

Topic

Week 5

  • Words with knobbed cylinder 3

Content

Same as last week, but working with the third

 

 

Topic

Week 6

  • Words with knobbed cylinder 4

Content

Same as last week, but working with the fourth

 

 

Topic

Week 7

Filling of garri, semolina, etc in open containers e.g. cups, bowls , etc

Content

  • Carry out this exercise following the three period lessons before each child is allowed to carry out the exercise of pouring

 

 

Topic

Week 8

  • Arrangement of containers, according to their size; from ascending to descending order

Content

  • Allow individual participation without interruption

 

 

Topic

Week 9

  • Arrangement of containers.  According to their size, from descending to ascending order

  Content

  • Same as last week

 

 

Topic

Week 10

Grouping of children by massive size

Content

  • Apart from weight that would be measured , the broadside of each child is noted 

Week 12

Revision

  • Week 13
  • Exams

PRACTICAL LIFE CURRICULUM/ EXERCISE TERM ONE

Topic

Week 1 

Revise last term’s work

Content

  • Let every child carry out, while the teacher notes the reaction of each child

 

 

Topic

Week 2

Flipping of papers in a note book or text book

Content

  • Let every child carry out, while the teacher notes the ability of each child flipping through each page carefully 

 

 

Topic

Week 3

  • Sitting on a mat

Content

  • This should be taught after the rolling/unrolling of a mat, prior to reasons as floor exercises

 

 

Topic

Week 4

  • Lifting and placing /replacing of food containers

Content 

  • The teacher should first carry out the exercise following the 3-period of lessons, before supervising each child’s practice

 

 

Topic

Week 5

  • Opening and closing of water bottles

Content 

  • Same as last week
  •  

 

Topic

Week 6

Opening and shutting of doors

Content

  • Same as last week
  •  

 

Topic

Week 7

Opening and shutting of windows    

Content

  • Same as last week
  •  

 

Topic

Week 8

  • Arrangement of books on the floor

Content

  • Same as last week

 

Topic

Week 9

  • Arrangement of books on the teacher’s table

Content

Same as last week

 

 

Topic

Week 10

  • Washing of hands

Content

  • Same as last week

 

 

Topic

Week 11

  • Drying of hands
  • Care of fabric used (napkin)

Content

Same as last week

Week 12

Revision

Week 13

Exams

CULTURAL CURRICULUM/EXERCISE

 

Topic

Week 1

Revision exercises. Stepping on grass  and identifying its colours as green

Content

  • Relate this colour with the Nigerian flag

 

 

Topic

Week 2

  • Christian Religious Knowledge: Jesus, the son of God (The creator of the universe)

Content

  • Relate this with a story line from the Bible .

 

 

Topic

Week 3

  • Science: Air

Content

The properties of air and its necessity to living things

 

 

Topic

Week 4

Moral Values:

Truthfulness

Content

  • A story line on this Topic is to be treated and summarized by children, individually.

 

 

Topic

Week 5

Geography:

  • Works on blue and brown plastersines, showing water and land forms, respectively

Content 

  •  Use globe 1  to affect the lessons to be learnt, positively.

 

 

Topic

Week 6

Science: water/liquid, taking the shape of the container in which is placed

– C.R.K

– The story of Adam and Eve

Content

  • Practice with the use of apparatus such as water/Fanta drink, a bottle, a bowl and a cup, a funnel, a piece of foam to mop. Text, Genesis 5:1-32.

 

 

Topic

Week 7

 Geography: Agents of land transportation

Content

  • Since the means of transportation should have been initially taught in previous classes module; pictures of cars, lorries, camels, trains, etc, should be displayed in class

 

 

Topic

Week 8

Agents of sea/water transportation

Content

As above

 

 

Topic

Week 9

  • Agents of air transportation, identifying a camel travelling with load on land, display on a chart (pictorial display).

 Content

  • Same as last week

 

 

Topic

Week 10

  • Identifying a camel traveling with load on land, displayed on a chart (pictorial display)

Content

Explain the experience of transportation with this means

 

 

Topic

Week 11

Identifying a ship/boat-traveling on/by sea/water (pictorial)

Content

Same as last week

 

 

Topic

Week 12

Identifying an aircraft traveling by air (pictorial)      

Content

Same as last week

 

Topic

Week 13

Revision and Exams

Reception Curriculum Federal

RECEPTION 2 CURRICULUM SECOND TERM

MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM SECOND TERM

WEEKS

Topic

Weeks 1

All revision exercises in the past term should be practiced

Content –

 

 

Topic

Week 2

Counting with the use of spindles

Content

  • Ordering counting and grouping can be achieved, all depending on the capacity of each child    

 

 

Topic

Week 3

Pegging exercise

Content

  • Alphabets and numbers are aligned in their written shapes respectively ; to ease identification

 

 

Topic

Week 4

  • Filling in of missing numbers 0-5, 6-10, 10-15 (orally)

Content

  •  This could help to work out these could help to work out these sums on our reference material or other

 

Topic

Week 5

Dot to dot, exercise and webbing on numbers, 0-10, 0-15

Content

  • This could help to work out the exercise above, on our reference material or other

 

 

Topic

Week 6

  Writing of number 0-5, 0-10

Content

Should be taught in ascending and descending orders

 

 

Topic

Week 7

  • Recognition and counting of numbers 0-10, 0-20

Content 

  • Chart displays in different forms, is necessary here

 

 

Topic

Week 8

  • Matching of numbers  with objects between 0-10, 0-20

Content 

  • Representative exercise of numbers  with objects or drawn strokes should be done in book, after basic teachings

 

 

Topic

Week 9

Fingers/toes counting

Content

Supervise to avoid double counting 

 

 

Topic

Week 10

Matching of beads, spindles with number rods

Content 

  • Let children identify the names of materials used for each exercise, while they learn the counting process

 

 

Topic

Week 11

 Introduction of short bead stairs, 1-10

Content

  • Colour representation with numbers would gradually introduce children to N.P.V.

 

 

Topic

Week 12

  • Fingers are introduced for counting , Sequin Board A is introduced, (with number cards), 

Content

  • Explanations should be done with the three period lessons

 

 

Topic

Week 13

Revision and Exams

Federal Reception Curriculum for Pre-Nursery (Age 1- 3 Years), Curriculum for Montessori School Schemeofwork.com

LANGUAGE CURRICULUM /EXERCISE SECOND TERM

Topic

Week1

  • Revision of last term’s work.  Especially, using last term’s assessment questions

Content

 

 

Topic

Week 2

  • Arrangement and recognition of vowels and consonants from a-z. They should be sounded regularly

Content 

  • Children should work with cutouts and charts

 

 

Topic

Week 3

  • Matching exercises should be given, ranging from sound to sound, sound to represented objects, objects to objects etc. 

Content

  • See our reference books for examples and exercises  

 

 

Topic

Week 4

Writing of vowels and consonant from a-p

Content

  • Bold writings in their workbooks should be done by each child as vowels could be underlined to show difference in alphabets     

 

Topic

Week 5

Writing of vowels and consonants from p-s

Content

  • Same as last week

 

 

Topic

Week 6

Puzzle words and filling in of missing sounds of the above group

Content

See our reference books for class work and home –work

 

 

Topic

Week 7

-writing of vowels and consonants from s-z

Content

  • Bold writings in their workbooks should be done by each child as vowels could be underlined to show difference in alphabets

 

 

Topic

Week 8

Puzzle words and filling in of missing sounds of the above group

Content

See our reference books for class work and home-work

 

 

Topic

Week 9

Writing and representing vowel sounds with drawn objects

Content

Same as last week

 

 

Topic

Week 10

Picture reading           

Content

  • Should be done first, by the teacher, interpreting pictures 

 

 

Topic

Week 11

  • Ladder climbing used to teach ordering of sounds

Content

  • This helps to teach sound ordering (ascending to descending order and vice versa)

 

 

Topic

Week 12

  • Writing of consonants alone , while recognizing and sounding them

Content

  • First teach with consonants (pink) on charts

 

 

Topic

Week 13

  • Revision and Exams

Federal Reception Two Curriculum for Pre-Nursery (Age 2- 3 Years), Reception 2/KG 2 Curriculum for Montessori School Schemeofwork.com

SENSORIAL CURRICULUM/ EXERCISE TERM TWO

WEEKS

 

Topic

Week 1

  •  Revision of all works on sensorial exercise last term
  • Content

 

 

Topic

Week 2

  • Introduction to colour box 11

Content

  • Let child understand the difference between the colours  in box 1 amd 2, after pairing during the 3-period lessons.

 

 

Topic

Week 3

  • Works on: The house of shapes

Content 

  • By mere feeling , children can understand how a like shape can pass through a like hole

 

 

Topic

Week 4

  • Works with geometric cabinet

Content 

  • Shading 2 in 1, 3 in 1 works are experimented as these introduce sets in mathematics 

 

 

Topic

Week 5

  • Introduction to works with Geometric solids

Content

  • Use the secret bag to explain and relate with some geometric in sets and frames

 

 

Topic

Week 6

  • Works with the knobbles cylinders

Content

  • Learning on dimensions should be more effective, after this exercise  

 

 

Topic

Week 7

  • Building bricks that are compound or complex should be used at this stage

Content

  • Ability to create shapes, is to be evaluated.

Topic

Week 8

 More works using colour Box II

Content

  • Children should relate these colours with objects seen in class and on pictures

 

 

Topic

Week 9

 More works using Geometric solids 

Content

  •  Explain their dimensional differences

 

 

Topic

Week 10

  • Building of broad brown stairs, long red rods and pink towers all at once, creating different designs.

Content

  • Level of creativity per child should be measured

 

Topic

Week 11

  • More works with the above materials

Content

  • Allow independence in these exercises   

 

 

Topic

Week 12

Revision

Week 13  

 Exams

PRACTICAL LIFE CURRICULUM/ EXERCISE

WEEKS

Topic

Week 1

  • Revision of the previous term’s exercises and revision on past questions of term’s work in practical life exercises

Content

 

 

Topic

Week 2

Care of self

Use of toilet

Content

  • Practice the toilet exercise on 3 steps of use, so children do not forget separate sexes 

 

 

Topic

Week 3

  • Repeat of the above

Content

  • Same as last week but allowing them carry out the exercise, without assistance.
  • Same as last week but allowing them carry out the exercise, without assistance

 

Topic

Week 4

  • Washing and drying of hands

Content

  • Using the 3-period lesson, explain with apparatus as: liquid soap, water , hand towel/napkin, mop, the washing and drying of hands 

 

 

Topic

Week 5

  • Repeat of the above   

Content

  • Same as last week

 

 

Topic

Week 6

  • Visuals on: myself, using a mirror

Content

  • Practice with a wall mirror

 

 

Topic

Week 7

  •  Folding exercise using sewn clothing

Content

  • The threaded line is the control of error for folding

 

 

Topic

Week 8

  • Repeat of the above, using other clothing as sample

Content

Parts of clothing are to be folded in an explained procedure by the teacher

 

 

Topic

Week 9

  • Introduction to :
  • -dressing and understanding using a large button dress frame.

Content

  • Slow practice should be established, after following the period lessons  

 

 

Topic

Week 10

  • Another smaller button frame
  • Given for practice. The teacher should work with them, using the three period lessons.

Content 

  • Same as last week
  • Content

 

 

Topic

Week 12

Revision works should be done

Week 13

Exams

CULTURAL CURRICULUM/ EXERCISE SECOND TERM

WEEKS

Topic

Week 1

Revisions 

 

 

Topic

Week 1

  • Revision of last terminal work not excluding treating last terminals questions

Content 

Week 2

Geography  

  • Globe words shown mainly as chart displays, as hand is colour  coded brown, water is colour coded blue
  • Let the globe be spun

 

 

Topic

Week 3

Science

Magnetism

Content

  • A simple magnet should be brought to class with metals that could be attracted to the magnet, and plastics fabric etc.

 

 

Topic

Week  4

History

A major festival in Nigeria 

  • Colours of the Nigerian flag

Content

e.g.. Eyo Festival, Osun etc.   

 

 

Topic

Week 5

Moral values

  • Teaching perseverance

Content

  • Follow out moral story books or others  as reference

 

 

Topic

Week 6

  • Christian Religious Knowledge-The story of brotherhood (Cain and Abel)  

 Content

  • Work with the Bible story in the book of Gen. 4:1-26

 

 

Topic

Week 7

  • Noah and the Ark

Content

Text: Gen. 

 

 

Topic

Week 8

  • Botany: A tree is green
  • It has many parts

Content

  • Use terminology card that specify the roots, stem, branches, leaves, fruits  

 

 

Topic

Week 9

  • Repeat of the above work.
  • Geography
  • Work on pictures or land forms cards, displaying:
  • A  bay , A plain
  • A  peninsula , a mountain
  • Peak with snow,
  • Am ocean etc

Content

  • You could in addition, discuss the relevance of each part above. See our reference book on  cultural exercises for help.

 

 

Topic

Week 10

  • Zoology:
  • Farm animals. The animal farm is to be used/terminology cards for the exercise

Content

  • Tell them that their basic place of breed, care etc is on the farm. Tell them the role of a farmer. Etc, A cow. Fowl, goat, horse, etc

 

 

Topic

Week 11

  •  Repeat of the above, i.e. introducing other animals that had not being previously identified by the children

Content

  •  Same as last week, not over ruling the role of implements on the farm 

 

 

Topic

Week 12

Cookery

Identification of major cooking equipments, e.g. gas cooker, kerosene stove etc

Etiquette:

  • Uses of the magic words i.e.
  • Thank you
  • Please
  • Sorry
  • Excuse me
  • Pardon

 

 

Topic

Week 13

Revision and Exams

Federal Kindergarten 2 Curriculum for Pre-Nursery (Age 2 – 3 Years), Reception 2/KG 2 Curriculum for Montessori School Schemeofwork.com

RECEPTION TWO /KINDERGARTEN TWO THIRD –TERM

LANGUAGE CURRICULUM/EXERCISE THIRD TERM

 

WEEKS

Topic

Week 1

Rhymes and songs

Content

Take a rhyme differently from a strong and explain the difference  

 

 

Topic

Week 2

  • Arrangement of vowels and consonants, while sounding each and relating them  to objects

 Content

  • Let the children know what sound comes before another , or what sound comes after another 

 

 

Topic

Week 3

  • Build of common 2-letter words, using LMA

Content

E.g. at, am, as, an etc

 

 

Topic

Week 4

Cross word game of common 2-letter words

Content

See our reference book or another, for help

 

 

Topic

Week 5

Carpet skips of common 2-letter words

Content

  • Place cards with common 2-letter words written, on the floor, for each child to skip and say

 

 

Topic

Week 6

Tracing and writing of two-letter words

Content

See our reference books or other work books for exercises

 

 

Topic

Week 7

Dot to dot exercises of a letter words 

Content

Same as last week

 

Topic

Week 8

Webbing of 2 letter words,  snake game and matching exercises

Content

See our reference books or other work books for exercises

 

 

Topic

Week 9

Filling in of missing 2-letter words

Content

Same as last week

Topic

Week 10

Making of full, simple statements

Content

Orally, correct any short and incomplete statement made by a child

 

 

Topic

Week 11

Phonetic pronunciation of common two, three words

Content

  • Help children to correct the error of pronouncing 2/3 letter words that should be as names not as sound or vice versa, e.g go/go, he/he

 

 

Topic

Week 12

Revision

Content –

 

 

Topic

Week 13

Exams

Federal Reception Two Curriculum for Pre-Nursery (Age 2- 3 Years), Reception 2Schemeofwork.com

MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM/EXERCISE THIRD TERM

WEEKS

Topic

Week 1

Revision

Content

 

 

Topic

Week 2

Sum game, using altogether

Content

  • Counter/spindles should be used to make children first understand separation before joining the  counted together 

 

 

Topic

Week 3

More works with sequin board

Content

  • Work with the children on 3-period lessons, using number cards

 

 

Topic

Week 4

Grouping of odd numbers

Content

Use the above and counters

 

 

Topic

Week 5

Grouping of numbers in 25

Content

Use the above and counters

 

 

Topic

Week 6

Grouping of even numbers

Content

Group in 25, 45…

 

 

Topic

Week 7

Grouping of numbers, without a friend; using objects (drawn  or physical)

Content

 Group in 15, 35,55…..

 

 

Topic

Week 8

Arrangement of odd/even numbers between 0 and 20

Content

Take the odd before the even, because of the position of 1

 

 

Topic

Week 9

The concept of less than (<); using the word, more

Content

Example, 2 is more than 1. Use the number rods.  See our reference book

 

 

Topic

Week 10

  • Grouping in large and small quantities 

Content

  • Explain the identification if objects in groups that are more than their others, by quantity.

 

 

Topic

Week 11

Counting backwards 5-0, 10-0, 20-0

Content

Carpet skip backward will help .

 

 

Topic

Week 12

Revision

 

 

Topic

Week 13

Exams

PRACTICAL LIFE CURRICULUM/ EXERCISE THIRD TERM

WEEKS

 

Topic

Week 1

Revision

Content

 

Topic

Week 2

-Pegging exercise

Content

  • Pegs on board helps to form shapes, write letters and number

 

 

Topic

Week 3

Folding exercise, to form shapes

Content

Form rectangular, square and triangle shapes

 

 

Topic

Week 4

Types of clothing (for seasons)

Content

Bring to class, a wool, cotton, linen, satin, etc clothing or fabrics

 

 

Topic

Week 5

The food we eat (balance diet),

Content

Teach children the 6 classes of food using pictures, charts and items in the nature corner, somewhere in the class

 

 

Topic

Week 6

Cookery:

Beef, pork, chicken (food products from cattle/goat, pig, fowl), respective.

Content

Show children a life animal before it is killed for consumption  

 

 

Topic

Week 7

Care of toes and finger nail

Content

  • Explain why more care is to the finger nails than the toe nails (for sake of hygiene –be when dirty fingers are inserted into the mouth too often). However, tell children to also pay attention to their toes.

 

 

Topic

Week 8

Folding exercise, for complete clothing or materials

Content

  • Let them fell the sensitivity of the skin on a threaded square piece of cloth, before folding on the lines, see their sensorial, booklets for more explanation   

 

 

Topic

Week 9

  • Care of the inner environment: cleaning of smooth surfaces (e.g.: mopping of a tiled floor, polishing of wooden furniture, etc) \

Content

  • Practice with the children, taking the lead after they have been introduced to the methods

 

 

Topic

Week 10

Etiquette

Respecting people in authority

Content

  • Teach the children diverse greenings, prostrations and gestures that show respect
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Topic

Week 11

  • Clearing and tidying of dishes

Content

  • Let them practice with minimal spillage

 

 

Topic

Week 12

 The pounding exercise

Content

  • Cum tag and a pound material should be used for this excise. This helps to grade muscular strength

 

 

Topic

Week 13

Exams

Content –

Federal Kindergarten 2 Curriculum for Pre-Nursery (Age 2 – 3 Years), Reception 2/KG 2 Curriculum for Montessori School Schemeofwork.com

SENSORIAL CURRICULUM/ EXERCISE THIRD TERM

WEEKS

 

Topic

Week 1

Revision

Introduction to works on fractions, using large skittles

Content

  • Explain the concept of sharing using other materials apart from skittles, see the sensorial reference book for guidelines

 

 

Topic

Week 2

Introduction to works on fractions, using large skittles

Content

  • Explain the concept of sharing using other materials apart from skittles. See the sensorial reference book for guidelines  

 

 

Topic

Week 3

  • Time/season chart, (could be improvised)
  • Hands are titled to show hourly, 0’clock

Content

  • Practice in class by making the children aware  of time rating of a second, minute, hour, mid-day, day, week, forth-night, month year….

 

 

Topic

Week 4

  • Identifying the shapes in the geometric cabinet and relating them to objects, they see at home and in school

Content

  • Begin with the very common shapes

 

 

Topic

Week 5

Works with money.

N5, the major focus, counting of 5 is done to explain its value.

Content

Introduce coins if available, before proceeding to notes

 

 

Topic

Week 6

  • Works with money, N10, the major focus, counting of N10 is done to explain its value
  • Short bead stairs are introduced or bead bars, to explain more on the banking system   

Content

  • Explain that a double of N5 would give a N10 or its value i.e. N5 for one sweet, N10 for 2 sweets.
  • Brown ten bead stair = 2 light blue five bead stair

 

 

Topic

Week 7

  •  Building of pink towers, long red rod, and broad brown stairs, while representing each wooden material, with a number

Content

  • Let each child create his/her own design without interruption

 

 

Topic

Week 8

Same as last week

Content

  • Let them learn to control errors

 

 

Topic

Week 9

Study of different circular shapes

Content

  • Get round/circular shapes objects to the class and let the children tell which a circle/oval/sphere shape

 

 

Topic

Week 10

Study of different square-like shapes

Content

  • Same as last week, but differentiating a kite from a rectangle, square, cube

 

 

Topic

Week 11

Study of different triangle-like shapes

Content

  • Same as last week, but differentiating prisms from triangles

 

 

Topic

Week 12

Revision

Week 13

Revision

Content

CULTURAL CURRICULUM/ EXERCISE THIRD TERM

WEEKS

Topic

Week 1

Revision

Content –

Week 2

Christina religious Knowles:

  • Obeying God’s word
  • Lessons to learn when you obey and when you disobey

Content

  • The story of Moses in the wilderness, in the striking of the rock, the story of Adam and Eve…

 

 

Topic

Week 3

  • Moral values: Perseverance /patience

Content 

  •  Moral value story telling edition on this topic should be used or Milly and Molly series

 

 

Topic

Week 4

Science

  • Properties of liquid and its measurement
  • Geography: The 4 cardinal points for direction, focus is the compass

Content

  • How it can dissolve soluble solids (a cube sugar in water), how it takes the shape of any container. It is placed in), its language in measurement (litres) e.tc.  See our book for details.

 

 

Topic

Week 5

Botany

Watering of plants and weeding

Science

Use and function of a camera

Content

  •  Weeding should be done practically with the children, after introducing the farm tools they are to work with, before planting exercise can take place. Make it a practical class.

 

 

Topic

Week 6

  • History: park and the discovery of river-Niger

Content 

  • Our reference book on history others should be sort for details 

 

 

Topic

Week 7

 Zoology:

Parts of a cow (as a farm animal) using a cow in the animal farm

Content 

  • Using a terminology card explain what each part is useful for. Also tell the end products of a cow the useful ones and the un useful one.

 

 

Topic

Week 8

  • Geography: Identification of the African continent on the world& s globe

Content 

  • Practically shown them on the globe, and further help them locate the Nigerian map on the globe  

 

 

Topic

Week 9

Science

Air and wind

Content  

  •  Explain that air is everywhere, as it occupies space, while you blow a standing object made from paper showing the force that wind carries.

 

 

Topic

Week 10

 Geography:

  •   The sun and the moon

Content

  • Let them identify them during the day and at night practically in school and at home before sketching them differently and knowing their purpose

 

 

Topic

Week 11

  • The stars and the cloud

Content 

  • Same as last week, however, explain that the clouds form to cause rain in its due season

 

 

Topic

Week 12

  •  The stars

Content 

  • Its collection is called galaxy. A star twinkles, twinkle, twinkle, little star

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