Class: Primary 1

Term: 2nd Term

Week: 9

Age: 6 years

Duration: 45 minutes


Subject: Basic Science and Technology 

Curriculum Theme: Basic Science

Topic: Games

Content: Games

SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

  1. List different types of games
  2. Mention some materials use in game

Instructional Materials:

  1. Visual aids: Use pictures or illustrations of different types of games, such as indoor games, outdoor games, board games, and card games.
  2. Game materials: Bring in actual game materials that represent different types of games. For example, bring a football to represent outdoor games, a board game like Ludo, a deck of cards for card games.
  3. Charts or posters: Create charts or posters displaying the different types of games and their corresponding materials.
  4. Interactive activities: Plan interactive activities where students can participate in different games. For example, organize a short role-playing activity where students take turns playing different games (e.g., pretending to play tag or solving a puzzle together).
  5. Worksheets: Prepare worksheets or activity sheets that involve categorizing games or matching games with their respective materials.


Content Development: Games

TimeTeachers Points/ActivitiesContentTeaching MethodPupils Activities
5 minsIntroduce the topic: GamesIntroductionDiscussionPupils listen attentively.
10 minsExplain the concept of games and types of gamesTypes of GamesExplanationPupils actively participate in a class discussion to list different types of games (e.g., indoor games, outdoor games, board games, card games).
15 minsShow different game materials and discuss their usesMaterials Used in GamesClass ActivityPupils observe and identify various game materials (e.g., balls, cards, board, dice) provided by the teacher. They discuss their uses and mention other materials they are familiar with.
10 minsRecap the key points learnedRecap and SummaryQuestion and AnswerPupils answer questions related to the lesson and summarize the key points learned.
5 minsEvaluate pupils’ understanding of the lessonEvaluationQuizPupils complete a short quiz individually to assess their understanding of the lesson.
5 minsPupils copy the note into their notebooksNote CopyingIndividual ActivityPupils copy the following note into their notebooks:


What are Games?

– Games are activities people engage in for fun and enjoyment.

Types of Games.

  1. Indoor games (Puzzles, board games)
  2. Outdoor games (football)
  3. Board games (Ludo, Chess)
  4. Card games (Uno, Go Fish)

Materials used for Games

  • Outdoor games often require balls, such as a football or a basketball.
  • Board games require a game board, dice, and game pieces.
  • Card games require a deck of cards.


Ask the following questions to evaluate the lesson.

  1. What are games?
  2. Give three examples of indoor games.
  3. What materials are needed to play outdoor games?

Teacher’s Aide:

  1. Game-related books: Gather books or storybooks that revolve around different types of games.
  2. Game-related props: Collect props that represent various games. For example, you can have a mini soccer ball, a deck of cards, a puzzle set, or a board game as visual aids.
  3. Classroom display: Create a dedicated area in the classroom to showcase examples of different games and their materials. You can set up a display shelf or a bulletin board where you can arrange and label the game-related items. This will provide a visual reference for
  4. Game-based apps or educational websites: Explore age-appropriate game-based apps or educational websites that offer interactive games related to the lesson topic.
  5. Game-related flashcards: Create or find flashcards featuring images of different games and their materials.
  6. Real-life examples: Encourage students to bring in examples of games and their materials from home. This can include small toys, board games, or cards. Students can share and discuss their items with the class, allowing for a richer learning experience and promoting peer-to-peer engagement.


Please note that the actual content of the lesson, teaching methods, and pupil activities may vary based on your specific teaching style, curriculum, or available resources. Feel free to customize the lesson note to fit your needs.

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Last Update: August 24, 2023