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Holiday Homework 2019

We’ve had some interesting Holiday Homework in this week: we’ve had stories about holidays, sticker books, Banagrams, Orangutans and this stop animation above.

Happy New Year!

Traditional Singing

Last Thursday P4-7 performed for parents for half an hour with Katie and Darcy, who have been teaching them traditional songs for the past 12 weeks. Thanks to all who attended.

P4-7 Animal Prints

Mrs Mann has worked with P4-7 to produce these vibrant, Andy Warhol inspired prints:

Thanks to the P7s who took the pictures.

2018 Calendar

Last month we made our own 2018 calendars and wrote some resolutions and targets for the following year where we have to complete them by the end of the year.

Mr Mac’s Last Day

It’s Mr Mac’s last day and we wished him good luck.

 

The little class had all written good luck messages, which they read for Mr McIntyre.

Following that, the big class sang a song that they have learned as part of their Lochinvar Project.

Next the big class all performed a poem they wrote called: D’ ye mind ae Mr Mac?

Finally, Mr McIntyre gave a speech and said farewell.

Good luck Mr Mac and all the best!

From all at Brydekirk Primary

Lochinvar Recital

Here’s a video showing some of our Border Reivers topic work:  our Lochinvar Tapestry accompanied by Daniel in P4-7 reciting the poem by Sir Walter Scott.

Holiday Homework

Here are some ideas for Holiday Homework for the next two weeks:

  • Science experiment (ask for permission first!)
  • Art work
  • Keep a diary of what you do in the holidays (if you take a special jotter, 5 page minimum)
  • Make a movie
  • Shark Fact File
  • Build a bridge
  • Learn a tune on the tin whistle
  • Design or weave or embroider a pattern
  • Random jazz (something about anything, anything about something)
  • iXL challenge (blue gem for every 100 hundred questions)

French: self introduction, days of the week and months.

The librarian’s have set a story writing competition for over the break: the story should be over 50 words and for the P1s they can draw a story.

The P7s can enter the Operation Safety logo design competition.

Finally, of course you can do none of the above and get on with life.

Have a great break,

Mr A

Holiday Homework

What a term it’s been at Brydekirk and we are all ready for a break before the final term.

Here are some ideas for holiday homework, that P5-7 came up with, for anyone interested or at a loose end:

  • Mini Science Project
  • Take RME Values lessons and do another example
  • work on the iXL challenge
  • write a newspaper article
  • make a presentation
  • make a piece of art
  • write your own verse’s of Claire’s “Oh Aye!” song
  • practice Duolingo
  • do something about anything
  • or anything about something

Have a good holiday!

Mr A

More Nonsense

More nonsense, from the other group last term

A Spot of Nonsense

This was made by one half of P5-7 and was one of the Nonsense poems learned off by heart last term. Hannah was accidentally missed from the credits!




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