Products and Applications at Key Stage One: Some Small Tasks for Looking At Hats
One of the trial units from the Nuffield Primary Solutions in Design and Technology. In this unit, children explore when and why hats are worn: as parts of uniforms or for protection, for example.
Children also begin to make annotated drawings, begin to consider procedures for
manufacture and, through talk and simple research, they begin to understand why products
look as they do and that products are made for users who have needs and preferences.
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Resource by: Nuffield Foundation
The resource is part of Nuffield Foundation
- Nuffield Primary Design and Technology
- Working with Products and Applications at Key Stages One and Two
- Products and Applications at Key Stage One: Some Small Tasks for Looking At Hats