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LIGHT by Mind Map: LIGHT

1. Books

1.1. Papa, Please Get the Moon for Me by Eric Carle

1.2. The owl who was afriad of the dark

1.3. Can't you sleep little bear?

1.4. How the sun was made - Dreamtime Story

2. How can we make a shadow?

2.1. How to create a shadow (torch --> shine to wall --> shape/block in the middle)

2.2. Shadow puppet as part of Dramatic play

2.3. Light/Dark contrast

3. What else do we use light for?

3.1. Helps us see things

3.2. So we can read

3.3. Spotlight to dance and sing

3.4. So ships know where to go in the seas

3.5. To grow tress

3.6. Drones performance

4. STEM Activitiies - Learning experiences

4.1. Observe and make stories of plants/animals under the Sun with ScratchJr

4.2. Make prediction - record what happens with ice cubes/ice cream in the Sun with ScratchJr

4.3. Rainbow

4.4. Toilet Paper Roll Craft: PAPER LANTERN

4.5. Starry Cardboard Lampshade - DIY Home Tutorial - Guidecentral

4.6. Build a tall lighthouse with window for light to pass through

4.7. Make sundial

4.8. Sun printing

5. Source of light

5.1. Artificial / Man made

5.1.1. Torch

5.1.2. Candle

5.1.3. Traffic light

5.1.4. Lights bub in our home

5.1.5. Our phones

5.1.6. Lighthouse

5.1.7. Headlights

5.2. Natural

5.2.1. Butterfies

5.2.2. Fire

5.2.3. Bush fire

5.2.4. The moon

5.2.5. The stars

5.2.6. THE SUN

5.2.6.1. BE CAREFUL

5.2.6.1.1. The sun has "rays" (UV rays that burns our skins )

5.2.6.1.2. Too bright to look directly

5.2.6.1.3. Too hot during the summer, makes us sweats and dehyrate

5.2.6.2. the sun in culcute

5.2.6.2.1. Australian Aboriginal Flag

5.2.6.2.2. "How the sun was made" Dreamtime Story

5.2.6.2.3. (Polynesian islands) Moana’s culture uses the Sun and stars for direction

5.2.6.3. The sun helps us to

5.2.6.3.1. Grow trees and plants

5.2.6.3.2. Know direction (North West East South)

5.2.6.3.3. Grow taller

5.2.6.3.4. Keep us warm

5.2.6.3.5. Solar energy

5.2.6.3.6. See things during the day

5.2.6.3.7. Telling time

5.2.6.4. What can you tell me about The sun?

5.2.6.4.1. Hot

5.2.6.4.2. Round

5.2.6.4.3. Bright

5.2.6.4.4. Sky

5.2.6.4.5. Yellow

5.2.6.4.6. Orange

5.2.6.4.7. Sunset

5.2.6.4.8. Sunrise

5.2.6.4.9. Sunshine

6. Day - Night differences

6.1. Without a clock, how can we tell day-night apart?

6.1.1. Night time

6.1.1.1. What can we see at night? (startss, the moon, etc...)

6.1.2. Daytime

6.1.2.1. Daily routine

6.1.2.2. During the day, what can we see/ hear/ feel...?

6.1.2.2.1. At the park

6.1.2.2.2. At the beach

6.1.2.2.3. In our house

7. Link to the curriculum

7.1. Light and sound are produced by a range of sources and can be sensed (ACSSU020)

7.2. Living things live in different places where their needs are met (ACSSU211)

7.3. Pose and respond to questions, and make predictions about familiar objects and events (ACSIS024)

7.4. Observable changes occur in the sky and landscape (ACSSU019)

7.5. People use science in their daily lives, including when caring for their environment and living things (ACSHE022)

7.6. Discuss characters and events in a range of literary texts and share personal responses to these texts, making connections with students' own experiences (ACELT1582)

7.7. Cross-curriculum: Recognising how Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples use changes in the landscape and the sky to answer questions about when to gather certain resources

7.8. Create short imaginative and informative texts that show emerging use of appropriate text structure, sentence-level grammar, word choice, spelling, punctuation and appropriate multimodal elements, for example illustrations and diagrams (ACELY1661)