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Lesson Two – Toy Survey

This computing teaching pack for Key Stage One gets the children to collect and present information about favourite toys in the school by conducting a survey. The children can organise the collected information about toys using a pictogram template to indicate different categories.

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to collect and present information about favourite toys in the school by conducting a survey

Learning Objectives

Use technology to create and organise information. Interpret and construct simple pictograms.

Learning Outcomes

I can use a computer to organise and present information on a specific topic. I can collect data using a survey.

Toy Survey

Teaching sequence to help the children collect and present information about favourite toys in the school by conducting a survey

Favourite Colours

Display poster for whole class discussion to help the children identify and explain how to present information using a pictogram

Toys Pictogram

Template to help the children collect and record a set of data about the favourite toys of another class in the school

Toy Survey

Interactive activity to help the children collect and present information about favourite toys in the school by conducting a survey

Download this teaching pack including a lesson plan, classroom activities and an interactive presentation to teach the children to collect and present information about favourite toys in the school by conducting a survey

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