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Moving Minibeasts DT

Year 1/2

Lesson 1 of 6

Learning Objective

Resources Slides Background Scenes 1A/1B

To be able to create a sliding mechanism

Minibeast Pictures 1A/1B Strips of different lengths of card Scissors, glue/tape, rulers Challenge Pack A/B/C/D (FSD? activity only)

Teaching Input • Tell the children that today they are going to find out how to make moving pictures using a sliding mechanism. How do you think a sliding mechanism might work? Think, pair, then share your ideas. • On the next slide, show the children a simple picture that uses a sliding mechanism. Encourage children to explain how the snail can be made to move. • Show them the equipment that was used to make the moving picture, and challenge them to explain how it was made. Use the following slides to show step-by-step instructions of how the moving picture was created. • Explain that the slot can be cut anywhere on the background scene. What other moving pictures could we create using the minibeast theme? Think, pair, then share your ideas. • Use the following slide to tell the children that they can also use a sliding mechanism to make pictures appear and disappear. What minibeast do you think is hiding behind this pile of soil? Reveal the answer on the next slide, and ask the children to talk to a partner about how they think this moving picture was made. • As before, show them the equipment that was used to make the moving picture, and challenge them to explain how it was made. Use the following slides to show how the moving picture was created, ensuring that children understand not to stick any tape over the area where the minibeast will appear from/ disappear into, and why.

Main Activity Teacher Note: you may wish to photocopy the Background Scenes and Minibeast Pictures onto card to make them sturdier. Lower ability: Middle ability: Higher ability: As a group and with adult support, children cut along the marked slots on Background Scenes 1A and cut out Minibeast Pictures 1A. They then explore all of the different moving pictures they can make. Teacher note: a strip of card could be stuck to the front of the Background Scenes, secured at either end, instead of cutting a slot.

In pairs, children cut along the marked slots on Background Scenes 1A, and cut out Minibeast Pictures 1B. They then explore all of the different moving pictures they can make, discussing and deciding on the length of the handle they will need to make for each one, and what angle to attach it to the picture.

In pairs, give children Background Scenes 1B and Moving Pictures 1B. They are challenged to make as many different moving pictures as they can. They need to decide on the location and length of their slots in relation to the images they are using in each moving picture. They will also need to decide on the length of the handles needed, and what angle to attach it to the picture.

Fancy something different…? • In mixed ability groups of four, give children Challenge Packs A,B,C and D. Ask them to work together to assemble these pieces to make a minibeast appear or disappear according to the instructions.

Plenary

Assessment Questions • Can children explain how a sliding mechanism works?

What have you learnt about creating moving pictures with sliding mechanisms? • Can children make their own moving pictures using a sliding mechanism? Do you have any hints or tips for someone who is just about to make one? • Can children evaluate the sliding mechanisms they have made, and identify areas where they could be improved? Copyright © PlanBee Resources Ltd 2019

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Moving Minibeasts

Today we will be… learning how to create a sliding mechanism Back

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Today we are going to find out how to make moving pictures using a sliding mechanism. How do you think a sliding mechanism might work? Think, pair, then share your ideas.

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Here is a picture that uses a sliding mechanism.

How have I moved from one position to another in these two pictures?

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Here is the equipment that was used to make this moving picture:

Can you explain how this moving picture was made?

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1. Draw a straight line on the background scene to show where you want the snail to move from and to.

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2. Use scissors to carefully cut along the line you have drawn to create a slot.

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3. Stick the snail onto the top of the strip of card with glue.

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4. Push the strip of card through the slot you cut. Pull the strip down until the snail is sitting on the line.

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5. Pull the strip of card (the handle) to the right to move the snail.

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The slot can be cut anywhere on your background scene.

What other moving pictures could we create with these minibeasts? Think, pair, then share your ideas.

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You can also use a sliding mechanism to make pictures appear and disappear...

What minibeast do you think is hiding behind this pile of soil?

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Did you guess correctly?!

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With a partner, talk about how you think this moving picture was made. www.planbee.com

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Here is the equipment that was used to make this moving picture:

Can you explain how this moving picture was made?

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Make the moving picture following the same instructions for the snail.

Stick the picture of the soil over the worm, securing it in place with tape.

TOP TIP! Don't stick any tape over the area where the minibeast will appear from/disappear into.

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Now it is your turn to explore how to make different sliding mechanisms to make some minibeasts move across the page!

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Plenary: What have you learnt about creating moving pictures with sliding mechanisms?

Do you have any hints or tips for someone who is just about to make one? Think, pair, then share your ideas.

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Moving Minibeasts

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Minibeast Pictures A

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Minibeast Pictures B

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Background Scenes 1A

Can you use a sliding mechanism to create a picture where a snail is crawling towards the bush?

Can you use a sliding mechanism to create a picture where a dragonfly lands on the branch?

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Background Scenes 1A

Can you use a sliding mechanism to create a picture where a butterfly flies away from the flower?

Can you use a sliding mechanism to create a picture where a bee flies towards the hive? Copyright © PlanBee Resources Ltd 2019

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Can you use a sliding mechanism to create a picture where a caterpillar crawls up the tree trunk?

Can you use a sliding mechanism to create a picture where a spider drops down from the web?

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Background Scenes 1A

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Background Scenes 1B

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Background Scenes 1B

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Challenge Pack A

Challenge A: Can you create a moving picture where the ladybird comes out from behind the stone? Think carefully about which parts of the stone you will need to stick down, and which parts should be left unstuck for your ladybird to be able to appear from!

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Challenge Pack B

Challenge B: Can you create a moving picture where the bee flies behind the hive? Think carefully about which parts of the hive you will need to stick down, and which parts should be left unstuck for your bee to be able to fly behind!

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Challenge Pack C

Challenge C: Can you create a moving picture where the beetle comes out from behind the tree stump? Think carefully about which parts of the tree stump you will need to stick down, and which parts should be left unstuck for your beetle to be able to appear from!

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Challenge Pack D

Challenge D: Can you create a moving picture where the dragonfly flies out from behind the flower and up into the sky? Think carefully about which parts of the flower you will need to stick down, and which parts should be left unstuck for your dragonfly to be able to appear from!

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