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JANUARY THEME: MYSELF
DURATION: 30 – 35 minutes
Day 1 - 4: All about me
Day 5 - 8: My family
Day 9 – 12: My likes and dislikes
Day 13 – 16: I know how my body works
Day 17 – 20: My environment and I
Self and social awareness
Aesthetics and creative expression
Language and literacy
Motor skills and development
Children will be able to:
All about me
Identify his/her name in written form and paste it on the class attendance board
Acquire a sense of recognition as an important member of the school.
Sing good morning song with each child’s name mentioned
Each child will be given a name card. When their names are called, they will place their names on a board on the wall under their photos.
Sit in a big circle. Call out a child’s name and give a small ball to him/her. Call out another name for the first child to give the ball to the second child, etc.
Identify his/her name in written form
Count and identify the number of letters in his/her name
Produce a name art with his/her name
Achieve a sense of pride and satisfaction in his/her work
Each child counts his or name on a name card in front of his/her friends
Create a name collage. The children will complete the task by tracing their names by pasting pieces of colored papers on the letters.
All artwork will be displayed
Understand that being
different is normal
Integrate with children
who look different from
them or other children
from different cultures
Explain to other children
about their culture and
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Discuss about differences in various aspects and how to embrace diversity
Colour pictures of children from different races/ cultures
Write his/her name
Identify the written names of his/her friends
1. Each child will write his/her name using various
media such as crayon, pen, paint, whiteboard,
1. Gain awareness about the
different way of living of
2. Understand the family
structures and the
diversity found within
3. Identify the names of the
family members they
1.Have each child bring in a picture of his/her family.
Invite the children to share their photos with the
group and discuss who is in the family photo and
what they are doing.
2.Discuss the members in a family. Prompt the children with questions regarding the family picture they presented
3. Watch a video clip about “The Biggest Family and Me.”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6Fm2WGL4bo
4. After watching the documentation, discuss the video to the children. Prompt the children with questions.
Aesthetic and creative expression
1. Identify the members in
2. Create a book about
3. Share the things they do
together with their
1.Instruct children to color, cut, and assemble a house
shaped house book about their family and complete
the given tasks. Encourage the children to decorate
2.The children then interactively present their works
1. Identify the members in
2. Recognize the pictures
of the family members
3. Write the names of the
1.Make “My Family Tree Poster.” Give out a piece of
colored construction paper / card to each student.
2. Demonstrate the activity by draw a large tree,
filling up the whole piece of paper. At the top write
in largeletters "My family".
3. Then, either stick the family photos onto the tree or
draw pictures of the family (grandparents at the
top, next your parents and you and your siblings at
4.Finally, under each family member photo/picture
write the vocabularies (grandfather, mother, etc.).
5.The children then interactively present their works
1. Create a puzzle about
2. Share what they like to
do together with their
1. The children will make their own jigsaw puzzle
depicting their family. Ask the children to find or
draw a picture of something they like to do with
2.Paste it on the back side of the page. Turn the paper
over and cut along the lines. Put the pieces back
together again. Store the puzzle pieces in an
My likes and dislikes
Language And literacy
structures for likes and
2.Identify the toy’s that
they like and dislike
3. Recognize variety of
1.Prepare a white board for an activity. The board
should be divided into two sections: "likes" on the
left and "dislikes" on the right (indicated with a
smiley and unhappy face).
2. The children are going to draw some pictures on
the board. Invite a child up and point to the 'like'
column and ask to draw a toy that he/she likes.
When the child draws the item,
everyone has to guess what it is. Then get the
student to say "I like ~". The next student should
draw something in the 'dislike' column and say "I
don’t like ~".
1. Create a poster showing
The food and drink they
like and dislike
2. Share to other children
something about the
posted they made
1.Make a poster showing the food and drink the
children like / dislike using magazine cut outs.
Use some supermarket magazines for this activity
2. Give each student a large piece of paper
(construction paper or card, if possible), scissors,
Glue and a magazine (group students together to
3. Present the poster in class.
1. To know more about
other children’s likes
2. Understand the
differences of every
child when it comes
with what he/she likes
1.Have a game about Likes and Dislikes. Divide the
children into two groups. Ask each group to make
a straight line. Begin by asking the first student in
each group to whisper to the next student
something he/she likes and something he/she
don't like to do. The last students will race in
saying the phrase out loud. Continue the game so
that each student hasa chance to start the chain.
1. Name the things they
like and don’t like to so
2. Express likes and
dislikes and give reason
1.Present a game to the children. Have the
Children to stand in a circle and play music.
One child stands in the middle and yells out
something that he/she likes to do -- swimming, for
example. Instruct all of the children who like
swimming to pretend to swim. who don't like
swimming should stand still. Continue with this
until all of the children have had a chance to stand
in the middle.
2. Discuss in class the things that they like to do and
don’t like to do by drawing a table and indicate
“Likes” and “Dislikes. Ask each child to draw on
the board and tell something about it.
I know how my body works
Identify the different parts of the body
Label the parts of the body
Illustrate the body and its parts
1.Sing and dance the song ” Move and Freeze” by the
2.Discuss the Parts of the Body. Generate a list of
Body parts with students. Introduce the body tracing
activity to the students.
Have a student trace you on a piece of paper and help you label your body parts.
Display the outline and review each body part—head, arms, legs, chest, hands, and feet with the students.
Motor skills development
Gain deeper understanding on the importance of the body
Share the different ways on how to take care of our body
Play a Body Part Cube. Glue the pictures on each side of the boxes. Cover with clear tape.
The children roll the die and then name and point to that body part on their body. Variation: Have the children name something that body part does.
Prompt the children with question about the importance of the body and how to take care of our body.
Children will sing the song “ Bend and Move” sung to B-I-N-G-O.
Literacy and Language
Self and Social Awareness
Identify the five senses
Name all the five senses
Name the body part used for each senses
Tell the function for each sense
Tell how we use our senses in everyday life
Have an activity about the Five Senses. Ask each child to close their eyes and smell, touch, taste or hear what the teacher will ask them to do. Let each child guess what it is.
Watch the Five Senses (
Prompt the children with questions about the video clip.
Aesthetic and Creative expression
Identify the senses that we use on the given materials/objects
Share and talk about the artwork they made
1. The children will make an art activity for the Five Senses. The children will choose from the different objects and pictures and will paste it according to the sense they chose. The artworks of the children will be posted on the Science Board.
2. The children will present their artwork in class.
My environment and I
1.Gain understanding on the importance of water in our everyday life
2. Express how he/she can help to tell others how essential the water is in our environment
1. Watch “ Save Water to Help the Earth”
2. Prompt children with questions before and after watching the video clip
1. Appreciate the things around us through a song
2. Share the importance of helping one another to save the World
1. Using variety of instruments, the children will sing and dance “We Got the Whole World in our.”
1. Know how to take care of a plant
2. Familiarize with the materials/equipments in planting a seed.
1. The children will plant a seed. Each day, the children will give water and sunlight to their plants. The plants will be displayed outside the classroom.
1. overtly aware how he/she affects the environment
2. express how he/she can help to save water consumption
1. The children will watch
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Label the parts of