Lesson Plan: Maternal Vowels 2 How to Create and Apply the Plan

Written by Mariana Santos

ArqBahia team of authors.

Lesson Plan: Maternal Vowels 2


Main objectives:
– Provide the recognition and identification of vowels (A, E, I, O, U) in a playful and interactive way.
– Stimulate the correct pronunciation of vowels through practical activities.
– Awaken children’s interest in learning vowels in a fun way.

Secondary objectives:
– Promote interaction between students, encouraging collaboration and teamwork.
– Develop motor skills through practical cutting and gluing activities.
– Stimulate students’ creativity and artistic expression.


To start the class, we will remember the vowels through songs and educational videos, in a dynamic and engaging way for children. In addition, we will use posters and visual materials to ensure that the vowels are retained in students' memory.


Review of previous knowledge

  • Review previously learned vowels through memory games and association activities.

Presentation of the theory

  • Visually and aurally present the new vowels to be worked on in class.
  • Perform dictation exercises and identify vowels in the surrounding environment.

Practical activities

  • Activity 1: Cutting and pasting the vowels
    • Children will cut and paste pictures of objects that begin with each vowel.
  • Activity 2: Search for vowels
    • Hide cards with vowels around the room and encourage students to find and identify each one.


Learning Check

  • Play a guessing game, where children must identify the vowel referring to objects or animals presented.

Student feedback

  • Allow students to express what they liked most about the class and if they felt difficulties at some point, encouraging communication and participation.


  • Propose to students an activity of coloring drawings of objects related to vowels, to stimulate visual association.


  • Quickly review the vowels learned in class and encourage students to practice at home.
  • Highlight the importance of identifying vowels for the literacy and communication process.
  • Encourage students to continue exploring the world of vowels in their everyday lives.

    In this way, we aim to promote an interactive and fun learning environment, encouraging children's interest in vowels and strengthening their reading and writing skills.

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