Supports pupils understanding of hobbies and interests.
Encourages pupils to explain their hobbies to the class.
Supports pupils to identify their favourite hobbies and why they are their favourite.
Equipment and Resources
Lesson PPT, paper, pen and colours.
Music, paints and internet connection.
Introduce the session with the lesson objectives.
Explain what a hobby is to the class – something you enjoy doing in your spare time when you aren’t at school. E.g., playing an instrument, painting, collecting things or playing sport etc.
Circle time: Go around the circle and invite pupils to share their favourite hobby with the class.
Show the video about hobbies to the class.
Hobbies song: ask pupils to create a song in small groups about all the hobbies they like to do. Either give them some music or choose a nursery rhyme for them to make it up to.
I like, I dislike activity: Pupils can look at the list and images on slides 3 and 5 of the ppt. Print out the ‘I like and I dislike’ worksheet on slide 3 and ask pupils to write in which hobbies they like or dislike.
Sorting hobbies: print off and cut out around all the hobbies images on slide 5. In pairs pupils must sort the hobbies into different categories.
My favourite hobby: Ask pupils to paint their favourite hobby. Encourage them to make it bright, colourful and fun.
Hotseat - Talk about why hobbies are important. Ask pupils to work in small groups or pairs. They must take it in turns to sit in the hot seat and answer questions about their favourite hobby from other pupils.
Reflection time: Ask pupils to think about 3 things they have learnt today and what they will do differently this week.