|P4M have been working really hard this term on their new context Marvellous Mappers.
To launch this context we had a treasure hunt. This gave us our first test of our mapping skills to find objects in the playground then solve a puzzle to discover the new context. We liked this because it was fun finding the objects.
Marvellous Mappers meant we took our learning outside and planned 3 trips: a walking tour of Dunblane, sketching local land use above Dykedale Woods and geocaching /orienteering in the Laigh Hills.
Our walking tour of Dunblane…
We took turns being tour guides giving directions using positional language around all the landmarks of Dunblane.
Our second trip was to sketch land use above Dykedale Woods…
We went there to sketch the land use because we could see for miles from a high point in Dunblane. We loved that when we were sketching we had to put in detail and could see all the different types of land use. The funniest bit was when the cows jumped on each other and unfortunately one cow did the toilet…but it was really funny!
Our 3rd trip was to the Laigh Hills to do some geocaching and orienteering. It was great fun but we needed to have a lot of energy to run around finding the geocache objects and the controls. We loved that we also got to have time playing in the play park.