Assessment tittle:


Age of Children:

0-3 years




4th August, 2022

Lesson Duration


Group Size

   Small              if small, how many___5 children_________





Routine Task ______________________________

Other ____________________________________

Lesson Objectives

Promote imagination by allowing children to follow their own ideas to discover and share blocks with others

Encourage self-expression by enabling children to share ideas during play and apply communication forms suitable for even the bilingual and non-verbal groups

Develop problem-solving and reasoning skills as they find out block patterns that work and those that do not


Children’s interests/prior Knowledge

Creativity, imagination, and desire to explore are required for the success of this lesson. Learners should also be capable of listening to and understanding instructions from their educators.


Blocks of varying shapes, colours, and sizes


Description of Experience/Procedure

Educator presents the the different blocks to the children and starts a discussion on the sizes, shapes and colours. The teacher then allows children to try making different items using the various blocks and observes the children’s creativity.





Educator moves from one group to another to ask children to identify the colours, shapes, and sizes of the blocks on their tables to determine their level of understanding.





The teacher allows children to ask questions questions based on their experiences. All the questions are answered and illustrations offered, where necessary.

Pedagogical Practices (Teaching Strategies)  

Educator’s role

Avails the resources, offers guidelines, supervises the children’s work, and answers questions while focusing on the objectives of this lesson


Open-ended Questions

How should the lesson’s activities be organised to meet the set objectives?

What aspects could be checked to determine if the children understand the intended objectives?



Evaluation of Experience


Assessment/documentation for children’s learning:

Observation of children’s participation and asking of questions to find out how much the childre understood.



Achievement's narration:

Children should:

Correctly identify the blocks colours

Name the shapes

Be able to construct an object

Describe what they have constructed



Linking to EYLF Outcome/s


Tick one relevant outcome and provide rationale

LO1: Children have a strong sense of identity

LO2: Children are connected with and contribute to their world

LO3: Children have a strong sense of wellbeing

LO4: Children are confident and involved learners

LO5: Children are effective communicators


Identification skills enable children to describe the different block colours, shapes, pattern, and sizes

Future Planning

Include play dough and paints in block building activity so children make stronger objects and apply desired paint colours