Yesterday lunchtime we got a package delivered to the Purple Unit. It was addressed to P3M and the children were very excited to see what was inside! This is what it was…
As you can imagine the children were very excited to get going and worked very hard in their groups to get the task started. They have then spent today working together on their advertisements. Wall-E has been very impressed with how well they have communicated, shared ideas and listened to one another in their groups. Keep trying your best 3M!
The children were very excited to go to Techfest on Friday 31st August. We were lucky to go to 3 different workshops throughout the day.
Workshop 1 – From Plant to Plate with Duthie Park Ranger
The children were learning about how all food starts with a plant and they helped create different food chains. They then got to plant their own lettuce plant. I hope they are growing well at home!
Workshop 2 – K’Nex Under the Sea with Subsea 7
The children experienced how people are able to go under the sea in different equipment and scuba gear. They then looked at a real ROV and how they can help do some of the work under the sea as well. In groups, the children then made their own mini ROV with K’Nex.
Workshop 3 – Fun with Forces with the Aberdeen Science Centre
The children got to see and participate with different forces using equipment like balloons, coke cans and magnets.
I think its fair to say that the children had a great time and learned a lot from the different workshops. A big thank you to the parents that came along and to the others that offered to help.
Hello and welcome to P3M’s class blog. Here you will find out some of the learning the children have been doing in class and any information that you may need.
Timetable for Term 1
Mondays – Assembly, P.E. with Miss Macrae singing with Miss Hamilton, homework due
Wednesdays – Mrs Cox, homework set
Thursdays – P.E. with Miss Macrae, library
Fridays – Big Maths Beat That!, Golden Time
Please could children take their reading folders to school everyday. Thank you to everyone who has taken a P.E. kit, a box of tissues and a wet weather job to school already.
I look forward to sharing lots of things on the blog. Please feel free to add comments or get in touch if you have any questions or concerns.