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Victorian Light Up House

Overall rating 4 out of 54.7 (3 ratings)

Last updated 11 June 2014, created 16 November 2011, viewed 3,829

A cross curricular / creative curriculum resource planned as part of the topic Victorians which incorporates the following units: DT - Light Up Houses Science - Circuits & Conductors History - Victorians It also supports critical skills. We've had a lot of fun making them! Please let More…me know if you use this resource and how you get on.

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  • Word documentTermly planning
    D&T Planning - Victorian Light Up House.doc (85kb, Word document)
  • Word documentPupil assessment
    Success Criteria lightup house.doc (23kb, Word document)
  • for pupils

  • Word documentWorksheet
    Initial design worksheet part 2.doc (23kb, Word document)
  • Word documentWorksheet
    Initial design worksheet.doc (23kb, Word document)
  • Word documentWorksheet
    Investigating lights worksheet.doc (25kb, Word document)
  • Word documentWorksheet
    Specification worksheet.doc (191kb, Word document)
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Just what I was looking for! Moving into Year 4 next term - and did not want to do torches! I had already decided to link the DT to the Victorians - and set a task about lighting up rooms in a Victorian house - so, to find this with planning and resources all prepared has saved me a huge amount of time. Great to have worksheets and Success Criteria to accompany the detailed planning. Thank you so much!

from Seuss3, 11 June 2014
(report comment) 5 out of 5

A great cross curricular project incorporating DT, Science and History. Pupils will enjoy these activities. Detailed planning with clear success criteria. Useful worksheets.

from heather965, 04 February 2012
(report comment) 4 out of 5

Brilliant project for KS2 could also be used at KS3, might be good to use with cross curricular project could link with a visit to a Victorian house to see how the world has changed.

from erica_c_hanson, 03 January 2012
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