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 Standard Two

 

STANDARD TWO

UNIT 1.0: HUMAN BODY

TOPICS 1.1:
i) Senses
ii) Sense organs

1.2 Specific Objective

By the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
a) name the sense organs
b) identify things using the sense organs.

1.3 Content

1.3.1 Sense of:

smell
taste
touch
sight
hearing

1.3.2 Use of sense organs

UNIT 2.0: HEALTH EDUCATION

TOPIC 2.1: Hygiene

2.2 Specific Objectives

By the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:

a) clean their personal items
b) clean the classroom and compound and dispose refuse properly
c) use latrines and toilets properly.

2.3 Content

2.3.1 Personal items and their uses

handkerchief
socks
toothbrush
comb
hair brush

2.3.2 Cleaning the classroom, the compound and disposing refuse properly
2.3.3 Proper use of latrines and toilets

UNIT 3.0: PLANTS

TOPICS 3.1:

i) Germination of seeds
ii) Care of plants
iii) Different types of leaves

3.2 Specific Objectives

By the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
a) plant seeds
b) observe germinating seeds
c) care for plants in the locality
d) identify different types of leaves.

3.3 Content

3.3.1 Planting seeds
3.3.2 Caring for plants

weeding (uprooting weeds)
watering

3.3.3 Different types of leaves (colour, size, shape, texture)
Hint: Conditions and stages of germination not required.

UNIT 4.0: WEATHER

TOPICS 4.1:

i) Weather symbols
ii) Effects of weather changes on dressing

4.2 Specific Objectives

By the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:

a) draw simple weather symbols
b) State effects of weather changes on dressing.

4.3 Content
4.3.1 Weather symbols for:

sunny
windy
calm
cloudy
rainy

4.3.2 Effects of weather changes on dressing - when cold, hot or rainy

UNIT 5.0:

ANIMALS UNIT 8.0: FOODS

TOPICS 5.1:
i) Animals kept at home
ii) Wild animals.
iii) Useful animals
iv) Harmful animals

5.2 Specific Objectives

By the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
a) identify animals kept at home
b) identify wild animals
c) identify useful animals
d) identify harmful animals.

5.3 Content

5.3.1 Animals kept at home such as cattle, goat, sheep, pig, poultry, fish, camel, donkey, cat, dog and horse
5.3.2 Wild animals such as lion, ostrich, crocodile, fish, giraffe, snake, eagle and hare

5.3.3 Useful animals such as cattle, goat, poultry, cat, fish, dog and donkey
5.3.4 Harmful animals such as snake, mosquito, rat, termite, tick and flea

UNIT 6.0: WATER

TOPIC 6.1: Separating things from water

6.2 Specific Objective

By the end of this topic, the learner should be able to separate things from muddy water using a clean piece of cloth.

6.3 Content

6.3.1 Separating things from muddy water using a clean piece of cloth.

UNIT 7.0: SOIL

TOPIC 7.1: Modelling with soil

7.2 Specific Objective.

By the end of this topic, the learner should be able to

model familiar items using soil..

7.3 Content

7.31 Modelling familiar items such as animals, toys, cups, letters.

TOPIC: 8.1: Handling food

8.2 Specific Objective

By the end of this topic, the learner should be able to handle food hygienically.

8.3 Content
8.3.1 Handling food

cleaning of hands
cleaning food (raw food)
cleaning utensils

UNIT 9.0: ENERGY

TOPICS 9.1:

i) Light
ii) Sound

9.2 Specific Objectives

By the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:

a) make shadows using various objects
b) producing sound by plucking;
c) produce sound by hitting an objects.

9.3 Content

9.3.1 Making shadows
9.3.2 Producing sound by plucking
9.3.3 Producing sound by hitting object

UNIT 10.0: PROPERTIES OF MATTER

TOPICS 10.1: Presence of air

10.2 Specific Objectives

By the end of this topic, the learner should be able to demonstrate the presence of air

10.3 Content

10.3.1 presence of air
         air in containers

i) Effects of moving air
ii) Uses of moving air
iii) Making and flying kites

a) observe and identify effects of moving air
b) state uses of moving air
c) make and fly kites.

10.3.2 Effects of moving air

blowing soil away
blowing roofs
felling trees'

10.3.3 Uses of moving air

winnowing
sailing boats and canoes
windmill

10.3.4 Making and flying kites

i) Wheels.
ii) Rollers

11.2 Specific Objectives

By the end of this topic, the learner should be able to:
a) make and use wheels of different shapes
b) use rollers.

11:3 Content

11.3.1 Making wheels of different shapes
11.3.2 Identifying the best shape for wheels
11.3.3 Rollers

pencils
maize stalks
maize cobs
round sticks