Lower Key Stage Two Design and Technology Activities
Design and technology (D&T) resources are crucial to the English national curriculum, particularly in primary education. The curriculum is designed to aid students in developing essential skills, knowledge, and greater understanding through a framework of ideas. It is continuously evolving to reflect changes in the environment, equipment, and resource structures that are available to school teachers and parents.
One of the primary objectives of the national curriculum is to provide primary school-aged students with skills that will be useful to them in their future lives. These skills include problem-solving, critical thinking, communication, and collaboration. To achieve this objective, the national curriculum offers a wide range of subjects and topics, such as science, mathematics, English, history, geography, and many more.
Hands-on education plays a critical role in creating D&T resources. It involves providing students with practical, hands-on experience in designing and creating things. This approach helps to foster creativity and innovation, and it provides students with opportunities to develop their problem-solving, critical thinking, and communication skills. By incorporating hands-on education into D&T resources, teachers and parents can help students to develop the skills they need to succeed in their future lives.