Let’s go fly a kite Year 2 Spring 2 Let’s Go Fly A 2...Let’s Go Fly A Kite Rational The kite maker needs help to design and make a new kite for his collection. We need to take a look at the kites already on the market and decide what we like about them. We will learn how to design

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<ul><li><p> Lets Go Fly A Kite </p><p>Rational </p><p> The kite maker needs help to design and make a new kite for his collection. We need to </p><p>take a look at the kites already on the market and decide what we like about them. We </p><p>will learn how to design, make and evaluate our own kite considering the best materials </p><p>to use. So that we can make a kite with parents at home we will write a set of </p><p>instructions for someone else to follow. </p><p> writing narratives about personal experiences and those of others (real and fictional) </p><p> -Based on the narrative Stuck by Oliver Jeffers , the bright red kite by Wendy Hargreaves or animated short story The boy with no kite https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hipx6HJs4XQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJN4XSPzoUE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBVFMGj9DmA </p><p> writing about real events </p><p> writing for different purposes </p><p>Instruction writing </p><p>- How to make a kite write a </p><p>clear set of instructions that </p><p>can be followed by someone </p><p>at home </p><p>Recount of real event </p><p>- Letters to the kite maker </p><p>Evaluate </p><p> What makes a good kite </p><p> Explore and evaluate a range of </p><p>existing kites </p><p>Design </p><p> design functional kites </p><p> generate, develop, model and communicate their ideas through talking, drawing, templates and mock-ups </p><p>Make </p><p> select from and use a range of tools and equipment to perform practical tasks such as cutting, shaping, joining and finishing </p><p> select from and use a wide range of materials and components (linked to science) </p><p> evaluate their ideas and products against design criteria </p><p>Technical knowledge </p><p> build the structure of a kite, exploring how they can be made stronger, stiffer and more stable </p><p>Working Scientifically </p><p> ask simple questions and </p><p>recognise that they can be </p><p>answered in different ways </p><p> observing closely, using simple </p><p>equipment </p><p> performing simple tests </p><p> use their observations and ideas </p><p>to suggest answers to questions </p><p> gather and record data to help in </p><p>answering questions. </p><p> identify and compare the </p><p>suitability of a variety of </p><p>everyday materials, including </p><p>wood, metal, plastic, glass, brick, </p><p>rock, paper and cardboard for </p><p>particular uses </p><p> find out how the shapes of solid </p><p>objects made from some </p><p>materials can be changed by </p><p>squashing, bending, twisting and </p><p>stretching </p><p>English </p><p>Outcome </p><p>Kite flying extravaganza and child led kite making workshop </p><p>Thinking Habits of mind Work well as a group Communicate clearly (Instruction writing and recordings) Think creatively (Designing own games) Thinking hats White (facts) How to play each game. Measuring and comparing distances Yellow/black positive/caution What worked well?/What did not work?/How could games be improved? Green creative think- What new games can we create? How can we solve problems that arise? Thinking maps Flow maps instruction writing, Circle maps what do we know about moving already, Bubble maps descriptive writing </p><p>Creativity </p><p>Creative thinking </p><p>Evaluating, designing and making kites </p><p>Designing own games, evaluating and improving </p><p>Problem solving in ICT to debug games </p><p>Posters to invite parents </p><p>ICT Computational thinking designing games using 2diy and write instructions Digital literacy Presentation of instructions using 2publish+ </p><p>/Microsoft publisher, posters to invite parents </p><p>Maths Measuring- Taught in week 3 (app into DT) choose and use appropriate standard units to estimate and measure length/height in any direction (m/cm); to the nearest appropriate unit, using rulers. </p><p>Science </p><p>DT </p><p>Lets go fly a kite </p><p>Hook A local kite maker needs your help to design a new kite to add to his collection. </p><p>Can you help? </p><p>Year 2 </p><p>Spring 2 </p><p>Home learning Children have designed and made their own basic kites in </p><p>school. At home children will be encouraged to use what they </p><p>have learnt to make their own kites in the theme of recycling to be part of the extravaganza (link to Eco) </p>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hipx6HJs4XQhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hipx6HJs4XQhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJN4XSPzoUEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJN4XSPzoUEhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBVFMGj9DmAhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBVFMGj9DmA</li></ul>

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