This is a fun unit for the younger students to explore transportation and the concept of going on a journey.
Students explore the following questions:
What is transport?
Different types of transportation - Land, air and water
Why do we use transport?
Who uses transport and why?
What do we need to take on a journey?
Language skills explore Vocabulary and Onomatopoeia and the sounds that various transport make.
Students make a suitcase to collect their work and resources. Plus they can collect and earn stickers for their suitcase. In addition they can make a camera to record the various types of transport.
1. Transportation posters – Definition, Why do we use transportation?
2. Land, air and water sorting posters – With and without transport.
3. Transport word cards
4. Who travels in what? Picture Matching game
5. Suit case – to make
6. Luggage tag and collectable stickers – colour and black and white
7. Camera to record various transports in the lenses booklet.
8. Journey posters
9. What do you need to take? Picture cards, match to the journey
10. Land, air and water sorting worksheet
11. Which travel is best? Meeting needs matching game
12. Onomatopoeia for transport. The sounds they make matching word cards and writing worksheet.
13. Going to the moon worksheet
14. Transport before cars
15. What would happen if there were no buses?
16. What would happen if there were no planes?
17. We need transport, so that...
18. Trucks can deliver...
19. Why do we use a car?
20. Design a poster – Why we need cars
21. Why do we travel – mind map
22. Exposition – What I would take to the moon and why?
23. Cut and glue transport in the correct area – Land, air and water
24. Wheels or no wheels sort
25. Advantages and Disadvantages of using cars
26. My travel diary
27. Types of transport read and write the room – 2 differentiated recording sheets.
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