Showing posts from October, 2020

A Trip to Andaman - Lesson plan and activities to teach a holiday theme.

Lesson: A Trip to Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Grade: Upper primary and secondary Subject: English.               Holidays are a very important part of everyone’s life. Everyone deserves to take a break from the monotony to rejuvenate and maintain their health. Here are the lesson plan and activities to teach a holiday theme. The lesson is prepared using the 'Thinglink ' tool. Task 1: Matching - Where does it go?           There are many ways to spend a holiday. And you may also travel the world and discover new places and experiences to get more exposure. Here some different types of holidays. Ask your students to write their names under the pictures. Task 2: Read the story - A trip to Andaman.                  Jai had a holiday trip to Andaman with his parents and sister Amala. They went to Andaman last summer. They went by ship from Chennai to Port Blair, the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar islands. The ship looked much bigger than his school building. It had four storeys

Food Fun - A Lesson Plan and Activities to Teach about Healthy Food Habits.

Lesson: Food for health Grade: Primary and upper primary. Subject: English and Environmental science.                          Food is something that provides nutrients. Nutrients are substances that provide: energy for activity, growth, and all functions of the body such as breathing, digesting food, and keeping warm; materials for the growth and repair of the body, and for keeping the immune system healthy.                        Here are some sets of activities to teach about good food and healthy food habits. You can use these activities to teach online. Task 1: Warm-up activity.                    Here is a small warm-up activity to make your students active and start an interesting lesson. Here are some sets of food and non-food items. Ask your students to identify the things that they eat and drink. They should touch on the image. When they touch on the image, a tick or cross symbol appears to check their understanding. It's a fun activity for the students to differentiate t