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May: Transportation
Kindergarten 1
Week 1 Lesson 1
ACTIVITY PLAN
Learning Objectives:
1) Children will be able to identify the different mode of transportations that
they take in order to go to school
2) Children will be able to chart out their mode of transportation and use
the chart to infer which is the most used mode of transportation.
3) Children will be able to practice rote counting to 10.
Learning Areas Key Knowledge, Skills and Dispositions
NUM
-Rote count to at least 10
-Recognise and match to the quantity of a group of objects
SED
-Talk about self, community and family with others.
-Identify own strengths, likes and dislikes, and needs.
-Share personal interest and opinions with peers and
teachers.
Perseveran
ce

Reflectivene
ss

Appreciatio
n

Inventivene
ss

Sense of
Wonder

Engageme
nt

Materials needed:
1) Chart paper
2) Video player
3) Papers
4) Writing and colouring materials
5) Scissors and glue
Activities
Introductory Activity:

Teachers Notes

Teacher will start off the lesson by introducing a


musical book, We all go travelling by by Sheena
Roberts.
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=cSw50Jw0H34
After that, teacher will engage children in a short
discussion to find out childrens interest.
Guiding questions:
-What are some of the ways we travel?
-How do we travel around?
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-How do we travel to other countries?
-How do people move from one place to another?
Lesson Development:
Teacher will then move on to the next part of the
lesson whereby teacher will ask children to chart out
how they travel to school.
Teacher will engage children to think of the ways they
travel to school every day.
Children will then be facilitated to draw and write out
the mode of transportation they take to school
everyday on a chart which looks like the following:

Teacher will then facilitate children to share who


travelled with them to school.
After charting, teacher will facilitate children to count
the numbers of children, which used the same mode of
transportation.
Teacher will practice rote counting with the children.
Teacher will then allow a few children to write out the
numbers that they have counting in numerals and
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words.

Closure:
At the end of the activity, teacher will allow children to
compare and figure out which is the most used form of
transport that they take to reach school.
Teacher will also engage children to find out which
mode of transportation is the least used by the
children.
Teacher will emphasize to children that different
people uses different mode of transportation as they
travel everyday.
Follow up:
Teacher will invite children to show and tell their
experience on their way to school.

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May: Transportation
Kindergarten 1
Week 1 Lesson 2
ACTIVITY PLAN
Learning Objectives:
1) Children will be able to sort and classify transportations based on its
characteristics.
2) Children will be able to observe and be aware of the various modes of
transportations in their environment.
3) Children will be able to share their experience and ideas with their
friends.
Learning Areas Key Knowledge, Skills and Dispositions
L&L
-Express personal needs and wants
-Talk about personal experiences with others
-Respond appropriately to who, what, where questions
-Show understanding of the poem by responding to
questions and talking about the events.
DOW
-Observe and be aware of the world they live in
-Similarities and differences in the environment.
-Gather information from a variety of sources
-Make simple recordings through drawings of their
observation.
Perseveran
ce

Reflectivene
ss

Appreciatio
n

Inventivene
ss

Sense of
Wonder

Engageme
nt

Materials needed:
1) Poem chart
2) Worksheet
3) Writing materials
4) Photographs of various transportations
5) Chart papers
Activities
Introductory Activity:

Teachers Notes

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Teacher will start off the lesson by introducing the
poem, Go, Go, Go! to the children.
Teacher will first read the poem to the children before
engaging the children to read.
When reading, teacher will also emphasize on the
rhyming words, such as far and car.
Teacher will articulate her words clearly in order to
emphasize it to the children.

After reading, teacher will then emphasize that there


are 3 classification of transportation such as land, air
and sea.
Lesson Development:
Teacher will then move on to the lesson, whereby
teacher will show children images of the 3 different
classification of transportation for children to sort.
Teacher will then allow children to talk about the
different transports and to discuss the differences.
Guiding questions:
-How are the transports different?
-What are some of the places you can spot the
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different transportations?
-Can you name me some of the characteristics of the
different transportation?
-How is the different transportation different?
Teacher will then help children to classify the different
images of transportation on the whiteboard.
After that, teacher will facilitate children to complete a
worksheet.
Teacher will aid in children to classify and sort the
different transportation according to the
characteristics.
Closure:
At the end of the lesson, teacher will reinforce
childrens learning by asking children to name out
another transportation of the same classification to
add on to the list.
Teacher will then tell children that different
transportations serves different purposes to help the
lives of people.
Teacher can also allow children to ponder what will
happen if there is no transportation on land, air or sea.
Follow up:
Teacher can allow children to share about their
experience on a transport on land, air or sea with their
peers.

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Date: __________________

Match the different transport to the place it


travels.

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Go, Go, Go!


We can fly in a plane.
We can ride on a train.
In a boat, we will row.
We can go, go, go!
We go near, we go far.
In a bus or a car.
We go high, we go low,
So, where should we go?
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May: Transportation
Kindergarten 1
Week 1 Lesson 3
ACTIVITY PLAN
Learning Objectives:
1) Children will be able to identify and understand more about the different
transportation found in their environment.
2) Children will be able to create transportation art using their imagination.
3) Children will be able to talk about what they know about transportations
to their peers and teachers.
Learning Areas
A&C

A&C (M&M)

Perseveranc
e

Key Knowledge, Skills and Dispositions


Use elements of art to represent ideas and feelings in their
art works.
-Create art work using different medias
-Create 2-dimensional artwork through imagination.
-Sing confidently
-Create actions and new verses to songs

Reflectivene
ss

Appreciatio
n

Inventivene
ss

Sense
of
Wond
er

Engageme
nt

Materials needed:
1) Song lyrics chart
2) Chart papers
3) Art materials
4) Coloured papers
5) Scissors and glue
6) Recycled materials (Art)

Activities
Introductory Activity:

Teachers Notes

Teacher will start off the lesson by introducing children to


the song, I am a little airplane to the tune of I am a
little teapot.
After singing the song, teacher will engage children in a
short discussion.
Guiding questions:
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-Have you been to another country before?
-What mode of transportation did you take?
-Have you been on an airplane?
-How does the airplane flies?

Lesson Development:
Teacher will then invite children to create a class
transportation chart for children to explore the various
modes of transportations using art and craft.
Prior to the activity, teacher will lead children in a
discussion to find out what they know.
Guiding questions:
-What are some of the transportation found in the air?
- What are some of the transportation found on the roads?
- What are some of the transportation found on the sea?
-What other transportation do you know?

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Closure:
At the end of the activity, teacher will recap with the
children the different transportation art that they have
created.
Teacher can also facilitate children to label the different
transportation.
Follow up:
Teacher can allow children to write short sentences on the
chart to show their understanding.

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I am a little airplane
Tune: I am a little teapot

Im a little airplane, way up high,


(Hold hand up to forehead to shade eyes looking into the sky and
point with other hand)

With my great big silver wings,


watch me fly!
(Hold arms out like wings and tilt them side to side)

When the pilot tells me, Ill come


down,
(Hold hands over both ears like youre holding the radio
headphones (earmuffs) pilots wear)

Swooping and gliding, to the


ground.
(Hold arms out like wings and spin in a circle, then kneel on the
ground
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May: Transportation
Kindergarten 1
Week 1 Lesson 4
ACTIVITY PLAN
Learning Objectives:
1) Children will be able
be safe on the road.
2) Children will be able
3) Children will be able
transportation.
4) Children will be able
Learning Areas
A&C (M&M)
L&L

Perseveranc
e

to understand how the traffic light helps people to


to spell out the different transportation.
to read out the different names of the
to share their experience with their peers.

Key Knowledge, Skills and Dispositions


-Sing confidently
-Create actions and new verses to songs
-Copy card and phrases with understanding of basic writing
conventions
-Respond appropriately to who, what, and where
questions.
-Show understanding of the story by responding to
questions and talking about the characters and events

Reflectivene
ss

Appreciatio
n

Inventivene
ss

Sense
of
Wonder

Engageme
nt

Materials needed:
1) Song lyrics chart
2) Worksheet
3) Vocabulary chart
4) Writing materials
Activities
Introductory Activity:

Teachers Notes

Teacher will introduce children to the song, watching


traffic
After that, teacher will engage children in a short
discussion.
Guiding questions:
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-When you are on the way to school, do you happen to
come across a traffic light?
-Have you ever waited for a traffic light before?
Lesson Development:
Teacher will teach children the importance of obeying
the traffic rules in Singapore.
Teacher will then read through the vocabulary list of
different transportations.
Teacher will then discuss with children some of the
functions of the vehicles.
For example, the airplane brings people from one
country to another.
Teacher will then encourage children to finish the
worksheet independently.
Closure:
At the end of the activity, teacher will reinforce
childrens learning by telling children that
transportations are in their environment.
Teacher will also emphasize that transportation helps in
the daily lives of people in the community.
Follow up:
Teacher can engage children to draw out the
transportations that they can observe and identify
when they are out for a walk.

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Date: _________________

Write out the words!

Taxi
Helicop
ter

Boat
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Bus
Airplan
e

Watching traffic
Sung to: "Frere Jacques"

Watch the cars go, watch the cars go,


Whiz-zing by, whiz-zing by.
Beep, beep, beep, beep, beep, beep
Beep, beep, beep, beep, beep, beep,
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That's like mine. That's like mine!


Watch the bus go, watch the bus go,
Rolling by, rolling by.
Stop for all the people, stop for all the people.
Get on board, Get in board!
See the trucks go, see the trucks go
Down the street, down the street.
Gas and oil and milk trucks,
Mail and trash and dump trucks,
On their way, on their way

helicopter

car

bus

train

Motorcycle

airplane

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truck

taxi

boat

May: Transportation
Kindergarten 1
Week 1 Lesson 5
ACTIVITY PLAN
Learning Objectives:
1) Children will be able to understand the purpose of a dump truck.
2) Children will be able to identify and observe dump trucks in their
environment and how it helps the community.
3) Children will be able to use their imagination to create a craft on dump
trucks using recycled materials.
Learning Areas Key Knowledge, Skills and Dispositions
A&C
-Look at the different forms of art and talk about them.
-Create 3-dimensional artwork from observation and
imagination.
-Create artworks using a variety of techniques and media.
DOW
-Observe and be aware of the world they live in
-Similarities and differences in the environment.
-Gather information from a variety of sources
-Make simple recordings through drawings of their
observation.
Perseveran
ce

Reflectivene
ss

Appreciatio
n

Materials needed:
1) Song lyrics chart
2) Video player
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Inventivene
ss

Sense of
Wonder

Engageme
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3)
4)
5)
6)
7)

Photographs of dump trucks in Singapore


Art materials
Scissors and glue
Construction papers
Recycled materials

Activities
Introductory Activity:

Teachers Notes

Teacher will start off the lesson by introducing children


to the song, 5 little dump trucks
Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=nHAD22Q4LFw
Teacher will then engage children in a short discussion.
Guiding questions:
-What does a dump truck does?
-Where can you see a dump truck?
-Why do we need the dump trucks?
-Are there dump trucks in Singapore?
Lesson Development:
Teacher will then show children images of dump trucks
in Singapore.
Teacher will explain to the children that dump trucks
help to transport heavy construction goods from place
to place etc.
After that, teacher will then engage children to create
an art on dump trucks which requires them to use their
imagination with the manipulation of recycled
materials.
An example of the art as follow:

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Closure:
Teacher will end off the lesson by telling children and
reinforcing their learning that dump trucks are usually
found in industrial sites in Singapore, as its purpose is
to transport heavy materials and goods for
construction purposes. Teacher can also allow children
to talk about their artwork that they have created.
Follow up:
Teacher can allow children to draw out a dump truck as
well as to explain what does a dump truck transport.

Five big dump trucks


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Five big dump


Five big dump
One
Four big dump

trucks rolling down the road.


trucks rolling down the road.
pulls off to unload,
trucks rolling down the road.

Four big dump trucks rolling down the road.


Four big dump trucks rolling down the road.
One pulls off to unload,
Three big dump trucks rolling down the road.
Three big dump trucks rolling down the road.
Three big dump trucks rolling down the road.
One pulls off to unload,
Two big dump trucks rolling down the road.
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