Kindergarten Numbers 1-20 , Animals , Shapes , Colors, Activities ( I Can Swim, I Can Dance). Lesson Plan Example (English)

Topic: numbers 1-20 , animals , shapes , colors, activities ( i can swim, I can dance).

Objectives & Outcomes

  • Students will be able to count up to 20 accurately and fluently.
  • Students will be able to identify and name basic shapes and colors.
  • Students will be able to demonstrate basic motor skills such as running, jumping, dancing, swimming.


  • Whiteboard and markers
  • Construction paper and scissors
  • Magnetic numbers and shapes
  • Colored pencils or markers
  • Pictures or real objects of various shapes, colors, and sizes
  • Song cd or music box
  • Dance moves or dance instructions
  • Swimming pool or pool toys


  • Get the students' attention and have them stand up.
  • Ask the students if they can count to 10.
  • As they count, have them wave their hand in the air.
  • When they reach number 10, have them do a little dance or do a silly action.
  • Continue counting to 20, with the students doing a bigger dance or action each time they reach a new number.
  • Encourage the students to help each other count and stay focused.

Direct Instruction

  • Show the students the cards with the numbers 1-20 on them.
  • Ask the students to point to each number as you say it.
  • Review the actions or dances that the students did when counting to 10.
  • Ask the students to repeat the actions or dances when counting from 1-20.
  • Show the students the cards with the animals, shapes, and colors on them.
  • Ask the students to point to each item as you say it.
  • Encourage the students to name the shapes, colors, and animals as you show them the cards.

Guided Practice

  • Have the students sit in a circle.
  • Give each student a set of flashcards with numbers, animals, shapes, and colors on them.
  • Have the students take turns holding up a flashcard and asking a classmate what it is.
  • Have the classmates reply with the correct answer and encourage their classmate to try again if they get it wrong.

Independent Practice

  • Have the students work in pairs or small groups to create a poster or a display about a topic of their choice.
  • The poster or display should include at least five numbers, five animals, five shapes, and five colors.
  • Encourage the students to be creative and to use their imagination.
  • As they work on their posters or displays, allow the students to ask for help or -guidance from the teacher or a fellow classmate.


  • Review the main points of the lesson with the students.
  • Ask the students to share one thing they learned or one activity they enjoyed during the lesson.


  • Observe the students during the guided and independent practice activities to assess their understanding of the material.
  • Have the students complete a written or oral review of the lesson, including what they learned and which activities they enjoyed.

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