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About Literacy Scheme of Work for Pre-Nursery Classes

The NAPPS Pre-Nursery Literacy Syllabus is designed for young learners who are at least 2 years old. This subject will help build a strong foundation in reading and writing. 

This syllabus introduces kids to the basic elements of literacy through engaging and interactive activities like nursery rhymes. Children also get to learn how to trace letters of the alphabet as well as pronounce them.

Through songs, stories, and playful exercises, children will begin to understand the relationship between sounds and letters, and this will enable them to be able to recognize and form words. 

The NAPPS Pre-Nursery Literacy Syllabus aims to create a fun and supportive learning environment that fosters a love for reading and prepares children for future academic success. We hope you find this article useful

Pre-Nursery First Term Scheme of Work for Literacy

SourceNational Association of Proprieters of Private Schools in Nigeria (NAPPS) 
ClassPRE-SCHOOL LEVEL 1 
SubjectLITERACY 
TermFIRST TERM 
WeekTopicTeachers ActivitiesPupil ActivitiesLearning Resources
1SPEECH

Nursery Rhymes
With the aid of an MP3 or MP4 player,
the teacher gets the pupils to sing different nursery rhymes
and guides them to pronounce words more correctly.

The teacher also sings along with the pupils.
Pupils sing nursery rhymes as guided by the teacher.

Pupils attempt to pronounce words more correctly.
MP3 Player
MP4 Player
2Pre-Nursery First Term Scheme of Work for LiteracyThe teacher guides pupils to identify and pronounce the sound /a/.

Teacher guides pupils to sing nursery rhymes with /a/ sound.

Rhyme: Hello, Hello and how are you today?
Pupils identify and pronounce the /a/ sound as correctly as possible. Pupils sing various nursery rhymes.Charts
MP4 Player
3SPEECH

Sound: /a/
Teacher uses charts and an MP4 player to guide pupils to identify and pronounce different objects with beginning sound /a/ e.g. apple, ant, ass, etc.

Teacher guides pupils to sing nursery rhymes.
Pupils identify objects with beginning sound /a/. Pupils pronounce words as correctly as possible. Pupils sing nursery rhymes.Charts
MP4 Player
4SPEECH

Sound: /a/
Teacher guides pupils to identify objects with beginning sound /a/.

Teacher guides pupils to match objects with beginning sound /a/ to the sound and to colour the objects beautifully.
Pupils identify objects with letter sound /a/. Pupils match objects to sound /a/.

Pupils colour objects with beginning sound /a/.
Charts
MP4 Player
5SPEECH

Sound: /b/ Sounding and recognition of /b/
The teacher guides pupils to identify and pronounce the sound /b/. Teacher guides pupils to sing nursery rhymes with /b/ sound.Pupils identify and pronounce the /b/ sound as correctly as possible. Pupils sing various nursery rhymes.Charts
MP4 Player
6SPEECH

Sound: /b/
Teacher uses charts and an MP4 player to guide pupils to identify and pronounce different objects with beginning sound /b/ e.g. boy, bat, book, etc.

Teacher guides pupils to sing nursery rhymes

Teacher guides pupils to match objects with beginning sound /a/ to the sound and to colour the objects beautifully.
Pupils identify objects with letter sound /b/.

Pupils identify objects with beginning sound /b/.

Pupils match objects to sound /b/.

Pupils colour objects with beginning sound /b/.

Pupils pronounce words as correctly as possible.

Pupils sing nursery rhymes.
Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
7SPEECH

Sound: /d/
Sounding and recognition of /d/

The teacher uses charts and an MP4 Player to guide pupils to identify and pronounce the sound /d/
and to identify objects with beginning sound /d/ e.g. dog, doll, day, etc.

Teacher guides pupils to sing nursery rhymes with /d/ sound.
The teacher uses charts and an MP4 Player to guide pupils to identify and pronounce the sound /d/ and to identify objects with beginning sound /d/ e.g. dog, doll, day, etc.

Teacher guides pupils to sing nursery rhymes with /d/ sound.

Teacher guides pupils to match objects with beginning sound /d/ to the sound and to colour the objects beautifully.
Pupils identify and pronounce the /d/ sound as correctly as possible.

Pupils identify objects with letter sound /d/.

Pupils identify objects with beginning sound /d/.

Pupils pronounce words as correctly as possible and sing nursery rhymes. Pupils match objects to sound /d/.

Pupils colour objects with beginning sound /d/.
Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
8SPEECH
Sound: /e/

Sounding and recognition of /e/
The teacher uses charts and an MP4 Player to guide pupils to identify and pronounce the sound /e/ and to identify objects with beginning sound /e/ e.g. egg, end, etc. Teacher guides pupils to sing nursery rhymes with /e/ sound.

Teacher guides pupils to match objects with beginning sound and /e/ to the sound and to colour the objects beautifully.
Pupils identify and pronounce the /e/ sound as correctly as possible.

Pupils identify objects with letter sound /e/.

Pupils identify objects with beginning sound /e/.

Pupils pronounce words as correctly as possible and sing nursery rhymes.

Pupils match objects to sound /e/.

Pupils colour objects with beginning sound /e/.
Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
9SPEECH
Sound: /f/

Sounding and recognition of /f/
The teacher uses charts and an MP4 Player to guide pupils to identify and pronounce the sound /f/ and to identify objects with beginning sound /f/ e.g. fan, fat, film, etc.

Teacher guides pupils to sing nursery rhymes with /f/ sound.

Teacher guides pupils to match objects with beginning sound /f/ to the sound and to colour the objects beautifully.
Pupils identify and pronounce the /f/ sound as correctly as possible.

Pupils identify objects with letter sound /f/.

Pupils identify objects with beginning sound /f/.

Pupils pronounce words as correctly as possible and sing nursery rhymes.

Pupils match objects to sound /f/.

Pupils colour objects with beginning sound /f/.
Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
10SPEECH
Sound: /g/

Sounding and recognition of /g/
The teacher uses charts and an MP4 Player to guide pupils to identify and pronounce the sound /g/ and to identify objects with beginning sound /g/ e.g. gun, girl, game, etc.

Teacher guides pupils to sing nursery rhymes with /g/ sound.

Teacher guides pupils to match objects with beginning sound /g/ to the sound and to colour the objects beautifully.
Pupils identify and pronounce the /g/ sound as correctly as possible.

Pupils identify objects with letter sound /g/.

Pupils identify objects with beginning sound /g/.

Pupils pronounce words as correctly as possible and sing nursery rhymes. Pupils match objects to sound /g/.

Pupils colour objects with beginning sound /g/.
Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
11REVISION   
12EXAMINATION   

Pre-Nursery Second Term Scheme of Work for Literacy

TermSecond Term 
WeekTopicTeachers ActivitiesPupil ActivitiesLearning Resources
1REVISIONTeacher revises first-term work with the pupilsPupils revise with the teacher’s guidance.MP3 Player
MP4 Player
2SPEECH

Sounds: /a/ – /g/

Sounding and recognition of sounds.

WRITING Pattern Making: Tracing Curve

RHYME: Hands are for clapping.
Teacher guides pupils to identify and pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /g/ and to sing nursery rhymes with each sound.

Teacher guides pupils to match different objects to their beginning sounds.

Pupils identify objects and their beginning sounds and they colour objects beautifully.

Teacher guides pupils to trace the curves in their notebooks or writing books.

Teacher leads pupils to recite the nursery rhyme “Hands are for clapping” and to pronounce the words correctly.
Pupils identify and pronounce sounds /a/ – /g/ as correctly as possible and they sing various nursery rhymes with the sounds.

Pupils pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /g/ correctly and they match objects to their beginning sounds. They colour objects beautifully to identify sounds. Pupils trace curves in their notebooks or writing books with the teacher’s guidance.

Pupils recite the rhyme “Hands are for clapping” along with the teacher.
Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
Rhyme book
Writing book
3SPEECH

Sounds: /a/ – /g/

Sounding and recognition of sounds.

WRITING Pattern Making: Tracing Curve

RHYME: Hands are for clapping.
Teacher guides pupils to identify and pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /g/ and to sing nursery rhymes with each sound.

Teacher guides pupils to match different objects to their beginning sounds.

Pupils identify objects and their beginning sounds and they colour objects beautifully.

Teacher guides pupils to trace the curves in their notebooks or writing books.

Teacher leads pupils to recite the nursery rhyme “Hands are for clapping” and to pronounce the words correctly.
Pupils identify and pronounce sounds /a/ – /g/ as correctly as possible and they sing various nursery rhymes with the sounds.

Pupils pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /g/ correctly and they match objects to their beginning sounds. They colour objects beautifully to identify sounds. Pupils trace curves in their notebooks or writing books with the teacher’s guidance.

Pupils recite the rhyme “Hands are for clapping” along with the teacher.
Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
Rhyme book
Writing book
4SPEECH

Sounds: /a/ – /k/ Sounding and recognition of sounds.

WRITING Pattern Making:

Tracing Curve

RHYME: When do you wee?
Teacher guides pupils to identify and pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /k/ and to sing nursery rhymes with each sound.

Teacher guides pupils to match different objects to their beginning sounds.
Pupils identify objects and their beginning sounds and they colour objects beautifully.

Teacher guides pupils to trace the curves in their notebooks or writing books.

Teacher leads pupils to recite the nursery rhyme “When do you wee?” and to pronounce the words correctly.
Pupils identify and pronounce sounds /a/ – /k/ as correctly as possible and they sing various nursery rhymes with the sounds.

Pupils pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /k/ correctly and they match objects to their beginning sounds.

They colour objects beautifully to identify sounds.

Pupils trace curves in their notebooks or writing books with the teacher’s guidance.

Pupils recite the rhyme “When do you wee?” along with the teacher.
Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
Rhyme book
Writing book
5SPEECH

Sounds: /a/ – /k/ Sounding and recognition of sounds.

WRITING Pattern Making:

Tracing Curve

RHYME: When do you wee?
Teacher guides pupils to identify and pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /k/ and to sing nursery rhymes with each sound.

Teacher guides pupils to match different objects to their beginning sounds.
Pupils identify objects and their beginning sounds and they colour objects beautifully.

Teacher guides pupils to trace the curves in their notebooks or writing books.

Teacher leads pupils to recite the nursery rhyme “When do you wee?” and to pronounce the words correctly.
Pupils identify and pronounce sounds /a/ – /k/ as correctly as possible and they sing various nursery rhymes with the sounds.

Pupils pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /k/ correctly and they match objects to their beginning sounds.

They colour objects beautifully to identify sounds.

Pupils trace curves in their notebooks or writing books with the teacher’s guidance.

Pupils recite the rhyme “When do you wee?” along with the teacher.
Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
Rhyme book
Writing book
6SPEECH
Sounds: /a/ – /m/ Sounding and recognition of sounds.

WRITING Tracing Letter – a

RHYME: I have 10 fingers
Teacher guides pupils to identify and pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /m/ and to sing nursery rhymes with each sound.

Teacher guides pupils to match different objects to their beginning sounds.

Pupils identify objects and their beginning sounds and they colour objects beautifully.

Teacher guides pupils to trace letter – a in their notebooks or writing books.

Teacher leads pupils to recite the nursery rhyme “I have 10 fingers” and to pronounce the words correctly.
Pupils identify and pronounce sounds /a/ – /m/ as correctly as possible and they sing various nursery rhymes with the sounds.

Pupils pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /m/ correctly and they match objects to their beginning sounds.

They colour objects beautifully to identify sounds.

Pupils trace letter – a in their notebooks or writing books with the teacher’s guidance.

Pupils recite the rhyme “I have 10 fingers?” along with the teacher.
Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
Rhyme book
Writing book
7SPEECH
Sounds: /a/ – /m/ Sounding and recognition of sounds.

WRITING Tracing Letter – a

RHYME: I have 10 fingers
Teacher guides pupils to identify and pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /m/ and to sing nursery rhymes with each sound.

Teacher guides pupils to match different objects to their beginning sounds.

Pupils identify objects and their beginning sounds and they colour objects beautifully.

Teacher guides pupils to trace letter – a in their notebooks or writing books.

Teacher leads pupils to recite the nursery rhyme “I have 10 fingers” and to pronounce the words correctly.
Pupils identify and pronounce sounds /a/ – /m/ as correctly as possible and they sing various nursery rhymes with the sounds.

Pupils pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /m/ correctly and they match objects to their beginning sounds.

They colour objects beautifully to identify sounds.

Pupils trace letter – a in their notebooks or writing books with the teacher’s guidance.

Pupils recite the rhyme “I have 10 fingers?” along with the teacher.
Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
Rhyme book
Writing book
8SPEECH
Sounds: /a/ – /p/ Sounding and recognition of sounds.

WRITING Tracing Letter – b

RHYME If All The Rain Drops
Teacher guides pupils to identify and pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /p/ and to sing nursery rhymes with each sound.

Teacher guides pupils to match different objects to their beginning sounds.

Pupils identify objects and their beginning sounds and they colour objects beautifully.

Teacher guides pupils to trace letter – b in their notebooks or writing books.

Teacher leads pupils to recite the nursery rhyme “I have 10 fingers” and to pronounce the words correctly.
Pupils identify and pronounce sounds /a/ – /p/ as correctly as possible and they sing various nursery rhymes with the sounds.

Pupils pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /p/ correctly and they match objects to their beginning sounds.

They colour objects beautifully to identify sounds.

Pupils trace letter – b in their notebooks or writing books with the teacher’s guidance.

Pupils recite the rhyme “If all the rain drops” along with the teacher.
Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
Rhyme book
Writing book
9SPEECH
Sounds: /a/ – /p/ Sounding and recognition of sounds.

WRITING Tracing Letter – b

RHYME If All The Rain Drops
Teacher guides pupils to identify and pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /p/ and to sing nursery rhymes with each sound.

Teacher guides pupils to match different objects to their beginning sounds.

Pupils identify objects and their beginning sounds and they colour objects beautifully.

Teacher guides pupils to trace letter – b in their notebooks or writing books.

Teacher leads pupils to recite the nursery rhyme “I have 10 fingers” and to pronounce the words correctly.
Pupils identify and pronounce sounds /a/ – /p/ as correctly as possible and they sing various nursery rhymes with the sounds.

Pupils pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /p/ correctly and they match objects to their beginning sounds.

They colour objects beautifully to identify sounds.

Pupils trace letter – b in their notebooks or writing books with the teacher’s guidance.

Pupils recite the rhyme “If all the rain drops” along with the teacher.
Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
Rhyme book
Writing book
10SPEECH Sounds: /a/ – /r/ Sounding and recognition of sounds.

WRITING Tracing Letter – c

RHYME: If all the rain drops
Teacher guides pupils to identify and pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /r/ and to sing nursery rhymes with each sound.

Teacher guides pupils to match different objects to their beginning sounds.

Pupils identify objects and their beginning sounds and they colour objects beautifully.

Teacher guides pupils to trace letter – a in their notebooks or writing books.

Teacher leads pupils to recite the nursery rhyme “If all the rain drops” and to pronounce the words correctly.
Pupils identify and pronounce sounds /a/ – /r/ as correctly as possible and they sing various nursery rhymes with the sounds.

Pupils pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /r/ correctly and they match objects to their beginning sounds.

They colour objects beautifully to identify sounds.

Pupils trace letter – c in their notebooks or writing books with the teacher’s guidance.

Pupils recite the rhyme “If all the rain drops” along with the teacher.
Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
Rhyme book
Writing book
11REVISION   
12EXAMINATION   

Pre-Nursery Third Term Scheme of Work for Literacy

TermThird Term 
WeekTopicTeachers ActivitiesPupil ActivitiesLearning Resources
1REVISIONTeacher revises second-term work with the pupilsPupils revise with the teacher’s guidance.MP3 Player
MP4 Player
2SPEECH Sounds: /a/ – /t/ Sounding and recognition of sounds.

WRITING Tracing and Writing Letters a – b

RHYME: I wash my hands
Teacher guides pupils to identify and pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /t/ and to sing nursery rhymes with each sound.

Teacher guides pupils to match different objects to their beginning sounds.

Pupils identify objects and their beginning sounds and they colour objects beautifully.

Teacher guides pupils to trace and write letters a – b in their notebooks or writing books.

Teacher leads pupils to recite the nursery rhyme “I wash my hands” and to pronounce the words correctly.
Pupils identify and pronounce sounds /a/ – /t/ as correctly as possible and they sing various nursery rhymes with the sounds.

Pupils pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /t/ correctly and they match objects to their beginning sounds.

They colour objects beautifully to identify sounds.

Pupils trace and write letters and a – b in their notebooks or writing books with the teacher’s guidance.

Pupils recite the rhyme “I wash my hands” along with the teacher.
Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
Rhyme book
Writing book
Sound games
3SPEECH Sounds: /a/ – /t/ Sounding and recognition of sounds.

WRITING Tracing and Writing Letters a – b

RHYME: I wash my hands
Teacher guides pupils to identify and pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /t/ and to sing nursery rhymes with each sound.

Teacher guides pupils to match different objects to their beginning sounds.

Pupils identify objects and their beginning sounds and they colour objects beautifully.

Teacher guides pupils to trace and write letters a – b in their notebooks or writing books.

Teacher leads pupils to recite the nursery rhyme “I wash my hands” and to pronounce the words correctly.
Pupils identify and pronounce sounds /a/ – /t/ as correctly as possible and they sing various nursery rhymes with the sounds.

Pupils pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /t/ correctly and they match objects to their beginning sounds.

They colour objects beautifully to identify sounds.

Pupils trace and write letters and a – b in their notebooks or writing books with the teacher’s guidance.

Pupils recite the rhyme “I wash my hands” along with the teacher.
Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
Rhyme book
Writing book
Sound games
4SPEECH Sounds: /a/ – /w/ Sounding and recognition of sounds.

WRITING Tracing and Writing Letters c – d

RHYME: Old Mc Donald had a farm
Teacher guides pupils to identify and pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /w/ and to sing nursery rhymes with each sound.

Teacher guides pupils to match different objects to their beginning sounds.

Pupils identify objects and their beginning sounds and they colour objects beautifully.

Teacher guides pupils to trace and write letters c – d in their notebooks or writing books.

Teacher leads pupils to recite the nursery rhyme “Old Mc Donald had a farm” and to pronounce the words correctly.
Pupils identify and pronounce sounds /a/ – /w/ as correctly as possible and they sing various nursery rhymes with the sounds.

Pupils pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /w/ correctly and they match objects to their beginning sounds.

They colour objects beautifully to identify sounds.

Pupils trace and write letters and c – d in their notebooks or writing books with the teacher’s guidance.

Pupils recite the rhyme “Old Mc Donald had a farm” along with the teacher.
Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
Rhyme book
Writing book
Sound games
5SPEECH Sounds: /a/ – /w/ Sounding and recognition of sounds.

WRITING Tracing and Writing Letters c – d

RHYME: Old Mc Donald had a farm
Teacher guides pupils to identify and pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /w/ and to sing nursery rhymes with each sound.

Teacher guides pupils to match different objects to their beginning sounds.

Pupils identify objects and their beginning sounds and they colour objects beautifully.

Teacher guides pupils to trace and write letters c – d in their notebooks or writing books.

Teacher leads pupils to recite the nursery rhyme “Old Mc Donald had a farm” and to pronounce the words correctly.
Pupils identify and pronounce sounds /a/ – /w/ as correctly as possible and they sing various nursery rhymes with the sounds.

Pupils pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /w/ correctly and they match objects to their beginning sounds.

They colour objects beautifully to identify sounds.

Pupils trace and write letters and c – d in their notebooks or writing books with the teacher’s guidance.

Pupils recite the rhyme “Old Mc Donald had a farm” along with the teacher.
Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
Rhyme book
Writing book
Sound games
6SPEECH Sounds: /a/ – /z/ Sounding and recognition of sounds.

WRITING Tracing and Writing Letters e – f

RHYME: Grandpa’s farm
Teacher guides pupils to identify and pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /z/ and to sing nursery rhymes with each sound.

Teacher guides pupils to match different objects to their beginning sounds.

Pupils identify objects and their beginning sounds and they colour objects beautifully.

Teacher guides pupils to trace and write letters c – d in their notebooks or writing books.

Teacher leads pupils to recite the nursery rhyme “Grandpa’s farm” and to pronounce the words correctly.
Pupils identify and pronounce sounds /a/ – /z/ as correctly as possible and they sing various nursery rhymes with the sounds.

Pupils pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /z/ correctly and they match objects to their beginning sounds.

They colour objects beautifully to identify sounds.

Pupils trace and write letters and e – f in their notebooks or writing books with the teacher’s guidance.

Pupils recite the rhyme “Grandpa’s farm” along with the teacher.
Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
Rhyme book
Writing book
Sound games
7SPEECH Sounds: /a/ – /z/ Sounding and recognition of sounds.

WRITING Tracing and Writing Letters e – f

RHYME: Grandpa’s farm
Teacher guides pupils to identify and pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /z/ and to sing nursery rhymes with each sound.

Teacher guides pupils to match different objects to their beginning sounds.

Pupils identify objects and their beginning sounds and they colour objects beautifully.

Teacher guides pupils to trace and write letters c – d in their notebooks or writing books.

Teacher leads pupils to recite the nursery rhyme “Grandpa’s farm” and to pronounce the words correctly.
Pupils identify and pronounce sounds /a/ – /z/ as correctly as possible and they sing various nursery rhymes with the sounds.

Pupils pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /z/ correctly and they match objects to their beginning sounds.

They colour objects beautifully to identify sounds.

Pupils trace and write letters and e – f in their notebooks or writing books with the teacher’s guidance.

Pupils recite the rhyme “Grandpa’s farm” along with the teacher.
Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
Rhyme book
Writing book
Sound games
8SPEECH
Sounds: /a/ – /z/ Sounding and recognition of sounds

WRITING Tracing and Writing Letters g – h

RHYME: Random rhymes
Teacher guides pupils to identify and pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /z/ and to sing nursery rhymes with each sound.

Teacher guides pupils to match different objects to their beginning sounds.

Pupils identify objects and their beginning sounds and they colour objects beautifully.

Teacher guides pupils to trace and write letters c – d in their notebooks or writing books.

Teacher leads pupils to recite nursery rhymes at random.
Pupils identify and pronounce sounds /a/ – /z/ as correctly as possible and they sing various nursery rhymes with the sounds.

Pupils pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /w/ correctly and they match objects to their beginning sounds.

They colour objects beautifully to identify sounds.

Pupils trace and write letters and g – h in their notebooks or writing books with the teacher’s guidance.

Pupils recite the rhymes at random.

Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
Rhyme book
Writing book
Sound games
9SPEECH
Sounds: /a/ – /z/ Sounding and recognition of sounds

WRITING Tracing and Writing Letters g – h

RHYME: Random rhymes
Teacher guides pupils to identify and pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /z/ and to sing nursery rhymes with each sound.

Teacher guides pupils to match different objects to their beginning sounds.

Pupils identify objects and their beginning sounds and they colour objects beautifully.

Teacher guides pupils to trace and write letters c – d in their notebooks or writing books.

Teacher leads pupils to recite nursery rhymes at random.
Pupils identify and pronounce sounds /a/ – /z/ as correctly as possible and they sing various nursery rhymes with the sounds.

Pupils pronounce words with beginning sounds /a/ – /w/ correctly and they match objects to their beginning sounds.

They colour objects beautifully to identify sounds.

Pupils trace and write letters and g – h in their notebooks or writing books with the teacher’s guidance.

Pupils recite the rhymes at random.
Charts
MP4 Player
Crayon
Rhyme book
Writing book
Sound games
10WRITING Tracing and Writing Letters a – h

RHYME: Random rhymes
Teacher guides pupils to identify, trace and write letters a – h in their notebooks or writing books.

Teacher leads pupils to recite nursery rhymes at random.
Pupils identify letters a – h.

Pupils trace and write letters a – h in their notebooks and writing books.

Pupils recite the rhymes at random with the teacher’s guidance.
Charts
MP4 Player
Rhyme book
11REVISION   
12EXAMINATION   

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