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Session 8 – Physical Education (Nos 1-5)

 

The eighth session sees the children involved in physical activity.  The session starts off with some stretching exercises linked to the previous session of growing a flower.  The session is also linked to the concept covered in Session 2 where the children were involved in a number recognition exercise.  Here these concepts are reinforced through different activities as children learn through play and games.  Learning is fun and one can also evaluate what has been learnt as to programming.  Children will instinctively try and guess the mysterious number “the bee” child knows and by following the programming of the Bee-Bot they can tell on which number the robot will land.  Here the mental visualisation of the series of actions that have been programmed by their classmate come into play.

Session delivery date:
St. Clare Pembroke Primary C – Wednesday 23rd March 2011

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Resources for the session are available for download:

Session 8

Session 2 – Number Recognition (Kinder2)

Session 2 Numbers RecognitionThe second session’s main objective is to give the children an opportunity to get better acquainted at using the Bee-Bot.  The children are to handle the Bee-Bot using  the different buttons on the robot for basic programming to move the Bee-Bot to a desired spot.  The use of the Bee-Bot has been integrated in a session whereby the students will be revising Number recognition (1-5).

Session delivery date:
St. Clare Pembroke Primary C – Wednesday 9th  February 2011

Click here to download the Session 2 Lesson Note Kinder 2 Topic: Number Recognition (1-5).

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Session 1 – Shapes

Session 1 Shapes

The first session’s main objective is to present the children with the new floor robot, the Bee-Bot.  The children are given the opportunity to handle the Bee-Bot discovering what the different buttons on the robot are used for and using basic programming to move the Bee-Bot to a desired spot.  The use of the Bee-Bot has been integrated in a session whereby the students will be revising the concept of flat shapes (circle, triangle, rectangle and square) together with basic colours and sizes of shapes.

Session delivery date:
St. Clare Pembroke Primary C – Wednesday 2nd February 2011
St. Thomas More Zejtun Primary A – Friday 4th February 2011

Click here to download the Session 1 Lesson Note Topic: Shapes.

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