By observing and researching features of our solar system, I can use simple models to communicate my understanding of size, scale, time and relative motion within it.
Please find attached the outline for P6’s first term!
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Ms. Brunner.
Please find attached plans for Term I in P6!
Please feel free to contact Ms.Brunner anytime if you have any concerns or questions.
P.s. we hope you can join us for a writing session on
in P6 next Wednesday, 26th September at 2pm
In September we enjoyed outdoor learning
During maths week we collected natural
Resources and made 2d shapes
I found stones and made rectangles
I made some semi circles
This month we have been focusing on science, space and Neil Armstrong. We have finding out about the astronaut’s life and created a timeline. Also we learned about the solar system and that Pluto is a dwarf planet. By Naeema
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In September we went to Dunbar’s Close and made 2D shapes with
Sticks, leaves, rocks and berries. At the end we all picked 5 things
and made a shape altogether. The day before that we went to
Arthur’s seat and took photos of things we thought were 3D shapes.
In our playground we read little poems telling us how many
corners, edges and faces 3D objects had – with that information we told our partners
the shape and started looking for them.
practising spelling on playground
expressing emotions through music RUGBY
junk modelling with 3d objects
We really enjoyed Outdoor learning during maths week in P6!
We went on a 3D Shape Hunt along the Royal Mile and Arthur’s seat –
Using clickers on our playground to establish most and least 3D objects –
Solving 3D properties riddles and (hiding) and seeking objects on The Two Towers –
Creating 2D shapes out of natural resources at Dunbars Close Garden –