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November 9, 2018
by Andrew McMillan
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P2B Class Bog Friday 9th November 2018

This week in our writing Miss Murchie’s group were describing what we did on a trip to space. We used WOW words to describe what we could see, smell, touch, taste and hear.  Mr. McMillan’s writing group used WOW words to describe what we could see, hear, smell and touch.  We used pictures to help us imagine what we would experience.

In science we have been learning about senses. We have 5 senses, they are; smell, taste, sight, touch and hear.  This week we took a close look at the eye.  We learnt what the different parts of the eye are called and what they do.  Then we had different activities where we had to use our eye to solve the puzzles and find the answer.

In P.E we have been learning football skills. This week we worked on our dribbling and control skills and passing skills.  We used the inside of our feet to pass and dribble the ball and we used the bottom of our foot to control and stop the ball.

In maths the squares have been using right angles to follow directions. This week we have been following directions using a map and writing directions.  The triangles have been doing calculations to find the missing number.  The hexagons have been using money and have been making amounts with the coins.  We have been calculating how much change we should get after buying something.  The circles have been calculating numbers to 12.

We have started a new topic about our bodies and how to keep them healthy. This week we looked at the Eatwell plate and learnt about the different types of foods and how they keep our bodies healthy.

In French we have been learning about the names of colours and how to pronounce them.

October 26, 2018
by Andrew McMillan
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P2B Class Blog Friday 26th October 2018

Next week will be our class assembly. We have been working very hard this week, practising our words and song.  We hope to see you next Friday at our assembly.

We have been learning a new skill in reading; skimming. Skimming is when you use clues (like the pictures, heading and key words) to find out the meaning of the text.

We have been doing football in P.E. We developed our foot control skills when dribbling the ball.

In ICT with Mrs. Fry we drew a picture of a house.

In maths, the squares have been learning about right-angles and finding right-angles in our environment, the hexagons have been learning about money, the triangles have been learning about shapes and patterns and the circles have been learning calculations and adding numbers.

October 5, 2018
by Mrs Allan
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Art and maths

 

As part of our work on Houses and Homes we created some paintings. We made a silhouette of different types of houses and tinted the paint to make the sky.

 

 

After sitting so well at Assembly, we had some active mental maths.  We flossed, dabbed, jogged and jumped to show the answers.

 

This week we have also worked on subtraction and linking addition facts and beginning to work on money.

 

You’ll be able to see our wonderful work in our jotters that some home today (Friday 5th October).

September 28, 2018
by Andrew McMillan
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P2B Class Blog

In science we have been creating waterproof and windproof houses. We tested them by putting a sponge inside and then blowing on them with a hairdryer and a splashing water on them with a water spray to see if they worked.

We have been practicing throwing and catching in P.E with Mr. McMillan and Miss Murchie, we did lots of different throwing and catching games. With Mr Judge we played some movement games out in the MUGA.

We have been doing lots of predicting this week. Predicting is when you take a guess and you use the information you have to make it accurate.

We created road safety posters in writing which were for a competition. We had to include; bright colourful pictures, a slogan, neat writing and a clear message about road safety.

For our social studies topic ‘Houses and Homes’ we created our own floor plan for a house. We had to fit rooms, like a jigsaw in to the house and had to make sure people living in the house could move from room to room.

In maths we have been; measuring distance, finding the missing number, adding, and making patterns with 2D shapes.

September 28, 2018
by Mrs Allan
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Maths, predicting and house building in P2a

 

 

This week we took some maths out into our garden before it got too wet!

“Mrs Allan hid the answers to the maths outside.” (J.B)    “It was a scavenger hunt.” (A.D)  “It spelled out SUM HUNT” (K.F) “It was really fun.” (J.F)

“We were measuring the hut in metres and centimetres” (A.T) “We measured how long it was” (J.R)

 

We have also been using our predicting skills by watching films, looking at pictures and reading stories.

 

In Social Studies, we have been pretending to be house builders by making a plan. “We were sticking in paper to make the front of a house”. Some of thought it was harder than it looks to fit all the bits in…

September 28, 2018
by Mrs Allan
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In our own words… 7 September 2018

Our learning this week has been “exciting”, “fun” and “hard”!

 

We have been learning about sequencing. It’s when you put stuff in order. (O.B)

We have been learning about different types of houses (M.M)

We have been doing Science.  We are going to try and make a lighthouse out of metal and Lego to keep the man dry. (J.R)

We have been learning about odd and even numbers.  It was fun. (G.B)

We have been learning about helpful and unhelpful thinking things. (K.F)

 

September 7, 2018
by Andrew McMillan
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Another busy week in Primary 2

In P.E. we were playing games to learn how to travel. – Ethan and Kerr

During our writing lesson we were learning to write an imaginative story about a house and describing it using our 5 senses. – Harley

In Maths, the Hexagons group were learning about 0dd and even numbers up to 100. – Jamie

The Squares group have been learning to find the missing number in a calculation and learning to change addition to subtraction calculations using a number line and pegs to help. – Ava

The Triangles group were using number fans to do mental maths with addition and subtraction to 10. – Sophie W

The Circles group were learning to make symmetrical shapes and patterns.

In Literacy we were learning to sequence the story using our storyworld book, into the start, middle and the end. We used the page numbers to help us. – Arjun

On Friday we were learning to count up to 10 in French by playing some games. – Ace

On Friday we were also learning about halves. We had to sort shapes into half and not half. – Evie

 

 

 

 

August 31, 2018
by Mrs Allan
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Hello from Primary 2a!

We have settled into our new classroom and we are all enjoying learning new things in Primary 2a.

 

This term, we will be looking at houses and homes.  We have learned about different types of houses in Newton Mearns and other homes like teepees and castles!

 

As you can see in PE, we have been developing our balancing skills and jumping to make different shapes.

 

In Expressive Arts, we tried playing percussion loudly and quietly while watching a film clip of a thunderstorm. Playing quietly sounded like raindrops and we played loudly to sound like thunderclaps. (John)

August 31, 2018
by Andrew McMillan
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Primary 2b’s Learning

We learned to sequence different stories. – Ethan

Sequencing is when we split up bits of the story into the start, middle and the end. – Kerr

In Social Studies we were learning about different types of houses and matching the names and descriptions of the houses to the pictures. – Ismail

In P.E. we were learning to practise our catching and throwing skills with a partner. – Ava

In French we were practising our numbers with number fans and playing French Musical Bumps. – Sophie B

In Art we made a collage. We were all making different designs on our collages. – Cormac

A collage is when you use different materials and make a picture with it. – Evie

In Music we were using different instruments to make quieter and louder sounds.  We learned that this is called dynamics. – Arjun

In Maths, some groups have been finding out missing numbers to complete an addition calculation. – Finn

June 27, 2018
by Miss Amin
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Goodbye Primary 1c!

What a fantastic year it has been for Primary 1c! Every single person has grown so much throughout the year not just through their education but personally too! We have grown in confidence and believe we can achieve anything we want if we try our best!

Have a wonderful summer holiday Primary 1! I cannot wait to see you all back when you are in Primary 2.

Take care, have lots of fun and be safe!

Lots of love

Miss Amin 🙂

       

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