Reception Scheme of Work

Reception Curriculum

RECEPTION ONE LITERACY

WEEKFIRST TERM
1Entry behaviour on oral sound a – e and writing of letters a-c Rhyme-Jack and Jill
Jolly Phonics – Whose Voice
2Oral sounding of a-e
 Story line: Letter sound ‘e’
Action: Letter sound ‘e’
Sound ‘e’ using the three part session for teaching letters Identification / association with objects (sand paper letters)
Write a-e
Communication- Make up story on Jack and Jill
Rhyme: Early to bed
Jolly Phonics – Bertha goes to the zoo
3Oral sounding a-h
Story line: Letter sound ‘f-h’
Action: Letter sound ‘f-h’
Sound ‘f-h’ using the three part for teaching letters
Identification / association with objects (send paper letters)
Write a-h, fill in the gaps a – h.
Handwriting: Straight stroke Pattern I
Rhyme: Lady bird lady bird
Communication – The wolf and the seven kids (Picture reading)
Jolly Phonics Activity – Chain games
4Oral sounding of a – j
Story line: Letter sound ‘i-j’
Action: Letter sound ‘i-j’
sound ‘i-j’ using the three part session for teaching letters Identification / association with objects.
Write a – j and Fill in the gaps a-j
Handwriting: Straight stroke Pattern I
Rhyme – I like to eat fruits
Communication: The wolf and the seven kids (Tell the story)
Jolly Phonics Actives – Chain games
5Oral sounding of a-m
Story line: Letter sound ‘k-m’
Action: Letter sound ‘k-m’
Sound ‘k-m’ using the three part session for teaching letters Identification / association with objects.
Write a-m
Handwriting:     Slant Stroke \ \
Rhyme: The rainbow song
Communication: The ugly duckling
Jolly Phonics Activity – Our sound box
6Oral sounding a-o
Story line: Letter sound ‘n-o’
Action: Letter sound ‘n-o’
Sound ‘n-o’ using the three part session for teaching letters Identification and association with objects
Write a-n and Fill in the gap a-n
Handwriting: Slant Stroke \ \
Rhyme: Goosey, goosey gander
 Communication: Smelling pup 1 pg 116 of 1000 stories)
Jolly Phonics Activity – Our sound box
7Mid-Term Break
8Oral sounding a-r,
oral blending a-r.
Story line: Letter sound ‘p-r’
Action: Letter sound ‘p-r’
Sound ‘p-r’ using the three part session for teaching letters Identification / association of objects
Write a-q and Fill in the gaps a-q
I spy letter game
Handwriting: Slant Stroke \ \
Rhyme: Baa, baa black sheep
Communication: Three little pigs (Picture reading)
Jolly Phonics Activity – Digging for treasure.
9Oral sounding a-u and oral blending a-u
Story line: Letter sound ‘r-u’
Action: Letter sound ‘r-u’
Sound ‘r-u’ using the three part session for teaching letters. Identification / association with objects.
Write a-u and Fill in the gaps a-u.
Handwriting: Slant Stroke \ \  
Rhyme: Polly put the kettle on.
Communication: Three little pigs(Tell the story)
Jolly Phonics Activity: Mrs. Browning has a box
10Oral sounding a-x, and oral blending a-x.
Story line: Letter sound ‘v-x’
Action: Letter sound ‘v-x’
Sound ‘f-h’ using the three part session for teaching letters Identification / association with objects.
Write a-w and Fill in the gaps a-w.
Handwriting: Slant Stroke \ \  
Rhyme: Yankee doodle
Communication: The frog Prince (Picture Reading)
Jolly Phonics Activity: Which instrument.
11Oral sounding a-z, and oral blending a-z.
Story line: Letter sound ‘y-z’
Action: Letter sound ‘y-z’
Sound ‘y-z’ using the three part session for teaching letters Identification / association with objects.
Write a-z and Fill in the gaps a-z.
I spy letter game Handwriting: dash
Rhyme: Little bo peep
Communication: The Frog Prince(Tell the story)
 Jolly Phonics Activity: Which instrument

SECOND TERM.

SECOND TERM

WEEKSTOPICS
1Revision/ entry behaviour a-z
Rhyme-I’m a little tea pot.
Communication story- ugly duckling.
Phonics activity- listening walks.
2Sound letter a-z. Associate with objects.
 Write letters a-z.
Rhyme- Incy wincy spider.
Communication-The hare and the tortoise.
Reading queen primer.
Activity – listening walks.
3Reading A-J.
Writing A-F.
Introduction of vowels(a,e,i,o,u.).sounds and letter names of the vowels.
Identification/association with objects.colouring and writing/matching/fill in the gaps.
I spy letter games.
Rhyme- five noisy vowels.
Communication- The hungry bear
Reading queen primer.
Activity- matching sound makers.
4Reading letter A-O.
Identify and write A-J.
Continuation of vowel sounds and names.
Identification/association/writing(fill in the gaps).
I spy letter game.
Rhyme- roses are red.
Communication story- The three Billy goats.
Activity- matching sound makers.
Reading- queen primer.
5Reading letter A-T
Identify and write letter A-O.
Identification/association with objects.
Dictation/matching of words.
Rhyme- lady bird,lady bird.
Communication story- The country mouse and the town mouse. Activity- digging for treasure.
6Reading A-Z
Identification and writing letter A-Z
Dictation/writing/matching of words.
Rhyme- pat-a-cake.
Communication story- one bad bunny.
Reading- queen primer.
Activity -digging for treasure.
  7 Mid-Term Break
8Read, sound, recognise and write Aa-Jj.
Formation,blending,spelling and reading.
Dictation/writing/matching of words.
Rhyme – Lucy locket.
Communication story- snow white and the seven dwarfs.
Reading- queen primer.
Activity- I know a word.
9Reading,sounding,recognition and writing Aa-Zz.
Non conventional two letter words with vowels’a’ and ‘e’,blending, spelling,reading,dictation and writing.
Matching of words.
Rhyme -hey diddle diddle.
Communication story- snow white and the seven dwarfs.
Reading-queen primer.
 Activity- I know a word.
10Non conventional two letter words with vowels i,o,u. Blending,spelling,reading,dictation and writing.
Matching of words.
Rhyme- There was a crooked man.
Communication story-The grasshopper and the ant.
Activity- musical corners.
11Conventional two letter word- as,am, in, on etc. Blending,spelling,reading, dictation and writing.
Ryhme – There was a crooked man.
Communication story- little red riding hood.
Activity- musical corner.

THIRD TERM

WEEK 
1Revision of Aa – Zz and non-conventional two letter words
– Blending, writing, reading.
Rhyme: Here we go round the mulberry bush.
Communication: The tortoise and the elephant
Activity: Mouth Movements
Handwriting : Pattern (Strokes and Curves)
2Conventional two letter words
Blending, reading, dictation, writing, matching
 Fill in the gaps I spy word game
Rhyme: Ding dong bell, pussy’s in the well
Communication: Cinderella.
Activity: Mouth Movements
Handwriting: Pattern (strokes and Curves
3Formation of simple sentences with two letter words.
Reading and writing of two letter words in sentences
I spy word game
Rhyme: Jack be nimble
Communication: Webster the littlest frog (Page 84, 100 stories) Handwriting: Pattern cecececececece
Reading: Queen Primer and Jolly phonics books
Jolly Phonics : Noisy Neighbours
4Formation of simple sentences with two letter words
Dictation of two letter words in sentences
I spy game
Rhyme: It’s raining, It’s raining
Communication: Snow white and the seven dwarfs.
Handwriting: g, q, s.
Reading: Queen Primer Part 1 and Jolly phonics books
Jolly Phonics: Noisy Neighbours
5Non-Conventional two letter words leading to three letter words e.g. ba, ca, da, be, de, fe,
Spelling of personal names
Blending, reading, writing and dictation
Fill the missing letters in the gaps, matching
Rhyme: London Bridge is falling down
Communication: The Lion and the |Mouse (Ref to What a fright) Handwriting: c, a, d, o.
Reading: Queen Primer Part 1
Jolly Phonics: Our favourite rhymes
6Continuation of Non-Conventional two letter words leading to three letter words
e.g. bi, ci, di, fi
Bo, co, do, fo
Bu, cu, du, fu
Spelling, dictation, writing and reading
Rhyme: I see the moon.
Communication: Ginger bread man
Handwriting: b, h, p, k Reading: Queen Primer.
Jolly Phonics: Our favourite rhymes
7Mid- Term Break
8Formation of three letter words
Spelling, dictation and writing
Fill in the gaps
Rhyme: little polly
Communication: Why the tortoise has a bald head
Handwriting; u, y
Reading: Queen Primer
Jolly Phonics: Bertha goes to the zoo
9Three letter words
Reading, spelling, dictation and writing
Fill in the gaps, matching
Rhyme: Good, better, best
Communication: Little Red Riding hood
Handwriting: j, f
 Reading: Queen Primer
Jolly Phonics: Bertha goes to the zoo
10Three letter words Reading,
Spelling, dictation, writing and matching
Fill in the gaps
Rhyme: Mary had a little lamb.
Communication: Jack and the bean stalk
Handwriting: r, m, n
Reading: Queen Primer
Jolly Phonics: Socks and shakers
11Three letter words
Reading, Spelling, dictation, writing and matching
Fill in the gaps
Rhyme: Mary had a little lamb.
Communication: The Princess and the Pea
Handwriting: l, I, t, / v, w, x, z (week 11)
Reading: Queen Primer
Jolly Phonics: Socks and shakers

Scheme of Work for Reception 1(One)

NUMERACY

First Term Reception 1

WEEKFIRST TERM
1Entry behaviour, Oral counting recognition and writing 0-2 Rhyme – Apple red, apple round.
Sensorial – Building with lego
2Oral counting 0-10, writing 0-3
 Counting, recognition, writing
Rhyme – There were two black birds
Sensorial – Number rods 1-5
Colour – blue/ water play (sponging)
3Oral counting of 0- 5, writing 0 – 5
Counting, recognition, writing
Rhyme – 1,2,3,4 teacher waiting at the door
Sensorial – Number rods (all the rods)
Colour – red/water play (sponging)
4Oral counting 0 – 20, writing 0 – 8
Counting, recognition, writing
Rhyme – To market, to market
Sensorial – The pink tower (all the cubes)
Colour – yellow/sand play (pouring)
5Oral counting of 0 – 25, writing 0 – 10
Counting, recognition of numbers
Counting forward and backward (1-5)
Rhyme – fly, fly, fly the butterfly
Sensorial – Colour box 1, blue, red, yellow
6Oral counting 0 – 30, writing of 0-15
Counting, recognition of numbers
Counting forward and backward (1 – 10)
Fil in the missing numbers
Rhyme – 1,2,3,4,5 once I caught a fish alive
Sensorial – Shape – Circle/sand play (spooning).
7Mid- Term Break
8Oral counting 0- 35, recognition and writing 0 – 20
Counting, recognition and writing of numbers
Counting forward and backward (1 -10)
Matching of numbers with objects (counters)
Rhyme – Goosey, goosey gander
Sensorial – counting with counters & water play (spooning with spoon)
9Oral counting 0 -40, recognition and writing 0 -25
Matching of numbers with objects (1-10)
Fill in the missing numbers
Rhyme – 1, 2 buckle my shoes
Sensorial – shape – Square
10Oral counting 0 – 45, recognition and writing 0 -30
Counting forward and backward (1-10)
Matching of numbers with objects
Rhyme – Old Macdonald had a farm
Sensorial – Shape – Triangle
11Oral Counting 0 – 50, writing 0 – 35
Counting, recognition and writing of numbers
Fill in the missing numbers
Rhyme – cobbler cobbler mend my shoe(451)
Sensorial – Shape rectangle

Second Term

WEEKS 1Entry Behaviour / Revision
Rhyme – I can clap with my two hands
Sensorial – The four basic shapes and Velcro frame Counting with counters
2Oral  counting  0 – 55, writing  0 – 40
Counting, recognition, and writing of numbers
Counting forward and backs 1 – 10
Fill in the missing numbers
Rhyme – I have two hands and I have ten toes
 Sensorial – Primary colours ( colour box 1) and Small buttoning frame.
3Oral counting 0 – 60, writing 0 – 45
Counting, recognition, and writing of numbers
Counting forward and backs 1 – 10
Matching of numbers to objects
Rhymes – Humpty Dumpty
Sensorial – Sort according to shapes and colours.
4Counting of sets 1 – 5 –    
Counting together, sorting and writing
Rhyme – The three blind mice
Sensorial – Spindle box and Lacing frame
5Counting two sets of objects together
Counting of 0 – 65
Counting , recognition and writing of 0-50
Fill in the missing numbers, counting together
Counting two sets of objects (1 – 10 objects)
Rhyme – Sing a song of six pence
Sensorial – Pink tower and counting two sets of objects (1-10).
6Oral counting of 0 – 70
Counting , recognition and writing 0-55
Matching of numbers with objects
Counting two sets of objects (1 – 10 objects)
Rhyme – Mary had a little lamb
Sensorial – Secondary colours (colour box 2) and Counting two sets of objects(1-10).
7Mid Term Break
8Oral counting of 0 – 75,
Counting , recognition and writing 0- 60
Fill in the missing numbers
Introduction to weight (Heavier – Lighter)
Rhyme – There was an old woman
Sensorial – Knobbed cylinder and Lacing frame
9Drawing o f balls to represent numbers
– Counting, drawing of balls, identification and writing Weight (Heavier – Lighter)
Rhyme – Tick say the clock
Sensorial – Pink tower(1st five) and Threading with large beads
10Counting in sets and drawing of balls to represent numbers.
–  Counting, drawing of balls, recognition and writing
Quantity (more or less)
Rhyme – Hot cross buns
Sensorial – Pink tower (all) and Counting with counters
11Counting of 0 – 90
Counting, recognition and writing 0- 65
Fill in the missing numbers – Quantity(measuring more or less) – Volume  
Rhyme – oranges and lemon
Sensorial – Threading large beads and Broad brown stairs (1st five)

THIRD TERM

WEEKSTOPICS
1Entry Behaviour/Revision
Writing of numbers 0 -65
Counting in sets
drawing of balls to represent numbers
Rhyme: This old man
Sensorial: Broad brown stairs(all the stairs)
2Oral Counting of numbers 0 – 100,
identify and write 0 – 65
Counting forward and backwards 1 -10
Rhyme: Solomon grundy
Sensorial: counting and threading large beads
3Oral counting of numbers 0 – 110, recognize and write 0-70 Recognition, spelling and writing of numbers 1 – 2 in words
Drawing of balls to represent numbers
Matching of numbers to objects
Rhyme: Hicketty picketty my black hen
Sensorial: Number rods
4Counting two sets of objects together
Spellings and writing numbers 1 – 3 in words
Rhyme: Hickory dickory duck
Sensorial: Number Rods
5Oral counting of numbers 0 – 130, recognize and write 0 – 80
Simple addition of numbers 0 – 5 in horizontal order (Fundamental Maths, Pages 32 – 33)
Fill in the missing numbers
Rhyme: pop goes weasel
Sensorial: Knobbed Cylinder
6Simple addition of numbers 0 – 5 in horizontal order (Fundamental Maths Pages 34-36)
Fill in the numbers
Match numbers to objects
Rhyme: There are seven days.
Sensorial: Knobbed Cylinder
7.Mid-term Break
8.Simple addition of numbers 0 – 5 in vertical arrangement. (Fundamental Maths Pages 37 – 41)
Introduction to the concept of length (using hand and foot span) Spelling and writing numbers 0 – 5 in words
Rhyme: Old Macdonald
Sensorial: Fixing puzzle, Knobless Cylinder
9Simple addition of number 0 – 10 in both horizontal and vertical order Fraction of half (1/2)
Rhyme: take a little step.
Sensorial: Fixing puzzle, Knobless Cylinder
10Oral Counting of numbers 0 – 140, recognize and write numbers 0 – 90
Spelling and writing number 1 – 5 in words
Simple subtraction of numbers 1 – 5 (using counters)
Rhyme: five little ducks went(page 194)
Sensorial: Long red rods and small button frame
11Oral counting of numbers 0 – 150, recognize and write 0 – 100
Spell and write numbers 1 – 5 in words
Simple subtraction of numbers 1 – 10 (using counter)
Fill missing numbers
Rhyme: five little ducks went(page 194)
Sensorial: Long red rods

Scheme of Work for Reception 1(One)

KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING OF THE WORLD (K.U.W)

FIRST TERM Reception 1

WEEKCONTENT
1Exploring the school premises
Visit to the administrative blocks
Visit to the other rooms
 Visit to the kitchen
Visit to the store
Safety rules at home
2Introduction of self
My name
Age
Sex
3The body
–   Parts and care of the body
Bible story- Adam and Eve (Garden of Eden)
4The Sense Organs
Tasting – Tongue
Hearing – Ears
Seeing – Eyes
Feeling – Skin
Smelling – Nose Care of the senses
5Food
Food that makes us grow
Food that spoils the teeth
Bible story – Noah and the Ark (Ending at Entry of Animals into the Ark)
6Common Fruits
Identification of sweet fruits
Identification of sour fruits.
Bible story – Noah’s Ark (Ending at God’s Promise and the rainbow)
7Mid- term Break
8Family
Members
Duties
9My home
Rooms in the home
Objects in the home
Safety rules at home
Bible story – Visit of the Angel
10Objects in the sky
Objects at night
Objects during the day
Bible story – The birth of Jesus
11Traffic Rules
Traffic lights
Zebra crossing
Safety rules
Bible story – The visit of the wise men
12Revision on traffic rules
13Revision on Family

SECOND TERM

WEEKSTOPICS
1Our community Mention one important place you have been to in our country Identification of communities around us Hospital, school, bank, market, church, mosque
2Our country (Nigerian)
Where is your country
Name of the country
Name of the president
Number of states
National symbols ( flag, picture of the map)
3Nigerian cultures
Practical illustration
The three major tribes (identification)
Food , dressing, language , festival Greetings
4Pet animals (Domestic Animal)
Can we have animals as friends?
Types
Care for pets/what they need
Where they live
Sounds they make
5Living and non- living things
How do we know living things identification (features/what they can do)
The zoo Animal (wild animals)Are all animals friendly
6Types
Where they live
What they eat Sounds they make What we get from them
7Mid- term Break
8Farm animals
Where they live
What they eat
Sounds they make
What we get from them
9Animals with feathers (birds)
Flying birds
Swimming birds
Walking birds
What they eat
Sounds they make
10Animals with shells
Types e.g snail, turtle Tortoise, crab, periwinkle
What they eat
Where they can be found
11Sea (water) animals
Identification (types)
Small and large Features

Reception Scheme of work

THIRD TERM

WEEK 
1Weather
Raining, Sunny, Windy and Cloudy
Clothes we wear
Things we use according to the weather
2Water
Sources of Water
Uses of water
3Plants
 Types of Plants
Tree plants
Flower plants
Grass plants
Parts of a plant
4Planting
Planting of bean seeds/maize seeds
Observation of germinating bean seeds
Caring for the young plant.
5Creeping Crawlies in the garden
Identify a garden
Identify creepy crawlies
Helpful and dangerous ones
6Creeping Crawlies in the home
Identification of house hold pests
Dangers of house hold pests
How to avoid them
How to get rid of them.
7Mid- term Break
8Hospital and medication
Identify a hospital and some medication
People in the hospital
Importance of medication
Objects in the hospital.
9Exploring the Science Laboratory
–  Identification of a laboratory
10Solutions
Mixture of salt and water
Mixture of sugar and water
Mixture of oil and water
Mixture of flour and water
Mixture of sand and water
Mixture of paper and water.
11Computer Technology
Identify a computer
Parts of a computer
Using the keyboard
Typing their names

Scheme of Work for Reception 1(One)

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (P.S.D.)

FIRST TERM Reception 1

WEEK 
1Proper washing of hands before and after meals
Reasons
Items for washing
2Different meal time
– Breakfasting, lunch and dinner
3Laying of tables
 Items used for laying of tables
Demonstration
Proper positioning of items
4Proper table manners
The dos and don’ts during meal
Proper use of all the cutleries (specify) e.g. fork, spoon and knife
Clearing of the tables after meal (cups, plates and cutlery sets)
Cleaning of the table and putting the table mat in place
Washing of plates and cutleries
5Sponging
Items used for sponging
How to sponge(demonstration)
6Personal cleanliness
Bathing
Brushing of the teeth
Care of the hair
Care of the nails
7Mid- term Break
8Proper use of the toilet
Toilet posture
Cleaning with tissue
Flushing and spraying air fresheners(with supervision)
Wash hands after use.
9Correct postures
While standing, sitting and walking
Sitting posture for girls and boys at school and in public
10Opening and shutting of the door gently
Identification
Demonstration (holding and shutting)
11Proper handling of books
Keeping their books well
No writing on the booksNo
folding of the books.
No throwing of the books

SECOND TERM

WEEKSTOPICS
1Tidying up of the class room
Picking of litters
Sweeping and mopping
Dusting of tables and chairs
Putting things in place
2Care of the environment
Sweeping
Picking up of litters
3Proper handling of sharp objects
Identification
Handling of scissors, pencils and biros
Holding sharp objects down
4Gardening
Identification of garden tools
Raking of garden
Watering of flower
Weeding of unwanted plants
5Planting and watering of seeds
Demonstration
Identification
Observation
Care of plants
6Making friends
How to make friends
What they do together
How to keep friends
7Mid- term Break
8Receiving visitors and answering calls
Courtesy (politeness)
Dramatization
Language development (greeting)
9Texture development
Demonstration
Bread and water (soft and increase in size)
Cotton wool and water (soft and absorbs)
Flour and water (sticky)
10Sterognostic sense of hearing, seeing and feeling Language development
Mystery box
Blind folding
11Sterognostic sense of hearing, tasting and smelling
Sound boxes
Taste bud
Smelling jars

Reception Scheme of work

THIRD TERM

WEEK 
1Button and Zip frame
Identification
Demonstration
Purpose
2Hook and Press button frame
Identification
Demonstration
 –           Purpose
3Lace Frame
Identification
Demonstration
Lacing of shoes
4Dressing and Undressing
Demonstration
Purpose
5Washing of Handkerchiefs
Identification
Demonstration
Usefulness
6Folding of handkerchiefs and shirts
Identification
Demonstration
Where they can be kept.
  7Mid- term Break
8Fabric Boards
Differentiating the textures of fabrics
Language development (thick, soft etc)
Identification (satin, velvet, cotton, wool).
9Touch Board
Identification
Differentiating the surfaces of touch board
Language development (eg. Smooth, smoother, smoothest, rough, rougher, roughest.
10Rolling and Unrolling of Mats
Identification
Uses of mats
Demonstration
  11Computer Training
–  Typing of names

Reception Scheme of work

CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT

FIRST TERM    Receptiom 1

WEEK 
1Freehand scribbling
Music – Do you feel so good?
Drama – dramatize the song
2Controlled pattern making
Music – call,call,call a friend.
Drama – dramatize the song
3Palm printing
Music – I can clap with my two hands.
 Drama – clapping and dancing to the song
4Blotted pattern on folded paper
Music – Birds are flying in the sky
Drama – Good table manners
5Drawing and colouring of a fish
Music – I’m so glad
Drama – dramatization of animal movement and sounds
6Drawing of myself
Music – My head, my shoulders, my knees and my toes
Drama – dramatize the song
7Mid – term break
8Draw and colour a house
Music – In my father’s house, there are many mansions there
Drama – dramatize the story of the three little pigs.
9String pulling pictures
Music – Running over, running over
Drama – dramatize the duties of each member of the family
10Collage of a pot with sand
Music – Pease porridge hot
Drama-dramatize the birth of Jesus Christ
11Making Christmas cards
Music – Jingle Bells
Drama – dramatize the birth of Jesus Christ

RECEPTION ONE

SECOND TERM

WEEKSTOPICS
1Creative Art- Tracing of different fruits
Music –We are singing, singing, singing
Drama – Drama on the creation – story of Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden
2Creative Art – Paper batiq Music –Pieces of paper Drama- Drama on the three little pigs
3Creative Art- Collage of a face
Music – Here we go round the mulberry bush
Drama – Drama on the story of Moses
4Creative Art – Making of Valentine carols/roses
Music – Roses are red
Drama – Dramatize gardening
5Creative Art – Moulding objects with clay/ plastercine
Music – Yankee doodle
Drama – Dramatize the music
6Creative Art – Collage of a fruit basket
Music – I have two eyes and it goes blink, blink.
Drama – Dramatizing how to make friends
7Mid-Term Break
8Creative Art- Folding a paper fan
Music- I remember when I was a soldier
Drama – Dramatizing how to receive phone calls
9Creative Art- Folding of newspaper caps and boats
Music – 1 2 3 Jesus loves me.
Drama – Dramatize the song
10Creative Art- Painting of Easter eggs
Music – Jesus loves the little children
Drama – Dramatize the crucifixion of Jesus Christ
11Creative Art- Pattern making with fingers using different colours and making Easter cards
Music – Jesus loves the little children
Drama – Dramatize the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and Egg hunts

THIRD TERM

WEEK 
1Creative Art – Drawing and Colouring of Flower
Music – I love the flowers
Drama – Dramatize the song.
2Creative Art – Drawing and Colouring of Daddy
Music – Old Macdonald
Drama – Dramatize the song “Old Macdonald”.
3Creative Art – Etching (e.g. coin, tree trunk etc)
Music – Individual song (Create a song; sing a short song in turns). Drama – Dramatize the songs
4Creative Art – Collage of a Hen
Music – London Bridge is falling down
Drama – Dramatize the story of the Good Samaritan
5Creative Art – Painting of Snail Shells
Music – Rain, rain pattering down
Drama – Dance Drama “The Lion and the Mouse
6Creative Art – Making different grain pictures with glue and cardboard
Music – – Father Abraham
Drama – Short drama on the Ginger bread man.
7Mid-Term Break
8Creative Art – Collage of a fish
Music
Drama – Oranges and Lemons.
9Creative Art – Drawing and colouring of an Orange
Music – Play of music
Drama – Dramatize “Little Red Riding Hood”.
10Creative Art – Tearing and pasting of paper to make pictures
Music – God whose name is love
Drama – Dramatize Jack and the bean stalk
    11Creative Art – Leaf Print Pattern or fruit
Music – The cock is dead.
Drama – Dramatize “Princess and the Pea”.

Reception Scheme of work

1ST TERM Reception 1

PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT

WK 1             Walking exercise Walking and stopping Walking fast and slow

WK 2          Game

Ring-a-ring-a roses

WK 3         Game

Who is in the garden?

WK 4         Arm exercise

Flying like an aeroplane

WK 5         Flexibility exercise

Hand rolling and waist rolling

WK 6         Flexibility exercise

Running on the spot

Wk 7    Mid- term Break

WK 8 Playing with ball

Football

WK  9         Balancing

Balancing on plank

WK 10  Jumping

Jumping over plank

WK 11  Racing

Fillin

SECOND TERM

WEEKSTOPICS
1General flexibility exercise
Rotation of the waist Swinging of hand and rolling of the ankle
2Walking exercise
Walking fast and slow
Walking forward and backward
  
3Race (50m race)
Big flip flop race
4Race (50m race)
Fill in the basket
5Racing 50m race
Bursting the balloon
6Game
Ring-a-ring-a-roses
7Mid- term Break
8Playing with ball
Football
9Game
Jack in the box
10Game
There is fire on the mountain
11Flexibility exercise
Jog-walk-jog

 THIRD TERM

1Playing with ball
Identify a ball
Throwing a ball
Kicking a ball
2Walking exercise
Walk slowly
Walk fast
Walk on a straight line
3Game (Tug of war)
Pulling of rope
Sing a song
4Race
Obstacle race
5Flexibility Exercise
Rolling on a mat
6Track and field
–     High jump
7Mid- term Break
8Balancing on a plank
–     Walking on a plank
9Racing (25m)
Running to pick objects
Running from one place to another to touch another,
10General Exercise
Sliding and swinging
Climb and slide
Sit and swing
11Revision on
High jump
Balancing
Racing

Reception Curriculum

RECEPTION PROJECT TOPICS

FIRST TERM

WEEKTOPICS
1Cut and Paste one object found in the school premises
2Draw and colour your self
3Draw or Cut and paste two parts of the body
4Cut and paste or draw two sense organs
5Cut and paste or draw and colour one food that helps you to grow.
6Cut and paste or draw and colour one sweet fruit and one sour fruits
7Mid- term Break
8Paste the picture of your family
9Cut and paste or draw two objects found at home
10Cut and paste or draw and colour two things found in the sky
11Draw and colour a traffic light

Reception Curriculum

SECOND TERM

1cut and paste one important place you have been in your community
2Cut and paste or draw and colour two things used to care for the environment.
3Cut and paste the picture of the Nigerian President
4Cut and paste or draw and colour two sharp objects
5Cut and paste two people dressed in Nigerian Cultural attire
6Cut and paste or draw and colour two tools for gardening
7Mid- term Break
8Cut and paste two pet animals of your choice
9Cut and paste or draw and colour two living and non-living things respectively
10Cut and paste or draw and colour two animals with feathers
11Cut and paste a picture of a person making or receiving calls.

THIRD TERM

WEEKTOPICS
1Cut and Paste /Draw and colour two things used in the raining season
2Cut and paste /Draw and Colour two sources of water
3Cut and paste a picture of grass plants and tree plants
4Cut and paste/Draw and colour two creepy crawlies in the garden
5Cut and paste /Draw and colour two creepy crawlies in the home
6Plant maize seed and bring to school
7Mid- term Break
8Cut and paste two objects found in the hospital
9Cut and paste one thick fabric and one soft fabric
10Cut and paste a computer keyboard

Reception Curriculum

EYFS Scheme of work

SCHEME OF WORK RECEPTION 2

NUMERACY

First Term

WEEKS 1.Oral counting 0 – 20 / Entry Behavior
–     Counting in sequence, recognition and writing
Rhyme: The Cold Old House (100 stories and rhyme page 41) Sensorial- Number rod, 4 basic shapes & water play (pouring) Big Question: Can you identity these numbers? 12, 9,3,10
  2.Numbers 0 – 30
–      Counting in sequence and writing 0-30 ( forward and backwards)
Rhyme: One Hen Pecking in the Garden (1000 stories and rhymes page 95)
Sensorial: Primary colours ( box 1) and sand play ( scooping) Big Question: Can you identify these numbers? 24,15, 8,19
  3.Number 0 – 40
Counting in sequence forward and backwards
Recognition and writing
Fill in the missing numbers Introduction to volume
Rhyme: Once I saw a Little Bird
Sensorial: Spindle box, water and sand play (sponging and scooping)
Big Question: Fill in these missing numbers 1,_,3_, _,6
4.Numbers 0 –50
counting in sequence forward and backwards
Recognition and writing
Fill in the missing numbers
Grouping and counting in sets volume
Rhyme: This Old Man, he played 1-5
Sensorial:Colour box II, water and sand play with containers Big Question: Which container has more water?
5.Addition of numbers 0 – 10 (Horizontal arrangement)
Adding horizontally
Counting 0 – 60 in sequence
Recognition and writing
Fill in the missing numbers
Spelling and writing in words (1-2)
Rhyme: This Old Man, he played 6-10
Sensorial: Colour box II and pink tower
Big Question: Can you draw a horizontal line?
6.Number 0 – 60
Recognition and writing
Fill in the missing numbers
Addition of numbers 0 – 10 ( vertical arrangement)
Spelling and writing 1 – 4 in words
Rhyme: Old Mother Hubbard
Sensorial: Binomial cube & Solid shapes (cube and cuboids)
Big Question: What sign is this x, – (,)
7.MID -TERM BREAK
8.Addition of numbers 0 –10 with 2 and 3 addends
Numbers 0 – 60 counting in sequence
 –     Recognition and writing
Simple addition ( horizontal/vertical)
Writing in words 1 – 5
Introduction to solid shapes
Rhyme: Where is Thumb Kin?
Sensorial: Broad brown stairs, Solid shapes ( sphere and oval)
Big Question: How many numbers are we adding?
9.Numbers 0 – 70 counting in sequence
Recognition and writing
Introduction to length ( hand and foot span)
Practical measuring
Rhyme: Jack sprat could eat no fat.
Sensorial: Sound box and solid shape ( cone and cylinder)
Big Question: Can you measure with your hand?
10.Number 0 – 70 counting in sequence
–     Recognition and writing Simple subtraction of numbers 0 – 10 ( horizontal arrangement)
Writing 1 – 7 in words
Measurement ( length using ruler)
Rhyme: Hicketty picketty my black hen.
Sensorial: Long red rod and knobbed cylinder 1&2
Big Question: Can you draw a horizontal line?
11.Subtraction of numbers 0 – 10 vertical arrangement
Writing of 1 – 8 in words.
Positioning ( 1st , 2nd, 3rd ,4th , 5th, 6th )
Rhyme: Ten green bottle. Sensorial: Knobbed cylinder 3 & 4
Big Question: What sign is this (–), + )

EYFS Scheme of work,

Second Term

  1Revision of 1st terms work
Counting 1-100 in sequence, recognition, writing, spelling, Writing in words 1-10 and ordinals 1-5.
Rhyme- ten green bottles
Sensorial- the four basic shapes ( circle , square, triangle and rectangle)
2Addition and subtraction 0-10, writing 1-10 in words, odd and even numbers, solid shapes.
Counting in sequence, recognition, addition and subtraction
Rhyme – one man went mow
Sensorial – Knobbed cylinderShapes – cylinder, sphere ,oval
  3Addition with gaps, writing 1- 11 in words.
Counting in sequence, recognition, addition and spelling
Filling the gap, solving problems
Rhyme – One man went to mow
Sensorial – color box II (mixing of colors), broad brown stairs, pink tower
Solid shapes: cube, cuboid
4Bonding, writing 1 -12 in words
Counting in sequence, recognition, writing , bonding, spelling
Rhyme – little robin redbreast ( 1000 Nursery Rhyme Book, page 34)
Sensorial – Seguin box, diamond shapes
5Place value and writing of 1 – 13 in words
Counting in sequence, recognition, identification, writing and spelling
Rhyme – Three blind mice
Sensorial – solid shapes – cone
6Place value under ten and unit ( introduction to T&U) writing of 1 – 14 in words
Counting in sequence, recognition, identification, writing and spelling
Rhyme – Sing a song of six pence.
Sensorial – Seguin box star shape
7Mid-Term Break
8Addition under Tens and Units, writing 1 – 16 in words Counting in sequence, writing, addition and spellingSolving problemsRhyme – One little Indian ( page 419)Sensorial – Seguin box, heart and crescent shape
9Subtraction under Tens and Units, writing 1 – 16 in words
Counting in sequence, recognition, subtraction and spelling
Solving problems
Rhyme – One little Indian ( page 419)
Sensorial – construction with blocks and all solid shapes
10Counting, writing of 1-100, writing 1-17 in words, addition and subtraction with gaps up to 20, counting in 2s ( 2 – 20)
Counting in sequence, recognition, writing and spelling
Solving problems, addition and subtraction
Pattern as in fill in the missing numbers
Rhyme – Take a little step.
Sensorial – sorting according to colors and shapes
11Counting in 2s ( 2 – 50) and recite the two times table, writing 1 – 2- in words, introduction to weight
Counting in sequence, recognition, writing and spelling
 Fill in the missing numbers before and afterWeighing
Rhyme – Take a little step
Sensorial – pushing and pulling baric tablet and balancing scale

3rd term

WEEKSTOPICS
1Revision of 2nd term’s work
Counting and writing of numbers 0 – 200. Addition and subtraction of numbers
Big question: can you count end numbers from 9 – 200,ordinals 1 – 10
Counting in sequence, recognition and writing
Rhyme – Goosey, goosey gander
Sensorial – broad brown stairs2
2Arrangement of numbers under Tens and Units. Solving simple word problems, writing 1 – 20 in words
Big question: Practical (holding 40 match stickles) how many tens can we make out of these?
Counting in sequence, recognition, spelling, addition, subtraction
Solving word problems
Rhyme – there was a little boy (page 458 0f 1000 stories)
Sensorial – threading of beads on shoelace
3Arrangement of numbers under Tens and Units , solving simple word problems, writing 1 – 25 in words, Days of the week
Big question – practical (holding 40 match stickles) how many Tens can we make out of these?
Counting in sequence, recognition, spelling, addition and subtraction
Solving simple word problems, identification and recitation
Rhyme – there are seven days
Sensorial – geometric cabinet (1st two drawers)
4Addition and subtraction, spelling and writing of 1 – 30 in words, days of the week, counting and writing of numbers 0 – 250, fill in the missing numbers
Big question – practical (holding 40 match stickles) how many Tens can you make out of these?
Counting in sequence, recognition, spelling, addition and subtraction
Solving simple word problems, identification and recitation
Fill in the missing numbers before and after
Rhyme – Solomon Grundy
Sensorial – geometric cabinet (1st four drawers)
5Introduction to the concept of greater than and less than ( comparison of numbers), counting of numbers from 0 – 300, months of the year
Big question – which one is bigger? (big bucket, small bucket) Counting in sequence, recognition, writing and spelling
Comparing, identification and recitation
Rhyme – thirty days hath September
Sensorial – broad brown stairs, calendar
6Telling the time at o’clock, months of the year, writing of 40 – 50 in words
Big question – what do we use to tell time?
Counting in sequence, recognition, writing and spelling
Tell time, draw a clock face, recitation and identification
Rhyme – Ten o’ clock scholar (515)
Sensorial – clock face and calendar
7Mid-Term Break
8Introduction to money ( kobo), writing 40 – 50 in words, telling time at o’clock
Big question – what do we use to buy things at the shop?
Identification, writing, spelling tell the time, money draw a clock face
 Rhyme – Hot Cross Buns
Sensorial – clock face, shopping corner, calendar
9Introduction to fraction (1 whole, ½, ¼, 2/4, ¾) only, greater than and less than, write 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 100 in words, money (kobo) Identification, writing and spelling
Problem solving, comparing and sharing
Rhyme – As I was going to st Ives
Sensorial – fraction Box, apple, prange, paper, shopping corner
10Revision 1st – 3rd term Rhyme- Oh! The grand old duke of York.
11Examination Rhyme- A hunting we will go.

SCHEME OF WORK RECEPTION 2

PERSONAL AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

1ST TERM Reception 2

WEEK 
1SIMPLE COURTESY
The five magic words
Body demonstration for boys and girls
Big Question – what do you do when you see a guest?
2CORRECT POSTURE
Meaning Of Posture
Sitting Posture
Standing Posture
Walking Posture
Big Question – How do you stand?
3GOOD HABITS
Coming To School Early, Going To Bed Early, Obeying Instructions, Doing Homework, Praying.
Bad Habits
Spitting , Biting Of Fingernails, Sucking Of Fingers And Lips, Picking Of The Nose, Picking And Eating Things From The Floor Big Question – When do you go to bed?
4OPENING AND SHUTTING OF DOOR GENTLY Holding
Opening
Shitting
Big Question – What do you hold to open a door?
5PERSONAL HYGIENE
Care of the hair
Care of the teeth
Care of the nails
Care of the body
Big Question – How do you care for your body.
6PROPER USE OF THE TOILET
Proper sitting posture
Using of tissue
Flushing
Big Question – What is the toilet used for.
7Mid- term Break
8TABLE MANNERS Laying Of Table (Proper Positioning Of Materials)
Sitting Position
Proper Use Of Cutlery
Dos And Don’ts During A Meal
.Cleaning Up
Big Question – What do you do while eating?
9DRESSING AND UNDRESSING
Buttoning and unbuttoning
Zipping and unzipping
Tying of ribbons (cow)
Locking of press buttons or hooks
Big. Question – What type of clothe you wearing?
10DRESSING
Wearing socks
Wearing of shoes
Lacing of shoes
Big Question: what do you wear on your legs/feet?
11GREETING PEOPLE AND GUESTS/RECEIVING PHONE CALLS When
How
Other forms of greeting e.g. welcome, goodbye, thank you, sorry, we done.
Big Question – What do you say when answering a ca;;

EYFS Scheme of work,

RECEPTION TWO 2ND TERM

TOPICS

  1. Carrying and Lifting of Chairs
    1. How to carry chairs
    2. How to lift chairs
    3. How to position chairs when carrying
    4. How to arrange chairs
  2. Sweeping and Dusting
    1. Classroom
    2. Environment
    3. Dusting of Furniture
  3. Sense of Value
    1. Care of Properties / Belongings
    2. Value for people e.g nannies, drivers
  4. Washing
    1. Socks, handkerchiefs, napkins
    2. Items used for washing
    3. Drying
    4. Use of Cloth pegs
    5. Practical washing.
  5. Folding of handkerchief and clothes
    1. Identification
    2. Demonstration
    3. Purpose
    4. Where they can be kept
  6. Polishing of shoes
    1. Identification of items used
    2. Demonstration

7. Mid- term Break

8 Laying of beds

  • Materials used for laying of beds
  • Demonstration

9 Touch board

  • Identification
  • Language development(smooth, smoother, rough etc)

10 Fabric board

  • Identification
  • Language development (material is)
  • Texture development (soft, thick, etc)
  • Fabric idea ( Satin, cotton, wool)

11 Texture Change

  • Bread and water
  • Cotton wool and water
  • Garri and water

THIRD TERM

WEEK 1Making friends
How to choose friends
Playing with friends
Big question: – Who do you play with at all times?
2Plants in our environment
Identification and differentiation of :
Tree plants
Flower plants
Grass plants
Big question: – When you plant a seed, what does it grow into?
3Planting of seeds(corn)
Planting
Watering and caring
Observation
Big question: Where does plant come from?
4The stereognostic sense of seeing and feeling
Identification of organs
Mystery box
Blind fold
Big question: – What do you use to see and what do you use to feel?
5The stereognostic sense of smelling, tasting and hearing
Smelling jar(identification of pleasant and unpleasant smell)
Taste bud(sweet, sour and salty)
Sound boxes (different sounds – loud, low etc)
Big question: – Mention the five senses?
6Carrying of tray with one or more objects
Things to carry in trays
How to hold a tray
How to carry a tray with one or more objects
Big question: – What do we use to serve food?
7Mid- term Break
8Making of sandwiches
Ingredients used for sandwiches
Demonstration
Big question: – What did you have for breakfast?
9Threading of large beads on shoe lace Identification
Demonstration
Big question: What do we use thread for?
10Threading of small beads on shoe lace Identification
Demonstration
Big question: – what kind of jewellery does mummy wear?

SCHEME OF WORK RECEPTION 2

CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT

1ST TERM Reception 2

WEEK 
1C/AIR – PALM TRACING WITH CRAYON
Music – The more we are together
Drama – Dramatization of the song
Big Question – show me your palm, what do you see?
2C/ART – STRING PULLING PICTURE
Music – Call, call, call a friend.
Drama – Moving to the rhythm of the drum
Big Question – What are you holding?
3C/ART – CUTTING OF PAPER INTO SHAPES
Music – I have two eyes and it goes blink, blink
Drama – Dramatize greeting in the three tribes of Nigeria
Big Question mention the shapes you know
4C/ART – JOINING SHAPES TO FORM OBJECTS
Music – A-hunting we will go
Drama – Dancing to the music
Big Question – Name these objects.
5C/ART – MAKING OF STRAW NECK-LACE
Music – Recorded music on tape
Drama – Dramatizing greeting in the 3 major tribes in Nigeria Big Question – What does mummy wear on her neck?
6C/ART – WET CHALK DRAWING
Music – Rhythm (Druming) Drama – The greedy wife and the magic spoon Big Question – What are chalks used for?
7Mid- term Break
8C/ART – DRAWING AND COLOURING OF A SPOON
Music – My bunny lies over the ocean
Drama – Going shopping
Big Question – What are spoons used for?
9C/ART – DRAWING OF “MYSELF”
Music – Bobby shaft toes
Drama – Dramatizing a hospital scene
Big Question – What is your name?
10C/ART – MAKING OF CHRISTMAS DECORATION
Music – Ding-dong merrily on high
Drama – Dramatizing the birth of Jesus
Big Question – What is Christmas?
11C/ART – MAKING OF CHRISTMAS CARDS
Music – Little Jesus sweetly sleep
Drama – Dance drama of the birth of Jesus Christ (We will rock you-song)
Big Question – When do we give cards?

2ND TERM

TOPICS

  1. C/Art               Etching
    1. Music        –           Bata mi a dun ko-ko-ka
    2. Drama       –           Imitating duties of each family member
  2. C/Art               Modelling objects with clay or plastercine
    1. Music        –           Olurombi
    2. Drama       –           Olurombi
  3. C/Art               Drawing of an undersea world animals (fish)
    1. Music        –           I love to go a wandering
    2. Drama       –           Olurombi
  4. C/Art               –           Tracing of some metal insects (oval, star)
    1. Music        –           Miss Polly has a dolly
    2. Drama       –           Good table manners
  5. C/Art  –           Tracing of some metal insects (diamond, crescent)
    1. Music        –           Running over
    2. Drama       –           Dramatize old Roger is dead
  6. C/Art Making of Valentine card and rose
    1. Music        –           I love the flowers
    2. Drama       –           Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden

7. Mid term break

8. C/Art      -Making of paper boat and fan

  • Music         –           Que sera sera
  • Drama        –           Dramatize the song

9. C/Art          –           Drawing of my mother

  • Music        –           1,2,3 Jesus loves me.
  • Drama       –           Little red riding hood

10. C/Art      –           Making of picture frame with Carton

  • Music        –           Jesus loves the little children.
  • Drama       –           The crucifixion of Jesus Christ

11. C/Art              –           Painting of Easter egg

  • Music        –           God whose name is love.
  • Drama       –           Crucifixion of Jesus Christ

3RD TERM

WEEK 1C/Art – Making of flower vase.
Music –The cock is dead
Drama – Dance drama (play CD) moving to the rhythm of the beat.
B.Q – Where do we plant our flowers?
2C/Art – Rubbing tree trunk / any rough surface.
Music – As I was going to the market
Drama – Dramatize Abrahams sacrifice.
B.Q – Mention some rough and smooth surfaces.
3C/Art – Making of jewellery box.
Music – Father Abraham.
Drama – Abraham’s sacrifice
B.Q – Where does your mummy keep jewellery?
4C/Art – Paper batik
Music – Give me the old time religion.
Drama – Cinderella
B.Q – What colour is your favorite dress?
5C/Art – Weaving of paper mat
Music – Rain, rain pattering down
Drama – Cinderella
B.Q – What do we lie down on?
6C/Art – Fish collage with sand/scales.
Music – Some rivers in Africa
Drama – Fishermen at the river fishing.
B. Q – Mention the part of fish body
7Mid-Term Break
8.C/Art – Computer technologies – colouring of objects on the computer typing of ones name (print for each child).
Music – Do you feel so good
Drama – Sleeping Beauty
B.Q – What are the functions of a computer?
9.C/Art – Silhouette (shadow drawing)
Music – Oh dear what can the matter be?
Drama – Sleeping Beauty
B.Q – What are the pictures you have at home?
10.C/Art – Drawing and colouring of a house
Music – The crooked man
Drama – Joseph and his brothers
B.Q – Mention the different types of shelter that you know.

EYFS Scheme of work,

KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING OF THE WORLD (K.U.W)

FIRST TERM Reception 2

  1. Exploring my school environment
  • Administration Block
  • Playground
  • Special rooms

Communication: Creation story and the Garden of Eden

Big Question: What do we have around us?

2.   The five senses.

-Hearing-ear

-Seeing-eyes

-Smelling-nose

-Feeling-skin

-Tasting-tongue

Communication: Creation story and the Garden of Eden.

Big Question: Can you mention some parts of the body?

3.   Family

-The nuclear Family

-The Extended Family

-Duties of each member

-What they do together Communication: Cain and Abel.

Big Question: Who are the people that you have in your home?

4.   Food.

  • Food that build our body and teeth

-Food that spoil our teeth Communication: Cain and Abel.

Big Question: What is this?

5.   Our Community

  • Places in our community-school, market, hospital, bus-stop, station, fire-station, shop, home etc
  • Leaders e.g. Oba or Baale, Chief etc.
  • Communication – Noah’s Ark and the flood
  • Big Question: Who wears a crown?

6.   Air around us

  • It makes things move
  • It occupies space
  • It pushes things (carbon releases)
  • Communication – Noah’s Ark and the flood
  • Big Question:

7 Mid- term Break

8. My country Nigeria

  • National day
  • Flag
  • Anthem
  • Pledge

-President

  • Capital

Communication – The Good Samaritan

Big Question: What is the name of your country?

9.   My country – Nigeria

  • Three major tribes
  • Cloth
  • Food
  • Language

Communication – The Good Samaritan

Big Question: Have your heard someone speaks Yoruba language

10.   Religion

  • Three major religions
  • Place of worship
  • Head of worship

Communication – The birth of Jesus Christ and the visit of the angel

Big Question: Do you have a pastor in your church?

11.   Computer technologies

  • Part of the computer
  • Drawing of object using paints Big Question – What is this?

12.   Celebration, Festivals and ceremonies

  • Birthday, Easter, Festivals
  • Naming and wedding ceremonies

Communication – The birth of Jesus Christ and the visit of the angel

Big Question: Have you been a party before?

2ND TERM

1Kinds of Fruits

 Sweet, sour, good and rotten fruits
Benefits of fruits to the body.
The birth of Isaac.
2Kinds of vegetables
Those we can eat raw
Those we have to cook
How to shred vegetables.
The birth of Isaac.
3Kinds of soil
Sandy (Features e.g: does not hold water, found at the beach and used for building houses)
Loamy – for building
Clay – for moulding
The birth of Esau and Jacob
4A plant
Plant the seed in loamy soil
What plant need to grow(sun, water, good soil and air)
Care for the plant
Germination
Drawing and labelling of a plant.
The birth of Esau and Jacob.
5Shelters
Types of shelter(hut storey building bungalow)
Materials for building (mud, bricks, block, wood)
For roof- zinc, asbestos, thatches and leaves.
Joseph and his brothers
6Pets
Types of pet
Care, needs, what each one eats
Where they live
Joseph and his brothers.
7Mid- term Break
8Insects with six legs.
Friendly and harmful insects(usefulness of friendly insects, dangers of harmful insects)
How to prevent them/get rid of them.
The birth of Moses.
9Types of weather (Cloudy, sunny, windy, rainy)
Things we need for rainy days
Things we need for sunny days (at the beach)
The birth of Moses.
10The earth on a globe
Shape
Colour indication
Identification of Africa and the other continents.
How the earth moves round to give day and night(using a torch light) The crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
11Other countries in the world
The United States of America (Capital).
United Kingdom (Capital).
Identification of their flag, food and dressing.
The crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

THIRD TERM

1Means of transportation
By road- car, lorry, horse,lege.t.c.
By rail- train
By air –aeroplane, helicopter, hot balloon e.t.c
Call of Moses
Big Question: what moves us around?
2Traffic rules
Crossing the road- rules
Traffic light – rules
Zebra crossing – rules
Simple road signs
Call of Moses
Big Question: what makes cars move and stop?
3Water
Sources of water
Uses of water
Containers for carrying water
Where it goes after use
Identify floating and sinking objects
David and Goliath
B.Q: Where does water come from?
4Land forms
Island
Lake
Valleys
Hill
David and Goliath
What do you see on your way to school?
5Light
Sources of light around us
Uses of light
The birth and call of Samuel
B.Q: What makes you see clearly?
6What animals eat (food chain)
Those that eat grass
Those that eat flesh
The birth and call of Samuel
B.Q: Do all animals eat grass?
7Mid- term Break
8Reptiles
They are cold blooded animals(their body are always cold) e.g snake, lizard, crocodiles etc
B.Q: What are the animals that have scales?
9Mammals
Water mammals(sea lion whale, dolphin)
Land mammals (bat , lion, dog )etc
B.G: Do all animals breast feed?
10Birds
Walking birds
Flying birds
Swimming birds
B.Q: What flies in the air?
11Revision (1st -3rd Term)

EYFS Scheme of work,

LITERACY

Week  First Term Reception 2
1Entry Behaviour (Aa – Zz)
Activity: Silly Soup
Handwriting: Pattern tracing Nelson Handwriting book 1 page 6. Communication: Rumpelstilskin
Moral Lesson: It is not good to tell lies.
Do not always feel or think that you know it all.
Rhyme: Goosey Goosey Gander
Big Question – How many letters do we have in the English alphabet?
2Upper and Lower Case Aa – Zz
Activity: Silly Soup
Handwriting: curve tracing Nelson Handwriting book 1 pages 7 and 9.
Sounding, reading, writing and filling missing letters
Dictation of letter names and sounds
Rhyme: Yankee doodle
Communication: Rumpelstilskin
Moral Lesson: It is good to keep to your promises.
Do not always ask for a reward before you do a good deed.
3Vowels (Monday – Tuesday)/ Consonants (Wednesday – Friday) Activity: Grandmother’s footsteps
Handwriting:Joining curves Nelson Handwriting book 1 pages 8. Sounding, formation, reading, writing, dictation Oral blending, Sound talking /spelling of one’s name
Rhyme: Five Noisy Vowels Communication: The Elves and the Shoemaker
Moral Lesson: It is good to be hardworking
Do not despise your days of little beginning.
4Vowels / Consonants
Activity: Grandmother’s footsteps
Sounding, formation, reading, writing, dictation
Blending /spelling of one’s name.
Punctuation – Capital letter and Full Stop.
Rhyme: Rose are red.
Communication: The Elves and the Shoemaker. Be happy to help and when you help people.It is good to show appreciation for the help you have received.
Reading: Queen Primer book 1
Big Question: Can you sound the Vowels and Consonants? Handwriting: g, q, o
5Non- Conventional two letter words (eg. ab, ac, ad, afetc) & Conventional two letter words. Diagraph – “ay” e.g. hay, way Activity: Teddy is left in the jungle
Blending Sounds, reading, writing, dictation
Rhyme: ding dong bell
Communication: Pied Piper of Hamelin
Moral Lesson: (1) It is good to keep to our promises.
(2)Do not be greedy .
Reading: Queen Primer book 2 – pages 4-5 Handwriting: u, y, j
Big Question: Can you blend these (ab, ac, at, on)
6Non – Conventional two letter words (ba, ca, da, fa, be, de, ce, fe) Diagraph – “ay” e.g. say, play  
Activity: Teddy is left in the jungle Blending Sounds, reading, writing, dictation
Rhyme: Simple Simon met a Pie man
Communication: Pied Piper of Hamelin.
Moral Lesson: (1) It is bad to deceive people.
(2) It is good to be forgiving.  
Reading: Queen Primer and Ladybird
Handwriting: k, b, h, p
Big Question: Can you blend these (ba, ca)
7Mid-Term Break
8Non – Conventional two letter words (ba, ca, da, fa, be, de, ce, fe) Diagraph “ee” e.g. see, tree etc
Activity: Socks and Shakers Blending Sounds, reading, writing, dictation
Rhyme: The  Crooked man Communication: Hansel and Gretel Moral Lesson: (1) It is not good to be wicked.
It is good to love your family members.
It is not good to be wasteful.
Reading: Queen Primer 2 pages 8-9 and Ladybird 1a
Handwriting: v, w, x, z
9Set 1: s, a, t, p Tricky Words ( you, that, here, are, the )
Activity: Socks and Shakers. Blending Sounds, reading, writing, dictation Reading of simple sentences
Rhyme: Little Miss Muffet
Communication: Rapunzel
Moral Lesson: (1) It is not good to take what does not belong to you. (2) It is not good to be selfish.
Handwriting: r, m, n
10Set 2: I, n, m, d Tricky Words – Red level( why, where were, he, she, was)
Activity: Musical Corners Blending Sounds, reading, writing, dictation Reading of simple sentences
Rhyme: Hey diddle diddle, the cat and the fiddle
Communication: Rapunzel
Moral Lesson: (1) Everyone has a gift that can be of help to others. (2) It is good to be brave and bold.
Handwriting: I, t, l
11Set 3: g, o, c, k Tricky Words ( her, what ,they, our, said )
Activity: Musical Corners Blending Sounds, reading, writing, dictation Reading of simple sentences
Rhyme: There was an old woman
Communication: The Princesses and woodcutter’s son
Moral Lesson: (1) It is not good to be greedy.
(2) It is not good to steal and be lazy.

EYFS Scheme of work

2ND TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1Revision Of First Term’s Work
Reading, Sounding, Recognition and Writing OF Aa – Zz
Vowels and Consonants
Jolly phonics set 1-(s,a,p,t)
Rhyme-lady bird, Ladybird
Activity-A listening movement(PAGE 9)
Commstory- Olurombi
2Jolly Phonics Set2-I,n,m,d
Comm-Olurombi
Rhyme-Incy wincy spider(Iwo Stories, PAGE 40)
Handwriting-s,f(sun, fan)
Reading- Guided reading, reading and writing sentences
Activity-A listening movement(PAGE 9)
Game- Look and say
3Jolly Phonics Set3-g,o
Sounding, blending, reading and dictation
Rhyme- The Little turtle dove Reading- Guided reading
Handwriting- Joining letter-“e” bee, see
The magic (e) – cake, gate, make, bake, etc.
Activity- Describe and find it(PAGE 11)
Comm story-The adventure of Pinocchio
Game- Look and say
4Jolly Phonics Set 3-c,k
Intro to the use of common words i.e. yes, for, has, the, and, he, she, say, I etc.
Intro to punctuation mark- comma, full stop (.), question mark (?) Sounding, blending, reading and dictation
Formation of words (Sh,th,ch)
Comm story- The Adventure of Pinocchio
Rhyme- Frene Jacques (1000 STORIES PAGE)
Handwriting- “oa”-coat and toad
Activity- Describe and find it (Pg 1)
Game- Look and say
5Jolly Phonics Set 4-(ck)e.g. neck and “e”
Correct use of This and That, These and Those
Composition on “Myself”
Sounding, blending, reading and dictation Formation of words- ng, wh
Comm- The Ugly duckling
Rhyme- I bought an old man (1000 STORIES)
Reading- Guided reading Handwriting- Joining words- ly, uy, buy, fly Activity-Story Sounds- (Pg 17)
Game- Look and say
6Jolly Phonics Set 4-u,r
Formation of words Sounding, blending, reading and dictation Comm- The Ugly duckling
Rhyme- You shall be queen (1000 STORIES Pg 17)
Reading- Guided reading
Handwriting- “am”, ‘an’- Jam, pan
Activity- Story sounds (Pg17)
Game- Look and say
7Mid term break
8Jolly Phonics Set 5-h,b
Correct use of “a” and “an”
Composition on myself
Formation of words
Sounding, blending, reading and dictation
Comm- The three Billy goats Tricky words- Yellow level
Rhyme- The baby in the cradle (1000 STORIES Pg363)
Reading- Guided reading
Handwriting- Joining of ‘all’- all is well
ACTIVITY- Noisy Neighbor 1(Pg 21)
Game- Look and say
9Jolly Phonics Set 5 – f,ff
e.g.i,u e.g. all,ss
e.g. glass, grass, dress
Formation of words
Sounding, blending, reading and dictation
Tricky words- Green level
Comm- The three Billy goats
Rhyme- Peter piper picked a peck of pepper
Reading- Guided Reading
Handwriting- him, him, him
Activity- Noisy Neighbor 1(Pg 21)
Game- Look and say
10Jelly Phonics Set 6- J,V
Formation of words
Sounding, blending, reading and dictation
Comm- The Hare and the tortoise
Rhyme- I’m just a little puppy(1000 stories)
READING- GUIDED READING
Handwriting- ago, too- long time ago, it too late
Activity- Noisy Neighbor 2(Pg22)
Game- Look and say
11Jolly Phonics Set 6- W,X
Correct use of “have” and “has”
Using “have” and “has in sentences
Formation of words
Sounding, blending, reading and dictation
COMM- The hare and the tortoise
Rhyme- The grand old duke of York(1000 STORIES Pg44)
Reading- Guided reading
Handwriting- was, rat- I was here it is a rat
Activity- Words about sounds (page 22)
Game- Look and say

LITERACY

THIRD TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1Entry behaviors
Reviews of 2nd term work
Upper and lower cases Aa- Zz
Building of phonetic words that begin with a-z
Consonant blends clusters-bl, br, Jolly Phonics words- set 1-3
Big Question- How many letters of the alphabet do we have? Formation, writing, spelling and reading
Rhyme- Mary had a little lamb
Comm- Cinderella
Handwriting- nut, hat, man {Joining diagonal letter}
Activity – Favourite sounds
2Nouns of persons, places, animals and things
Big Question- Mention some things you know
Tricky words- Blue level
Consonant blend clusters- cl, cr, dr.
Jolly phonics words – set 4-6
Formation, writing, spelling, dictation
Rhyme- Tweedle dum, Tweedle dee {Pg 61}
Comm- Cinderella
Reading- Ladybird/Queen primer II
Hand writing- hill, till, hill
3Singular and plural {adding “s”}
With the use this, that, these and those in sentences Composition on my pet
Consonant blend clusters- fl, fr, gl, gr.
Big Question- How many boys are there?
Formation, writing, reading, dictation
Rhyme- The wheel on the bus Comm- Jack and the bean stalk Reading- Ladybird/Queen primer
Handwriting- dry, my cup
Activity – Hidden instruments
4Words and opposite
Big Question- Daddy is a man and mummy is what?
Formation, writing, reading, dictation
Consonant blend clusters –sl, st, sc, sk, sn, sm, sp, sq, sw.
Rhyme- little Jack horner Comm- Jack and the bean stalk Reading- Ladybird/Queen primer
Handwriting- Let, cat, in Activity – Hidden instruments
5Building words with diagraph with th, wh
Introduction to Action words {verbs}
Consonant blend clusters –pl, pr, tr, tw,
Big Question- How do we pronounce “th”
Formation, blending, writing, spelling, dictation Picture comprehension
Rhyme- Old Roger is dead(page 674)
 Comm- Sleeping beauty Reading- Ladybird/Queen primer II Handwriting- pay all apple
Activity – Rhyming books
6Building words with diagraph letter{sh, ch,ng}
Comprehension
Big Question- what sound do you make when you want to tell somebody to keep quiet?
Formation, blending, writing, reading, dictation
Rhyme- Mary, Mary quiet contrary {page557}
Comm- Sleeping beauty
Reading- Ladybird/ Queen primer
Handwriting- rope, dog for
Activity – Rhyming books
7Mid-term Break
8Building words with double vowel diagraph ee, oo
Comprehension
Big Question- mention some words with ee and oo
Formation, blending, writing, reading, dictation
Rhyme- Good or bad
Comm- The princess and the pea{page 56}
Reading- Ladybird/ Queen primer II
Handwriting- coat, goat
Activity – Our favourite rhymes
9Building words with double vowels diagraph ai, oa, ea
Preposition
Big Question- Mention some words with ai and oa
Formation, blending, writing, dictation
Rhyme- If wish were horses
Comm- The princess and the pea
Reading- Ladybird/ Queen primer
Handwriting- My toy ran round Activity – Our favourite rhymes
10Revision of 1st– 3rd term Rhyme –little Polly flinders
11Examination, Examination

Reception Curriculum

PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT

1ST TERM reception 2

WEEK 
1WALKING EXERCISE
Walking and Stopping
Walking fast and slow
Big Question : What do we use for walking?
2BALANCE
On plant
On pavement
Big Question – On what are you standing?
3GAME
–     Who is in the garden?
Big Question – What can you see in the garden?
4RACE
–     Filling the basket
Big Question – Can you run a race?
5GAME
–     Cat and mice game (catching)
Big Question – Can we run like cat?
6GAME
–     There is fire on the mountain.
Big Question – Have you seen a five before?
7Mid- term Break
8GAME
–     Round around the village
Big Question – Have you been to the village?
9PLAYING WITH BALL
–     Throwing and catching of ball
Big. Question – Can you catch a ball?
10WALKING
Crutches near the ground On heels
Big Question: What are these?
11PLAYING WITH BALL
–     Foot ball
Big Question – What is this?
12PLAYING WITH BALL
–     Football
Big Question – Where are your feet?

Reception Curriculum

2ND TERM

  1. Walking Exercise
    • Walking forward and and backwards
    • Walking slow and fast

2. Track and Field Exercise

  • High jump

3. Race

  • Catching the train

4. Playing with ball

  • Filling the basket

5. Track and field

  • 50m race

6.

Track and Field

  • 75m race

7.     Mid- term Break

8. Playing with ball

  • Basket ball

9.Race

  • Obstacle race

10. Nigerian game

  • Suwe

11.Game

  • Jumping in and out of circle.

3RD TERM

  1General flexibility exercise
Big Question- What are the ways we exercise ourselves?
Floor exercise(do as i do).
2Race
Big question- Why do people run?
50 and 75m race.
3Nigerian game- Suwe
Big Question- What is your favourite game?
4Game
Big Question – Mention some games that you know.
Tug of war.
5Singing game
Big Question- Mention some games that you know.
Limbo Limbo.
6Race
Big Question- Why do people run?
Obstacle race.
7Mid- term Break
8Game
Big Question- Mention some games that you know.
Blind potato game.
9Racing
Big Question- What is race?
Cup and plate race.
10Playing with ball.
Big Question- Mention some things that you can play with in the field -Throwing and catching of ball.

Reception Curriculum

PROJECT TOPICS             2ND TERM

  • Cut and Paste two types of fruits
  • Cut and paste two types of vegetables
  • Cut and paste two items used in cleaning the environment.
  • Plant some bean seeds and bring to school
  • Draw and colour a house
  • Cut and paste your favourite pet
  • Cut and paste two types of insects with six legs
  • Cut and paste two materials used on a rainy day
  • Print out American and British flags

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