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Science TASC-To create a dinosaur world with plants Pupils should be taught to Observe and describe how seeds and bulbs grow into mature plants. Find out.

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1 Science TASC-To create a dinosaur world with plants Pupils should be taught to Observe and describe how seeds and bulbs grow into mature plants. Find out and describe how plants need water, light, suitable temperature to grow and stay healthy. Additional information Label different parts of a plant. -To complete a bean diary -What do plants need to grow -Investigate and name different plants -Observe and identify different plants in local area Art TASC- To create own dinosaur as a collage. To use a range of materials creatively to design and make products. To develop a wide range of art and design techniques in using colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space. Additional information To research different dinosaurs To investigate which materials needed for skin, feathers, scales, fur. To be able to join materials in different ways. To make the dinosaur collage. To evaluate the dinosaur collage and improve. Dinosaurs Autumn R.E: The Natural World – New Life To reflect on who they have to thank. To know that festivals are occasions for celebrating key beliefs. To know that it is natural to feel sad when living things die. To understand the concept of new life. To know about the Christian festival of Easter and its significance. PSHE and SEAL  New Beginnings I.C.T. Tasc- Can we move the turtle/dinosaur around Jurrasic Park enter and store information in a variety of forms [for example, storing information in a prepared database, saving work]  how to select from and add to information they have retrieved for particular purposes. How to plan and give instructions to make things happen [for example, programming a floor turtle, placing instructions in the right order] review what they have done to help them develop their ideas  describe the effects of their actions  talk about what they might change in future work. Breadth of Study exploring a variety of ICT tools [for example, floor turtle, word processing software, adventure game] talking about the uses of ICT inside and outside school Literacy Autumn 1 Narrative unit 1. Poetry unit 1-Patterns on a page -Shape poems, repetitive patterns. Repetitive poems linked to dinosaurs. Riddles on a dinosaur (2 weeks) Recount (1 week) Trip to Manchester Museum to be archaeologists. Guided Reading- Stones and Bones comprehension L3. Fiction (1 week) A magic adventure story to dinosaur land e.g. Fizz Kid Liz and ORT land of the dinosaurs Non-Fiction (2 weeks) Information book on dinosaurs. Numeracy -Measure footprints/plants. -Graph of how tall plants grown. -Word problems linking to dinosaurs. -Weather data (data handling) PE – Dance –Dinosaur rumpous book about dinosaurs  Perform dances using simple movement patterns.  to explore space on the spot and travelling in different directions. Forwards/backwards and side ways. Consolidate contrasting movement qualities e.g. strong with light fast with slow e.g. floating, stamping. Additional information To use a dinosaur rumpous book to create a dino dance from the book. P.E. - Gym Master basic movements including running jumping, throwing and catching as well as develop balance, agility and co-ordination and begin to apply these in a range of activities. Additional information To perform the basic actions and apply key safety principles. To perform the basic actions with individuality. P.E. - Games Participate in team games develop simple tactics for defending and attacking. To play safely with a partner using a range of equipment. To make up a travelling game with a partner using a small ball. Geography TASC- To find out about how the weather affected the dinosaurs and how they became extinct. Pupils should be taught to- Identify daily and seasonal weather patterns in the uk and the location of hot and cold areas of the world in relation to the equator and north and south poles. Additional Information To collect weather data for the local area for a week. To investigate how the weather affected the children- what they wore e.g jumper or t-shirt. To locate and name hot and cold areas of the world. To analyse the effect of the weather on the people who live there. To research how the weather made the dinosaurs extinct- only a theory- nobody there.


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