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This curriculum topic scheme of work for the Foundation Stage gets the children to identify and describe some of the different journeys that can be made by bus, train or plane for a range of purposes. The class can select and make lists of items needed for journeys to specific locations.

Identify and describe some of the different journeys that can be made by bus, train or plane for a range of purposes

Lesson One : Car Garage

Identify, name and describe the functions of different parts of a car vehicle used for a range of journeys

Lesson Two : Car Journeys

Select and record different lists of the preparations needed for a range of journeys

Lesson Three : Bus Travel

Identify and sequence of a set of instructions about how to make a bus journey using times to the hour

Lesson Four : By Train

Describe and compare travelling by train on different journeys with other forms of transport

Lesson Five : By Plane

Select and describe different destinations that could be visited using air travel on an aeroplane

Lesson Six : Journey Planning

Select and plan a family journey to somewhere special using different forms of transport

  • Gingerbread Man

    Gingerbread Man

    Investigate and describe some of the different characters, settings and plot events that feature in a traditional story

  • Story Telling

    Story Telling

    Change and perform parts of a traditional story adding new characters to the narrative events

  • Story Puppets

    Story Puppets

    Re-tell part of a traditional story by using puppets to support dialogue of the characters

  • Supermarket

    Supermarket

    Identify, describe and compare the range of products that can be sold in a supermarket and role-play buying and paying for shopping lists