The WeDo 2.0 projects are developed with the Australian Curriculum: Science requirements for Year 2 to Year 6 in mind.
These practices represent the requirements of the Curriculum, in that students develop scientific knowledge and conceptual understanding, as well as practical skills. The practices are not to be seen as separate, rather as an interconnected set of expectations for students.
Cross-curricular themes are also important, and teachers are encouraged to explore the connections to other subject areas.
Elements of the Australian Curriculum: Technologies are interwoven throughout the document and are used within the WeDo 2.0 curriculum.
Investigate the effects of balanced and unbalanced forces on the movement of an object.
Investigating what factors can make a car go faster to help predict future motion.
Investigate the characteristics that make a building earthquake resistant, using an earthquake simulator constructed from LEGO® bricks.
This project is about modelling a frog’s metamorphosis using a LEGO® representation and identifying the characteristics of the organism at each stage.
Model a LEGO® representation of the relationship between a pollinator and flower during the reproduction phase.
Design an automatic LEGO® floodgate to control water according to various precipitation patterns.
Design a device to reduce the impacts on humans, animals, and the environment after an area has been damaged by extreme weather.
Design a device that uses the physical properties of objects, including their shape and size, to sort them.
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