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Lesson Plan in Kindergarten

Animal Movements

I. Learning Objectives: At the end of the lesson, the pupils are expected to:
1. Classify the different movements of animals.
2. Demonstrate the different animal movements.
3. Appreciate the importance of animals in the community.

II. Learning Content:

A. Topic : Animal Movements
B. References : Kindergarten Teacher’s Guide Week 35
C. Materials : Objects, pictures, word strip, chart, visual aid
D. Value : Appreciation

III. Learning Experiences

Preparatory Activity (Spirit Smart/ People Smart)
Prayer Calendar; Months of the Year
Greetings Weather
Checking of Attendance Class Rules
Days of the Week

2. Review: Animal’s Habitat

Teacher presents the poster of animal habitats on the board. Pictures of different animals
are also placed on the sides.
Let the pupil sort and tick pictures of animals on its habitat.
(Nature Smart)
3. Motivation
Let the pupils sing action songs “ Tan –Awa Ko” and “Elepante”.
(Musical Smart/ Body Smart)
The teacher sings and does the action song first.
Ask the pupils what are the animals mentioned in the action song.
Let them pick pictures on the board and show the movements of each animal.
(Nature/Body Smart)
B. Developmental Activities
1. Presentation/Discussion
The teacher shows and presents the Classification Chart on Animal Movements.
Ask the pupils some examples of animals that swim, fly, walk, hop, and crawl.
Let the pupils pick pictures inside the box. The learners demonstrate the animal movements
and paste the pictures under their movement in the chart.
(Nature Smart/ Body Smart)

Animal Movement

Swim Fly Walk Hop Crawl

Let the pupils count how many animals in the chart that swim, fly, walk, hop and crawl.
(Number Smart)

2. Practice Skills
Sort and Stick Game (Nature Smart/ People Smart)
The teacher asks the players to choose animal pictures that swim, walk, hop, fly, crawl, and
stick it on the board. The first one to stick receives two stars and non-winner receives one star.

Swim Fly Hop Crawl Walk

4. Application

Group 1: “Animal Mosaic”

The pupils cover the animal outline with strips of paper and trace the name outline of each
animal. (Picture Smart/Word Smart)

Group 2: “Classify Me”

The learners sort the animal objects based on how they move. They place them in the right
label (swim, crawl, fly, hop and walk) (Nature Smart/Word Smart)

Group 3: “Animal Puzzle”

The students form the animal puzzle. Show the puzzle and tell its movement.
(Word/ People Smart)

Group 4: “Accordion Book”

The pupils make a book of Different Animal Movements. They paste the cut out
animals on the pages according to its movement.

Group 5: “Role Playing”

Each member chooses their favourite animal and portrays its animal movements..
Pupil also tells why it is their favourite animal.
(People Smart/Existential-Spirit Smart/ Body Smart/ Self Smart)

4. Generalization
How do animals move?
Animals move in different ways. They swim, fly, walk, hop and crawl.

Why do animals exits in our community? Do we need them?

(People Smart/ Spirit Smart)

IV. Evaluation
Cut and Paste
Sort the following animals into groups based on how they move.
Cut them and paste on the write column. (Nature Smart/ Body Smart)

How Do Animals Move?

walk hop Swim Crawl fly
V. Assignment:
Prepare for a Zoo Tour next meeting.

(Nature Smart/Body Smart)

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