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Lesson Plan in SCIENCE III

4TH Quarter, Week 1, Day 5

Learning Competency:
Describe the things found in the surroundings. (S3ES – IVa – b – 1)

I. Objectives
K: Identify the things found in the surroundings.
S: Classify the object as living and non-living things.
A: Learn to appreciate the contribution of plants in making the surrounding green and

II. Subject Matter

Living and Non-living Things in the Garden
Curriculum Guide: 21 of 64
Teacher’s Guide: 172-174
Learner’s Material: 140-144
Pictures of living and non-living things, pentel pen, manila paper
Science Concept:
Plants need to be cared for and conserved so they can grow well.
Science Process:
Observing, comparing
MATH – Count the stanza and lines in the poem.
ESP - Taking care of plants in the garden.
ENGLISH - Look for the rhyming words in the poem.

III. Procedure
A. Preliminary Activities
1) Opening prayer

2) Song: “GOD said I LOVE YOU”

3) Drill:
Teacher will show a picture: Ask the pupils
What does the picture show?
Rearrange the words.

Awret ria

4) Review:
Ask: What are the different school surroundings you had visited?
Can you tell in the class what have you observed?

5) Motivation:
Ask the pupils to look around inside the room and outside the room.
What do you see? Can you give me one?

B. Developmental Activities

 Presentation
I have here a picture of things that we can see in our surroundings. (Show a picture)
Can you name them? Baby, chick, plant

Baby chick plant

They can move? Yes

They can grow? Yes
They can reproduce? Yes
They have life? Yes

These things that can grow, move, reproduce, and have life

The things that need food, water, and air are called?
Living things
Very good

Again what are the living things?

The things that can move, grow,
move and reproduce. The things that need air,
water, and food.

How about this? (Show pictures)

pencil bag books

Can you name them? Pencil, bag, books

They can move?

They can grow? No
They can reproduce? No
These things are called NON-LIVING THINGS
They can’t grow, move or reproduce.
They don’t need water, air, and food.

What are non-living thing? Things that can’t grow, move or

reproduce. They don’t need water, air and food.

Alright , very good

Non-living thing also has no life.

(Show another picture of flower garden and

Vegetable garden)

What can you see in the flower garden?

A flowers, stones, water. Etc.
Very good,

Can you sight some living and non- things found in the picture?
Bamboo sticks, pots. Etc.
Okay, very good,

How about the vegetable garden?

Do you like staying in a clean and colorful garden? Why?

 “GOD created our world beautiful, complete, and it’s a very nice place to live in.
 We should take good care of plants because it supports us in our daily living.

As a person, what can you do to take good care of the plants in our surroundings?

Call pupils to share

ideas to the class.

Let the pupils read the poem:

All things Bright and Beautiful

All things bright and beautiful

All creatures great and small
All things bright and wonderful
The Lord God made them all

He gave us eyes to see them
And lips that we might tell
How great is God Almighty
Who has made all things well.

How many stanzas are there?

How many lines are there in one stanza?
What are the rhyming words found in the poem?

C. Application

Individual practice
 Teacher will give pictures in every pupils.
 Have each student come in front and paste pictures into its correct category either living or non-
living thing.
 Continue until all student has had a chance.

Group Activity
 The class will be divided into 3 groups.
 Teacher will give a task to each group.
 Each group should have a leader and a secretary.
 Everyone should prepare for a report after the activity.

 Participate actively in the given activity.
 Stay with your group.
 Share your ideas to the group
 Write it neatly and correctly.
 Remember to always minimize your voice.

Group I: Group II:

Write down 10 Living things Write down 10 Non-living thing
1. 6. 1. 6.
2. 7. 2. 7.
3. 8. 3. 8.
4. 9. 4. 9.
5. 10. 5. 10.

Group III:
Name the following as Living thing or Non-living thing.

1. Cat _____________________ 6. Toothbrush _________________

2. Slipper ____________________ 7. Stone ______________________
3. Tree ________________________ 8. Flashlight __________________
4. Chair ________________________
5. Butterfly __________________________

How will we classify things around us?
What are the classifications of living things?
What are the classifications of non-living things?

Plants need to be cared for and conserved so they can grow well.

IV. Assessment
A. Complete the table by writing the following things in there correct column.

Birds nails
Butterflies insects
Soil pails
Stones carabao

Classifying objects according to:

Living things Non-living things

B. Name the following as Living thing or Non-living thing

1. Dog _________________ 3. Dress_________________
2. Tree _________________ 4. mirror________________

C. Assignment
List down 5 examples of living things in our homes and 5 non-living things in our kitchen.