Phew! Another busy week here in P4Y with lots of wonderful learning happening.
In maths, we have been exploring the different angle types. We created our own right angle testers and used these to indentify shapes that had right angles within them. We then used this knowledge to compare angle sizes and were able to discuss the differences between acute and obtuse angles.
In literacy, we created a senses word-bank to take notes on what we might hear, see, touch and smell during a walk through a rainforest. We used our visualisation skills to help us imagine what the experience might be like and then wrote a descriptive paragraph using nouns, verbs and adjectives to create detailed and interesting texts!
As part of our new IDL topic on the environment, we explored the 17 sustainable development goals, set by the United Nations. We worked in pairs to discuss what we thought each goal was intended to achieve and came up with some ideas on ways we could achieve the goal.
We hope that you all have a lovely weekend and we are excited about another new week of learning to come!
Miss Young and P4Y.