Teachers from various schools in Plettenberg Bay joined together to participate in Six Bricks Training! Great fun!
Students from Aros University, in Pretoria, participated in Six Bricks sessions to experience hands-on learning.
Blair Atholl Farm School was award the first prize in the AKTV Handevat project. To celebrate this win, Blair Atholl showcased their classes and learners. Six Bricks is an integral part of everyday teaching and learning.
A visit to the Green and Blue class today revealed how the children are using Six Bricks to develop position in space and 3D concepts. The children also played with patterning - how to build and continue a pattern.
Twenty-one Foundation Phase teachers from Khululekani Primary School attended a refresher course in Six Bricks. The teachers have been using the bricks in their classrooms and are eager to implement new ideas.
Witkoppen Primary School have introduce Gr R to 3 learners to Six Bricks. The children are having fun exploring what they can do with these bricks.
Learners from Blair Atholl Primary School were eager to show what they could do with the Six Bricks.
The Level 2 Play Box training is a 3-hour workshop delving even deeper into what can be designed and learned using the DUPLO Play Box elements. During this workshop, links are made to curriculum integration.
Level 1 Play Box training is a 2-hour workshop which helps participants find out the possibilities and creative opportunities available when playing with DUPLO elements.
Witkoppen Foundation Phase teachers participated in the initial training for Six Bricks. They will be completing daily activities with their children, encouraging learning through play.