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TERM TWO 2016

NEWS LESSON NOTES

PRIMARY TWO.

THEME 1: OUR ENVIRONMENT

Reference: MK Integrated primary Science.

Week 2

Lesson 1

What is an environment?

Environments are the things around us.

Examples: Plants, buildings, animals, insects, birds, stones and cars.

 

Sub Theme: Common animals in our environment

  1. Domestic animals
  2. Wild animals.

 

  1. Domestic animals.

What are domestic animals?

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Domestic animals are animals kept at home.

Examples: dogs, cows, sheep, goats, cats, pigs, rabbits, horses, donkeys, camels etc.

Activity

Name the domestic animals.

 

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Cow

sheep

cat

dog

 

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horse

pig

donkey

rabbit

 

 

 

Draw these animals.

 

 

 

 


 

 

cat 

dog 

Lesson 2


Care for the animals

By feeding them

By proving for them shelter

By giving them treatment

 

DOMESTIC BIRDS.

What are domestic birds?

These are birds kept at home.

Examples : chicken, turkeys, ducks, pigeons

 

Draw and name 3 domestic birds

 

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hen

dove

duck

Lesson 3

Uses of domestic animals and birds.

  1. cows
  • We get milk, meat, hides, cow dung, hooves, blood and horns.
  1. goats

We get ____________, ___________, and skins.

  1. sheep

We get wool and mutton.

  1. pigs

We get pork

  1. dogs
  • Guard our homes.
  • Gives us company.
  • Used or hunting.

Animal  

Use  

  1. cats
  • Chase and eat rats.
  • Give us company.
  1. rabbits

We get meat.

  1. oxen
  • Are used for ploughing
  • They are used for transport
  1. donkeys and horses
  • They are used for transport.

chicken, ducks, turkeys

  • They give us eggs, meat, feathers and their droppings are used for manure

 

Animals and their uses.

 

 

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Milk, meat

transport

 

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Ploughing

hunting

 

Draw the following

 

 

 


 

  

feathers

eggs 

chicken (meat) 

Lesson 4

  1. Wild animals.

What are wild animals?

These are animals that live in the forest or bush.

 

Examples:  lions, tigers, giraffe, zebras, snakes, fish, crocodile,

Elephants, gorillas, hippopotamus etc.

 

Draw the animals below.

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 


 

 

snake

giraffe

fish

lion

 

Dangers of wild animals.

  1. Some wild animals eat people.
  2. Some wild animals destroy people’s crops.
  3. Snakes bite people.

 

Lesson 5

Animals and their young ones.

Animal 

Young ones. 

man

cow

dog

goat

hen

sheep

lion

horse

donkey

duck

bird

fish

rabbit

frog

pig

cat

elephant

buffalo

tiger 

baby

______.

puppy

kid

_______.

_______.

_______.

foal

foal

_______.

_______.

fry

bunny

________.

piglet

_______.

calf

calf

cub 

Lesson 6

Animal movements.

Animal 

Movement  

A bird

People

A fish

A grasshopper

A frog

A baby

A dog

A caterpillar

A snake  

fly

walk

swims

hops

leaps

crawls

runs/ walks

wriggles

glides / slithers

 

Study the pictures below and answer the questions about it.

 

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Questions

  1. Which animal is leaping?
  2. Name the animal that is flying.
  3. What is the dog doing?
  4. Which movement is the frog using?

Week 2

Lesson 1

Why do animals move?

  1. They move looking for food.
  2. They move looking for homes.
  3. They move looking for their friends.
  4. They move looking for protection.
  5. They move looking for their parents.
  6. They move looking for their young ones.
  7. They move because of bad weather.

 

Give the reasons for the following animals’ movements in the pictures below. (MK Science Pg. 4)

 

 

 


 

 
  

Lesson 2

ANIMALS AND THEIR HOMES.

Match the animals to their homes.

a) A man a cob web

b) A spider a shed.

c) A goat a house

d) A cat water

e) A cow basket

f) A fish kraal

g) A pig sty

h) A sheep den

i) A lion pen

j) Bees grass

k) Snake beehive

l) Snail shell.

Draw and name these animal homes.

 

 

 

 


 

  

Nest

cobweb 

a house

Lesson 3

ANIMAL PROTECTION?

How do the following animals protect themselves?

Animal 

Ways of protecting itself. 

  1. Chameleon
  2. Tortoise and snail
  3. Millipede
  4. Caterpillar
  5. Dog
  6. Cows / goats
  7. Bees / wasps

By changing colour.

By hiding in the shell.

By coiling themselves.

Uses prickly hair.

By barking / by biting

By using horns and kicking

By stinging. 

 

 

 

 

 

Match the pictures with their weapons.

 

 

 

Cow


 

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goat


 

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cock


 

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Snake

 


 

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Lesson 4

TOPICAL QUESTIONS.

  1. Name any four living things found in our school environment.

    a) ___________________ b) ___________________

    c) ____________________ d) ____________________

  2. What name do we give to animals that are kept at home?

    ________________________________________________________________

  3. Give the uses of the animals below to people.

    a) cows –  ___________________

    b) oxen –  ___________________

    c) sheep-  ___________________

  4. List down any three harmless wild animal you know.

    zebra, cob, antelope.

  5. Name the young ones of the following animals.

    a) lion  –  cub   b) horse –  ___________

    c) fish  –  ___________ d) rabbit-  ___________

  6. Why do animals move?

    a) ______________________________________________________________

    b) ______________________________________________________________

    c) ______________________________________________________________

  7. How do the following animals protect themselves?

    a) A chameleon –  _____________________________________________

    b) A dog  –  _____________________________________________

    c) A bee  –  _____________________________________________

  8. Draw and name 2 animal homes.

      
      
  9. How are wild animals dangers to people?

    a) They destroy their crops.

b) Some wild animals eat people

c) kill people

 

Lesson 5

SUB THEME: COMMON INSECTS.

 

 

Names of common insects.

 

Houseflies, butterflies, wasps, locusts, ants, mosquitoes, bees, cockroaches, fleas, bedbugs, grasshoppers, termites, beetles.

 

Name the insects below.

 

 

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housefly

cockroach

 

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mosquito

butterfly

 

 

 

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bee

flea

 

Lesson 6

Life cycle of an insect

Butterflies, mosquitoes, wasps, bees, houseflies have complete life cycles.

  • They have four stages of growth.
  • Eggs , larva, pupa, adult
  • The larva stage of a butterfly is the caterpillar.
  • A butterfly lays its eggs on the leaves.
  • The eggs then become larva then the pupa and lastly the adult.
  • The caterpillar eats the leaves of a plant. It is the most dangerous stage to a farmer.
  • Some people eat the caterpillar.

 

Life cycle of a butterfly

 

 

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Week 3

Lesson 1

Life cycle of a housefly and bee

 

  • A housefly has four stages.
  • Eggs, larva , pupa, adult
  • The larva stage of a housefly is the maggot.
  • The maggot is mostly found in the toilet and rotting things

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Lesson 2

Incomplete lifecycles

 

 

– Cockroaches, grasshoppers, crackers, and locusts have incomplete life cycles.

– They have three stages of growth eggs, nymph and adult.


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Lesson 3

Useful insects.

Grasshoppers, white ants, bees, butterflies.

How useful are these insects?

  1. Grasshoppers and white ants are eaten.
  2. Bees give us honey and wax.
  3. Bees pollinate flowers.
  4. Butterflies pollinate flowers.

 

Harmful insects

These are insects which are dangerous to us. (they can harm us)

e.g. mosquitoes, bedbugs, lice, fleas, termites, locusts, houseflies, cockroaches, _______________ and _________________, tsetsefly.

N.B. Spiders and ticks are not true insects because they have two body parts.

 

How dangerous are these insects

Insect 

Danger 

  1. mosquito
  2. Bed bugs / flies
  3. Cockroach
  4. _______________

 

  1. Tsetsefly
  2. ________________

____________________.

sucks our blood

spreads _____________

spreads; cholera, dysentery, diarrhea and trachoma.

____________.

destroys plants and people’s property. 

 

Name the insects in the picture

 

 

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wasp

housefly

locust

Lesson 4

Characteristics of an Insect.

  1. An insect has three main body parts i.e. head, thorax, abdomen.
  2. It has 3 pairs of legs or six legs.
  3. It breathes through spiracles.
  4. It has one pair of antenna. (feelers)
  5. It has one pair of compound eyes.

 

Parts of an insect

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Uses of the different parts.

  1. Eyes – for seeing
  2. Wings – for flying.
  3. Feelers – for feeling, smelling
  4. Legs – for walking
  5. Spiracles – for breathing.

Lesson 5

Insects which have wings.

  1. Houseflies e) Locusts
  2. Butterflies f) Grass hoppers.
  3. Tsetse flies g) Bees
  4. Beetles  h) White ants.

Insects without wings.

  • Red ants safari ants
  • Flea  . Sugar ants
  • Bed bugs black ants
  • Red ants

Lesson 6

TOPICAL QUESTIONS.

  1. Name any 4 common insects you know.

    1) ________________________  3) ______________________

    2) _______________________  4) ______________________

  2. How useful are the spiracles to an insect?

    __________________________________________________________

  3. Name these parts of an insect.

     

 

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  1. Name any 4 insects which have wings.

    1) ________________________  3) ______________________

    2) _______________________  4) ______________________

     

  2. Write down any 3 useful insects

    1) _______________ 2) __________________ 3) __________________

Experiment of two insects;

One’s abdomen in oil and the other the head. Which one dies first?

WEEK 4

LESSON 1

SUB THEME: COMMON PLANTS

Examples:  Mango plant, maize plant, cassava, orange plant, grass,

pawpaw plant, cabbage plant etc.

  • Practical lesson to observe plants in the school environment.

 

Parts of a plant.

 

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LESSON 2

Uses of each part to the plant.

  • The leaves

    Make food for the plant

    Store food for the plant

    For breathing

     

  • The stem

    Supports the branches and leaves.

    Transports water and mineral salts to the plant.

    Some stems make food for the plant.

     

  • The roots

    Hold the plant firmly in the soil.

    suck water and mineral salts from the soil.

     

     

The root and shoot system.

  • The shoot system

    Has the (a) stem

    (b) Leaves

    (c) Flowers

    (d) Fruits

    (e) branches

  • The root system has the roots.

LESSON 3

Uses of plants to people.

  • Some plants are eaten.
  • Some plants provide shades
  • Some plants provide local medicine.
  • Some plants provide us with fire wood.
  • Some plants provide timber.
  • Some plants provide poles.
  • Some plants are used for decoration.

 

Harmful plants.

These are plants that are dangerous to people.

Examples:  a) Cactus b) water hyacinth.

How harmful are these plants?

  1. The cactus, sisal, orange and roses have thorns which prick.
  2. Water hyacinth blocks the air for the fish.
  3. Water hyacinth also harbors dangerous snakes and insects
  4. It makes water transport difficult.

 

Name these plants.

 

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cactus 

Water hyacinth 

LESSON 4

SEEDS

Examples of seeds.

Bean seed, groundnut seeds, peas, simsim, millet, maize, rice, mango, seeds, pawpaw seeds, avocado seed etc.

Planting seeds.

Seeds when planted grow into plants. The growing of seeds into young plants is called germination.

A young plant is called a seedling.

LESSON 5

Conditions necessary for germination.

Water

Oxygen

Warmth

 

Practical work.

(Teacher and the learners, get some seeds and a big tin. Together, fill the tin with some loam soil or cotton wool, plant there these seeds.)

 

Conditions for plant growth

For plants to grow they need .

  1. soil
  2. oxygen
  3. water
  4. warmth
  5. sunlight

LESSON 6

Stages of plant growth.

 

 

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A seed germinating into a plant.

 

Note: (Teacher and the learners will continue to watch the planted seeds germinating into a plant. Count the days taken)

 

WEEK 5

LESSON 1

TOPICAL QUESTIONS.

  1. What is a seedling?

    ___________________________________________________________________

  2. Write down 2 uses of plants to us.

    ___________________________________________________________________

    ___________________________________________________________________

  3. How useful are the roots to a plant?

    ___________________________________________________________________

  4. Name the parts of a plant that make the shoot system.

    1) ________________________  3) ______________________

    2) _______________________  4) ______________________

  5. Why is the water hyacinth dangerous?

    ___________________________________________________________________

  6. Which conditions are necessary for seeds to germinate?

    1) ______________________   2) ____________________ 3) _________________

     

  7. Why do plants bend when put in dark corners?

    ___________________________________________________________________

  8. Draw and name the parts of a plant.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

LESSON 2

THEME 2: THINGS WE MAKE

Sub theme: Things we make in our community.

References: MK S.ST

  1. Play materials

Examples and their uses.

Ropes –  for skipping

Balls –  for football and netball.

Dolls –  for playing

Sticks –  riding tyres

Sticks –  for building

Strings –  for making balls, sticks and grass.

Toy cars  –  for driving

Cups and plates –  for eating and drinking

 

(Practical lesson: Teacher and the learners use the materials collected and make the play materials for use.)

 

Draw and name 4 play materials.

 

 

 

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balls 

Toy car 

cup

Dolls

 

LESSON 3

  1. Things we use at home.
    1. In the kitchen; charcoal stove, plates, cups, baskets, cooking pots, spoons, mingling stick, saucepans, brooms etc.

     

     

    Draw and name 3 things we make and are found in the kitchen.

 

 

 

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basket 

broom 

pots

 

  1. Bedroom; bed, wardrobe, table, chair, shoes, clothes, mattress, bed sheets, pillow, carpet.

 

Draw and name 3 things we make and are found in the bedroom.

 

 

 

 

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bed 

chair 

Shoes

LESSON 4

  1. Sitting room: chairs, mats, carpet, table, cushions, broom, stool, table clothes.

    Draw and name 2 things found in the sitting room.

 

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mat 

Table

 

  1. Toilet a brooms, rag, brush, mop, , waste paper basket, basin.
  2. compound: hoe slasher , rake, broom

 

Draw and name 3 things we make and are found in the toilet and compound.

 

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brush 

hoe 

Waste paper basket.

LESSON 5

Materials used to make things we use and their source.

Material  

Source 

sisal

banana fibres

palm leaves

papyrus

reeds

raffia

clay soil

grass

straws

sticks

thread

needles

nails

bricks

blocks

mud

sand

iron sheets

poles

tiles

timber 

garden

garden

forest / swamp

swamps

bush

swamps

swamps

bush

bush

garden/forest

shop

shop

shop

swamps

factory

soil

swamp

factory

forest

factory

forest 

 

Name the sources of the material we use below.

 

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LESSON 6

Importance of things we make.

Things made 

Use of the things made

Chairs,tables,stools,benches, mats

For sitting on 

Balls ,dolls, ropes, sticks, threads

For playing

Mats, baskets, table cloth

for decoration

Pots, beds, mingling stick, hats

Sold to make money

Mats balls baskets ropes 

For learning purposes 

Baskets clay pots mats 

For promoting culture heritage and skills 

Spoons cups plates charcoal stove shoes saucepans pots baskets

They are used at home 

 

WEEK 6

LESSON 1

 

TOPICAL QUESTIONS.

Draw and name 3 things we can make from banana fibres.

 

 

 

 

 


 

  
   

 

  1. Match the following correctly.

    Dolls made from skins

    Shoes made from palm leaves.

    Mats made from banana fibres.

     

  2. Name any 3 things made for selling.

    1) ___________________  2) __________________  3) ___________________

     

  3. Identify the source for these materials.
    1. sand –  ________________________
    2. papyrus  –  _______________________
    3. Iron sheets  –  _______________________

     

  4. How useful is the paper waste basket in our classroom?

    ___________________________________________________________________

 

LESSON 2

THEME 3: TRANSPORT IN OUR COMMUNITY.

References: Monitor S.ST Bk. 2 MK. S.ST Bk. 2

Definition:

Transport is the movement of people and goods from one place to another.

 

Types of transport.

  1. Road transport
  2. Air transport.
  3. Railway transport
  4. Water transport

 

Sub theme:

Means of transport in our community.

 

  1. Means of road transport.

What is road transport?

Road transport is the travelling by road.

What means can one use on the road?

  • bicycles, buses, motorcycles, donkeys, lorries, cars, camels, footing, etc.

Note: (teacher explains the word vehicles.)  

 

Name these means of road transport.

 

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donkey 

car

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Name these means of road transport.

 

 

 

 

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bicycle 

Bus

LESSON 3

N.B. Road transport is the commonest type of transport in our community.

  1. Means of air transport.

What is air transport?

Air transport is the travelling by air.

 

What means of transport can take you by air?

  1. Aeroplanes
  2. helicopters
  3. rockets
  4. parachutes.

Draw and name the means of air transport.

 

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Aeroplane 

Helicopter. 

 

Note these

  1. Air transport is the most expensive type of transport.
  2. Air transport is the quickest type of transport.
  3. A pilot flies an aeroplane or helicopter.

LESSON 4

  1. Means of railway transport.

What is railway transport?

Railway transport is the travelling by rails.

 

What can one use when travelling by rails?

1. trains 2. trolleys.

Draw a train

 

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train 

 

Note this

  1. Trains that take people are called passenger trains.
  2. Trains that carry good are called goods trains.
  3. Trains carry bulky goods.
  4. Bulky goods mean very heavy goods.
  5. Railway transport is the slowest type of transport in Uganda.

 

LESSON 5

  1. Means of water transport.

    What is water transport?

    Water transport is the traveliing by water.

     

    How can one travel by water.

    1. You can use a boat.
    2. You can use a ship.
    3. You can use a submarine.
    4. You can us a canoe.
    5. You can use a motor boat.
    6. You can use a ferry.
    7. You can use a yacht.

 

Draw people travelling by water.

 

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Ship

 

Uses of transport in our community.,

 

1. For carrying people.

2. For carrying food.

  1. For carrying water.
  2. For carrying animals.
  3. For carrying building materials.
  4. For carrying charcoal
  5. For carrying sodas.

LESSON 6

TOPICAL QUESTIONS.

  1. Why is air transport important to us?

    __________________________________________________________________

  2. Name any 2 other types of transport.

    1) __________________________ 2) ____________________________

  3. How do we call trains that carry passengers?

    __________________________________________________________________

  4. Which animals do people normally use for transport?

    1) _________________ 2) _________________ 3) _______________________

  5. Draw and name 3 means of road transport.

 

 

 

 


 

  
   

 

  1. What is water transport?

    __________________________________________________________________

  2. How is road transport important to us?

    __________________________________________________________________

WEEK 7

LESSON 1

SUB THEME: ROAD SAFETY

  1. Safe ways of using the road.

    What are the safe ways of using the road?

    1. Not playing on the road.
    2. By observing the road traffic signs.
    3. By crossing at the zebra crossing
    4. By crossing the road with the help of an adult.
    5. By walking from the pavement.
    6. Look right, left,then right before crossing.
    7. By not playing on the road.

       

       

       

       

Name these safe ways of crossing the Road.

 

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LESSON 2

  1. Unsafe ways of using the road.

    Which ones are the unsafe ways of using the road?

  • Playing on the road – (you can get an accident)
  • Crossing from;
    • Where roads meet.
    • Where there is a bend.
    • Between parked cars.
  • Grazing animals along the road.
  • Throwing objects at moving vehicles.
  • Crossing without observing whether cars are coming.
  • Crossing the road while running.

LESSON 3

ROAD SIGNS

The road signs help the road user to be careful when crossing the road.

Who are the road users?

  1. drivers
  2. cyclists
  3. motorists
  4. pedestrians
  5. passengers

 

  1. Drivers are people driving vehicles.
  2. Cyclists are people riding bicycles.
  3. Motorists are people riding motorcycles
  4. Pedestrians are people walking along the road.
  5. Passengers are people travelling in a vehicle or motorcycle but they are going to pay.

 

 

Name the road users below.

 

 

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driver

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motorist

 

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cyclist

pedestrians

LESSON 4

Common road signs on our roads.

Name these road signs.

 

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Round about

parking

 

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Pedestrian crossing

No parking

 

 

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Traffic lights

Zebra crossing

 

 

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stop

Cattle crossing

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School ahead

Humps ahead

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Danger ahead 

Men at work 

Teacher and the learners discuss each road sign shown.

LESSON 5

The traffic lights road sign.

 

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Name the colours of the traffic lights.

______________________________

_____________________________

______________________________

What is the meaning of each colour?

1. Green  –  Go

2. Orange  –  Get ready

3. Red  –  Stop.

LESSON 6

Dangerous things on the road. (Monitor S.ST pg. 50)

  • Pot holes , broken electric wires
  • Broken trees, waste disposal, nails
  • Open water passages, land slides.

Dangerous people on the road.

Kidnappers, mad people, drunkards defilers, robber

 

Name these dangers on the road.

 

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Animal bite

kidnapping

 

People who help us on the road. (Monitor S.ST Pg. 5)

  • Policeman / policewoman, wardens
  • Teachers, guards / women, parents.

 

Draw children crossing the road.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

WEEK 8

LESSON 1

SUB THEME: ACCIDENTS AND SAFETY.

What is an accident?

  1. An accident is an unexpected danger that causes injury.
  2. An accident is a sudden happening that causes injury.

 

 

 

A picture of a road traffic accident.

 

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Road accident

 

Examples of accidents.

Cuts, fainting, falling, drowning, burns, scalds, electric shock, animal bites, poisoning, nose bleeding, sprains.

LESSON 2

Causes of common accidents in our community.

accidents 

Causes 

cuts

fainting

fractures

drowning

burns

scalds

electric shock

animal bites

poisoning

nose bleeding

fracture. sprain, bruise 

sharp objects

over crowding

falling

water bodies

fire

hot vapor

electricity

animals / insects

misuse of drugs

a blow on the nose

falling  

LESSON 3

Causes of road accidents.

What can cause accidents on the road?

  • Over loading
  • Over speeding
  • Over taking in corners.
  • Careless driving
  • Bad road surface
  • Bad weather
  • Driving while drunk.
  • Driving vehicles in dangerous mechanical conditions.

 

How can we mange accidents on the road?

  • Reporting to the police.
  • No driving while drunk.
  • Drive well repaired vehicles
  • Repair the roads.
  • Don’t overtake in corners.
  • Don’t overload the vehicles
  • Don’t over speed.

LESSON 4

Managing accidents at home.

  • Reporting to an elder.
  • Rushing the person to the hospital
  • Using a bandage
  • Making an alarm.

 

How can we prevent accidents?

  • Never use wet hands to touch electric sockets.
  • Never play near fire or hot water.
  • Avoid playing with sharp instruments.
  • Medicine should be kept away from reach of children.
  • Don’t leave hot stuff in the open.
  • Don’t disturb animals resting.
  • Don’t climb trees.
  • Don’t go swimming without a guide.
  • Avoid running on a safety ground.

 

Leaving hot stuff is dangerous too.

 

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What is happening in the picture above?

LESSON 5

Sub Theme: First Aid

What is First Aid?

First Aid is the first help given to an injured person before being taken to a hospital or clinic.

 

Practical lesson

Teacher and children give first aid to a person with a nose bleeding.

 

Step  I  : Put a cold pad on the forehead

 II  : Press the nose and let the patient breathe through the mouth.

 

Teacher and children give first aid to a person with a cut.

 

Step I    : Tie the wound to stop bleeding.

II  : Clean the wound.

LESSON 6

The first aid kit box.

What is first aid box?

A fist aid kit is a box that contains the things we use to give first aid.

 

Contents of a first aid box.

 

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scissors

Safety pin

Cotton wool

 

 

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Razor blade

soap

plaster

WEEEK 9

LESSON 1

Others are;

Soap, gauze, razorblade, spirit.

 

Uses of these items.

1. Pain killer –  Is given to reduce pain.

2. Cotton wool  –  is put on the wound to avoid germs and dust to

enter the wound.

3. Bandage  –  Is for tying a dislocated part.

4. Spirit –  Is applied on a fresh wound to prevent germs from

Entering the wound.

Help the cut to dry fast.

5. Soap –  For washing our hands before and after cleaning

 the wound.

6. plaster –  covering the wound.

7. safety pin  –  to remove objects that pierced the body.

8. pair of scissors  –  for cutting the gauze.

9. Gauze –  for covering the big wounds.

10. razor blade  –  for cutting pieces of ___________.

LESSON 2

GENERAL KNOWLEDGE

Immunization

Definition: Is the giving of a vaccine to prevent a killer disease.

A vaccine is a medicine used to prevent diseases from attacking people.

The killer diseases.

The ______________ killer diseases in children. Also known as childhood diseases e.g. polio, Tuberculosis, diphtheria, Tetanus, whooping cough, hepatitis b and b1 , influenza b

Picture showing children suffering from different diseases.

The

 

immunisable childhood diseases.

Lesson3

A child’s health card / immunization card.

A child immunization card shows the following.

  • The childhood immunisable diseases.
  • Dates of next immunization.
  • Comment of the health worker.
  • Name of the child.
  • Name of the parent.
  • Occupation of the parents.
  • Date of birth.
  • Child’s number.
  • Residence of the family.
  • Birth order.
  • Sex
  • Health unit.
  • The ministry of health.

 

Things found on a child health card

 

Name of child

Date of birth

Names of parents

Residence

Occupation

Childs name

Childs sex, gender

Childs position in the family

 

 

JERIMAIH 29: 11

JERIMAIH 33:3

PHILLIPIANS 4:6

 

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