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### Lesson 3 - Describe an object

In this lesson, pupils will begin to understand that objects can be described in many different ways. They will identify the properties of objects and begin to understand that properties can be used to group objects; for example, objects can be grouped by colour or size. Finally, pupils will demonstrate their...

### Lesson 2 - Group and count

In this lesson, pupils will begin to think about grouping objects based on what the objects are. They will demonstrate the ability to count a small number of objects before they group them, and will then begin to show that they can count groups of objects with the same property. Pupils will also begin to learn that...

### Lesson 1 - Label and match

In this lesson, pupils will begin to understand that objects have many different labels that can be used to put them into groups. They will name different objects and begin to experiment with placing them into different groups. Pupils will also label a group of objects, and begin to understand that an object can...

### Data and information – Grouping data overview

In this unit, Year 1 will explore the ideas around Data and Information, through grouping data. Teach Computing have provided a detailed Unit Overview and Learning Graph which explain each theme and how they link together across the unit of learning.

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### Everyday materials: squash, bend, twist and stretch

This series of activities aimed at Year 2 explore a range of everyday materials through investigations and explorations. They include: ways to test materials for elasticity and flexibility and find out which paper is the strongest and which fabric is the stretchiest. Children also work in small groups to design and...

### The Human Body Game

This resource, aimed at primary learners, contains three lessons on skeleton and muscles, digestion and circulation. An interactive simulation, 'Inside the Human Body', explores each of the systems demonstrating their structure and function. It also provides interactive games which support the activities.

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### Teach Computing Curriculum Journey

This infographic gives a clear overview and summary of the progression of the Teach Computing ...

### Module 4: Power to the People (overview)

The key ideas contained in this resource involve getting pupils thinking about how we get the power we need to support the wide variety of functions we have come to rely upon. Some of these activities focus upon specific technologies and how they work and others look at how an overall power supply system can be...

### Build a wind turbine

This activity links to aspects of energy production and electricity, giving pupils the opportunity to follow instructions to create their own wind turbines. This activity could be included in a lesson focusing on how wind turbines are one of many methods used to produce a sustainable energy source.

### Underwater Energy (14-16)

This resource looks at the key features, advantages and disadvantages of tidal power as an energy source. Students identify the features of a landscape which will maximise the effectiveness of tidal power, considering the ideal shape of the location, whether the machinery will interfere with other activities,...