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Department of Education

Region V
Division of Camarines Sur
Lupi District
MANGCAWAYAN PRIMARY SCHOOL
Mangcawayan, Lupi, Camarines Sur

KINDERGARTEN
BLOCKS OF TIME

ARRIVAL TIME:

Opening Prayer
Checking of Attendance (Singing)
Action Song (Sasara ang Bulaklak)
Kamustahan
Balitaan

MEETING TIME 1:

Message:
Plants need soil or something to live on.

Questions:
 Have you experienced planted a tree or any kind of plant?
 Where did you planted it?
 Where does the seed or plant grow?
 Here in Mangcawayan what plants do see planted in the soil?
(The teacher will show some plants found in the place and they will tell its name and count it)
-Mathematics
 I will show to you how to plant a tree in the soil.
(The teacher will show a video clip about the sense of the soil to plants).
 Whose parents are farmers?
 Can you all demonstrate how to plant a tree in the soil while singing “Magtanim ay di biro”.
 What will you do if your parents are hungry or tired from planting? -Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao
(The teacher will show some picture on how to help their parents when they are tired from
farming).

WORK PERIOD 1:

Teacher Supervised:

 Soil Painting

Competencies:
• Nakaguguhit, nakapagpipinta at nakapagkukulay ng iba’t ibang bagay o gawain
(dekorasyon sa “name tag”, kasapi ng mag-anak , gawain ng bawat kasapi ng mag-anak,
mga alagang hayop, mga halaman sa paligid) (SKMP-00-2)
• Express simple ideas through symbols (e.g., drawings, invented spelling) (LLKC-00-1)

Materials: different soils, containers, glue, water, paintbrush, paper


Preparation:
Ask learners to bring a small amount of soil from their yards or from places in the
community

Procedure:
1. Let the learners work in small groups and compare and contrast the soil they
brought.
2. Then they will create soil paintings. Make sure the soil is finely crushed (you may
use a mortar and pestle), mix with a little water and glue. Use the paintbrush to create
paintings.

Independent Activities:

 Playdough Garden

Competencies:
• Naisasagawa ang mga sumusunod na kasanayan: pagmomolde ng luwad (clay), pagbuo ng
puzzles (KPKFM-00-1.5)
• Nakapagmomolde ng luwad (clay) sa nais na anyo (SKMP-00-6)

Materials: playdough

Procedure:
1. Give each learner a medium-sized ball of playdough.
2. Let them form flowers, flower pots, leaves, branches, etc. using the playdough.
3. Put these together to make a playdough garden.

 . Plants Mobile: Plants’ Needs

Competency:
• Identify needs of plants and ways to care for plants (PNEKP-IIb-2)

Materials: squares of paper, crayons/markers, hanger, yarn, puncher

Procedure:
1. Let the learners draw on the paper what plants need to live.
2. Punch a hole on top of the paper and tie a yarn.
3. Tie each yarn on the hanger to make a mobile.

 Flower Finger Painting

Competencies:
• Nakalilikha ng iba’t ibang bagay sa pamamagitan ng malayang pagguhit (SKMP-00-1)
• Nakaguguhit, nakapagpipinta at nakapagkukulay ng iba’t ibang bagay o gawain
(dekorasyon sa “name tag”, kasapi ng mag-anak , gawain ng bawat kasapi ng mag-anak,
mga alagang hayop, mga halaman sa paligid) (SKMP-00-2)
• Nakagagawa ng modelo ng mga pangkaraniwang bagay sa paligid: dahon, bato, buto,
patpat, tansan at iba pa (SKMP-00-3) Materials: finger paint, pre-cut flowers

Procedure:
1. Give the learners pre-cut shapes of different flowers.
2. They will use their fingers to put different colored dots on the flower.
3. Let it dry.

MEETING TIME 2:

What other colors can soil be?

Question:  What other colors can soil be?


 What is the usual color of the soil?
SUPERVISED RECESS:

Mungkahing Gawain:
Panalangin Bago Kumain (SEKPSE-IIa-4) Tamang paghuhugas ng kamay bago at pagkatapos kumain.
(KPKPKK-Ih-1)
Tamang pagtatapon ng kalat sa basurahan. (KMKPKom-00-4)
Tamang pagsisipilyo ng ngipin pagkatapos kumain. (KPKPKK-Ih-1) (PNEKBS-Ii-9)

STORY:

Ang mga Bulaklak ni Ida

 Pre-Reading
Motivation question: Did you ever seen a magic?
Motive question: Do you want to see a magic?

 During Reading
Ask comprehension questions.

 Post Reading
What Ida’s flower doing? How did the flowers make Ida feel happy?

WORK PERIOD 2:

Teacher Supervised:

 Monggo seeds in cups

Competencies:
• Group, represent, and count sets of equal quantity of materials up to 10 (beginning of
multiplication) (MKAT-00-15)
• Separate and represent groups of equal quantities using concrete objects up to 10
(beginning division) (MKAT-00-16) Materials: 3 plastic cups, 9 monggo seeds

Procedure:
1. Let the learners divide the 9 monggo seeds equally in the three cups.
2. Show the learners, by writing and drawing on the board, the following equations:
3. 3 spoons of soil in three cups means there were 9 spoonfuls of soil in all
4. 9 monggo seeds grouped equally into 3 cups means there were 3 seeds in each cup
5. Create other possible equations, example:
6. If there were 2 spoonfuls of soil in 3 cups, how many spoonfuls would there be?
7. If there were 6 monggo seeds instead of 9, how many seeds would be in each cup?

Independent Activities:

 Seed-dition and Seed-traction

Competencies:
• Add quantities up to 10 using concrete objects to write addition equations involving
quantities of 10 (MKAT-00-8)
• Subtract quantities up to 10 using concrete objects (MKAT-00-9) Materials: pot
and seeds

Procedure:
1. Tell the learners to record or write equations that represent their concrete
manipulations on the hand game worksheet.
2. The learner will add and subtract up to 10 using the seeds in the pot.

 Adding and Subtracting Flowers

Competencies:
• Add quantities up to 10 using concrete objects (MKAT-00-8)
• Recognize the words “take away,” “less,” and “are left” that indicate the act of
subtracting whole numbers to subtract quantities (MKAT-00-4)

Materials: flowers they made during previous activities, cardboard, pencils

Procedure:
1. Group learners in pairs.
2. They will count the flowers they made all together.
3. Each pair will create their own number sentence and write the equation on their
individual card board

 Mathematics Workshop

Competencies:
• Use a variety of materials and communicate strategies used to determine answers to
addition and subtraction problems listened to (MKAT-00-10)
• Solve simple addition and subtraction number stories (up to quantities of 10) read
by the teacher using a variety of ways (e.g., concrete materials, drawings) and
describe and explain the strategies used (MKAT-00-11)
• Write addition and subtraction number sentences using concrete representations
(MKAT-00-10)
• Recognize and visualize situations that require addition and subtraction (MKAT-00-
14)

Materials: blank paper and markers

Procedure:
1. Provide the learners with a worksheet that has different equations.
2. The learner must show these equations represented by drawing of soil, sun, water,
or air.

INDOOR/OUTDOOR:

 Activity: Soil and Pot Relay

Competency:
• Naisasagawa ang mga sumusunod na kilos lokomotor sa pagtugon sa ritmong mabagal at
mabilis (paglakad, pagtakbo, pagkandirit, paglundag/pagtalon, paglukso) (KPKGM-Ie-2)

Materials: 2 chairs, 2 pots, 2 shovels, and 2 plastic bags with soil

Procedure:
1. Divide the class into two groups. They will form two lines.
2. Place the soil in front of the first player and give him/her the shovel.
3. Place the pot on a chair several feet away from the learners’ lines.
4. The first player scoops soil from the bag, walks to the pot, and dumps the soil in.
5. S/He then runs back to the line and pass the shovel to the next player.
6. First group to fill the pot with soil wins.

MEETING TIME 3:

Learners describe where plants are planted on.

Wrap-Up Questions/Activity:
The teacher takes note if the learners correctly identify the medium where plants are planted.

Dismissal Routine
Mungkahing Gawain:
Pagpapaalala sa mga dapat tandaan ng mga bata para sa ligtas na pag-uwi sa tahahan. (KPKPKK-Ih-3)
Closing Prayer (SEKPSE-IIa-4)

Prepared by:

EDELYN B. ESPIRITU
T-1/Kinder Teacher

Checked by:

SANDY A. SANTELICES
Head Teacher I