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					Mid-Term Plan Strand: Textiles Title: Finger/Hand/Glove Puppet Theme:

KS1 Living Things

Learning Objectives:
 Propose more than one idea for the same product.  Discuss their work as it progresses.  Use the correct names for materials and tools used.  Use a ruler to mark out straight lines, use a template to mark out curved lines.  Cut and join fabrics by using glue, staples, buttons, bondaweb etc.  Decorate fabric by painting, printing, applying beads and sequins etc.  Use paper patterns.  Cut against lines, straight and curved.  Decorate fabric by painting, printing, applying beads and sequins.  Talk about their designs as they develop and identify good and bad points.

Common Requirements:
Communication skills

Possible Activities:
INVESTIGATE, DISASSEMBLE, EVALUATE, ACTIVITIES: Provide a variety of hand/finger/glove puppets made from a range of materials for children to examine. Discuss how the puppet has been put together, how well it has been made, ease of use etc. Draw a puppet labelling the different parts. FOCUSED PRACTICAL TASKS: Provide opportunities for children to practice basic joining techniques e.g. gluing, using bodkins, stapler, paper clips. Demonstrate how to use a template to cut out two identical pieces of material. Provide opportunities for developing cutting skills. Design: Design and discuss how features can bring a character to life e.g. happy, sad, jealous, fierce, funny, scary.

Resources:
A collection of puppets. A collection of sheet materials e.g. paper, card, felt, vivelle (non-fraying) etc. Fabric scissors, glue, staplers, felt-tips, sequins, bodkins, threads, buttons, beads, baubles etc.

Creative skills

Vocabulary: Puppets Mock-up Features Template

Communication skills

Decide on technique used for making puppet. Record Decide and record features chosen for their puppet. Record Health and Safety: Make: Make a paper mock-up. Use paper mock-up as template for making puppet. Using appropriate materials, joining techniques and finishing techniques. Teachers need to consider the materials, tools and equipment being used. TAKE CARE WITH BODKINS. Evaluate: Evaluate how well they have made their puppets paying attention to joining and finishing techniques. Write a script for puppets. Perform using made puppets to an audience. How well do they perform?

Communication skills

Record and discuss completed puppets.

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Mid-Term Plan Strand: Textiles Title: Pencil Case/Purse Theme: Living Things

KS2a

Learning Objectives:
 Propose realistic suggestions as to how they can achieve their design ideas.  Make decisions about what will make a successful product.  Recognise basic properties-water resistance, texture, and strength.  Work from plans and sequences of drawings.  Make a „mock-up‟ of the final piece from newspaper or cheaper material.  Recognise the faces of fabrics and the need for seams.  Select the most effective method of gluing when joining the same or different materials.  Measure, mark out and cut accurately.  Apply decorative finishes.  Discuss how closely their finished product meets their design criteria including how well it meets the needs of the intended user.

Common Requirements:
Communication skills

Possible Activities:
INVESTIGATE, DISASSEMBLE, EVALUATE, ACTIVITIES: Provide and opportunity for children to examine different kinds of fabric bags. e.g. pencil cases, purses, fabric handbags etc. Recognise the different parts of a bag - handles, seams, side, back, front, pocket, type of fastenings - zips, hook and eye etc. Record in design books. FOCUSED PRACTICAL TASKS: Tasks to develop joining techniques using running stitch, blanket stitch, over stitch etc. Test strength of different seams recording in design book. Make mock-up of handles using various materials. Test for strength and suitability. Design: Design a mock-up for a pencil case/purse noting simple measurements. Record in design book. Make a mock-up of pencil case/purse noting the sequence of the making process and amount of material required. Make: Make pencil case/purse using the techniques and materials experimented on.

Resources:
A variety of pencil cases/purses made from fabric. Needles Thread Pins Various non-fraying materials

Problem solving skills

Vocabulary: Seam Joining Fastenings Handles Strength

Communication skills

Health and Safety: Teachers need to consider the materials, tools and equipment being used. TAKE CARE WITH PINS AND NEEDLES.

Communication skills Decorate using different fabrics or colouring techniques. Evaluate: Encourage evaluation by testing pencil case/purse in use. Discussing strengths and weaknesses of both appearance and function. Encourage them to suggest improvements. Agree goals for the next textile activity.

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Mid-Term Plan Strand: Textiles Title: Kit bag Theme: Living Things

KS2b

Learning Objectives:
 Make a statement detailing the task at hand.  Use knowledge of materials to inform thinking about their designs.  Measure out and make templates.  Use backstitch, running stitch and tacking.  Hem and reinforce edges and seams.  Combine fabrics to create more useful properties (e.g. interfacing to stiffen).  Select glues to join different materials.  Make a bag with a drawstring.  Decorate surface to suit individual interests of the pupil.

Common Requirements:
Communication skills

Possible Activities:
INVESTIGATE, DISASSEMBLE, EVALUATE, ACTIVITIES: Provide an opportunity for children to examine a collection of fabric containers/purses/larger bags. Focus the attention on seams and fastenings. Discuss the fabrics used and the need for a hardwearing fabric. Ask questions such as “which bag is most suitable for a young child/teenager/adult?” “How big does the bag need to be to contain a PE kit?” Draw and label.

Resources:
Collection of fabric. Various fabric bags. Threads, needles, pins. Sheet materials/fabrics. Fasteners - a variety. Variety of materials for decorating.

Problem solving skills

Creative skills

FOCUSED PRACTICAL TASKS: Use running stitch, back stitch to sew two pieces of fabric together, test for strength. Practice stiffening the fabric using vileene or thin card. Try out methods of securing different fastenings and suitability.

Mathematical skills
Design: Decide on shape, fabric and joining technique, record and make a paper mock-up. Record sequence of process of making the kit bag - noting materials used, fastenings, simple measurements and techniques. Make: Make a PR kit bag using techniques practised above, avoid fabric wastage and remind children about seam allowance. Decorate appropriately. Experiment with graphics CD Rom. Evaluate: Encourage the children to evaluate by testing in use. Discussing strength and weakness of both appearance and function. Encourage them to discuss improvements. Record results. Discuss with individuals what they have learned from the project and agree on goals for the next textile project.

Vocabulary: Seam allowance Needles, thread, pins, drawstring.

IT skills

Creative skills

Health and Safety: Teachers need to consider the materials, tools and equipment being used. TAKE CARE WITH PINS AND NEEDLES AND SEWING MACHINE

Communication skills

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