“This week in P5/6S we have had a rushed and busy week.” (Tyler)
In Numeracy we were continuing our maths assessment. We also practised our estimating and measuring skills by measuring objects in the classroom. We used metre sticks, rulers and tape measures.
We practised estimating the size of an object by eye and visual measuring with paper. We then demonstrated this by using our gift-wrapping skills. We put our shape knowledge to good use by making decorative Christmas cubes using a shape net.
We used our maths and digital skills to programme bee-bots to make the shapes of numbers and letters.
In RME we made house models of Anne Frank’s secret annexe out of boxes. Amy enjoyed making the mini furniture for these.
In IDL we made ginger Christmas cookies and used our weighing and measuring skills. “We liked making them – it was really fun (and messy)! (Whole class opinion).
In Literacy we wrote the storyline of ‘The Journey’ from a John Lewis advert. We also practised our comprehension skills, learning about Christmas traditions.
Today was our Superstar Assembly so we want to congratulate everyone who received a Superstar certificate today.
It has been a really eventful week with lots happening. We hope you all have a restful weekend.
Using 2D nets of shapes to create Christmas cubes.