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2D & 3D shapes

Pictures of buildings and transport

Paper

Sticky paper

‘Bird’s eye view’ pictures

Rulers

, metre sticks

Resources

Strategic awareness

Meaning making

Why did Brunel choose to use these shapes in his designs?

Which shapes connect together effectively?

Why have some shapes not been used?

Foundation – match shapes to simple line pictures. Use 2D shapes and sticky paper to create own pictures of transport and buildings. Name and label shapes.

Y1 – Draw around “D shapes to create a picture of transport. Name and label shapes. Use 3D shapes to make a model of transport and buildings.

Y2-As above. Identify properties of shape. Give groups bird’s eye view pictures of transport and buildings. Can they identify the 3D shapes? Chn draw their own bird’s eye view of transport and buildings using 2D shapes.

Additional activities:

Measuring the length of bridges made in DT and measuring the distance the bridge spans. Compare lengths and distances. Measuring the distance between two places linked to Brunel’s railway network.

3D problem solving eg ‘How many cuboids do you need to build a model train ?

Look at a range of pictures of Brunel’s designs and identify 2D and 3D shapes.

Strategic awareness

Curiosity

What shapes can you see in Brunels bridges, train stations and SS Great Britain?

Plenary /

Assessment

Elli Based

Activity

Whole class teaching

ELLI Focus

Focus Question

ELLI

Curiosity

Meaning Making

Changing

Resilience

Strategic Awareness

Creativity

Learning Relationships

SUBJECT: Maths

ELLI

Curiosity

Meaning Making

Changing

Resilience

Strategic Awareness

Creativity

Learning Relationships

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