To conclude our short magnetism topic we shared all our new learning:
“The stronger & bigger a magnet, the more it can attract.”
“Magnets can move iron.”
“Huge magnets on cranes are used in junk yards.”
“Magnets stick to some metals like iron and steel.”
“Magnets give off a force.”
“The same poles can’t attract… they repel.”
“South pole can only attract the north.”
We then applied this new knowledge and worked collaboratively to create our own magnetism board games for others to play.
Making our own, fun board games was a great way to conclude our magnetism topic and we are now looking forward to learning all about castles in our next topic.
Share-a-text in P3c
Today we started share-a text again for this term and enjoyed seeing and listening to different types of text brought in by pupils.
This weeks learning in p3b!
On Wednesday, Primary 3B were learning to use a Thesaurus. We got some words we use a lot and then we used the Thesaurus to find better words to use instead! Those better words were used in our imaginative writing to make it more exciting and interesting to read. Yesterday we were also testing different [...]
Mixing skin tones of Primary 3a!
During expressive arts this week, Primary 3a have been sketching their learning partners, studying how to draw a face, and painting each other, focusing on skin tones!
P3C have been experimenting with magnets to learn about their properties. We have learned the meaning of new words such as poles, attract and repel.