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Using card for joins

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Author: Alan Rodgers, TRE Moderator (19 Oct 09)

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At a Glance
SubjectDesign and TechnologyDesign and Technology
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Age RangeReceptionReception
 Year 1Year 1
 FoundationFoundation
 Key Stage 1Key Stage 1
 PrimaryPrimary
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TimescaleLessonLesson
 ProjectProject
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ScopeIndividual teacherIndividual teacher
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Resource TypeClass TeachingClass Teaching
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Development StageDeveloping IdeaDeveloping Idea
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DescriptionThis resource describes how to join a circle of wood or card to either a dowel or a 1x1cm baton of wood.

It has been developed to assist with a project for Early Years children on Windy Weather. As part of this theme they make a Wind Measurer. It is likely that an adult would need to prepare the base for this work, and these instructions are intended for that. (Alternatively older children could help by preparing these bases.)
 
ObjectiveTo be able to join a circle to an item with a small surface area.
 
Prior KnowledgeHow to use a ruler to measure carefully.
 
ExpectationsThat the finished product will be used by young children.
 
HintsThere are many materials that can be used in this project. An economy method is to cut up corrugated card to make both the stick and circle. These can be joined with two 'L' shaped pieces of card.
 
Materials003001 * - Joining a circle to dowel - This is a guide to using card to join a circle to a piece of dowel. It can be used by adults or older children.

003001 * - Joining a piece of wood to a circle - This is a guide to using card to join a circle to a piece of 1x1cm wooden baton. It can be used by adults or older children.

Website Making a Wind measurer - An activity for the under fives related to other windy weather work. Scroll up the page to see the other actvities.

 

Comments

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Dan Bunker, Tre Moderator
(25 Oct 09)
TRE comment Moderator Comment - Clear, easy to follow instructions presented in a very visual style.

The series of photographs and brief instructions used on each sheet make them very suitable for use by adult helpers in the classroom.
 


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003001 * - Joining a circle to dowel (659 kb)
003001 * - Joining a piece of wood to a circle (541 kb)
WebsiteMaking a Wind measurer
 
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