PRIMARY 1 (GRADE 1)

SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS

MATHEMATICS FIRST TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1Whole Number 1-5
Sorting and classifying objects
leading to idea of 1- 5.
Identification of numbers of objects 1-5. 3. Reading of numbers 1-5.
2Whole Number 1-5 II
Writing of numbers 1-5.
Ordering of number 1-5.
3Whole Number 0 (zero(
Recognizing, reading and writing the number 0.
4Whole Number 6 – 9
Sorting and classifying objects
leading to idea of 6- 9. Identification of numbers 6-9
5Whole Number 6 – 9
Counting and reading numbers 1-9 Writing of 6-9
Ordering numbers 6-9.
6Whole Number 10
Recognition of 10 as a group.
Use of place value- tens and unit
(i.e. T. U).
7Whole Number 1 – 99
Identification and reading of numbers 1-99.
Writing of numbers 1-99.
8Fraction
Identification of ½ and ¼ using
concrete objects and shapes.
9Addition I
Addition through practical work.
i. Addition of whole numbers with sum less than 5.
ii. Addition of
whole numbers with sum less than 10.
iii. Addition of whole numbers with sum less than 18.
10Addition II
Addition of items of 2 digit whole
numbers.
Whole numbers with sum not greater than 40.
11Revision
12Examination

MATHEMATICS SECOND TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1Revision of First term work
Writing numbers 1-5
2Subtraction
Subtraction from whole numbers not greater than 9.
2. Subtraction from whole numbers not greater than 18.
3Addition of numbers e.g.
8 + () =9
7 + ()=9
4Addition of numbers II e.g.
8 + () =9
7 + ()=9
5Subtraction
Finding missing nubmers e.g.
8 – () =4
7 – () =5
6Subtraction
Finding missing nubmers e.g.
8 – () =4
7 – () =5
7Open Sentences I
8Open Sentences II
9Money
Nigerian coin 25k, 10k, 15k, 1k and 1/2 k. 2. Sum two or three
coin.
10Money II
Shopping with a 10k piece and
reciving change.
Tracing of coins.
11Revision
12Examination

MATHEMATICS THIRD TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1Revision of first term work
Nigerian coins, 25k,10k 5k, 1k and
1/2k.
Sum two or three coins.
2Length I
Idea of length.
Comparison of length of two or more objects to develop the idea of longer than and shorter than”
Ordering of length of objects.
3Length II
Measuring of length and distance using natural units such as hand span, step, arms, length, strides etc.
Measuring and ordering of length
4Time
Introduce the idea of time.
Time when certain things are done e.g. – Morning. – Afternoon
Evening, Night.
Time and events when certain activities take place.
The need for time pieces.
5Weight
Lifting objects.
Estimating and comparing their weights.
6Capacity
Compare capacity of containers
Order capacity of containers.
7Three Dimensional shapes I
Naming of the solid shapes Cubes, Cuboids, Cylinders and
Spheres
8Three dimensional shapes I I
Differences between Cubes and Cuboids, Cylinders and Spheres
9Two Dimensional shapes
Identification:
a. squares
b. rectangles
c. circles
Distinguishing between squares and rectangles.
10Data collection on:
i. Ages of pupils
ii. Height of pupils
11Revision
12Examination

ENGLISH STUDIES FIRST TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1Phonological awareness
1. Auditory perception and discrimination.
2. Sounds of domestic animals such as cat, horse dog, cock, cow,
goat, etc.
2Phonemic Awareness
Sounds of letters; – Production of basic sounds in given words
correctly e.g. /a/, /b/, /d/.
3Phonemic Awareness II
Word sounds and syllables
4Phonemic Awareness III
Songs and rhymes
5Phonics I
The alphabet: -sounds of letters of the alphabet /a/ – /3/ – names of all uppercase and lower case letters of the alphabet in alphabetical order.
6Phonics II
Blending sounds of letters to form words e.g. /v/ +an (to form van;
/c/ + an to form can); or
/c/ + at to form cat); etc
7Phonics II
1. Identification of familiar sounds in words e.g. house/mouse; try/fry; cat/bat/hat; etc.
2. Combining sounds toform two and three
letter words leg.
“tonight from “to” and
“might; “into” from
“in” and “ to”; etc)
8Fluency
1. Reading aloud with: – pacing, – intonation punctuations,
2. Reading variety of texts (poems, fantasy etc).
3. Independent reading.
9Fluency II
Recognition of common one letter
words (e.g. “a”, and “I”);
two– letter (e.g. “s”, “my”); and three Letter words (e.g. “the”, “was”; “can”).
10Revision
11Revision
12Examination

BASIC SCIENCE

FIRST TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1Things in and around the class room
Drawing some things found in the class
2Things in the school
e.g playground, school farm or garden.
3Observation and identification of
things in and around the home

Observation and identification of
things in:
a. The sitting room.
b. Bedroom
c. Kitchen
d. Toilet and bathroom
e. The compound
Sorting things into group.
Drawing some of the things in the
home.
Uses of the things.
4Types of roads within the school.
5Types of roads outside the school
6Safety along the road.
7Safety across the road.
8Soil as part of our surrounding.
Meaning of soil.
9Types of Soil.
Collecting, observing and
describing the soil samples from
a. School garden/farm.
b. Courtyard.
10Importance of soil to plant.
a. Anchor for plants.
b. Sources of plant nutrient.
c. Pathway for drainage.
Importance of soil to man,
a. for agriculture purposes.
b. For building, molding, pottery, road construction etc.
Importance of soil to other animals;
a. Source of food.
b. Living places (habitat).
11Revision
12Examination

BASIC TECHNOLOGY FIRST TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1Simple Machine
Meaning of simple machine. (a device that makes work easy e.g. broom, spoon, see- saw/swing, hoe, cutlass etc).
2Simple machine in school – Broom, See-saw – Swing, Spoon.
3Simple machines in the home. – Blender, Mortar and pestle, Iron etc.
4Simple machine in the farm.
a. Cutlass.
b. Hoe
c. Wheelbarrow.
d. Basket.
e. Head pan.
5Uses of broom. E.g – Sweeping, Removing of cobwebs etc.
6Uses of spoon e.g for
eating (i.e. easy carrying of food
into the mouth)
7Uses of see- saw/swing.
8Uses of can/bottle opener.
9Uses of cutlass
e.g Cutting grasses
10Storage of simple machine.
11Revision
12Examination

PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION

WEEKTOPIC
1Moving the body parts
Leaping, walking steeping, hopping and running etc.
2Basic Manipulative Movement
Throwing of objects,
catching of objects,
kicking of objects,
striking of objects.
3Safety rules in basic movement.
4Exercise on basic manipulative
movements
5Dangers in basic movement.
6Athletics I
Short distances race e.g. 50
meters.
7Athletics II
Simple jump.
8Health benefits of simple jumps.
9Safety rules in athletics
Safety rules of simple jumps.
10Practical Exercise
Short distance race.
Simple jumps
11Revision
12Examination

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FIRST TERM (COMPUTER STUDIES)

WEEKTOPIC
1Description of a computer.
2Parts of a computer:
i. monitor.
ii. keyboard.
iii. system unit.
iv. mouse
v. printer.
vi. speakers.
3The monitor.
Description of a monitor
4Functions of the monitor.
5The keyboard
Description of a keyboard.
Parts of a keyboard.
6Alphabetic and numeric keys
Function of alphabetic keys (Aa-Zz).
Function of numeric keys (0-9).
7The system unit.
Description of the system unit.
8Components of the System Unit
C.P.U, RAM, DISK DRIVE
9The mouse.
Features of a computer mouse.
10The Printer
Description of a printer.
Types of printers.
11Revision
12Examination

SECOND TERM TOPICS

WEEKTOPICS
1Description and features of a speaker
2Drawing, Colouring, and naming of computer parts.
3Differences between a computer and television
4Uses of computer in school e.g
a. Typing of text
b. For learning
c. Storing information
d. For Comparing two variables in order to rearrange them.
5Uses of computer at home e.g
a. Playing games
b. Watching educational films
c. Storing and retrieving information.
6Uses of computer in the bank e.g
a. To transfer money
b. To store customers information
7Uses of computer in the hospital e.g
a. Storing patients information
b. To diagnose the health of patients
c. Save hospital bills date of patients.
8Things computer cannot do e.g
a. Cannot think and reason like human.
b. Cannot run away from danger, cannot eat, or drink water etc.
9Things produced with a computer e.g drawings, paintings, printouts, books etc.
10People who use the computer e.g
Pupils, teachers, bankers, health personnel, architects etc.
11Revision
12Examination

THIRD TERM TOPICS

WEEKTOPIC
1Common IT Devices
a. Meaning of IT devices.
b. Common IT devices, GSM Phone, calculator, Digitals wristwatch etc.
2Common IT Devices (G.S.M phones)
Meaning of GSM
Types of GSM phones.
Uses of GSM phones e.g Call making, Receiving calls, Sending and receiving messages etc.
3Common IT Devices (Calculator)
Description of calculator.
Types of calculator.
Uses of calculator
4Common IT Devices (Wristwatches)
Description of digital and analogue wristwatches.
Difference between digital and
analogue wristwatch.
Uses of wristwatches (to tell us the time).
5Common IT Devices (Organizer)
Descriptions of an organizer.
Uses of an organizer e.g to show date, time and perform calculations, to store address.
6Common IT Devices (Pager)
Description of a pager.
Uses of pager e.g to report disasters such as fire disasters, accident etc.
7Fax Machine
Description of fax machine.
Uses of fax machine
8Radio
Description of a radio.
Uses of radio.
9Television
Description of a television.
Uses of television
10Liquid Dispensers
Description of liquid dispensers e.g. fuel dispensers.
Uses of liquid dispenser.
11Revision
12Examination

CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS STUDIES FIRST TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1Who is God?
God is spirit invisible, all
powerful, a person who hear, talk, feel, love, understand etc. “Jn.4:24”
2the story of God’s creation.
Creator (who made all kings). 2. Things God created (Gen. 1:1- 27) e.g. The sun, moon, plants, animals, stars etc
3Why we should fear and respect God
God made all things (Gen. 1:1-2). Fear and respect God.
Love and respect our parents.
4why God created all things
God created all things (Gen. 1:28). For His glory and honour,
That we might serve and
worship Him,
To reproduce
(Rev. 4:11).
5Why God created man (Gen. 1:28-30)
For His glory and
honour
To know Him, To love Him
To worship Him, To serve Him
To maintain his creatures,
To reproduce.
6Care of things God created
Take care of the things God created.
Duties of the parents to children,
duties of farmers and duties of
shepherd.
Why we should take care?
7God the giver of family
1. Description of family (Gen. 1:26- 28) (father, mother and children). 2. The story of Adam and Eve.
8Things created by humans
Things made by man: – car, table
aeroplane, train etc.
9Angel’s visit to Mary
How angel Gabriel visited Mary (Lk. 1:26-38).
10The visit of Mary to Elizabeth.
11Revision
12Examination

CIVIC EDUCATION FIRST TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1Respect
Meaning of respect
a. Feeling of administration for
something or somebody because of their good qualities or achievement. b. Polite behaviour
towards or care for somebody, thing, or place we think is important.
2People to respect
People to respect; – Traditional rulers, Parents, leaders, e.g.
prefects, principals, ministers,
commissioners, politicians, religious leaders etc.
3Places/things to respect; – Time, public properties, Constitution, mace, Public building, national flags, palaces and utilities.
4Ways of respecting people
Respecting people e.g. greetings, running errands, standing when
an important person enters e.g. commissioner, president, traditional leaders etc.
5Ways of respecting places or things
Respecting things or places; e.g. – Standing for the national anthem, Respecting the nation and federal territory, state capitals.
6How to respect government properties.
Maintaining government properties e.g. – Building, Library
Road, Pipe born water etc
7Reasons for Respecting elders I
Why we should we respect elders,Parents, Teachers, Staff etc.
8Reason for respecting elders II
Religions leaders
Political leaders etc
9Different ways of greeting
Name different ethnic groups in Nigeria e.g. – Yoruba, Hausa
Igbo, Ijaw etc.
Demonstration of their greetings to show respect.
10How to respect God and the why.
Who is God?
He is a supreme being
He is a spirit

Why must we respect Him?
11Revision
12Examination

SOCIAL STUDIES FIRST TERM

WEEKTOPIC
1Meaning of social studies.
2The study of man and his environment
1.The study of man.
2. How his problems are solved in the environment.
3Concept of family
Meaning of a family (Father,
mother and children).
4Types of family
1. The Nuclear
family: father, mother, children.
Extended Family: father, mother,
children, grandfather, grandmother, aunts, cousins and
nephews.
5The role of family members
1. Members of the: family Father,
Mother, Children)
2. Role of the family members.
6Qualities of a good family I
Honesty, Contentment, Interest of others, Love, Caring.
7Qualities of a good family Cont.
8Meaning of culture
e.g. peoples’ way of life that includes dressing, dancing,
eating etc.
9Types of culture
e.g. material and non material.
10Good and bad culture
Good culture e.g. greeting, respects for elders, human
Bad Culture e.g sacrifice, idolatry,
burial right in some locality,
punishment of widows etc.
11Revision
12Examination

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