QCA Unit 6B: Making slippers

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By Wesley Till Senior Lecturer, UCE Birmingham

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Children should learn that slippers are designed for a purpose and are suitable for different genders, age groups, and designed around a specific theme.


Ask the children to each bring a pair of slippers to school. As a whole class, discuss what slippers are used for – and encourage each child to talk about theirs.


www.clarks.co.uk includes general information about the growth of children’s feet.


Children should learn that many different materials can be used in slipper construction – some to stiffen (to provide a hardwearing surface) and for appearance.

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