Visit to Sudbury Museum of Childhood
* Design a frame to put your family portrait in. *Making a memory box
Parents Join in
*Invite grandparents in and have a question and answer session Parents to come in to talk about toys from the past and to make???
*Recount of visit.
*Instructions – how to make a
*List of items for a Teddy Bears
*Non-fiction writing – What can
a baby do?
*Letter – asking grandparents
what their favourite toy was.
*Description of your favourite
*Diary entry of your favourite
*Compare interests now and when I was a baby.
*Timeline of human growth (baby to elderly)
*Explain how teddy bears have changed (old and new bears) *Compare new and old toys. How have they changed?
*Walk around Heanor and complete a worksheet of identifying buildings from the past.
*Locate on map where I was
born and friends in the class on
a local map.
*Locate on a map where we
have been on holiday
*Describe places where people
live and work and how they are
different (key human features,
including: city, town, village,
factory, farm, house, office,
port, harbour and shop)
*Walk around Heanor and
identify buildings from the past.
*Sketch a picture of a celebration (party, wedding, christening)
*Collage a memory box using Piet Mondrian style art work
* Learn about artist Leonardo da Vinci using line, shape & form and create a self portrait Wang Yni (1975) Chinese artist began painting at age of 2 ½
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