- LO: Describe past events in our lives. Can they tell me about things that happened when they were little?
- LO: Compare our life events to others. Can they explain how life was different when their parents were little?
- LO: Recognise the difference between old and new. Do they know that some objects belonged to the past? Can they use words and phrases like: old, new and a long time ago? (VCOP)
- LO: Know what an artefact is. Do they understand what an artefact is?
- LO: Use an artefact to answer questions.
- LO: Identify old and new clothes.
- Can they answer questions using a artefact/ photograph provided?
- Can they identify objects from the past, such as vinyl records? Can they spot old and new things in a picture?
- LO: Identify main differences between old and new objects. Can they begin to identify the main differences between old and new objects?
- LO: Explain why an object was used in the past. Can they give a plausible explanation about what an object was used for in the past?
- Know what an artefact is.
- LO: Do they understand what an artefact is?
- LO: understand where a toy was created or invented.
- Use an artefact to answer questions.
- LO: Can they answer questions using a artefact/ photograph provided?
- Develop an understanding of chronology
- (Can they put up to three objects in chronological order from recent history?)
- LO: identify and sort old and new toys. LO: describe what toys might look like in the future?
- Show pictures of famous people including members of the Royal Family. Children to look through and name them.
- Can they sort them? How did they sort them? Challenge to sort into Royal family and not.
- Show pictures/paintings of royalty. What do they have in common? crown, ring orb, throne etc.
- Know we have a Royal family in the UK. Understand Elizabeth in 2nd because there have been 2 Elizabeth. Draw the queen and label how we know it’s the queen.
- Look at significant British monarchs and compare e.g. Elizabeth and Victorian.
- Choose 3-5 and order them on timeline.
- Learn about the queen’s coronation.
- Design a crown for the queen
- Learn about the royal family tree and how the next king or queen is chosen.
- Read Queen’s knickers and discuss what is fact and fiction.
- Show pictures from first moon landing. In groups children to discuss what they think they see.
- Discuss and share ideas.
- Give children 3-5 pictures of space history timeline for children to order and explain reasons. Order correctly as a class.
- Research Neil Armstrong.
- Watch people’s interviews of watching moon landing. Interview someone in school who watched it? How reliable is their account? Did they write it down? Do people’s versions vary?
- Be news reporters interviewing Neil Armstrong and people watching on tv.
- Mae Jamison: A kids Book about reaching your dreams
- Research Mae Jamison
- Write questions they would like to ask her
- Write a fact file for Mae Jamison (retell parts of story or more creative activity)
- Discuss their dreams and ambitions, and how they can be inspired by Mae Jemison to achieve these.