Sow, Grow & Farm
In the Sow, Grow and Farm project, children are taught about the features and characteristics of land use in agricultural regions across the world, including a detailed exploration of significant environmental areas.
❇ MEMORABLE MOMENT
Using a map finding information out about the local area and locating our farms.
️✏️ WRITING OPPORTUNITIES
Throughout this unit of work we will be writing a presentation to showcase our allotment design to the class.
🌳 LEARNING OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM
In this unit of work we will be using the allotments and poly tunnel to plant and grow seasonal fruit and vegetables.
Driver Subject: Learning Intentions
To label a world map with speed. Describe in detail the different types of agricultural land use in the UK.
Re visit map work knowledge. Explain how the topography and soil type affect the location of different agricultural regions.
Topography and contour maps. Use compass points, grid references and scale to interpret maps, including Ordnance Survey maps, with accuracy.
Globle interactive game-locating countries around the world. Name and locate the world’s biomes, climate zones and vegetation belts and explain their common characteristics.
Explain how the climate affects land use.
Globle interactive game. Describe and explain the location, purpose and use of transport networks across the UK and other parts of the world.
🏁 BIG FINISH
Create and answer questions in a Farming Quiz.
📖 FOCUS TEXT(S)
The class will be reading The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett.