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Pre-Primary 1 & 2 Schemes Of Work

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Pre-Primary 1 & 2 Schemes Of Work


The scheme of work is a detailed, logical, and sequential plan that interprets the syllabus into units.

The pre-primary level of education plays a pivotal role in shaping the foundational knowledge, skills, and attitudes of young learners.

In Kenya, this stage of education is designed to provide children with a strong foundation for their future academic endeavors. The curriculum encompasses a diverse range of subjects, each geared towards holistic development.

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The subjects taught at the pre-primary level in Kenya include Language Activities, Mathematical Activities, Environmental Activities, Psychomotor and Creative Activities, Religious Education Activities, and Pre-Braille Activities.

Pre-Primary 1 Schemes of Work

Term 1 Schemes

Mathematical Activities

Creative Activities

Religious Education Activities

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Language Activities

Environmental Activities

Music

Psychomotor and Creative Activities

Term 3: Pre-Primary One (pp1) Schemes Of Work

Music

Language Activities

Mathematical Activities

Environmental Activities

Psychomotor and Creative Activities

Art

Religious Education Activities

Term 2: Pre-Primary 1 Schemes Of Work

Mathematical Activities

CRE

Art and Craft

English

Music

Language Activities

Environmental Activities

Psychomotor

Creative Activities

Pre-Primary 2 Schemes Of Work

Term One

Term Two

Term Three

The Significance of Schemes of Work

A Scheme of Work acts as a roadmap for educators, providing a comprehensive overview of the curriculum to be covered over a specific time frame, typically an academic year or a semester.

It serves as a bridge between the curriculum’s overarching goals and the day-to-day teaching activities. By outlining the sequence of topics, learning outcomes, assessment strategies, and instructional methodologies, schemes of work offer numerous benefits:

Structured Learning:

Schemes of Work provide a clear structure for educators to follow. They enable the seamless progression of lessons, ensuring that each topic is covered in a logical sequence, building upon prior knowledge.

Effective Planning:

Educators can plan in advance by outlining the content, resources, and teaching strategies needed for each lesson. This foresight prevents last-minute scrambles and enhances the overall quality of teaching.

Consistency:

Schemes of work ensure consistency across different classes or teachers. When well implemented, they guarantee that all students receive similar learning experiences, regardless of who is teaching.

Alignment with Objectives:

Schemes of work are closely tied to learning objectives. By detailing the desired outcomes for each unit or lesson, educators can ensure that their teaching aligns with broader educational goals.

Pre-Primary Schemes Of Work

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