P6 have been super busy – here are some of our highlights
Resilience program – Talking things over: making stress balls and stone worry warriors as well as worry dolls.
Multiplication and Division Consolidation
Information Handling: Venn Diagrams
PE: more gymnastics
Social Studies: more Victorians
Literacy: reading and grammar
for supporting us at our SHOWCASE ASSEMBLY!
and Thank you for popping in!
Look at some of our amazing Victorian houses!
We are also please with these Victorian toys – ball and cup, thaumatrope, soldier and sail boat.
Multiplication and division practice (1 and 2 git, with and without remainders)
Enjoying singing and playing music.
Looking for signs of spring and contributing to collaborative mosaic.
We are SUPER PROUD of our inventions and can’t wait to show the winners off at our Showcase assembly on Wednesday, 3rd April.
Enjoying being outdoors and getting ready for ‘WORLD BOOK DAY’
P6 focused on Michael Morpurgo and painted while listening to ‘White horse of Zennor’. We also enjoyed using the ‘Book box’ and took part in a relaxation exercise.
Reward time fun.
This month we proudly present our ART GALLERY winner:
Emre – I want to be able to fly in the sky!
Beda – I’ve got catitude: Driverless Cars are so simple, cats can work them. Cuter Taxi Drivers! Yah!
Ella – you tuber’s dream: More inspiring people! More kids having fun!
Oli- I wish there will be no homeless by 2050!
Naeema – There should already be better medicine for everything!
Rawia – I want to be a vet when I grow up!
Various games and activities about PROBABILITY.
Volleyball practice: serving, volleying and digging.
Table tennis fun in reward time.P6 answering some of their questions about the VICTORIANS.
(I’d like to learn more about…
- law and order etc)
term 2 organiser p6
Please find attached the 2nd term plans for P6.
Please come and see Ms.Brunner anytime if you have any queries or concerns.
P6 are well underway of Term 2.
Industrial Revolution and Victorians
I can interpret historical evidence from a range of periods to help to build a picture of Scotland’s heritage and my sense of chronology.
I can discuss why people and events from a particular time in the past were important, placing them within a historical sequence.
I can compare and contrast a society in the past with my own and contribute to a discussion of the similarities and differences.
I can investigate a Scottish historical theme to discover how past events or the actions of individuals or groups have shaped Scottish society.
P6 enjoyed exploring toys from the past at the Museum of Childhood!
While working and learning with others, I improve my range of skills, demonstrate tactics and achieve identified goals.
Telling the time on digital and analogue clocks – Quarter past and quarter to
Reading, interpreting and creating timetables to help plan time