Moving pictures and toys
(link to history topic of Toys)
Homes, create plans and improve strength of model. Learn how to make a window and a door that opens
Where does food come from? (animals) Make a range of animal product sandwiches. Make the ultimate sandwich – plan and draw it.
Developing, planning and communicating ideas.
• Draw on their own experience to help generate ideas.
• Suggest ideas and explain what they are going to do.
• Identify a target group for what they intend to design and make.
• Model their ideas in card and paper.
• Develop their design ideas applying findings from their earlier research.
Working with tools, equipment, materials and components to make quality products (including food)
• Make their design using appropriate techniques.
• With help measure, mark out, cut and shape a range of materials.
• Use tools eg scissors and a hole punch safely.
• Assemble, join and combine materials and components together using a variety of temporary methods e.g. glues or masking tape.
• Select and use appropriate fruit and vegetables, processes and tools.
• Use basic food handling, hygienic practices and personal hygiene.
• Use simple finishing techniques to improve the appearance of their product.
Evaluating processes and products
• Evaluate their product by discussing how well it works in relation to the purpose.
• Evaluate their products as they are developed, identifying strengths and possible changes they might make.
• Evaluate their product by asking questions about what they have made and how they have gone about it.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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