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KS1 transport topic - the history of bikes, bicycles and cars KS2

The Montgolfier hot air balloon, flying machines and planes

KS1  How does my bike work? Different bikes and their uses.

Finding out about bikes, how they work, bikes in sport and how bicycles are used in other places around the world KS1

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 How does my bike work? - PowerPoints


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There are two PowerPoints and a selection of pictures to print

1. PowerPoint One — How does my bike work? - 23 slides - Looking at the different parts of a bike (frame, wheels, rim, spokes, tyre, inner tube, pedals, chain wheel, chain, brakes, brake pads, sprockets) How forces (including push, pull, friction) are used to make a bike move forward or stop.


2. PowerPoint Two — Different Kinds of Bikes – 28 slides - Unicycles, tandems, tricycles, bikes used in sports, Tour de France, Olympic Cycling, Paralympic Cycling, cargo bikes in China and India, cycling on cycle paths in Holland and cycle lanes in London.


3. How does my bike work? -Children’s word mat.


4. Selection of 30  pictures to print off for discussion or display.


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KS1  the history of bicycles


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The history of bicycles -  PowerPoints


Photographs on these PowerPoints were taken at the Coventry Transport Museum (well worth a visit) and the Hull Museum of Transport - KS1




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There are four PowerPoints and a bicycle timeline to print


1. PowerPoint One — Who invented the first bicycle? - 16 slides - Baron Karl von Drais and the running machine (laufmaschine)  

How did it work? What was it made of?


2. PowerPoint Two - Running machines, fast feet and shaking bones

21 slides - Velocipede, hobby horse, dandy horse, the first riding school, Kirk Patrick Macmillan, invention of pedals, boneshaker, riding outfits, a timeline.


3. PowerPoint Three - Strange Contraptions -  James Starley - 23 slides - James Starley, penny farthing bicycles, timeline


4. PowerPoint Four - Safety First - 34 slides - John Kemp Starley and the safety bike,  John Boyd Dunlop and the invention of pneumatic tyres, the argument against women riders.


5. A timeline to match those on the PowerPoints.


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KS1  bicycles then and now

The history of bicycles

Running machine - Baron von Drais

Velocipede, hobby horse, dandy horse

Kirkpatrick Macmillan - pedals

Pierre and Earnest Michaux

Boneshaker, penny farthing

James Starley,

John Kemp Starley - safety bike

John Boyd Dunlop - tyres

KS1  the history of bicycles - bicycles then and now


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The history of bicycles picture pack -  PowerPoint


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1. PowerPoint One — The History of Bicycles - 12 slides - a brief introduction/overview covering the development of the bicycle.


2. History of bicycles time line - cut and stick activity


3. Set of 27 A4  posters (pictures/photographs) in PDF form for display or discussion.


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Finding out about different kinds of transport in the past including bicycles, cars, hot air balloons, gliders, flying machines and the first aeroplanes

KS1  Victorian Transport Lower KS2

How we travelled in Victorian times - see also Victorian schooldays Click Here


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Victorian Transport - PowerPoints


Photographs were taken at the Coventry Transport Museum

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There are four PowerPoints


1. PowerPoint One — How did people travel in Victorian times?

 17 slides - a brief introduction to Queen Victoria and what we know as ‘Victorian Times’. Paintings from Victorian times that show street scenes and transport to encourage discussion.


2. PowerPoint Two — Horses and Carriages - 27 slides - Most people walked because they were too poor to afford to travel any other way. The better off travelled by stage coach. Mail Coach, and various types of carriages.


3. PowerPoint Three — The Railways - 32 slides - The coming of the railways and their importance. How the railways changed people’s lives in Victorian times.


4. PowerPoint Four — Pennies, farthings and horseless carriages

30 slides - the popularity of bicycles including the penny farthing and the safety bicycle, the first cars., the red flag act, Karl Benz, Daimler, the first British built car.


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These PowerPoints include information about: travelling by stage coach, the Royal Mail Coach, carriages, omnibuses, trams, Coaching Inns and Railways  

Queen Victoria’s Royal Train.

The coming of the motor car.

Travel in Victorian Times

KS1 and lower KS2

What changed during Queen Victoria’s reign?

How did the railways change people’s lives in Victorian times?

KS1  the history of cars KS2


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The history of cars  - PowerPoints


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There are four PowerPoints


1. PowerPoint One — The London to Brighton Run  -  25 slides - the first London to Brighton Run,  the red flag act,  what kind of cars were on the road then? The history of cars up to the 1960s mini.


2. PowerPoint Two — The story of Henry Ford - 25 slides - What do Ford cars look like now and what did they look like in the past? Who made the first Ford car? The Ford production line and Tin Lizzie.


3. PowerPoint Three — The first motor show - the story of Sir Alec Issigonis - 21 slides - the 1903 and 1948 motor shows, Morris Minor, Alec Issigonis, minis then and now,


4. PowerPoint Four — Cars and motorways - 16 slides - the first motorway, what kind of traffic drove on the motorway in 1958?


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What were cars like 100 years ago?

What did the first car look like?

What cars were seen the first motor show? How have they changed?

When was the first motorway build and what were cars like in those days?


Henry Ford and the first Ford Cars

Henry Ford’s Quadricycle

The Ford production line

Alex Issigonis

the Morris Minor and the Mini

KS1  Flying High - the first attempts to fly KS2

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KS1  Flying High  - PowerPoints

Stories of the early attempts to fly




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1. PowerPoint One — If I could Fly  -  18 slides - The story of Daedalus and Icarus illustrated using paintings and art work from the past. The tale of Eilmer of Malmesbury a monk who strapped on home made wings and launched himslf from a tower of Malmesbury Abbey. If I could fly like Icarus - poem.


2. PowerPoint Two — Up and Away - 29 slides - Leonardo da Vinci’s ideas about flight, Sir George Cayley - the first gliders and Otto Lilienthal - monoplane and bi-plane gliders.


3. PowerPoint Three — Flying High - 21 slides - the story of the Montgolfier Brothers and the first hot air balloon,  Jacques Charles and the first hydrogen balloon, Jean-Pierre Blanchard - first flight across the English Channel in a hydrogen balloon.


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KS1  Flying Machines - the first planes to fly KS2

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KS1  Flying Machines  - PowerPoints

The first aeroplanes and the people who flew them




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There are four PowerPoints


1. PowerPoint One — What were the first planes like?  - 8 slides Looking at plane travel today and asking what were planes like in the past.


2. PowerPoint Two — Orville and Wilbur Wright - 21 slides - Explores their early life and how they became interested in solving the problem of flight. Their first flight in 1903 in their Wright Flyer.


3. PowerPoint Three — Record Breakers - 26 slides - In 1906 the Daily Mail offered a £1,000 prize for the first aviator to cross the English Channel in an aeroplane. Hubert Latham and Louis Bleriot competed against one another to win the prize. This PowerPoint tells their story.


4. PowerPoint Four — Famous Women Aviators - 27 slides - Harriet Quimby and Amy Johnson.


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Those magnificent men in their flying machines ………..

Orville and Wilbur Wright

Hubert Latham

Louis Bleriot

Harriet Quimby

Amy Johnson

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The history of flight

KS1 and lower KS2

Discoveries and Inventions

Learning Objectives:

To learn about famous  past events and people - history

To appreciate man’s desire to fly has a long history

Key questions:

Who developed the first aeroplane?

What were early aeroplanes like and how did they fly?

Who were the Wright brothers?

Who was Amy Johnson?

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Eyes on the Sky Click Here

Let’s go fly a kite Click Here

Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines Click Here

See Also  Section on Space Flight Click Here

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Moving Things - pushes and pulls Click Here

Forces and Movement Click Here

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