# Pupil of the Week

Our P3 Pupil of the Week this week is:

### Oskar

For working diligently across all subject areas. He has made particular progress with his understanding of money during Maths!

Well done Oskar! Keep up the great work! We are all very proud of you!

# Our Work This Week

Primary 3 pupils have been working hard again this week. We have continued learning about food and health inTopic. We have also been trying to work cooperatively. Today we worked in small groups to rank school subjects in order of importance.

# CLIC Targets

CLIC Targets for the week 14/06/2021:

C – Squiggleworth (Step 1): I can partition a 2 digit number.
For example 24 = 20 and 4

L – Review of 2x, 5x and 10x tables.

I – Fact Families (Step 3): I know the Fact Family when given a single addition fact.
For example 23 + 32 = 55. 32 + 23 = 55, 55 – 23 = 32 and 55 – 32 = 23.

C – Subtraction (Step 18): I can solve any 2 digit – 1 digit.
Remember to find the starting number, count back the right amount and see where you have landed.

You can practise these targets each day.

# Pupil of the Week

Our P3 Pupil of the Week this week is:

### Gabriela

For being such a kind and considerate friend. She has also made a huge effort to improve her Maths skills!

Well done Gabriela! Keep up the great work! We are all very proud of you!

# Our Work This Week

We had a great time creating our own breakfast food surveys. We have been learning about the different food groups and today we focused on grains.

# CLIC Targets

CLIC Targets for the week 07/06/2021:

C – Reading Numbers (Step 6): I can read 3 digit numbers.

L – Review of 2x, 5x and 10x tables.

I – Coin Multiplication (Step 2): I can complete a 1, 2, 5, 10 card.
Remember to find 10 lots first, double 1 lot to find 2 lots and halve 10 lots to find 5 lots.
For example 32 x 1 = 32, 32 x 2 = 64, 32 x 5 = 160 and 32 x 10 = 320. I have attached a link below to help you but please remember that we are only using the x1, 2, 5 and 10 calculations.

C – Addition (Step 18): I can add a 2 digit tens number to another one.
Remember to use your Learn Its to find how many tens altogether and turn your tens total back into a number.
For example 20 + 60 = 2 tens + 6 tens = 8 tens = 80

You can practise these targets each day.

# Pupil of the Week

Our P3 Pupil of the Week this week is:

### Charlie

For making a huge effort to behave responsibly both in the classroom and outside. He has been trying hard to cooperate and get along with others!

Well done Charlie! Keep up the great work! We are all very proud of you!

# Our Work This Week

The highlight of our week has been our Outdoor Learning session with Mr Millar. We thoroughly enjoyed all of the activities that were available!

# CLIC Targets

CLIC Targets for the week 31/05/2021:

C – Count Fourways: I can count in ¼s.

L – Review of 2x, 5x and 10x tables.

I – Coin Multiplication (Step 1): I can complete a 1, 10 card.
For example 32 x 1 = 32 and 32 x 10 = 320. I have attached a video link to help you but please remember that we are only doing the x1 and 10 calculations.

C – Division (Step 14): I can solve a division number sentence with objects.
Remember to set out the correct number in the starting pile. Know what size of smaller pile you are making. Then pull out smaller piles until the starting pile has all gone. Finally, count how many ‘lots of…’ there were.

You can practise these targets each day.