Grade R Lesson My home, garden and bugs Week 1 - Date Week...

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GRADE R WEEKLY LESSON PLAN Date: Week: 1 TOPIC : My home, garden and bugs MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY HOME LANGUAGE 2 hours per day Listening and Speaking Welcome learners-check Discussion ; My home- who lives in your home- family-extended family Messages-news -weather Discussion : what are homes made of-bricks cement/wood/steel Rote count -phonics-file Discussion : different rooms in the home- lounge/.bedrooms/ bathrooms/kitchen Reading -shapes-exercise Discussion : taking care of your home/helping at home/sweeping/putting clothes /dishes away Free-play activities Discussion :safety at home- emergency numbers/stranger danger Phonics Introduce phonic ‘w’-on phonic chart Identify ‘w’ in the environment Identify names beginning with ‘w’ Identify ‘w’ words Cut out and paste letter ‘w’ Handwriting skills Write letter ‘w’ in the air Write letter ‘w’ on the sandWrite ‘’w’ dot to dot Write words beginning with ‘w’ Writing patterns \ / \ / \ / \ / Reading Shared Reading: Shape books
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  • Spring '16
  • Week-day names, Natural number, Ordinal number, Shapes -rote count-1to, Play dough-cooking foodserving/guests, Fantasy play-tea party

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