# Star constellations

We’ve been researching star constellations in class in preparation for making posters to share with the class.

Today we have been trying to recreate our constellation using marshmallows and spaghetti. Once we had succeeded in creating that some tried to make their own star constellations too.

I think the favourite part was eating the marshmallows at the end of the lesson!

I have no pictures because I was busy enjoying our maths class today…

We set ourselves some chimney sum addition challenges outside and then finished the session with a group maths relay race, tiring but fun – never doubt that maths can be fun!

We’ve made some huge steps with our chimney sums in the past 2 weeks, well done P4/5!
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# Outdoor learning – maths

Today we took advantage of the beautiful weather and went outside to do a little revision for our maths lesson. The pupils had to work together to use their bodies to answer the maths question. They had to show an understanding of the maths task and work well within their team to get themselves in the correct position to provide the correct answer – sometimes easier said than done…

Firstly we described a 2D shape.
A rectangle –

An equilateral triangle –

A pentagon with only person speaking to position bodies –

A maths sum where the answer was 4 –

A maths sum where the answer is 10 –

A maths sum where the answer is 14 –

The answer is 15 and 102 –

Just for fun we joined together to make a big wind turbine.

We had a lot of fun in our maths lesson today!
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