These are some of the SOLO verbs that we have been learning about in our classroom programme.
Mrs Isaacson has been helping us learn about SOLO in a fun and challenging way.
Firstly, we had to go through the words so we understood what they meant. Then we applied the words to a learning task.
Mrs Isaacson set up stations around the room and we were able to choose which one we wanted to work at. We had a go at the activity on each station and discussed the questions on the cards.
Sometimes we used the questions to stimulate curiosity.
Kritnesh made a turtle out of some maths equipment. Mrs Isaacson challenged him with - “Is it possible to build another turtle, similar size but a different shape?” He completed this challenge very quickly.
I like to create turtles, they are very easy to make - Kritnesh.
Kritnesh was using the SOLO word, create, when talking about his turtle. Well done Kritnesh.
I drew Tigry from Robloxs Piggy. I like drawing these types of characters because I like shading and making them look realistic - Jovarn
I only like drawing things that don’t have 4 legs because I can’t get the scale right. But I am practising - Daisy
Keanu and I were comparing how well our cars would drift around the track - Cole
We had different cars and they would drift differently around the track - Keanu
SOLO Cole and Keanu
Let's get physical station:
This exercise is good for your core muscles - Ahnika
This exercise is good for your balance and thighs, which helps you get stronger so you can do other things better - Ciana
This exercise helped make my muscles stronger so then I can be better at motocross - Maz
This exercise builds strength and helps with your core muscles. It builds muscles in your shoulders too. You have to really focus - Sol
Next steps: To use some of the other SOLO verbs in creative challenges. To invent some challenges of our own.
Keywords: SOLO, challenges, lego, drawing, physical