The teacher and students will be participating in a game of charades transportation edition. In this game the teacher will pretend to be different types of transport for the different types of transportations while the students try to figure out what kind of transport it is and what type of transportation it belongs to. After the game of transportation charades the teacher will lead a discussion session discussing the activity they just did.
The teacher will then ask the students what the topic is just to see if they are following. The teacher will clear up any incorrect topics and state the correct one. The students will be given a video on types of transportation to watch.
The students will be given an activity to identify two examples of each type of transportation.
the teacher will hand out different toys to the students and let them explain the importance of each. For example, the teacher will fill up a truck with stones and have the students explain why trucks are important and to tell what they are used for. The teacher will put different pictures of transportation under the student’s tables and they will pick out which ones are land transportations. The teacher will also show the students a picture of a train and have them tell what it can be used for. Finally, plain paper, pencils and crayons will be given to the students so that they can draw, colour and write the names of their five transportations, whether from air, land or water or something from all three.