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LO: To produce representations of simple shapes.

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  • Identify where familiar two-dimensional shapes occur or are used in everyday life.

  • Construct recognisable drawn representations of shapes seen or described; for example. given oral directions a child can draw a tall hat with a pointy top

  • Accurately represents two-dimensional shapes; for example. squares, rectangles, circles, triangles, hexagons and rhombuses, using freehand drawing, and drawing tools such as rulers and templates.

  • Construct, copy and combine two-dimensional shapes using a computer drawing package.

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