Central Idea:

Interpretation of artifacts contributes to our understanding of peoples’ histories.

Key Concepts : Perspective, connection, reflection.

Related Concepts : Artifact, history, value.

Lines of Inquiry :

  • Personal artifacts
  • How artifacts contributes to our understanding of the past
  • Personal value of artifacts



  • Realize that people speak different languages
  • Follow classroom instructions and routines
  • Distinguish beginning, middle and ending sounds of words (syllables)
  • Talk about the writing, pictures, and models they have created
  • Read words with double consonants
  • Read words with long vowel sounds
  • Participatein guided reading situations, observing, and applying reading behaviours
  • Listen attentively and respond actively to read aloud situations; make predictions, anticipate possible outcomes
  • Read and understand familiar print from the immediate environment, for example signs, adverstisements, logos, ICT iconography
  • Discriminate letters/characters, numbers and symbols
  • Form letters/characters conventionally and legibly
  • Write words with double consonants
  • Write words with long vowels sounds


  • Sort, describe and compare common 2D shapes
  • Perform addition and subtraction within 20
  • Compose and decomposing numbers from 11 to 20
  • Solve addition and subtraction word problems by using objects or counters to represent the problems

Visual Art

  • Communicate their initial responses to an artwork in visual, oral or physical modes
  • Show curiosty and ask questions about artwork


  • Describe the ideas and feelings communicated through body movement
  • Use stimulus materials to extend the body and enchance body movements, such as streamers, scarves, props, and costumes


  • Be introduced to various kinds of running events e.g. sprint, running relay
  • Handle small equipment using various body parts
  • Explore and develop the ability to solve tasks individually, in pairs or in small groups

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