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Session 9: Physical Education (Products)


The ninth session serves as a round up for the activities covered in previous sessions. The children are once again involved in physical activity, however this time the activity focuses on animal products, topic that was covered in Session 5. Here the concepts are reinforced through different activities as children learn through play and games. Since, during session 7, children learnt about the life-cycle of a plant, we thought of reinforcing also the concepts learnt during this session by taking the children to Buskett. The Bee-Bots will also join the children during this outing. The children will thus have the opportunity to see various trees, plants and flowers, observe closely the nature around them and also do some physical exercise.

Session delivery date:
St. Clare Pembroke Primary C – Wednesday 30th March 2011
St. Thomas More Zejtun Primary A – Friday 1st April 2011

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Session 6 – Ghammieri Outing

Session delivery date:
St. Thomas More Zejtun Primary A – Thursday 3rd March 2011
St. Clare Pembroke Primary C – scheduled for the 25th May 2011

Oh what a day! Children attending Year 1 at Zejtun A Primary school had quite a great time visiting the Government farm Ghammieri. We’ve been talking about animals quite  a lot during our sessions and thus it was time for children to actually see some of these animals, the places where they live as well as hear their actual sounds. Children were enthusiastic about this outing! During this session, children had also the opportunity to use the Tuff Cams to take photos and shoot videos of all that they were seeing. Before visiting Ghammieri, children had the opportunity to view a presentation about the Government farm to help them focus better on what they were expected to find.

Children had great fun using Tuff Cams. They shot videos and took pictures of goats, cows, birds, ducks and so on. They did quite a good job. Every child had the opportunity to handle the Tuff Cams. The pictures and videos taken by the children will be eventually used later on to create a presentation about their work during this project.

Session 5 – Animal Products

During the fifth session children will be focusing on the products derived from certain farm animals. Once again Bee-Bots will help the children during the learning process. Children will meet Ganni on his farm accompanied by two children. This time the children, with the help of Ganni, will learn more about animals and products they give to us people.  Children will also have the opportunity to work on Primary Writer. The interactive activities that form part of the lesson will give children the opportunity to use the interactive whiteboard.

Session 5 Delivery date:
St. Claire’s Pembroke Primary School: Wednesday 9th March, 2011
St. Thomas More Zejtun primary A: Friday 11th March, 2011

Click here to download Session 5 Lesson Plan Topic: Animal Homes

Resources available for download


Session 4 – Animal Homes

The forth session focuses on helping children learn the names of the homes where some farm animals live. The children will once more virtually visit Ganni’s farm and his animals. This time Ganni is going round his farm to check that all his animals are safely sleeping in their homes. Bee-Bots come in handy in helping children match the animal to its home. During this session children will also be able to work with KidPix.

Session delivery date:
St. Claire’s Pembroke Primary C: Tuesday 1st March, 2011
St. Thomas More Zejtun Primary A: Wednesday 2nd March, 2011

Click here to download Session 4: Lesson Note Topic: Animal Homes

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Session 3 – Animal Sounds

The third session’s main objective is to give the children an opportunity to refine their use of the Bee-Bot, while they discover how the use of a digital microphone can be loads of fun. During the session the children will be introduced with farm animals and their respective sounds. Some animlas the children might be familiar with but others may be more challenging for them. The Bee-Bot is used in an activity where the children are to match the sound to the respective picture whilst the microphone is used for the children to record their own voice mimicing the animals.

Listen to Iz-zunzana ddur iddur

Session delivery date:
St. Thomas More Zejtun Primary A – Friday 18th February 2011
St. Clare Pembroke Primary C – Wednesday 23rd   February 2011

Click here to download the Session 3 Lesson Note Topic: Animal Sounds.

Resources for the session are available for download: